Near Gorky Park, lies a grassy area full of statues of former Soviet leaders. After the fall of Communism, they're propped up again for all to see without explanations of their crimes. Jessica Golloher has the details from Moscow.
Russia' Communist party has produced a video that has gone viral. It is a spoof of a disaster film, describing the possible election of either of Russia's two leading candidates for president in 2012. Jessica Golloher reports.
Vladimir Putin is celebrating an anniversary today. The Russian prime minister has been at the top, or near the top, of the power pyramid in Russia for a decade. Jessica Golloher reports on Mr. Putin's successes and failures.
Reporter Jessica Golloher tells us about a new program in Russia aimed at getting Russians to turn in their gas-guzzlers for newer, more fuel-efficient vehicles. It's modelled on the US Cash for Clunkers program.
Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow on a lawsuit brought by Josef Stalin's grandson against a newspaper. The libel suit focuses on an article that described Stalin's actions leading to the deaths of millions of Soviet citizens.
Jessica Golloher reports from Moscow on how some Russians escape the winter blues with the help of zoo animals. Russia's long, cold and dark winters have been linked with high rates of depression and stress.
Russia is known for its beautiful women. Many have reached supermodel status. But there's another phenomenom in Russia: slim elegant beauties aging fairly quickly into plump babushkas. How does it happen? Reporter Jessica Golloher decided to find out.
Jessica Golloher reports on the uproar in Russia caused by a traffic incident in Moscow. It involved Russian police officers forcing motorists to park their cars across a highway to block a fleeing suspect.
At least 38 people have been killed after two female suicide bombers blew themselves up on Moscow Metro trains in the morning rush hour, officials say. The FSB said it was likely a group from the North Caucasus was responsible. Jessica Golloher reports.p
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.