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United Russia Official Tabbed for Microchip Implant Experiment
The future is here, and it’s less than 4,000 kilometers east of Moscow.
Russians Split in Attitudes to Ruling United Russia Party, Poll Says
47 percent of Russians have a positive view of the ruling party against 44 percent who have a negative view according to Levada.
Russian Ruling Party Official Shoots Neighbor Over Driveway Dispute
The deputy reportedly shot and wounded his neighbor, a fellow United Russia party member, in the elbow with an airgun.
42% of Russians Say No Existing Political Party Represents Their Interests — Poll
Only 23 percent of respondents said that the ruling United Party represented their interests.
10th Russian Governor Replaced Amid Falling Ratings for Ruling Party
Ten governors have now been replaced since Sept. 26, all but one of them facing tough re-election prospects next year.
Support for Russia’s Ruling Party Drops to 10-Year Lows, Poll Says
Only 31 percent of respondents said they would back United Russia if elections took place this Sunday.
Russia’s Ruling Party Approval Plummets Amid Retirement Age Hike
The ruling United Russia party has seen its approval rating fall to levels not seen since anti-Kremlin protests in 2011.
Lone United Russia Deputy Defies Leadership on Pension Vote, Refuses Calls to Resign
Natalya Poklonskaya cast the United Russia party’s sole dissenting ballot.
Former Russian Ruling Party Official Found Dead in Apparent Suicide
Yury Kotler, 50, was also a former journalist for Time magazine and The New York Times.
Ex-Governor Who Resigned Over Deadly Russian Mall Fire Appointed Regional Speaker
Tuleyev resigned after the March 25 Winter Cherry mall fire killed more than 60 people.
Kremlin Rejects 'Patriotic Upbringing' Bill Proposed by Ruling Party
The draft bill aimed to entrench patriotism as the basis for spiritual and moral values.
Russia’s Ruling Party 'Outraged' After Lawmaker Compares Journalists to Servants
The deputy told female journalists complaining of harassment to "tuck their tails between their legs a bit."
Putin to Spend the $7M Maximum Allowed on his Presidential Election Campaign
It's more than the funds of all of his competitors combined.
Why the Iran Protests Have Russia on Edge (Op-ed)
For the Kremlin, instability in Iran carries a widening range of existential threats.
Casting the Stars of the Kremlin’s Next Show: Elections 2018 (Op-ed)
Will Vladimir Putin run in the next presidential elections, and if he does, who will the Kremlin handpick to run against him?
Opposition May Benefit From ‘Crisis’ Hitting Russian Political Parties
Russian political parties have been in a state of deepening crisis since parliamentary elections in 2016
United Russia Party Sees Approval Ratings Rise
The number of Russians who would vote for United Russia in parliamentary elections increased from 55 to 63 percent compared to June 2016
United Russia Accuses U.S. Media of Meddling in 2016 Duma Elections
The United Russia ruling party presented a report on Friday about U.S. media's alleged attempt to influence Russia’s domestic affairs, including the...
Putin’s United Russia Signs Cooperation Agreement With Far-Right Austrian Party
Russia’s ruling United Russia Party has signed an agreement on cooperation with Austria’s right-wing Freedom Party.
Former Pro-Kremlin Internet Troll Nominated for Top Spot in Ruling Political Party
United Russia Chairman Dmitry Medvedev has nominated Duma deputy Vladimir Burmatov to lead the political party’s central executive committee.
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