Putin Says Russia Doesn't Discriminate Against Gays, Cites Elton John Fans President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that Russia does not discriminate against gays and that millions of Russians love pop icon Elton John "despite his orientation", as he sought to defuse calls from gay rights activists to boycott the Winter Olympics. 01/19/2014 - 7:03 am | View Link
Putin: I do not discriminate against gay people, I give them prizes! “I work with these [gay] people, I sometimes award them with state prizes or decorations for their achievements in various fields,” Putin said in an interview with the Associated Press and Russia’s state Channel 1 television. “We have absolutely no ... 09/4/2013 - 1:11 am | View Link
Vladimir Putin: gay people are not discriminated against in Russia While Russian officials have reassured the International Olympic Committee that Russia will not discriminate against homosexual people during the Games in Sochi, which take place from 7-23 February next year, they have also said the law will be enforced. 09/3/2013 - 7:04 pm | View Link
Russia’s Putin Says No to Child Adoptions by Foreign Gay, Same-Sex Couples This, despite Mr Putin claiming Russia does not discriminate gay people or same-sex couples. "I think our legislation is very liberal in this way, and there is no discrimination, none at all," he said. The debate on whether Russian children for adoption ... 06/5/2013 - 2:37 am | View Link
Vladimir Putin Says Russia Does Not Discriminate Against Gays Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared in a press conference in Amsterdam on Monday and said that his country does not discriminate against gay people, Reuters reports: "In the Russian Federation – so that it is clear to everybody – there is no ... 04/8/2013 - 11:42 pm | View Link
Understanding and deterring Russia: U.S. policies and ... On February 10, Fiona Hill testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee on Russia's foreign policy and security challenges to the ... 07/18/2016 - 3:21 am | View Website
LGBT rights in Russia Russia has traditionally been socially conservative on LGBT rights, with 2013 polls indicating a large majority of Russians oppose legal recognition of same-sex ... 07/16/2016 - 10:29 pm | View Website
Putin Has Nuclear Economic Bomb-Jim Sinclair As it looks from Russia the new Cold War is not a very bad idea for us and for USA too. During the past Cold War our countries had made a big number of technical ... 07/16/2016 - 1:29 am | View Website
She Isn’t President Yet, But Russia Already Hates Hillary ... She Isn’t President Yet, But Russia Already Hates Hillary Clinton Vladimir Putin's Kremlin mouthpiece prefers Trump to alcoholic, bisexual 'Mrs. Satan' 06/17/2016 - 12:40 pm | View Website
Russia's 'patriotic' Putin cafe divides opinion The opening of a cafe devoted to Russian President Vladimir Putin has raised eyebrows over its use of Western leaders' images in the toilets. The appropriately named ... 04/7/2016 - 9:40 am | View Website
The Turkish military helicopter that landed in the Greek border city of Alexandroupolis just as an attempted coup was being quashed in Turkey has turned into one of the toughest diplomatic challenges to date for Greece's relatively inexperienced government.
The newspaper's attorney says Pike County Prosecutor Rob Junk has refused to allow a reporter to review the autopsy report and has not cited any applicable law to justify his refusal.
Authorities refuse to discuss details, possible suspects or motives, saying they don't want to jeopardize the investigation.
Walter Knestrick is a former chairman of the Tennessee Arts Commission who was a childhood friends with Grooms in Nashville, where they were both 1955 graduates of Hillsboro High School.
Grooms later moved to New York, where his gained international fame for his sculptures, paintings, installation art and filmmaking.
A former vice president of Water Valley's Mechanics Bank has been sentenced to two years in federal prison and ordered to repay $3.35 million.
Court papers show Pullen, acting as a loan officer, borrowed money in the names of unsuspecting bank customers between 2009 and 2014.
Former Mississippi State University quarterback Dak Prescott goes to trial Wednesday for a driving under the influence charge after Starkville Municipal Court Judge Rodney Faver denied a motion to dismiss the case.
Prescott was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in this year's NFL draft.