Russian Parliament Member Calls U2 'Songs of Innocence' Cover Homosexual PropagandaEven though it's actually a man and his son.
Elton John Defends Russian LGBT Community in Open Letter to Vladimir PutinElton John isn't one to stay quiet. So after hearing about Russian President Vladimir Putin's recent statements linking homosexuality to pedophilia, he decided he needed to address the foreign leader directly.
Elton John Plays Russia Despite Anti-Gay LawsSir Elton dedicated the show to Vladislav Tornovoi, a 23-year-old Russian man who was beaten to death in May for admitting to being gay.
Paul McCartney Attempts to Charm Putin into Releasing Greenpeace PrisonersMcCartney posted an open letter to his website today (Nov. 14) assuring Putin that the 28 activists from Greenpeace that were placed in jail last month after they staged a protest at a Russian oil-drilling platform in the Arctic Ocean are neither anti-Russia nor working on behalf of the western governments.
Everyone Who's Bad At Parking, All In One Lot [Video]Somehow everyone in Russia who sucks at parking a car ended up in the same parking lot on the same day.
The Most Violently Funny Feminine Hygiene Ad Ever [Video]
Sir Paul Stands Up For Pussy Riot
Jack Talks To Russian Cosmonaut About Meteor Hit
Today's Asteroid And Russia's Meteor ARE NOT RELATED
Madonna in Russia: Speaks Out For Punk Band, Gets SuedMadonna has never been one to bite her tongue, so after the Russian punk band Pussy Riot was convicted of “hooliganism motivated by religious hatred” on Friday (August 17), she spoke out.
Pussy Riot Found Guilty Of 'Hooliganism', Sentenced To Two YearsThe five-month case came to a head this morning, when a final verdict was made: guilty of "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred," with all three women sentenced to two years in prison starting from their date of arrest in March.
Who Is Pussy Riot? A Primer On The Punks Supported By McCartney, Madonna & MoreThe band name "Pussy Riot" has been splashed all over the news (and the shirts of rock stars), but what exactly is the controversy all about?