Plenty of talk about where Russia is going (looking at it's business climate, I'd say south), but this article in Pravda really takes the cake:
American radio icon Don Imus disgraced, fired after threat to reveal 9/11 secrets
In a clear sign of its intent to reign in dissident American media personalities, and their growing influence in American culture, US War Leaders this past week launched an unprecedented attack upon one of their most politically 'connected', and legendary, radio hosts named Don Imus after his threats to release information relating to the September 11, 2001 attacks upon that country.
Um. OK. News to me, but I guess that's why there's the interwebs. In other news, there was a dwarfish alien mysteryiously killed, a dwarfish porn star that knows how to party and a flying car.
Has the Pravda become the National Enquirer?
Or maybe they just need better translators.