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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Maria Alekhina
Russian punk band Pussy Riot ended their stay in the Olympic city of Sochi on Thursday by posting a video criticizing the Winter Games and President Vladimir Putin.
Cossack militia attacked Russia's Pussy Riot punk group with horsewhips on Wednesday as the artists - who have feuded with Vladimir Putin's government for years - tried to perform under a sign advertising the Sochi Olympics.
Some marvel at their brazen nerve. Others condemn the young women as anarchic and enemies of the state.
The politics got a little hotter. The slopes got a lot slushier.
Fast Five, Tuesday edition: Five things you'll want to know about the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Russian punk group Pussy Riot burst onto the Olympic scene Tuesday when two of its members were picked up by police in host city Sochi - and then ran away defiant down a rain-soaked street a few hours later, shouting and wearing their trademark garish balaclavas.
Two members of Russian punk band Pussy Riot say they may run for seats in this year's election for the Moscow city parliament.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has welcomed the Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot to City Hall.
Instead of singing, Madonna and Pussy Riot spoke with passion about human rights issues at a concert for Amnesty International.
U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power traded jibes with Russia's U.N. Ambassador Vitaly Churkin on Wednesday over her meeting with two members of the Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot who were recently freed from prison.
Americans who will be at the Winter Olympics should look beyond the facilities created for the games and take a hard look at the host country itself, two members of the Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot said Tuesday.
Two members of the punk band Pussy Riot are urging politicians attending the Winter Olympics to criticize human rights abuses in Russia.
Two members of the Russian punk rock band Pussy Riot who were recently released from prison will appear at an Amnesty International concert to be held in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Feb. 5.
Two jailed members of the Russian punk bank Pussy Riot were released Monday following an amnesty law that both described as a Kremlin public relations stunt ahead of the Winter Olympics.
Lawyers for three members of the feminist punk group Pussy Riot have contested their convictions in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
The two women detained for a few hours in Sochi, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alekhina, spent nearly two years in jail for their Pussy Riot activities, but some members contend they are no longer part of the group.