Anchor Lisa Mullins talks to Russian rock critic and social commentator Artemy Troitsky, who's being sued by a popular musician who says Troitsky slandered him by calling him "a trained poodle" for a figure in President Dmitry Medvedev's government.
The Russian government fired back at economic sanctions by banning food imports from the Western countries who imposed the penalties. But some Russians worry less about the return of bread lines and more about dry liquor cabinets.
Vladimir Putin is almost certain to become Russia's President once again. But as The World's Laura Lynch reports, there is growing disillusionment with Putin over his perceived corruption and abuse of authority.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is seen as a sportsman, a hunter, an athlete, a ï¿½manly man.' But what about Russian President Dmitry Medvedev? Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow on the very different public images of Russia's leaders.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is in Moscow to see Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets details from New York Times reporter Michael Schwirtz, who says the California governor hopes to help US businessmen connect with Russian innovators.