'Minutes to midnight': World hits 1.4° of warming as Dubai summit opens with new fund and report disputing a leader's credibility.
The election adds only the sixth female judge and denies Russia a seat for the first time in the court's 77-year history.
Government plans would blow past limits needed to limit warming to 1.5° Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
But the world's five biggest science and technology clusters are now in East Asia; Japan's is the largest and China has the most.
At the end of a weeklong visit, the U.N. investigator's findings of an orchestrated state policy contradict Moscow’s denials.
As climate litigation increases, the body of legal precedent grows, forming an increasingly well-defined field of law.
Delegates in Geneva were able to muster a non-binding report that essentially prolongs a decade-old geopolitical impasse.
The E.U.'s antitrust probe of the Libra project focuses on concerns it would improperly shut out rival payment systems.
A U.N. fact-finding mission urged the international community to sever ties with Myanmar’s military.
The military delivered more than 88,000 tons of packages and letters last year and must now plan for a possible disruption.
The condemnation came from Australia, Canada, Iceland, Japan and New Zealand, along with 17 European nations.
Finance leaders from the world's 20 biggest economies projected moderate global growth and recovery later this year and into 2020, but warned of risks from a prolonged trade war.
At a carefully staged visit, the British monarch touting the multilateral institutions that Britain and the U.S. helped to create after World War II — to prevent a third one.
The Trump administration's withdrawal of U.S. funding for Palestinian refugees could create a huge humanitarian crisis.
The movement against too much artificial light at night celebrates International Dark Sky Week in April.
Flooding, the worst of the impacts globally, continued to affect the largest number of people, more than 35 million.