Russians face a difficult start to 2016 as inflated food prices and stagnant salaries guarantee a challenge to make ends meet.
One year after Crimea, the economy is doing badly and there's a war next door — but Muscovites stand enthusiastically behind the president.
Marchers blame Kremlin for the shooting death of the opposition leader.
Vladimir Putin's opponents, shocked by the murder of Boris Nemtsov, prepare for a major rally Sunday in Moscow.
Most Russians aren't exposed to the economic woes stemming from the ruble's collapse, but some say they are hit hard.
Russian supermarkets won't be overflowing with European products for much longer. Yet, at multinationals like McDonald's, Big Macs will thrive.