The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg could spell bad news for Democrats if a legal battle over the results of the presidential election reaches the high court, as it did in 2000.
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Asian shares cling to tight ranges as attention shifts to U.S. election, stimulus
Asian shares and most currencies held tight ranges on Monday, as investors awaited developments on U.S. fiscal stimulus and coronavirus vaccines amid a resurgence of infections in Europe.
Tropical Storm Beta to drop a foot of rain in Texas and Louisiana
Tropical Storm Beta was predicted to bring a foot of rain to parts of coastal Texas and Louisiana next week as the 23rd named storm of this year's Atlantic hurricane season moves ashore on Monday night, the National Hurricane Center said.
HSBC HK shares drop to lowest since 1995, StanChart falls after 'FinCEN' leak
HSBC and Standard Chartered's Hong Kong shares dropped on Monday after media reports that they and other banks moved large sums of allegedly illicit funds over nearly two decades despite red flags about the origins of the money.
Thai protesters’ plaque challenging monarchy removed from near palace
A plaque placed by Thai pro-democracy protesters near the Grand Palace in Bangkok that declared that Thailand belongs to the people and not the king has been removed, as police warned on Monday they may charge those behind the symbolic gesture.
Honduras hopes to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem by end of year
Honduras hopes to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv by the end of 2020, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday, a move likely to anger the Palestinians.
World's top companies urge action on nature loss ahead of U.N. talks
Some of the world's biggest companies on Monday backed growing calls for governments to do more to reverse the accelerating destruction of the natural world and support broader efforts to fight climate change.
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