Meet the activist group that risks life and limb to keep them in line.
Much of Moscow's riverfront is a concrete barrier of roads, parking and industrial sites. Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has big plans to make it green.
Several Metro cars jumped their tracks Tuesday morning, killing 21 and injuring at least 160 people.
Yes, there are regional differences to the form, and the expressions captured in them.
Boycotts, a bear mascot, and a powerful head of state. Some things don't change.
And the death figures go down whenever the country's government cracks down on alcohol sales.
Stylish spots that intensely fashionable Muscovites will love.
It's just the latest screeching derailment in the slow-moving train wreck that is the 2014 Winter Olympics torch relay.
Capitalism, not in moderation.
Two designers have an inventive idea for how cities could transform snow removal.
How highway interchanges become beautiful color-coded open-source maps.
Thirty can win you one free subway ticket.
"We are losing lovely buildings, district cultural centers, and probably the perception of cinema as art."
The stations, built as a testament to Stalinism, offer marble walls, high ceilings, stained glass, mosaics and chandeliers.
Martin Adolfsson photographs upper-class subdivisions around the world without permission.
As revealed by a billion dots of color.
Opponents threw eggs, stinging nettles and urine at the protesters; at least 20 people were arrested.
Artist Matthew Picton evokes specific historical events or time periods with the art, text, even paper he chooses to use.