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Ivanov Adjusting to Life in the Fast Lane

This weekend motorcycle racer Vladimir Ivanov will try to notch his first win on the Supersport World Championship in Assen, the Netherlands.

New Thinking Needed

In recent years, speculation has swirled ahead of President Vladimir Putin's annual state-of-the-nation addresses that the main thrust of the speech would be about foreign affairs.

In the End, Yeltsin Went the Way of Freedom

Boris Yeltsin lived and died a free man.

A Clear Sign the Treaties are Obsolete

President Vladimir Putin's announcement on Thursday that Russia would suspend its obligations under the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe and might actually withdraw from the agreement should have come as no surprise.

Medicine Trials, Traffic Jams and Grandfather Yeltsin

In response to ""Drug Tests Prompt Inquiry in Volgograd"" by David Nowak and Svetlana Osadchuk on March 2 and ""3 Doctors Charged In Vaccine Scandal"" by David Nowak on April 3.In response to ""Gridlock Is Costing Moscow Dearly"" by Tai Adelaja on April 12 and ""Traffic Makes It Hard to Have a Social Life"" by David Nowak on April 17.In response to ""Boris Yeltsin Dies of Heart Failure"" by Simon Saradzhyan on April 24.

Both Creator And Creation Of a System

It is a measure of his legacy that Boris Yeltsin, a Communist Party apparatchik until the age of 60, was buried with full Christian rites last week.

Hollywood's Point Man Jack Valenti Passes Away

Jack Valenti was not just Hollywood's top lobbyist. He was one of its biggest stars.

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