On John Oliver’s new show on HBO, “Last Week Tonight,” he covers the Eurovision Song Contest and Crimea.
Russian President Putin just banned Obama’s gay donors from entering Russia (as if they’d want to).
Today was May Day, the international workers’ day. And some brave protesters decided to make a statement.
Some say that eastern Europe thinks the year is 1938, while western Europe thinks it’s 1914.
Snowden claims he intended to spark a national dialogue in Russia about that country’s domestic spying. Seriously.
Sec. Kerry: “It’s not just intolerable, it’s grotesque.”
New HIV infections in Russia are out of control, and Kremlin shows little interest in seriously addressing them.
I don’t want to see anyone killed. But at this point, peace is going to lead to one guaranteed casualty: Ukraine.
The petition was posted to show how “dangerous” free speech is. Seriously.
“Putin claims to have ownership” of “significant parts of Georgia, Ukraine, Belarus, Baltic States and Finland.”
Russia’s bizarre theory came 2 days after China embarrassed Russia by abstaining on a Crimea resolution at the UN.
“What we are now witnessing is the behavior of a politician who has clearly lost his mind.”
Paul McCartney: “They like us out there, even though the bosses in the Kremlin may not. The kids from there do.”