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  • Trudeau: We need to hire, promote, retain more women 

    At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau challenged leaders of the world's biggest corporations to hire more women and address sexual harassment.

  • Top executives in Davos love Trump tax cuts 

    Top executives at the World Economic Forum praise changes to the U.S. tax code. They say the overhaul will boost the economy and increase investment, but some are skeptical about long-term effects.

  • India's PM Modi defends globalization 

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday with a defense of globalization. Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister to attend Davos in 20 years.

  • Urus is the first family-friendly Lamborghini 

    See Lamborghini's first-ever SUV, the Urus. CEO Stefano Domenicali explains why Lamborghini is expanding outside supercars, and how the vehicle could double sales.

  • Senate to vote on plan to reopen government 

    As the government shutdown enters its third day, the Senate is scheduled to have a key vote on a bill to reopen the government and fund it for three weeks, though it's unclear if this plan will win over enough Democrats to pass.

  • Russia wants its vodka back 

    If you think of Stolichnaya vodka, the chances are you think it's Russian. But while it may have Russian heritage, the drink is largely made in Latvia. Now Russia wants to bring it home.

  • Will Trump skip traditional Super Bowl interview? 

    So far the president has not committed to a Super Bowl Sunday sit-down interview. But he likes to be "unpredictable," Olivia Nuzzi points out. April Ryan and John Gizzi also discuss Trump's accessibility to the press corps.

  • Backlash over Trump supporter focus groups 

    Center for American Progress president Neera Tanden and political analyst Jeff Greenfield discuss why some on the left hate focus groups and features about Trump supporters. Tanden says she'd like to see more features about Trump opponents to balance out the coverage.

  • April Ryan says the press is 'under attack' 

    April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks and John Gizzi of Newsmax disagree about the state of relations between the press and President Trump. Ryan describes receiving death threats and says "there has been a war on the press by the White House."