Yeltsin plans to return to work Monday, he tells TV audience Eight weeks after surgery, president looks healthy as he warns backsliders
FBI affidavit portrays life of agent who lost his way Ex-Russian diplomat aids U.S. investigators
Land of Tolstoy loves pulp fiction Crime: Just as crime was a hot topic for Tolstoy in the 19th century, so it is today. Only the best-sellers are not literary masterpieces but pulp fiction that appeals to criminals and police.
FBI agent arrested as Moscow spy Bureau says its sting with 'Russian' agents rekindled old career; Wife became suspicious; He allegedly received $224,000 over 5 years, went 'dormant' in '92
NATO expansion: a problem, not a solution
Balto. Co. senator lands drywall work in Russia Bromwell contract grew from controversial tours
Russians settle for no wages Workers: Russian trade unions have yet to make the transition from management to worker representative.
NATO and Russia Security charter: U.S. seeks to dampen Russian fears of alliance's eastward expansion.
New Lockheed rocket is Russian at heart Soviet-designed motor from '70s powers entry for Air Force contract; Aerospace
A world without nukes? Appeal for action: Former SAC commander revives call for abolition of nuclear weapons.
Pullout from Chechnya Defeat: As Russian troops are withdrawn, no final political settlement has been reached.
The coming Russian boom
The manager behind Yeltsin Aide: The Russian president's chief of staff is not particularly liked, even by his allies, but his power is widely respected.
Moscow's winter is delayed Weather: Rather than celebrating unusually mild temperatures and a lack of snow, many Muscovites worry about the prolonged autumn.
Back to the U.S.S.R. Belarus: After political compromise fails, president reinstitutes Soviet era symbols.
Russian violinist pursues his art and fame with vigor Artist performs locally to prepare for competitions
Ukraine's moment of truth
Md. man takes Word to Russia Missionary: A Carroll County man, his wife and 10 children are battling the language barrier and bureaucracy to turn Muscovites into Baptists.
Edison Denisov,67, a Russian composer denounced --...
For a start, we could stop giving the Russians bad advice
Russian spying game ongoing Espionage changes in Post-Cold War era; 'trust but verify'
Compromise in Belarus? Breathing room: Nuclear missiles are destroyed, a political confrontation may be over.
Why Clinton cannot lead the world now
Which came first, cockerel or the eggs? Review: Russian enamels exhibit shows this art form was much more than just the famous Faberge.
Another mole at the CIA? Nicholson case: Highest-ranking official ever accused of selling out to Moscow.
CIA security breach jeopardizes careers Agency's newest spies face limited prospects
Russian space program slipping out of orbit Crash of Mars probe tops troubled, post-Soviet list; U.S. help may be sought
Violist Bashmet is not shy about his gift
Career CIA employee is arrested in espionage probe Man accused of passing information to Russia
Resurgent KGB is winning back its old power in Russia Initials have changed, but methods are the same
Enamel glows at Walters Art: New show explores several centuries of Russian workmanship.
Groups get to see the Scythian Gold Exhibit: The stunning artifacts found in the Ukrainian steppes and Crimea are on display at the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Away for holidays Festivities: Here are some travel packages you might like to unwrap for Hanukkah, Christmas or New Year's.
Murder in Moscow Contract killing: U.S. businessman is riddled with bullets in wrangle over luxury hotel.
Yeltsin ends observance of 1917 Bolshevik uprising Revolution Day to be a day of reconciliation
Doctors call Yeltsin's surgery success full recovery predicted; Seven-hour operation involved more than expected 3 or 4 bypasses
Moscow's Wild West claims cowboy capitalist High-profile pioneer becomes 1st foreigner killed by contract
Secrecy surrounds Yeltsin surgery Eminent U.S. physician arrives for discussion of impending operation
Ailing Russia Worrisome statistics: More deaths than births; fewer people marry amid uncertainties.
Russians revive church weddings Nuptials: A Russian couple did an unusual thing for children of the Soviet era. They married in a church.
2 opposite types to be in charge of Russia With Yeltsin surgery, old-style apparatchik joins brilliant schemer
Political struggles restart in Kremlin Yeltsin, confined to bed, still provokes his foes
Bring Russia into NATO
A world of subtle differences Election: President Clinton has pre-empted many of Bob Dole's foreign policy issues. But the differences between them are still important.; CAMPAIGN 1996
A MUPPET IN MOSCOW
Test of loyalty Russian military: Will long-unpaid soldiers mutiny -- or simply take their guns and run?
Unpaid Russian army may go AWOL Military more likely to quit than stage coup
War without end in Afghanistan Conflict: A centuries-old history of wars continues into modern times as the world watches its latest battle.
Parents like au pair system Child care in home reassuring; foreigners get taste of U.S.
Rebuke to a Russian strongman Lebed's ouster: Yeltsin's infirmity is too big an invitation to others' ambitions.