Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, who is likely to win a third presidential term on Sunday, said "that he might run for president for a fourth time in 2018, which would lengthen his term as Russia's paramount leader to 24 years," the New York Times reports.
Vladimir Putin took the oath of office to begin his third term as Russia's president on Monday, returning to the job after sitting out four years as prime minister. Outside the Kremlin, the streets were empty, as police hauled away ... Read Post
Russian voters delivered an unexpected blow to longtime leader Vladimir Putin on Sunday, slashing his United Russia party's majority in parliament. Putin is hoping to win the presidency for a third time next year, but with his party... Read Post