By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
Russia’s “window to the West” has been all but boarded up and not just because of the sanctions.
By Ryan Chilcote
An explosion on a train at a St. Petersburg, Russia, subway station killed at least 14 people and injured dozens on Monday afternoon.
By News Desk
Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in St. Petersburg Tuesday, a step toward mending ties ruptured last year when Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near Syria’s border. Judy Woodruff discusses the turmoil in Turkey with…
By PBS NewsHour
This week, an investigation of five Florida elementary schools in low-income, predominantly black neighborhoods of St. Petersburg labeled the schools 'failure factories,' partially blaming racial re-segregation over the past eight years. Tampa Bay Times reporter Michael LaForgia joins Hari Sreenivasan…
Obama Continues Pursuit for Global Support of U.S. Military Strikes in Syria…
President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladmir Putin met and shook hands at the G-20 summit in St. Petersburg, putting tension between the two nations over Syria in the spotlight. Jeffrey Brown reports on the status of U.S.-Russian diplomacy plus…
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