Trump campaign aide tried to set up meetings with Putin, more CEOs leave White House council over Charlottesville, North Korea pauses on Guam strike, and more.
We had a chat with Nadya Tolokonnikova about her series of projections aimed at world leaders.
The anti-Putin, feminist punk rock band has released a video calling out the Russian government for its rampant corruption.
"We are planning to release a lot of disturbing videos next year, we hope that you will not like them."
"Politics, after all, isn't just Bushes and Clintons but also Harvey Milks and Hunter S. Thompsons."
She was dragged away after trying to sew "PRISON CAMP RUSSIA" onto a Russian flag in Bolotnaya Square.
Starting today we'll be releasing footage from each of the sets, beginning with Pussy Riot's cover of Le Tigre's "Deceptacon" and Jarvis Cocker's rousing rendition of "The Power of Love."