More than 1 million people have died of COVID-19 around the world, according to a Reuters tally, with the pace of fatalities picking up as infections again surge in several countries.
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Asian markets push higher after U.S. bounce
Asian markets largely opened higher on Tuesday, building on newfound momentum after bargain hunters helped a recovery in U.S. markets in the wake of last week's selloff.
Doc Rivers out as Los Angeles Clippers coach
Doc Rivers confirmed Monday that he is no longer the coach of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Supreme Court nominee Barrett prepares for meetings this week on Capitol Hill
President Donald Trump's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett, will begin meeting with senators this week as Republicans push ahead with a rapid Senate confirmation process ahead of November's presidential election over the objections of Democrats.
U.S. pension funds sue Allianz after $4 billion in coronavirus losses
Pension funds for truckers, teachers and subway workers have lodged lawsuits in the United States against Germany's Allianz, one of the world's top asset managers, for failing to safeguard their investments during the coronavirus market meltdown.
Microsoft 365 outage affects multiple services
Microsoft Corp said late Monday a recent change it introduced likely caused a major outage, affecting users' access to multiple Microsoft 365 services, including Outlook.com and Microsoft Teams.
Musk plans IPO for SpaceX's Starlink business
Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk plans to list SpaceX's space internet venture, Starlink, several years in the future when revenue growth is smooth and predictable.
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