1. Thousands march against Trump in Swiss financial capital  |  ( reuters )
ZURICH (Reuters) - Thousands of anti-capitalist protesters marched through Zurich on Tuesday to demonstrate against a planned visit by U.S. President Donald Trump to the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting this week.
2. Venezuela to hold presidential vote by end of April  |  ( reuters )
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela will hold its presidential vote by the end of April, the pro-government legislative superbody said on Tuesday, with President Nicolas Maduro hoping to trump a squabbling opposition despite economic crisis and foreign sanctions.
3. North Korea, U.S. clash at disarmament forum over nuclear arms  |  ( reuters )
U.S. disarmament ambassador Robert Wood said: ”The United States will not recognize North Korea as a nuclear weapon state.
4. Kentucky school shooting: Two teenagers dead and 19 injured  |  ( bbc )
Image copyright CBS Image caption The scene at Marshall County High School in KentuckyTwo people are dead and 19 injured after a shooting at a high school in the US state of Kentucky.
5. U.S. takes aim at Russia after suspected Syrian government gas attack  |  ( reuters )
At the Paris meeting 24 countries agreed to work more closely on targeting those behind chemical weapons attacks and imposing necessary sanctions on them.
6. CNN poll: Trump trails Sanders, Biden, Oprah in 2020 matchups  |  ( cnn )
In a series of hypothetical 2020 one-on-one contests Trump trails Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders by a 55% to 42% margin among registered voters.
7. Mattis calls disputed waters ‘North Natuna Sea’ in Indonesia  |  ( upi )
The North Natuna Sea is Indonesia's name for areas of the South China Sea with overlapping claims, and is located north of the country's Natuna Islands.
8. U.N. flag, blue helmet don't offer 'natural' protection to peacekeepers, report says  |  ( upi )
"The blue helmet and the United Nations flag no longer offer 'natural' protection," the report said.
9. Pakistan arrests serial killer suspect over rape, murder of girl, 7  |  ( reuters )
In 2016, the total number of reported child abuse cases was 4,139, or around 11 new cases reported per day.
10. Russia bans satirical film about Josef Stalin's death  |  ( cbs news )
MOSCOW -- Russia's Culture Ministry banned a satirical film about Soviet leader Josef Stalin's death from movie theaters Tuesday following criticism from communists and others that the British-French production made a mockery of Russia's history.
11. At Davos, CEOs must address income inequality-commentary  |  ( cnbc )
This year, CEOs expressed heightened concern over the potential impact of income inequality on social and business environments.
12. Democrats warn Russia trying to influence Mueller investigation  |  ( cnbc )
Both committees are conducting their own investigations into possible Russian interference during the 2016 presidential election.
13. New Zimbabwe leader orders top officials to declare assets  |  ( reuters )
HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe has given cabinet ministers and senior government officials until the end of February to declare their assets as new President Emmerson Mnangagwa seeks to foster transparency and fight corruption.
14. Hawaii governor forgot Twitter password to correct false missile alert  |  ( upi )
David Ige didn't remember his Twitter password, he wasn't able to immediately get out word that a recent missile alert was a false alarm.
15. Syria war: Thousands flee Turkish assault on Afrin enclave  |  ( bbc )
Turkish troops and allied Syrian rebels so far appear to have made limited gains since the air and ground offensive began on Saturday.
16. Trudeau announces trade agreement without U.S.  |  ( cbs news )
DAVOS, Switzerland - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada and the remaining 11 countries of the Trans-Pacific Partnership have agreed to a revised trade agreement.
17. Schumer withdraws offer to bu  |  ( cnn )
As is often his practice, Trump told few people of his plans to ask Schumer to the White House for talks.
18. Musk: Tesla could be trillion-dollar company and other predictions  |  ( cnbc )
Said Musk: "I actually see the potential for Tesla to become a trillion-dollar company within a 10-year period."
19. Melania Trump will not join President at World Economic Forum  |  ( upi )
The first lady's announcement to not join her husband at the World Economic Forum came on Monday, the couple's 13th wedding anniversary.
20. Man suspected of killing, dismembering and cooking his ex-wife, police say  |  ( cbs news )
State security spokesman Roberto Alvarez confirmed later that the woman's "dismembered" remains had been found Monday inside pots atop a stove.
21. Police sought Secrets Act probe of Reuters reporters an hour after their arrest  |  ( reuters )
He could not point to evidence that the defendants were acting for the enemy or hostile forces, defense lawyer Khin Maung Zaw told reporters after the hearing.
22. Pakistan Zainab murder: Police arrest suspect  |  ( bbc )
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The rape and murder of six-year-old Zainab sparked outrage in PakistanPakistani authorities say they have arrested the main suspect in the rape and killing of six-year-old Zainab Ansari.
23. Trump to host first state visit of his presidency for France's Macron  |  ( reuters )
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will host the first state visit of his year-old presidency in late April when French President Emmanuel Macron visits the White House, a senior administration official said on Tuesday.
24. Skier Killed by Flying Rocks During Sudden Volcanic Eruption  |  ( time )
Kusatsu town officials said the impact of volcanic eruption was apparently limited to the ski resort, with no ash or volcanic rocks detected in the town, about 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the volcano.
25. Mueller's office questioned Sessions in Russia investigation  |  ( cnn )
She declined to say if the attorney general turned over any documents or communications to Mueller's office.
26. 'Warthogs' to join air campaign in Afghanistan this month  |  ( upi )
"The Taliban still has not felt the full brunt of American and Afghan air power," U.S. Air Force Major General James Hecker, commander of 9th Air and Space Expeditionary Task Force-Afghanistan and NATO Air Command-Afghanistan, said in a press release.
27. Donald Trump's assault on law enforcement just keeps coming  |  ( cnn )
Trump's systematic attempt to shake public confidence in law enforcement seems to run directly in contrast to his oft-repeated pledge of love for the military, police and firefighters.
28. CNN poll: 8-in-10 favor presidential exams for health, mental well-being  |  ( cnn )
Support for both physical and mental exams for the president are about the same as they were in polling conducted during the 2004 presidential campaign, when 84% favored annual physical exams and 79% backed annual mental checkups.
29. Uganda's Museveni: I love Trump for being frank with Africans  |  ( bbc )
Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mr Museveni has said he appreciates Trump's frank languagePresident Yoweri Museveni of Uganda has given a speech declaring his "love" for US President Donald Trump.
30. Egypt election: Retired general and candidate Sami Anan arrested  |  ( bbc )
It said that Mr Anan was "blatantly inciting" against the Egyptian armed forces to try and "drive a wedge between the armed forces and the great Egyptian people".