NewsWatch: Stocks tumble Tuesday after suffering their worst day in two years

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U.S. stocks gave up early gains mid-morning Tuesday as investors attempted to assess growing headwinds like the spread of COVID-19 outside China against the backdrop of positive economic growth. See full story.

Coronavirus update: 80,238 cases, 2,700 deaths, United Airlines rescinds 2020 guidance over virus uncertainty

The number of worldwide cases of COVID-19 continues to rise; there are now 80,238 cases in 34 countries and 2,700 deaths, according to the World Health Organization. See full story.

Democratic debate in South Carolina likely to feature attacks on both big spender Mike Bloomberg and front-runner Bernie Sanders

Analysts say moderates can’t let Bloomberg off the hook, while Sanders “will have a target on his back” because of his bigger-than-expected win over the weekend in Nevada’s caucuses. See full story.

Home price growth accelerated in December — here’s why that trend could continue in 2020

Cities away from the coasts continued to see the biggest price gains. See full story.

Private equity sets its sights on booming professional sports

Rules that have forbidden private equity funds from investing in pro sports are being loosened. See full story.


‘My children had a lot of difficulty growing up and their father enabled a lot of behavior by giving them money well into their adulthood.’ See full story.

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