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- Opinion Brief: Vladimir Putin's flight with migratory birds: Has he become a laughingstock?
- By the numbers: Vladimir Putin's insane riches: By the numbers
- Cartoon View: Cutting the music
- Analysis: All-girl punk band sentenced to two years in Russian jail: Too harsh?
- Instant Guide: The greatest threat to Putin's rule: A feminist punk band?
- Burning Question: Is it time for Russia to finally bury Lenin?
- The Bullpen: Why America shouldn't panic over Putin
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- Instant Guide: Who is 'America's new sexy spy' Anna Fermanova?
- Opinion Brief: 'Salt': Anna Chapman, the movie?
- Cartoon View: Anna Chapman's pinup moment
- Best Column: Spy swap: The wrong message?
- Winners and Losers: U.S.-Russia spy swap: Winners and losers
- Fact Sheet: What happens to the Russian spies' kids?
- Reader Poll: What's your opinion on the alleged Russian spies?
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Russians are outraged over alleged voter fraud. But the country's longtime leader still has plenty of ways to maintain control
After sitting out a term in deference to Russia's constitution, Vladimir Putin plans to return to the presidency next year — and could stay there until 2024
The U.S. has strongly criticized the guilty verdict handed to jailed oil billionaire Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Was the Russian prime minister controlling his "Kafkaesque" trial?
The Russian leader belted out the old standard at a charity gala event — and his crooning quickly became a viral-video sensation
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