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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

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Meghan Markle once wrote about her ideal Valentine's Day, and it shows how she and Prince Harry could be spending it this year

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:47 AM PST

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  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will celebrate their second Valentine's Day as a married couple this year. 
  • Although it's not known how the couple, who are currently in Canada, will spend it, Markle has previously spoken about how she likes to celebrate.
  • "In terms of gifts, be it breakfast in bed, a sweet love note, or a single flower, it really is the thought that counts," she wrote on her now defunct lifestyle blog, The Tig.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

The Duchess of Sussex is certainly a romantic, and has been since before her fairytale wedding to Prince Harry in 2018. 

Meghan Markle once wrote about her ideal Valentine's Day — and it could hint at how she and Prince Harry like to spend their February 14 each year.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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Here's everything you need to know about Jaclyn Hill's new eye-shadow palette

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:44 AM PST

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  • Jaclyn Hill is launching a 35-shade eye-shadow palette with Morphe on February 13.
  • In a new YouTube video posted on Monday, Hill says she's "so excited" about the palette, despite photos of it being leaked online last week.
  • The YouTuber also spoke to People about the eye shadow, and said it was inspired by her previous Morphe collaboration.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Jaclyn Hill is about to launch her second collaboration eye-shadow palette with Morphe.

The YouTuber revealed the product in a YouTube video called "THE JACLYN HILL PALETTE VOLUME 2 REVEAL + SWATCHES!" on Monday. She says throughout the video that she's "so excited" to launch new makeup, despite photos of the palette leaking online last week.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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Trump suggests without evidence that Fed Chair Powell caused the Dow to drop

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:42 AM PST

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  • President Donald Trump suggested without evidence that comments by Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell drove stocks lower on Tuesday.
  • The Dow Jones industrial average briefly dipped into negative territory mid-morning as a drop in Boeing shares pressured the index. 
  • Bond yields held mostly steady throughout the central bank testimony, suggesting there was no significant change in market expectations for interest rates.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

President Donald Trump suggested without evidence that comments by Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell drove stocks lower on Tuesday.

"When Jerome Powell started his testimony today, the Dow was up 125, & heading higher," Trump wrote on Twitter. "As he spoke it drifted steadily downward, as usual, and is now at -15." 

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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The FTC is looking into past acquisitions by Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google-parent Alphabet as it ramps up antitrust inquiries (AMZN, GOOG, GOOGL, FB, AAPL, MSFT)

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:41 AM PST

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  • The Federal Trade Commission asked Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google's parent company for information on past acquisitions, it said in a press release Tuesday.
  • The FTC sent letters asking about "potentially anticompetitive acquisitions" the companies had made over the past decade but not yet reported to the agency.
  • The inquiry comes amid numerous other antitrust investigations into the tech industry in both the US and Europe.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

The Federal Trade Commission is looking into past acquisitions made by major tech companies, the agency announced in a press release Tuesday.

The FTC said it had sent orders to Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google's parent company, Alphabet, asking for "information about prior acquisitions not reported to the antitrust agencies" the companies may have made over the past decade.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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Why one analyst thinks Tesla's Model Y could 'ultimately cannibalize' some Model 3 sales (TSLA)

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:37 AM PST

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  • Tesla is due to begin deliveries of its Model Y vehicle in March 2020. 
  • "A key question is whether Model Y demand will ultimately cannibalize Model 3 volumes," analyst Toni Sacconaghi of Bernstein wrote in a note Tuesday. 
  • He added that any softness in Model 3 sales could spook investors near-to-medium term. 
  • Here's why Sacconaghi thinks the Model Y could take sales from the Model 3. 
  • Watch Tesla trade live on Markets Insider. 
  • Read more on Business Insider. 

Tesla is due to start deliveries of a new vehicle, the Model Y, in March 2020. At least one Wall Street analyst is concerned that the Model Y will take away sales from another Tesla vehicle, the Model 3. 

While demand for the new Model Y appears promising, "a key question is whether Model Y demand will ultimately cannibalize Model 3 volumes," wrote Toni Sacconaghi of Bernstein in a Tuesday note.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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Democratic voters think Pete Buttigieg has a better chance of beating Trump after his Iowa surge

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:36 AM PST

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  • Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg has a stronger case to make for his electability against President Donald Trump after his strong showing in the Iowa caucuses, according to new Insider polling. 
  • But Buttigieg isn't seeing that boost translate to a higher satisfaction rate among Democratic voters. 
  • Buttigieg cut into former Vice President Joe Biden's support in Iowa, and he's expected to do the same in New Hampshire, which goes to the polls on Tuesday. 
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg has a stronger case to make for his electability against President Donald Trump after his strong showing in the Iowa caucus, but that hasn't translated to a higher approval rating, according to new Insider polling. 

Among registered Democrats likely to vote in their state's primary, belief in Buttigieg's electability jumped from 26% prior to the Iowa caucus to 36% days after the caucus. Awareness of Buttigieg has also jumped to about 66%, up from an average of 59% over the last five Insider polls. 

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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Everything you need to know about life insurance, in one place

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:35 AM PST

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  • Shopping for life insurance can be intimidating. There's so much information out there that it's hard to know where to start.
  • If you want to learn more about life insurance, figure out if it's for you, and get some tips on where to start (comparison site Policygenius is usually a good move), you've come to the right place.
  • We've gathered some of Business Insider's most helpful articles to answer your burning questions, from who needs life insurance, to how much, to where to get it.

Life insurance seems like a big deal.

But setting it up is surprisingly easy, and paying for it can be surprisingly affordable.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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60 practical and unique gifts for Dad — all under $50

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:35 AM PST

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Whether you're looking to rag on Dad or show him all the love and kindness in the world (which are really one in the same, right?), we've got affordable gift ideas for budgets under $50 for every sort of dad, from the hapless car-key-losing fool to the history buff and the masterful (or not-so-masterful) home chef.

Whatever it is that Dad's into, something below is bound to make him smile, laugh, cry, or, hopefully, all of the above.  

If you don't want to pay extra for expedited shipping, you might want to consider focusing on Prime-eligible gifts available at Amazon. Here are some more Valentine's Day gift ideas from Amazon: 

Shop more gift ideas by budget: 

The top 5 best gifts for Dad under $50

  1. An Amazon smart plug for the tech-savvy dads, $24.99
  2. A pizza stone for the home chef, $49.95
  3. A Disney+ subscription, $6.99 a month
  4. A set of coasters made from upcycled records, $18
  5. Silicone bands that can help organize anything, $34.95

See more under-$50 gifts for Dad below:

A sleek, eco-friendly lunch box

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GreenLunch Bento 3-in-1 Bento Lunch Box, available at Amazon, $28.89

Don't send Dad off to work (or school, as the case may be) with a brown bag. If you think it's embarrassing for you, it's definitely embarrassing for him.



A copper waiter's key

Williams Sonoma

Wine Waiters Corkscrew, available at Williams Sonoma, $39.95

A nice piece for the bar to replace that ratty old plastic thing he stole from Holiday Inn before you were born and life was good.



A 3-month Amazon Prime membership

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Amazon Prime membership, available at Amazon, 3 months for $39

He'll pick up on it. Just get him started.




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Chinese subways are using artificial intelligence facial recognition scanners to help detect whether people have coronavirus

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:33 AM PST

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  • In Beijing, China, subway passengers are being screen en masse for symptoms of coronavirus by artificial technology and temperature scanners.
  • Two Chinese tech companies have rolled out AI and infrared-scanning devices in the city.
  • Beijing officials hope to control the spread of the virus as millions return to work after the Lunar New year holiday.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

In Beijing, China, subway passengers are being screened en masse for symptoms of coronavirus — but not by health authorities.

Instead, artificial intelligence is in charge. 

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These 5 factors are transforming the healthcare experience for both patients and doctors

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:32 AM PST

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Stylists reveal the best and worst fashion trends of the year, so far

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:31 AM PST

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  • Insider spoke with stylists to round up the best and worst fashion trends of 2020, so far. 
  • Experts love trends like boxy silhouettes and low, 1990s-inspired heels. 
  • Vests, crochet garments, and disco collars have all received a thumbs down from the pros. 
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

A new decade means some fresh trends, but some are generating more positive buzz than others. 

Insider consulted with stylists to see which fashions they're excited about and the looks you may be better off skipping. 

Here are the 2020 trends that fashion experts are loving, and a few that they can't wait to see fade away.

Low, 1990s-inspired heels are having a major fashion moment.

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Stylist and creative consultant Arianna Jones told Insider that minimal 1990s-inspired shoes with low heels are one of her favorite trends of the new decade. 

"The days of the stiletto are numbered. The minimal '90s heel trend is all about a clean line, minimal detail, elongated toe all wrapped up in a beautiful and practical shoe," said Jones. 

These simple throwbacks can add an elevated touch to our look while still allowing you the mobility to actually get things done. 

 



Stylists love trench coats because they're versatile.

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One 2020 trend that has a good shot at standing the test of time is the trench coat.

Personal stylist Michelle Mandelstein told Insider that this long, lightweight outerwear is both practical and chic. 

"Trench coats are still popular because they are effortless. In classic raincoat materials, they are as functional as they are stylish. In leather, satin, or suede, they add extra polish to your look," said Mandelstein. 

To avoid looking like Sherlock Holmes in your trench, you may want to ensure the jacket is tailored to your body type and pair it with more casual pieces like jeans or a fun T-shirt. 



Polka dots got the green light from stylists.

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Celebrity and personal-wardrobe stylist Kristen Robertiello told Insider that polka dots are the must-have print of the new year. 

"This year we are seeing dots in all different sizes and colors. This trend makes me smile and is an effortless way to keep your style current," said Robertiello.

If you're not feeling adventurous enough to wear polka dots from head to toe, Robertiello suggested incorporating the print into your look via a blouse, scarf, or pair of socks. 




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Women of color say they were unwittingly used in Warren and Biden campaign ads

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:31 AM PST

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  • Two women of color, both climate activists, were unwittingly featured in presidential campaign ads for candidates they don't support.
  • One of the women was featured in an advertisement for Senator Elizabeth Warren; the other found her likeness in one for Former Vice President Joe Biden.
  • "People will look at me and think 'Biden has young Muslim followers,'" said one of the women. "But that's not true because I'm not one of them." 
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Two women of color, both climate activists, say they were unwittingly featured in presidential campaign advertisements, The Guardian reported.

Ayanna Lee, executive director of the Youth Climate Action Team, attended a rally for Senator Elizabeth Warren in Milwaukee to protest the candidate, only to later learn she was featured in a Warren 2020 ad. 

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Living with an optimistic partner may lower your risk of dementia

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:28 AM PST

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A cheery partner may do more than brighten your day. According to new research, sharing your life with an optimistic person may also reduce your risk of developing dementia in later life.

While research shows there are genetic factors, more and more studies are finding a person's lifestyle — from social interaction to how much they exercise — may be more influential than previously thought. 

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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How to watch all the movies nominated for the 2020 Oscars

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:28 AM PST

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  • There are 53 total movies, animated shorts, and documentaries nominated for Academy Awards at the upcoming 2020 Oscars. 
  • 42 of them are available to watch in the US on Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, Disney Plus, and even streaming for free on YouTube.
  • Some are only available to rent or buy, like "Joker" or "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
  • "1917" and "Little Women" are still in theaters.
  • "Marriage Story" and "The Irishman" are exclusively on Netflix. 
  • "Parasite" is still playing in select theaters, and is also available to rent or buy on digital platforms.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

The 92nd Academy Awards will take place on February 9 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California. This year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences nominated 52 movies, animated shorts, and documentaries for awards. We've researched where people currently in the US can rent, buy, or stream every available feature and short up for an Oscar this year. 

Keep reading to see which ones are available on Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, Disney Plus and even streaming for free on YouTube.

"Joker" is available to rent or buy now on digital platforms.

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What it's nominated for: Best picture, best director, best actor, best cinematography, best costume design, best film editing, best makeup and hairstyling, best original score, best sound editing, best sound mixing, and best adapted screenplay

How to rent or buy it: iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, Amazon

Where to stream it: N/A



"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" is also only available to rent or buy on digital platforms.

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What it's nominated for: Best picture, best director, best actor, best supporting actor, best cinematography, best costume design, best production design, best sound editing, best sound mixing, and best original screenplay

How to rent or buy it: iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, Amazon

Where to stream it: N/A



"The Irishman" is exclusively streaming on Netflix.

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What it's nominated for: Best picture, best director, three nominees for best supporting actor, best cinematography, best costume design, best film editing, best production design, best visual effects, and best adapted screenplay 

How to rent or buy it: N/A

Where to stream it: Netflix




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A family of four built a private tiny house village where the kids have their own homes. Take a look inside.

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:26 AM PST

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  • Keli and Ryan Brinks live a tiny house village in Kentucky with their two teenage children
  • Lennox, their 18-year-old daughter, has her own tiny house, and it's 160 square feet, while her brother, Brodey, lives in his own 160-square-foot house.
  • The family lives in their village to promote a sustainable lifestyle. 
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Tiny house communities are popping up all across the country, but one family in Kentucky has created a village of their own.

Keli and Ryan Brinks live in a tiny house in Kentucky. Right next door, their 18-year-old daughter, Lennox, and their 16-year-old son, Brodey, also live in their own tiny houses. Together, their compound of six tiny homes creates a unique living situation with the goal of sustainable living. 

Here's how the Brinks family makes their tiny village work.

Five years ago, the Brinks family wanted to move from their 2,200-square-foot home in Michigan and live more sustainably.

Courtesy of Lennox Brinks

To do so, they turned to the tiny house movement. Since tiny houses produce less waste, require less heating, and can be more environmentally friendly, the family knew it was the right fit. 

"Initially, my husband wanted us all together in one cabin, but I argued on behalf of the kids for their own privacy," Keli told Insider. 

Instead, the family decided to buy a few tiny houses — one for each family member. 

 



In 2015, they bought a 21-acre piece of land in London, Kentucky, for $57,000 and turned it into a private tiny house village for the family.

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"We chose London, Kentucky, because of the lack of restrictions for housing and because the land was much cheaper than in areas of Tennessee that were closer to the family but more expensive and with restrictions," Keli said. 

For $20,000 more, the family bought six tiny houses and placed them on the piece of land. 



The first tiny house in the village is where Keli lives with her husband, Ryan.

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At 280 square feet, the house is the biggest on the property. This home cost $9,000, making it also the most expensive house because they asked for extra amenities. 

"We asked for amendments including extra windows, an extra cutout area in back for an exit door, and real dormers up top to add more natural light," Keli said. 




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Take a tour of Shaq's stunning California home that he's trying to sell on Instagram

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:25 AM PST

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Shaq's beautiful California home just hit the market.

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Located in the Los Angeles-adjacent gated community of Bell Canyon, the 5,217 square-foot home has a number of features fit for NBA royalty.

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The foyer is large, elegant, and open. It's safe to say the 7-foot-1 center-turned-TV analyst would have no issue feeling comfortable with the home's tall ceilings.

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Puerto Rico gets investors' OK to reduce debt load by $24 billion, inching closer to the end of bankruptcy

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:24 AM PST

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  • Puerto Rico struck a deal with bondholders Sunday that reduces debt by $24 billion while agreeing to pay back debt 10 years sooner than before.
  • Puerto Rico has struggled as two hurricanes hit the island months after it had filed for bankruptcy.
  • Wanda Vázquez, governor of Puerto Rico, opposes the new deal on the grounds that it protects bondholders more than retirees.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

A deal between Puerto Rico and creditors could inch the country one step closer to an exit from bankruptcy.

The Financial Oversight Board reached a deal with bondholders Sunday that would write off $24 billion in debt, reducing $35 billion in original debt to under $11 billion. That cuts $1 billion more debt than Puerto Rico previously planned to. In exchange, Puerto Rico would pay off all legacy debt in 20 years, which is 10 years sooner than it had previously agreed to, the board said in a statement.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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13 surprising psychological reasons someone might fall in love with you

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:22 AM PST

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  • If you're looking for love this Valentine's Day, there are certain factors that can increase your chances of finding it.
  • According to various psychological studies, some of those factors include playing hard to get, owning a dog, and even caring about the environment.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Love is perennially elusive — but not impossible to find.

Certain factors make it more likely that someone will be smitten with you: if your personality is similar to theirs, if you share the same worldview, or even if you do something as simple as gesture a lot, for example.

Ahead of Valentine's Day, we dug into years of psychological research to find those particular traits and behaviors. In the process, we busted some myths and learned that certain clichés turn out to be true.

Here are 13 psychological reasons that affect whether someone will fall in love with you.

This is an update of an article written by Drake Baer for Tech Insider.

1. If you make eco-friendly purchases

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It's easy being green — but only if you're seeking something serious.

A 2016 study found that men and women who make eco-friendly purchases are perceived as more desirable for long-term relationships, while those who make luxury purchases are perceived as more physically attractive and more desirable for short-term relationships.

The study notes, "Compared to luxury purchasers, eco-friendly purchasers were ascribed greater warmth, competence, and good partner traits, but less physical appeal, and they were preferred for long-term but not short-term relationships."



2. If you play hard to get

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A 2014 study found that men in a speed-dating experiment wanted a woman more when she played hard to get by acting disinterested in questions. But playing that game made them like her less.

This dynamic was only observed in certain situations, though: The men had to feel "committed" to pursuing the woman. If not, her hard-to-get behavior made them neither want nor like her less.

Alas, love is complicated.



3. If you display the right facial expression

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Happiness is generally attractive on women — but not so much on men.

In 2011, researchers conducted experiments on more than 1,000 people, showing them photographs of members of the opposite sex and asking them how attractive the people in the photos were.

Results showed that men rated women most attractive when they looked happy and least attractive when they displayed pride. Women, on the other hand, rated men most attractive when they displayed pride and least attractive when they looked happy.

Interestingly, shame was ranked pretty attractive in both men and women.




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More than 2,000 people have been trapped on a Carnival-owned ship for a week due to fears that its passengers might have the coronavirus (CCL)

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:21 AM PST

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  • Passengers on Holland America Line's Westerdam cruise ship have been stuck on the vessel for a majority of the past 10 days.
  • The ship stopped one known time in Taiwan, but has been prevented from docking in Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, and Guam due to fears that its occupants might have the Wuhan coronavirus.
  • Holland America has said it doesn't believe any passengers or crew members, which total more than 2,000 people, have the coronavirus.
  • The cruise will end on Thursday in Thailand, and all passengers will get refunds.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Passengers on Holland America Line's Westerdam cruise ship have been unable to leave the vessel for a majority of the past 10 days, the cruise line, which is owned by Carnival Corp., said in a blog post.

The ship was scheduled to make stops at five ports in Japan during a 14-day cruise that began in Hong Kong on February 1, but was refused entry by the Japanese government. Four other countries or territories, including Taiwan, the Philippines, and Guam, have also prevented the Westerdam from docking at their ports due to fears that its occupants could have the Wuhan coronavirus, Bloomberg reported, citing the World Health Organization.

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Vanessa Hudgens turned her dress into moving art at the Oscars after-party

Posted: 11 Feb 2020 09:21 AM PST

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  • Vanessa Hudgens stole the show with her custom purple Vera Wang gown at the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party. 
  • The silk gown featured a long train, which Hudgens playfully put on display in front of the cameras.
  • She threw the train into the air to create beautiful shapes for her photos.  
  • Hudgens has been having a blast on the red carpet since her split from Austin Butler last month. 
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

The Vanity Fair Oscars after-party was full of stars dressed to impress in daring looks, but it was Vanessa Hudgens who stole the show. 

Hudgens wore a custom royal-purple Vera Wang gown for the soiree, using her turn in front of the cameras to transform the ensemble into moving art. 

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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