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G7 commits to decarbonizing electricity by 2035 but leaves wiggle room for fossil fuels
The G7, which represents some of the world's biggest economies, agreed on Friday to achieve "predominantly decarbonized" electricity sectors by 2035, a goal that experts say is a major step in helping the world avert catastrophic climate change.
Taxing the rich could help fix the food crisis. Davos didn't want to know
Wealth taxes are never a popular rallying cry at Davos, a playground for billionaires, corporate titans and top politicians. But Gabriela Bucher, the executive director of Oxfam International, was still frustrated that this week's World Economic Forum mostly looked the other way.
Ukraine war sparks fears China may follow Russia's playbook
There have been increasing fears that Beijing will take military action against Taiwan following Russia's invasion of Ukraine as Chinese leader Xi Jinping has made retaking control of Taiwan a top national priority. Experts say Chinese strategists are watching the war in Ukraine closely, drawing lessons from Russian setbacks. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
Opinion: Beneath Liotta's intense blue-eyed stare
The unexpected death of Ray Liotta, at 67, while filming in the Dominican Republic set off more than the customary shockwaves over social media. People spoke of Liotta as though they lost somebody they knew intimately from their old neighborhoods or school days.
Leading experts accuse Russia of inciting genocide in Ukraine and intending to 'destroy' Ukrainian people
Russia's actions in Ukraine provide enough evidence to conclude that Moscow is inciting genocide and committing atrocities intended to destroy the Ukrainian people, according to the first independent report into allegations of genocide in that country.