What Do You Do When Someone Steals Your Revolution?
END OF THE RAINBOW
How Russia Drove Crimea’s LGBT Community Underground
Publicity about a young gay man tortured in Russian-annexed Crimea has focused attention on a rapidly dwindling LGBT community.
Trump’s Confusion Spells Life or Death in Ukraine
Ukraine needs desperately to know that Washington is on its side, as it's been promised in the past. Will the United States of Trump remain a reliable ally?
How That Faked Murder Exposed Russia’s Gangsters and Spies
There are still questions about whether the sting operation that ‘killed’ Arkady Babchenko really helped catch criminals. But it attracted attention to a dangerous mob connection.
Un-Dead Reporter Wanted to Catch Putin Hit Teams
A photo of Arkady Babchenko dead in a pool of blood shocked the world. But it was phony. He was working with the security service to nab terrorists. Okay. Where are they?
DEALS DEALS DEALS
Michael Cohen’s ‘Peace Plan’ Pal Speaks
After Trump’s election, all sides in Ukraine tried using his lawyer to influence the new president. The special counsel needs to know a lot more about what they were up to.
Putin Critic Fakes His Own Death to Catch Assassin
The famous war reporter received many death threats from Russian officials and Russian-backed rebels. Finally he and police acted to catch a killer—but first fooled the world.
Oligarch Who Met Cohen Flees the Press at Putin’s Summit
The gathering of a few world leaders and a lot of businessmen, including big names from America, often seemed surreal—not for what was said, but for all that went unspoken.