Articles by Julia Shargorodska

U.S. Interngate Doesn't Faze Russia

Paper in Bashkortostan Fights to Keep Printing

Ex-Acting Prosecutor General Released From Prison

Berezovsky Hurt in Fall

Audit Points To Abuses By Federal Broadcaster

Rights Group Slams Kobets Investigation

New Set of State Awards Unveiled

Moscow Sets Out to Clean Up River of Woe

Group Says Journalists' Protection Inadequate

Embattled Judges Get New Line Of Defense

Ministry Tries to Close Provincial Newspaper

Populist Sweeps Chuvashia Election

Metro Construction Site Blast Kills One

City Hunts For Tax Police Attackers

2 Held in Gruesome Park Slayings

Deputy's Hobby Becomes Exhibition

Children's Hospital Scrambles for Cash

Biting Cold Snaps 115-Year-Old Record

Russia Ready For Holiday Weekend

Serial Killer Stalks Moscow Forest Park

Scientists Begin Studying Unidentified Royal Bones

Nureyev Dances Again in Exhibition

Moscow Snow Snarls Streets, Angers Drivers

67 Feared Dead in Siberian Mine Blast

Weekend Brawling Kills 4

Egypt Killings May Scare Away Russians

Moscow Suspends Increase In Household Energy Prices

Jewish Group's Registration Delayed

TV-6 Strikes News Deal

Russia's TV-6 is stepping up the news coverage it says is vital to building its identity, announcing Thursday a deal to contract with news-provider Television News Service, or TNS, to broadcast its first half-hour news program.

TV-6 Strikes News Deal