Seven highlights from the Russian president’s annual, and highly stage-managed, question-and-answer session.
Negotiations over a new government seem near to conclusion after the resignation of Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk.
The Kremlin has taken a leading role in efforts to end the worst violence in the Nagorno-Karabakh region since 1994.
Its recession is likely to be more severe than was originally predicted, according to the World Bank, thanks to plummeting oil prices and sanctions.
Reports allege that cellist Sergei Roldugin and property agent Grigory Baevsky are informal fixers for Russian President Vladimir Putin, running shadowy financial schemes.
The documents released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists Sunday allegedly show close associates of Vladimir Putin channeled $2 billion through a series of shell companies.
Officials and state-owned media were silent Monday on the money-laundering allegations against President Vladimir Putin and others contained in the Panama Papers.
A group of Russian activists are pushing for the U.K. government to change the rules on anonymous ownership of real estate.
Explosions on consecutive days in the southern Russian region of Dagestan, reportedly claimed by the Islamic State group, killed a police officer and injured several.
Russian Special Forces and aircraft remain heavily engaged in fighting alongside troops loyal to the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
The seizure of the Unesco World Heritage site from Islamic State fighters by Syrian troops, backed by Russian jets and ground troops, has been feted in Russia.
Russian emigration has created a vibrant Russian community in London that is also a center of opposition to the Kremlin.
A Russian court convicted Nadezhda Savchenko of murdering two Russian journalists and gave her 22 years. Ukraine says she was framed.
More than 3 million Russians became indigent in 2015, official statistics showed Monday, as the country deals with the oil slump and Western sanctions.
Vladimir Putin's sudden withdrawal from Syria suggests the bombing campaign was about chasing international prestige more than anything else.
The deputy head of Russia’s Culture Ministry was reported arrested Tuesday as part of a new investigation into alleged malfeasance.
Scenes of jubilation Tuesday greeted Russian pilots on their return from Syria in Russia when they arrived at their air bases.
State-owned TV and officials portrayed the troop withdrawal as a testament to an effective bombing campaign.
Russia’s economic problems, fueled by low oil prices and Western sanctions, are causing misery as well as some new opportunities in the country’s mid-sized manufacturing towns.
Nadezhda Savchenko, the female Ukrainian pilot held in a Russian jail, has started to drink water on the personal request of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.