On August 17, 2012, I was speaking to journalists outside the courthouse where three members of the punk collective Pussy Riot were being sentenced for criticizing Russian President Vladimir Putin in a music video filmed in a church. Suddenly, I was grabbed by the police. Videos captured the moment they tossed me, legs in the air, into the back of a police van. When I opened the unlocked door to ask what I was being charged with, they responded with a flurry of fists. [Source]
American Yakov Kronrod tells CNN's Anderson Cooper what the reaction has been like in Russia after an employee at one of Russia's major state television networks interrupted a live broadcast to protest the invasion of Ukraine.
For many, Thanksgiving involves traveling to spend time with family and loved ones around the dinner table eating turkey and green bean casserole. It's a time to watch football and reflect on everything you're thankful for.
The CEO of ParaDocs, the medic company hired by Astroworld organizers, spoke on camera for the first time Monday to "set the record straight" on what his team did and to defend how hard his staff of more than 70 people worked to save lives.