Explosions were reported in several districts of Moscow and outlying regions of the city Tuesday as Russia launched a pre-dawn air raid on Ukraine's capital Tuesday that killed at least one person.
Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Animal rights activist Alicia Day says she routinely walks her farm animals in public to encourage people to think twice about eating meat. Why she chose to do so in the center of Moscow isn't clear.
Daria Dugina was driving a Toyota Land Cruiser in the outskirts of Moscow when the blast happened. Several of her father's allies say he was the likely target.
NPR's Scott Simon wonders whether the robots are turning on us.
The city is preparing to retrain some workers and give temporary public works jobs to thousands more as a growing number of Western companies distance themselves from Russia.
Vladimir Kara-Murza was sentenced to 15 days in jail for disobeying police orders on Tuesday, the day after his arrest. The opposition leader has been speaking out against Russia's war in Ukraine.
It was the latest in a series of acts of intimidation in Russia aimed at journalists and critics of the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine.
Global companies are exiting Russia after the country's invasion of Ukraine. For some observers, it marks the return of Russia to a time when it was closed off from the global economy.
Celebrities and other public figures joined people in dozens of cities in condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov accused Western allies of continuously pushing the envelope in relations with Russia.
Military experts say Russia would face stronger resistance from Ukraine than it did when it annexed the Crimean Peninsula seven years ago
Alexei Navalny was arrested when he returned to Russia after recovering from poisoning, which he blames on Russia's president. He says the accusations against him are politically motivated.
The fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of Azerbaijanis and Armenians who call Russia home.
A Russian satellite hatched from another satellite fired a projectile last week that American military officials say is meant to take out other satellites. Moscow says it's an inspection tool.