FaceApp Isn't Creepy Because It's Russian, It's Creepy Because It's Capitalist
Instagram Users Are Flocking to This Beautiful Chemical Waste Dump in Siberia
A polluted lake in the Siberian town of Novosibirsk has become a popular Russian social media destination.
Dodgy Drug Charges Are Being Used to Silence Russia's Opposition
If you're a journalist or an activist in Russia, drugs can magically appear in your backpack.
What the Russian Media Thinks of HBO's 'Chernobyl'
"The producers probably think the audience are a bunch of illiterate, stupid idiots who won't ask any questions."
Russia Is Making Its Own 'Chernobyl' Blaming America for the Whole Thing
Their version is apparently based on a conspiracy theory that says the CIA did it.
'People Live Here': How Ukrainians Are Trying to Survive the War
Albert Lores' photos capture the lives of people who have been forced to paint messages on their doors to avoid being bombed.
Craig Mazin's Years-Long Obsession with Making 'Chernobyl' Terrifyingly Accurate
"We had a general standing philosophy from the beginning, which was: Accuracy is everything to us."
Sex, Lies and Offshore Vehicles: How Russia Became the Country It Is Today
As this extract from Oliver Bullough's book 'Moneyland' makes clear, it is remarkably easy to loot a country providing you are in charge of it.
Photos of an Illegal Mental Health Awareness March in Moscow
Campaigners of PsychoActive risked arrest to demonstrate against the lack of mental health support in Russia.
Portraits of Women Inside Russia’s Modern Gulags
"In jail they don't stop being mothers, sisters, teachers, loved ones, grandparents or simply cute girls."
How Russia Fell in Love with Candy Bars Made of Blood
Many Soviet children grew up loving the sweetness, texture, and slight metallic twang of Hematogen bars—without knowing what was in them.
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Trump Never Had Anything to Fear from an Insider Like Robert Mueller
We have effectively written white-collar crime and public corruption out of the US code.