If you’re among those who feel press coverage of Russia has an unhealthy fascination with all things Vladimir Putin, then enter artist Victoria Lomasko’s “Other Russias” to the rescue. Lomasko is out to capture Russian stories that most of us never see.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis accused Russia on Monday of attempting to influence the outcome of a referendum in Macedonia on changing the country's name that would open the way for it to join NATO and the European Union.
The Russian government has now adopted new amendments to an education bill that will make minority languages lessons in ethnic republics optional, and which limit their teaching to a maximum of two hours a week.
The US State Department said on Wednesday it would impose fresh sanctions by the month's end after determining that Moscow had used a nerve agent against a former Russian double agent, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter.
Today's answer is Grosvenor Square in Westminster, London. That's where the US Embassy in London is located, but not for long. It's up for sale. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from historian Thomas Naftali.
The World's Laura Lynch reports that Russia's creating a new professional hockey league to rival the American NHL. It's an attempt to keep Russia's hockey talent at home, and persuade some of the game's stars to leave North America.
Many of Russia's neighbors were alarmed by its war with Georgia this summer -- Ukraine especially so. Many Ukrainians fear their country could become Russia's next target. The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse reports from Kiev.
The BBC's Michael Voss reports from Havana on the significance of tomorrow's visit by Russian President Dimitry Medvedev. The close relationship between Havana and Moscow ended right along with the Cold War.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with cardiologist Bernard Lown. Dr. Lown won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985 for his work against nuclear proliferation. He's written a new book -- "Prescription for Survival: A Doctor's Journey to End Nuclear Madness."