Obama's Russia Trip Ends

President Obama rushed through a packed schedule at the Russia Summit on Tuesday, marking another productive day, as he delivered a graduation speech at the New Economic School, met with members of Russian non-profit groups, and spent time with political opposition leaders, like chess champion Garry Kasparov. The president has now retired for the night, USA Today reports, and when he wakes early tomorrow morning, he'll head to the G8 summit in Italy—and the Russia visit will head into the history books. And it's likely to be a positive account: his visit—during which he accomplished a reduction in nuclear arms stockpiles and a compromise on Afghanistan--has received largely positive reviews.