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Tantrums, rude parents, and meal prepping: Take a look inside the 13-hour day of an elite nanny for the ultra-wealthy  

CREATISTA/Getty Images Nannies who work for rich and powerful families often work 13-hour days filled with household chores and outlandish requests from parents. Business Insider spoke with several nannies across the US to find out what kinds of things they've been asked to do on the job and what they wish their bosses knew. One nanny, who Business Insider is keeping anonymous to protect their identity, noted that their responsibilities include far more than just shuttling the family's chil

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2020-01-26 14:48:13



How to rise the ranks at Point72; a leaked pitch deck reveals WarnerMedia's aggressive HBO Max strategy; Apple and Amazon could dismantle healthcare as we know it  

    Finance editor Meredith Mazzilli here, taking the final turn as guest host while executive editor Matt Turner wraps up parental leave. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: WeWork went from a $47 billion valuation to a failed IPO. Here's how the company makes money.See Also:The CEO of a private-equity giant that invested alongside SoftBank says it pushed too hard for growth without making the economics work firstBillionaires and heads of state have descende

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2020-01-26 13:58:07



An artist drew celebrities in the style of Disney characters and the results are magical  

Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images/Helen Morgun Digital artist Helen Morgun draws celebrities in the style of her favorite Disney characters. Morgun has drawn celebrities like Rihanna, Lili Reinhart, Lady Gaga, and Emma Stone as Tatiana from "The Princess and the Frog," Alice from "Alice in Wonderland," and Cruella de Vil. She has also drawn "Avengers" actor Tom Hiddleston as Hades from "Hercules" and Rami Malek as Jafar from "Aladdin." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Helen

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2020-01-26 13:52:38



Iran's military knew it accidentally shot down a passenger plane moments after it happened, and a stunning new report details how it was covered up — even from Iran's president  

AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi On January 8, a passenger plane carrying 176 people crashed outside of Tehran, in Iran. Everyone on board was killed in the crash. The plane was shot down by two antiaircraft missiles fired, by mistake, by Iran's Revolutionary Guards. Iran's military was on high alert in early January after the United States ordered a drone strike in Iraq that killed Iranian military commander general Qassem Soleimani. According to a new report in the New York Times, Iran knew that

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2020-01-26 13:04:37



Channing Tatum is back together with Jessie J and he flipped out after someone said he looked worse with her than with Jenna Dewan  

Raymond Hall / Getty Images and Channing Tatum lashed out after someone commented that he looked "better" with his ex-wife, Jenna Dewan, than with his current girlfriend, Jessie J on a photo of the couple. "Ain't no body more stunning and beautiful to look at but even more as a human than Jess," Tatum wrote.  Tatum had been married to dancer Jenna Dewan for nine years, though the couple's divorce has recently been finalized. Tatum and the "Bang Bang" singer were reported to have broke

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2020-01-26 12:37:40



13 cliché travel photos tourists need to stop taking  

Shutterstock People are increasingly going to the same destinations to take the same pictures. From faux-meditating at temples to busting out yoga positions at random sites, some poses just need to be stopped. Please don't pretend to hold up Italy's Leaning Tower of Pisa when you're there. Imitating The Beatles' "Abbey Road" album cover in London is another telltale sign you're a tourist. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ever feel like you have déja vu scrolling t

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2020-01-26 12:07:09



Iran's military knew it accidentally shot down a passenger plane moments after it happened, and a stunning new report details how it was covered up — even from Iran's president  

AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi On January 8, a passenger plane carrying 176 people crashed outside of Tehran, in Iran. Everyone on board was killed in the crash. The plane was shot down by two antiaircraft missiles fired, by mistake, by Iran's Revolutionary Guards. Iran's military was on high alert in early January after the United States ordered a drone strike in Iraq that killed Iranian military commander general Qassem Soleimani. According to a new report in the New York Times, Iran knew that

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2020-01-26 11:07:21



Buying pet food at Costco saves me over $500 a year, and my animals love it, too  

Bethany McCamish My partner and I got our first Costco membership five years ago, and it has changed the way we shop for pet food. With two cats and a huge dog, we go through a lot of food, and shopping at Costco saves us about $500 a year compared to other major retailers. Costco's Kirkland Signature-brand food is very similar to Diamond Naturals' food, and we pay about $0.77 per pound in our local Costco compared to $1.75 a pound for a nearly identical Diamond food on Amazon. You can use

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2020-01-26 10:39:16



The 5 best and 5 worst airports in the US, ranked by food options  

Shutterstock Travel site Wanderu recently released a ranking of the best and worst airports in the US based on food selection. The site looked at 50 of the busiest airports in the US and based its findings on how many eateries a place has and how well they're rated. If you're looking for food options, the best airport in the US is Denver International Airport in Colorado. Based on Wanderu's findings, Nashville International Airport in Nashville, Tennessee, has the worst food options. 

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2020-01-26 10:15:19



Marie Claire UK suggested women put parsley in their vaginas to induce their periods in a now-deleted article  

Crystal Cox/Business Insider A now-deleted Marie Claire UK article claimed the herb parsley, when inserted into the vagina, could soften women's cervixes to induce their periods early. Gynecologists are now warning women against the practice since it can lead to life-threatening bacterial infections. There's also no scientific proof the practice can induce periods. In August 2018, a woman died after inserting parsley in her vagina in an attempt to have an at-home abortion. Visit Insider's

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2020-01-26 09:07:41



How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's split from the royal family has shifted the dynamic of the 'Fab Four'  

Reuters The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's departure from the royal family will impact both their personal and working relationship with Prince William and Kate Middleton.  Princes William and Harry contradicted rumors of a rift between the "Fab Four" when they released a rare joint statement denying claims that the Sussexes has been "bullied" out of the royal family.  The Queen also released a statement, where she said she is "proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of m

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2020-01-26 09:01:19



Marie Claire UK suggested women put parsley in their vaginas to induce their periods in a now-deleted article  

Crystal Cox/Business Insider A now-deleted Marie Claire UK article claimed the herb parsley, when inserted into the vagina, could soften women's cervixes to induce their periods early. Gynecologists are now warning women against the practice since it can lead to life-threatening bacterial infections. There's also no scientific proof the practice can induce periods. In August 2018, a woman died after inserting parsley in her vagina in an attempt to have an at-home abortion. Visit Insider's

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2020-01-26 08:37:35



Channing Tatum is back together with Jessie J and he flipped out after someone said he looked worse with her than with Jenna Dewan  

Raymond Hall / Getty Images and Channing Tatum lashed out after someone commented that he looked "better" with his ex-wife, Jenna Dewan, than with his current girlfriend, Jessie J on a photo of the couple. "Ain't no body more stunning and beautiful to look at but even more as a human than Jess," Tatum wrote.  Tatum had been married to dancer Jenna Dewan for nine years, though the couple's divorce has recently been finalized. Tatum and the "Bang Bang" singer were reported to have broke

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2020-01-26 07:51:59



There's a simple way to put on a duvet cover that takes less than 5 minutes  

Samantha Grindell/Insider Changing a duvet cover is often a hated household chore, as it's difficult and time-consuming to get the cover and comforter to align. But there's a stress-free method to get a duvet cover onto your comforter that takes less than five minutes. The secret is to roll the duvet and cover together like a burrito, as it prevents them from bunching. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. First, turn your duvet cover inside out. Samantha Grindell/Insider The cover

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2020-01-26 07:23:28



There's a simple way to put on a duvet cover that takes less than 5 minutes  

Samantha Grindell/Insider Changing a duvet cover is often a hated household chore, as it's difficult and time-consuming to get the cover and comforter to align. But there's a stress-free method to get a duvet cover onto your comforter that takes less than five minutes. The secret is to roll the duvet and cover together like a burrito, as it prevents them from bunching. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. First, turn your duvet cover inside out. Samantha Grindell/Insider The cover

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2020-01-26 06:56:33



How lava lamps are made at the 55-year-old factory where they were invented  

Lava lamps are the most recognizable item of lighting in the world, and every single one of the official lamps is made by Mathmos at their factory in the UK. At their peak popularity in the late 90s, Mathmos was selling 800,000 lamps per year. The formula for the 'lava' remains a close-guarded secret, and only a few people in the company actually know the ingredients.   Following is a transcript of the video. Lava lamps might be the most cult item of lighting in the world. Since th

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2020-01-26 06:46:58



Tantrums, rude parents, and meal prepping: Take a look inside the 13-hour day of an elite nanny for the ultra-wealthy  

CREATISTA/Getty Images Nannies who work for rich and powerful families often work 13-hour days filled with household chores and outlandish requests from parents. Business Insider spoke with several nannies across the US to find out what kinds of things they've been asked to do on the job and what they wish their bosses knew. One nanny, who Business Insider is keeping anonymous to protect their identity, noted that their responsibilities include far more than just shuttling the family's chil

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2020-01-26 06:02:51



An artist drew celebrities in the style of Disney characters and the results are magical  

Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images/Helen Morgun Digital artist Helen Morgun draws celebrities in the style of her favorite Disney characters. Morgun has drawn celebrities like Rihanna, Lili Reinhart, Lady Gaga, and Emma Stone as Tatiana from "The Princess and the Frog," Alice from "Alice in Wonderland," and Cruella de Vil. She has also drawn "Avengers" actor Tom Hiddleston as Hades from "Hercules" and Rami Malek as Jafar from "Aladdin." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Helen

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2020-01-26 06:02:05



A full video has been released showing Trump speaking with donors and calling for the firing of the ambassador to Ukraine  

Associated Press/Mark Lennihan The full cellphone video has been released showing President Donald Trump telling his associated to "take out" the US Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch. The recording was released by the lawyer representing Lev Parnas, a Rudy Giuliani associate. In the recording, Parnas can be heard telling Trump to get rid of Yovanovitch, and Trump can be heard responding, "Get rid of her! Get her out tomorrow." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A

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2020-01-26 05:49:38



The top 10 highest paid athletes in the world  

Getty/Soccrates Images/Mike Stobe/Icon Sportswire The 10 highest earning athletes in the world took home a combined $941 million each year in wages and sponsorships between June 2018 to June 2019, according to Forbes. Lionel Messi, LeBron James, and Roger Federer are amongst them. See below for the full list, as well as a breakdown of how each superstar earns their money. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. 10: Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets netted a cool $65.4 million.

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2020-01-26 05:48:02



How lava lamps are made at the 55-year-old factory where they were invented  

Lava lamps are the most recognizable item of lighting in the world, and every single one of the official lamps is made by Mathmos at their factory in the UK. At their peak popularity in the late 90s, Mathmos was selling 800,000 lamps per year. The formula for the 'lava' remains a close-guarded secret, and only a few people in the company actually know the ingredients.   Following is a transcript of the video. Lava lamps might be the most cult item of lighting in the world. Since th

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2020-01-26 05:47:37



One of the greatest women's fighters of all time completed a 'Grand Slam' of MMA belts after finishing her Bellator opponent in the 4th round  

Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images Cris Cyborg defeated Julia Budd at the Bellator 238 show in Inglewood, California, on Saturday. The win saw Cyborg capture the Bellator MMA women's featherweight championship, after winning belts in UFC, Invicta FC, and Strikeforce. It is a 'Grand Slam' of MMA titles for Cyborg, an accomplishment which was applauded by Conor McGregor on Twitter. Cyborg responded to McGregor's tweet by appearing to challenge him to a boxing match. Visit Business Insi

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2020-01-26 05:43:29



9 celebrity parents raising gender non-binary and transgender kids  

Dia Dipasupil/FilmMagic/ Getty These 9 celebrities have embraced their gender non-binary and transgender children.  "Bombshell" actor Charlize Theron, NBA player Dwyane Wade, and singer Cher all have children who identify as gender non-binary or transgender.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An increasing number of celebrities are publicly embracing and supporting their gender non-binary and transgender children.  People who are gender non-binary, or gender-nonc

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2020-01-26 05:41:26



One of the greatest women's fighters of all time completed a 'Grand Slam' of MMA belts after finishing her Bellator opponent in the 4th round  

Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images Cris Cyborg defeated Julia Budd at the Bellator 238 show in Inglewood, California, on Saturday. The win saw Cyborg capture the Bellator MMA women's featherweight championship, after winning belts in UFC, Invicta FC, and Strikeforce. It is a 'Grand Slam' of MMA titles for Cyborg, an accomplishment which was applauded by Conor McGregor on Twitter. Cyborg responded to McGregor's tweet by appearing to challenge him to a boxing match. Visit Business Insi

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2020-01-26 04:47:19



The 5 best and 5 worst airports in the US, ranked by food options  

Shutterstock Travel site Wanderu recently released a ranking of the best and worst airports in the US based on food selection. The site looked at 50 of the busiest airports in the US and based its findings on how many eateries a place has and how well they're rated. If you're looking for food options, the best airport in the US is Denver International Airport in Colorado. Based on Wanderu's findings, Nashville International Airport in Nashville, Tennessee, has the worst food options. 

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2020-01-26 04:41:40



13 cliché travel photos tourists need to stop taking  

Shutterstock People are increasingly going to the same destinations to take the same pictures. From faux-meditating at temples to busting out yoga positions at random sites, some poses just need to be stopped. Please don't pretend to hold up Italy's Leaning Tower of Pisa when you're there. Imitating The Beatles' "Abbey Road" album cover in London is another telltale sign you're a tourist. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ever feel like you have déja vu scrolling t

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2020-01-26 04:09:05



10 shows you should watch if you love 'Fleabag'  

BBC America/Steve Schofield/Netflix Phoebe Waller-Bridge's tragicomedy "Fleabag," which follows a self-destructive, sex-obsessed young woman dealing with grief, loneliness, and faith in London, was one of the biggest shows of 2019. Although the actress confirmed that the show won't return for a third season, there are a number of similar series that you can stream to satisfy your desire for more "Fleabag." Waller-Bridge's other shows ("Crashing" and "Killing Eve") are also filled with her d

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2020-01-26 04:08:58



How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's split from the royal family has shifted the dynamic of the 'Fab Four'  

Reuters The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's departure from the royal family will impact both their personal and working relationship with Prince William and Kate Middleton.  Princes William and Harry contradicted rumors of a rift between the "Fab Four" when they released a rare joint statement denying claims that the Sussexes has been "bullied" out of the royal family.  The Queen also released a statement, where she said she is "proud of how Meghan has so quickly become one of m

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2020-01-26 04:06:42



Oprah Winfrey is '1,000 percent' supportive of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepping back and said they made the 'best decision' for their family  

Rachel Luna / Stringer / Getty Images, WPA Pool/Getty Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King defended Prince Harry and Meghan Markle deciding to step down from their royal duties, with Winfrey saying she supports them "1,000 percent." TMZ spoke to the media mogul about whether the big 'step back' was inspiring, and Winfrey said it was nobody's place to judge the couple for making the "best decision" for their family. "When a person has sat and thought about what is the best decision I'm gonna make fo

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2020-01-26 03:56:13



Buying pet food at Costco saves me over $500 a year, and my animals love it, too  

Bethany McCamish My partner and I got our first Costco membership five years ago, and it has changed the way we shop for pet food. With two cats and a huge dog, we go through a lot of food, and shopping at Costco saves us about $500 a year compared to other major retailers. Costco's Kirkland Signature-brand food is very similar to Diamond Naturals' food, and we pay about $0.77 per pound in our local Costco compared to $1.75 a pound for a nearly identical Diamond food on Amazon. You can use

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2020-01-26 03:30:53



How to rise the ranks at Point72; a leaked pitch deck reveals WarnerMedia's aggressive HBO Max strategy; Apple and Amazon could dismantle healthcare as we know it  

    Finance editor Meredith Mazzilli here, taking the final turn as guest host while executive editor Matt Turner wraps up parental leave. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: WeWork went from a $47 billion valuation to a failed IPO. Here's how the company makes money.See Also:The CEO of a private-equity giant that invested alongside SoftBank says it pushed too hard for growth without making the economics work firstBillionaires and heads of state have descende

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2020-01-26 03:29:52



The top 10 highest paid athletes in the world  

Getty/Soccrates Images/Mike Stobe/Icon Sportswire The 10 highest earning athletes in the world took home a combined $941 million each year in wages and sponsorships between June 2018 to June 2019, according to Forbes. Lionel Messi, LeBron James, and Roger Federer are amongst them. See below for the full list, as well as a breakdown of how each superstar earns their money. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. 10: Kevin Durant of the Brooklyn Nets netted a cool $65.4 million.

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2020-01-26 03:14:05



YouTube's resident exotic animal expert explains why he feels most alive when working with reptiles that 'could potentially kill' him  

Brian Barczyk Brian Barczyk is YouTube's resident reptile expert. He has collaborated with several of the platform's biggest creators, and has over 2.4 million subscribers. Barczyk is basically fearless when it comes to animals, even when faced with deadly black mamba snakes or a herd of curious white rhinos. "I never feel more alive than when I'm on the end of something that could potentially kill me," he told Insider. Barczyk is in the process of doubling his animal zoo, where visitors l

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2020-01-26 02:38:31



Donald Trump calls for The New York Times to fire economist Paul Krugman in the latest escalation of their longtime feud  

REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst, REUTERS/Franck Robichon President Donald Trump called for the firing of longtime New York Times columnist Paul Krugman in a tweet on Sunday.  The tweet was the latest escalation in an ongoing war-of-words between the 45th president and the Nobel-prize winning economist. Krugman responded in a tweet Sunday and said it was "kind of amazing how much rent-free space I seem to occupy in Trump's head." Read more on Business Insider's homepage.  President Dona

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2020-01-26 02:37:50



10 shows you should watch if you love 'Fleabag'  

BBC America/Steve Schofield/Netflix Phoebe Waller-Bridge's tragicomedy "Fleabag," which follows a self-destructive, sex-obsessed young woman dealing with grief, loneliness, and faith in London, was one of the biggest shows of 2019. Although the actress confirmed that the show won't return for a third season, there are a number of similar series that you can stream to satisfy your desire for more "Fleabag." Waller-Bridge's other shows ("Crashing" and "Killing Eve") are also filled with her d

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2020-01-26 02:21:20



Donald Trump calls for The New York Times to fire economist Paul Krugman in the latest escalation of their longtime feud  

REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst, REUTERS/Franck Robichon President Donald Trump called for the firing of longtime New York Times columnist Paul Krugman in a tweet on Sunday.  The tweet was the latest escalation in an ongoing war-of-words between the 45th president and the Nobel-prize winning economist. Krugman responded in a tweet Sunday and said it was "kind of amazing how much rent-free space I seem to occupy in Trump's head." Read more on Business Insider's homepage.  President Dona

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2020-01-26 02:20:24



YouTube's resident exotic animal expert explains why he feels most alive when working with reptiles that 'could potentially kill' him  

Brian Barczyk Brian Barczyk is YouTube's resident reptile expert. He has collaborated with several of the platform's biggest creators, and has over 2.4 million subscribers. Barczyk is basically fearless when it comes to animals, even when faced with deadly black mamba snakes or a herd of curious white rhinos. "I never feel more alive than when I'm on the end of something that could potentially kill me," he told Insider. Barczyk is in the process of doubling his animal zoo, where visitors l

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2020-01-26 02:10:11



9 celebrity parents raising gender non-binary and transgender kids  

Dia Dipasupil/FilmMagic/ Getty These 9 celebrities have embraced their gender non-binary and transgender children.  "Bombshell" actor Charlize Theron, NBA player Dwyane Wade, and singer Cher all have children who identify as gender non-binary or transgender.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An increasing number of celebrities are publicly embracing and supporting their gender non-binary and transgender children.  People who are gender non-binary, or gender-nonc

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2020-01-26 02:09:20



A full video has been released showing Trump speaking with donors and calling for the firing of the ambassador to Ukraine  

Associated Press/Mark Lennihan The full cellphone video has been released showing President Donald Trump telling his associated to "take out" the US Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch. The recording was released by the lawyer representing Lev Parnas, a Rudy Giuliani associate. In the recording, Parnas can be heard telling Trump to get rid of Yovanovitch, and Trump can be heard responding, "Get rid of her! Get her out tomorrow." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A

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2020-01-26 01:42:18



Oprah Winfrey is '1,000 percent' supportive of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepping back and said they made the 'best decision' for their family  

Rachel Luna / Stringer / Getty Images, WPA Pool/Getty Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King defended Prince Harry and Meghan Markle deciding to step down from their royal duties, with Winfrey saying she supports them "1,000 percent." TMZ spoke to the media mogul about whether the big 'step back' was inspiring, and Winfrey said it was nobody's place to judge the couple for making the "best decision" for their family. "When a person has sat and thought about what is the best decision I'm gonna make fo

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2020-01-26 01:40:20



Canada has confirmed its first Wuhan coronavirus case in Toronto  

Abdul Latief Apriaman/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Canada has confirmed its first "presumptive" case of the Wuhan coronavirus in a patient in Toronto. Public health officials said in a press conference that the patient is a man in his 50s and is in stable condition. So far, 42 people have died from the coronavirus outbreak, and roughly 1,370 people across the world have been infected. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Canadian public health officials announced Saturday they

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2020-01-25 18:18:06



Wuhan, the center of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, is a major business hub for several international corporations  

toehk at Wuhan, China, is one of China's largest industrial hubs, and several Chinese and international corporations have business operations in this city. Automotive companies like Dongfeng Motor Group, Nissan, Honda, and General Motors have car factories in Wuhan. Major fast food chains like McDonald's, Pizza Hut, and KFC also have branches in Wuhan, and they are suspending business in response to the outbreak. Visit Business Insider's homep

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2020-01-25 17:46:34



Democrats are having a field day after Trump's lawyers accidentally made the strongest case to call witnesses in his impeachment trial  

Reuters President Donald Trump's defense team repeatedly argued on Saturday that there isn't enough evidence to impeach him because Congress hasn't heard from any witnesses who had "direct contact" with the president. Democratic lawmakers seized on those statements, saying they underscore the need to call more firsthand witnesses in Trump's trial. Moreover, while Trump's lawyers complain of not hearing testimony from direct witnesses, the defense could easily solve that problem by retractin

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2020-01-25 17:33:24



8 cities that have been crippled by cyberattacks — and what they did to fight them  

U.S. Air Force/Technical Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo Ransomware attacks have become a worryingly common threat against public systems including schools and local governments as hackers hold critical data and services hostage for massive ransoms.  Major cities like Baltimore and Atlanta have been crippled by such attacks in recent years, and officials have warned that attacks are a disturbing trend that governments must prepare for.  Here are some cities that were crippled by ransomware

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2020-01-25 15:33:41



A financial planner says the most 'financially disastrous' consequence of divorce happens years in the future: retirement  

Courtesy of Ameriprise Financial Group Retirement savings are often destroyed by divorce — retirement accounts can be considered marriage property instead of personal property, and divided between two ex-spouses. Divorced households are seven percentage points more likely not to have enough money for retirement, according to research from Boston College's Center for Retirement Research.  To start understanding where your retirement savings stand after a divorce, a financial plann

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2020-01-25 14:56:53



Recent polls indicate Bernie Sanders has a narrow lead going into the Iowa caucuses, but the contest is still largely up for grabs  

Recent surveys of the Iowa Democratic caucusgoers show Sen. Bernie Sanders in a strong position ahead of the state's February 3 caucuses, but the contest is still unpredictable and largely up for grabs.  A New York Times and Siena College poll conducted from January 20-23 showed Sanders coming in at first place with 25% of likely caucusgoers listing him as their first choice.  That same survey showed 17% of caucusgoers preferring former Vice President Joe Biden, 15% preferring

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2020-01-25 14:19:34



Day 1 of the Trump defense team's opening arguments in his impeachment trial was a masterclass in disinformation  

Reuters President Donald Trump's lawyers took center stage Saturday as they begin opening arguments in his historic impeachment trial. Over the course of roughly two hours, they made more than a dozen false or misleading claims, stated that the president did nothing wrong, and promoted conspiracy theories started by Russia. Scroll down to read coverage of the blockbuster event. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump's lawyers took center stage Saturda

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2020-01-25 14:14:09



Recent polls indicate Bernie Sanders has a narrow lead going into the Iowa caucuses, but the contest is still largely up for grabs  

Recent surveys of the Iowa Democratic caucusgoers show Sen. Bernie Sanders in a strong position ahead of the state's February 3 caucuses, but the contest is still unpredictable and largely up for grabs.  A New York Times and Siena College poll conducted from January 20-23 showed Sanders coming in at first place with 25% of likely caucusgoers listing him as their first choice.  That same survey showed 17% of caucusgoers preferring former Vice President Joe Biden, 15% preferring

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2020-01-25 14:09:47



With a new LA office and a forthcoming creator studio, TikTok is poised to take on Instagram and YouTube (GOOG, FB)  

TikTok Short-form video app TikTok just announced it would open a studio for creators. TikTok, which is owned by the China-based company ByteDance, also recently opened an office in Los Angeles and i for a US CEO. Building up US operations may be a sign that TikTok might be looking to take on social media giants Instagram and YouTube. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Short video app TikTok announced on Wednesday that it would open a content creation studio this summer

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2020-01-25 13:51:43



Louise Linton briefly posted and deleted a message of support for Greta Thunberg, whom her husband Steve Mnuchin dissed at Davos  

Ron Adar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Louise Linton, a Scottish-born actress and wife to US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, briefly posted then deleted a message of support for Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg on her Instagram page. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Mnuchin dismissed Thunberg, who was named Time's 2019 person of the year, as not knowledgeable enough to weigh in on climate issues.  "Is she the chief economist or who is she? I'm confused,"

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2020-01-25 12:46:21



The climate crisis has already wreaked havoc on the US. Here's how we should start getting ready for the next disaster.  

Charlotte Greenfield/Reuters The federal government has taken a back seat instead of leading on the climate crisis, but there are things that other Americans can do. Congress can allocate money for infrastructure to guard against the next climate-related disaster. State and local governments can pass laws to make their communities more resilient against the effects of climate change and impose rules to cut back on carbon emissions. Priscilla Almodovar is CEO of Enterprise Community Partners

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2020-01-25 12:37:36



Experts reveal 11 things you should never spend money on for your wedding day  

Shutterstock Insider asked wedding-industry experts about the things couples should stop wasting money on for their big day.  Favors, photo booths, and champagne toasts are all potentially unnecessary extras.   Some professionals told Insider that elaborate invitations are oftentimes not worth the high price tag.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. It's no secret that a wedding is the most expensive party most people will ever throw.  The special day ca

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2020-01-25 11:49:53



The life and career rise of Instagram head Adam Mosseri, the Facebook exec behind 'like' counts disappearing  

Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunch Adam Mosseri has now been the head of Instagram for over a year, since the photo-sharing app's cofounders abruptly left their jobs at Facebook. Mosseri, 36, has pushed changes on Instagram meant to curb bullying and improve users' mental health. His most notable measure has been testing the removal of public likes from the platform, which could roll out to everyone in 2020. Here's everything you need to know about the head of Instagram: an employee

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2020-01-25 11:47:26



Justin Bieber cried and opened up about his depression at a listening party for his new record, saying 'I don't think I should even be alive'  

Gotham/Getty Images Justin Bieber opened up to a small audience this week about his previous struggles with depression, saying "I don't even think I should be alive never mind thrive," according to Variety. Bieber has had well-documented public struggles since his rise to fame when he was just 16 years old. The admission comes amid Bieber's new music, which kicked off earlier this year with "Yummy," and a new YouTube documentary series.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. J

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2020-01-25 11:14:51



With a new LA office and a forthcoming creator studio, TikTok is poised to take on Instagram and YouTube (GOOG, FB)  

TikTok Short-form video app TikTok just announced it would open a studio for creators. TikTok, which is owned by the China-based company ByteDance, also recently opened an office in Los Angeles and i for a US CEO. Building up US operations may be a sign that TikTok might be looking to take on social media giants Instagram and YouTube. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Short video app TikTok announced on Wednesday that it would open a content creation studio this summer

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2020-01-25 11:14:48



Transit going in and out of Wuhan, China is being shut down to contain coronavirus  

Associated Press Since Thursday, Chinese authorities have shut down transit going in and out of Wuhan to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Other than emergencies, people cannot leave Wuhan using its buses, subways, or ferries. This shutdown comes right before Chinese new year, one of the busiest travel seasons of the year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Chinese authorities are shutting down almost all transit going in and out of Wuhan to contain the coronavirus

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2020-01-25 11:03:57



Day 1 of the Trump defense team's opening arguments in his impeachment trial was a masterclass in disinformation  

Reuters President Donald Trump's lawyers took center stage Saturday as they begin opening arguments in his historic impeachment trial. Over the course of roughly two hours, they made more than a dozen false or misleading claims, stated that the president did nothing wrong, and promoted conspiracy theories started by Russia. Scroll down to read coverage of the blockbuster event. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump's lawyers took center stage Saturda

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2020-01-25 10:54:26



Justin Bieber cried and opened up about his depression at a listening party for his new record, saying 'I don't think I should even be alive'  

Gotham/Getty Images Justin Bieber opened up to a small audience this week about his previous struggles with depression, saying "I don't even think I should be alive never mind thrive," according to Variety. Bieber has had well-documented public struggles since his rise to fame when he was just 16 years old. The admission comes amid Bieber's new music, which kicked off earlier this year with "Yummy," and a new YouTube documentary series.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. J

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2020-01-25 10:39:10



A bizarre account is documenting wax figures of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry traveling through Canada  

Royals Take The 6/Instagram A Twitter account called "Royals Take The 6" is posting photos of wax versions of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle around Toronto. There was also an accompanying Instagram account, which appeared to be deleted on Saturday. It's not immediately clear who — or what organization, brand, or company, if any — is running the account. The wax figures of the duke and duchess have been photographed at Toronto's famous CN Tower observation deck; a local brewery;

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2020-01-25 10:27:17



30 Big Tech Predictions for 2020  

Digital transformation has just begun. Not a single industry is safe from the unstoppable wave of digitization that is sweeping through finance, retail, healthcare, and more. In 2020, we expect to see even more transformative developments that will change our businesses, careers, and lives.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Levi's found a way to make hemp feel like cotton, and it could have big implications for your wardrobeJ.D. Power's annual performance study finds Verizo

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2020-01-25 10:12:58



The White House is reportedly worried that House Democrats will continue to dig up damaging information on Trump after the impeachment trial  

Reuters White House officials are concerned that House Democrats will continue investigations into President Donald Trump even after the impeachment trial into Trump concludes, Politico reported on Saturday. Trump is currently facing trial on two articles of impeachment alleging abuse of office and obstructing Congress over a campaign to pressure the Ukrainian government to investigate his political rivals.  Since Trump was impeached by the House on December 18, a steady stream of new,

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2020-01-25 10:09:26



Here's how Democrats will elect their presidential nominee over the next several months  

Associated Press Between February and June 2020, all 50 US states and several US territories will hold a Democratic primary election or caucus beginning with the Iowa caucuses on February 3. The Democratic nominee will be formally selected at the Democratic National Convention, which will take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in mid-July, by delegates elected in primaries. But even though the nominee will be formally picked then, we'll probably know who wins much earlier than that: 90% of pled

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2020-01-25 10:05:23



China has banned its citizens from booking overseas tours and purchasing overseas hotels and flight packages amid the Wuhan coronavirus that has killed 42  

Associated Press The Chinese government on Saturday announced a ban on overseas tours and the purchase of flights and hotels abroad, according to a report from The New York Times. The move comes as the government works to limit the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus that has so far killed 42 both within its borders and abroad.  Buses to and from the country's capital city of Beijing have also been restricted. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. China on Saturday banned

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2020-01-25 09:54:22



Transit going in and out of Wuhan, China is being shut down to contain coronavirus  

Associated Press Since Thursday, Chinese authorities have shut down transit going in and out of Wuhan to contain the coronavirus outbreak. Other than emergencies, people cannot leave Wuhan using its buses, subways, or ferries. This shutdown comes right before Chinese new year, one of the busiest travel seasons of the year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Chinese authorities are shutting down almost all transit going in and out of Wuhan to contain the coronavirus

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2020-01-25 09:43:44



Some pastas are now considered vegetables under Trump's new school lunch guidelines  

Mara Auster/Digital First Media/Boulder Daily Camera via Getty Images Under new school lunch guidelines released by the US Department of Agriculture, pastas made with potato, soy, or other starchy vegetable-based flours will be considered vegetable servings. Even if the included types of pasta aren't served with a recognizable veggie on the side, the pasta itself is still considered a serving of a vegetable, under the new rules. The new guidelines, implemented under the Trump administration

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2020-01-25 09:42:23



The climate crisis has already wreaked havoc on the US. Here's how we should start getting ready for the next disaster.  

Charlotte Greenfield/Reuters The federal government has taken a back seat instead of leading on the climate crisis, but there are things that other Americans can do. Congress can allocate money for infrastructure to guard against the next climate-related disaster. State and local governments can pass laws to make their communities more resilient against the effects of climate change and impose rules to cut back on carbon emissions. Priscilla Almodovar is CEO of Enterprise Community Partners

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2020-01-25 09:24:15



Xi Jinping warned of the 'grave situation' created by the 'accelerating' spread of coronavirus  

Damir Sagolj/Reuters Chinese President Xi Jinping warned of the "grave situation" posed by the deadly coronavirus outbreak and promised ramped-up measures were coming from the government to address and contain the virus. Multiple reports said Xi announced the government was establishing a task force to address the crisis, and citizens could expect increased monitoring of public spaces and more resources opening up in affected areas.  As 12 cities were officially put on lockdown, citize

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2020-01-25 08:31:54



A financial planner says the most 'financially disastrous' consequence of divorce happens years in the future: retirement  

Courtesy of Ameriprise Financial Group Retirement savings are often destroyed by divorce — retirement accounts can be considered marriage property instead of personal property, and divided between two ex-spouses. Divorced households are seven percentage points more likely not to have enough money for retirement, according to research from Boston College's Center for Retirement Research.  To start understanding where your retirement savings stand after a divorce, a financial plann

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2020-01-25 08:20:03



I played with new TikTok competitor Byte and it has one major flaw that could hurt the app  

Screenshot Byte/julen Vine's successor Byte has officially launched, and it's competing with TikTok to become the short video-sharing platform of choice. Like Vine, Byte lets creators upload 6-second looping videos, and you can "Rebyte" videos onto your personal profile, unlike TikTok. But TikToks are incredibly easy to share on other platforms, and you can link to individual TikToks and people's TikTok pages.   There are no links on Byte yet, and it's difficult to share a video

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2020-01-25 08:15:13



Photos show Kylie Jenner took Stormi to Disney for the first time as an early present for her 2nd birthday  

Kylie Jenner/Instagram Kylie Jenner took her daughter, Stormi, to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, for the first time as an early birthday celebration. Stormi turns 2 years old on February 1. Jenner shared photos of Stormi's birthday trip on Instagram, from snapshots of the toddler in a Fendi stroller to the mother-daughter-duo wearing matching tie-dye outfits in the park. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Stormi Webster, the daughter of Kylie Jenner and rapper Travis Sco

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2020-01-25 08:09:37



A Canadian water taxi driver says he refused to take a Japanese television crew to Prince Harry and Meghan's rumored Vancouver Island property  

Samir Hussein/WireImage; JeniFoto / Shutterstock A water taxi driver told CBC radio host Carol Off that he refused to transport employees of a Japanese television company to a Vancouver Island home that's believed to be property of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The driver, Miles Arsenault, said when he found out the crew's trip was in connection to Prince Harry and Markle, he told them: "You're going to have to find yourself another water taxi company." Arsenault said the $300 he would've

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2020-01-25 07:55:18



15 pictures of hilariously groomed pets that will make your day  

Mike Segar/Reuters Dogs are carefully groomed for dog shows around the world. Pet groomers also specialize in giving dogs and other animals flat-top hairstyles or dyeing their hair. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Pet groomers specialize in styling dogs and other animals and fluffing and trimming their fur to perfection to help them look their best. Here are 15 photos of perfectly groomed pets from shows and pet stores around the world. Brace yourself for high levels of cuten

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2020-01-25 07:51:54



Here's how Democrats will elect their presidential nominee over the next several months  

Associated Press Between February and June 2020, all 50 US states and several US territories will hold a Democratic primary election or caucus beginning with the Iowa caucuses on February 3. The Democratic nominee will be formally selected at the Democratic National Convention, which will take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in mid-July, by delegates elected in primaries. But even though the nominee will be formally picked then, we'll probably know who wins much earlier than that: 90% of pled

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2020-01-25 07:27:54



A bizarre account is documenting wax figures of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry traveling through Canada  

Royals Take The 6/Instagram A Twitter account called "Royals Take The 6" is posting photos of wax versions of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle around Toronto. There was also an accompanying Instagram account, which appeared to be deleted on Saturday. It's not immediately clear who — or what organization, brand, or company, if any — is running the account. The wax figures of the duke and duchess have been photographed at Toronto's famous CN Tower observation deck; a local brewery;

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2020-01-25 07:19:03



I flew both business class and economy on Saudi Arabia's state-owned airline Saudia. Here's what it was like.  

Bill Bostock/Business Insider Earlier this month I got to fly business class from London to Riyadh on Saudi Arabia's government airline, Saudia. I also took a connecting internal flight with Saudia in economy class to AlUla, in the kingdom's northern provinces.  Here's what it was like to fly in both cabins, and experience Arabian airline hospitality first hand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Earlier this month, I got to fly business class from London to Riyadh

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2020-01-25 06:55:44



A New York teen got 40,000 people to sign a petition to move the Super Bowl to Saturdays  

Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images A New York teen has amassed more than 40,000 signatures on a petition to move the Super Bowl to Saturdays. Frankie Ruggeri wants the change so more kids (and adults) can stay up late without consequences come Monday. Fans have asked for this for a long time. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said last year that it probably won't happen. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A 16-year-old boy in New York who is lobbying the NFL to move the Super Bowl

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2020-01-25 06:47:20



An illustrator who drew Prince Harry and Meghan as Beyoncé and Jay-Z at The Louvre explains his inspiration behind the viral art  

Obi Arisukwu/Provided An artist's illustration of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry has gone viral on social media following their announcement they are stepping back from their royal duties in 2020. The illustration portrays the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as Beyoncé and Jay-Z from their 2018 video for "Apesh*t."  Obi Arisukwu, who created the illustration, said he was inspired to make it after Beyoncé and Jay-Z had accepted a Brit Award last year and gave a nod to Markle in

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2020-01-25 06:47:09



Iowa's biggest newspaper just endorsed Elizabeth Warren ahead of the state's February 3 caucuses  

Reuters The Des Moines Register, Iowa's largest and most influential newspaper, unveiled its endorsement of  Sen. Elizabeth Warren ahead of the state's caucus on February 3. "She is a thinker, a policy wonk and a hard worker," the paper's editorial board wrote. "At this moment, when the very fabric of American life is at stake, Elizabeth Warren is the president this nation needs." The Register said that its five-person editorial board interviewed nine current Democratic candidates for

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2020-01-25 06:40:34



Camel milk can cost $30 a litre. Why is it so expensive?  

Camel milk can cost you 30 times the price of cow milk. The milk is popular across the Middle East and Africa, with 64% of the worldwide camel milk production coming from Somalia and Kenya. Camels produce far less milk than cows, and they have much longer gestation periods. Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: Camel milk can cost you $30 per liter. Compare that to cow's milk, and it's almost 30 times the price. But for hundreds of years, camels have been used to produce mil

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2020-01-25 06:18:58



A video proves that James Corden doesn't always drive during 'Carpool Karaoke,' and fans are saying they 'haven't felt this betrayed since finding out Santa Claus isn't real'  

Twitter @zolihonig & The Late Late Show with James Corden A video posted to Twitter on Thursday proved that James Corden isn't always actually driving during his "Carpool Karaoke" segments on CBS' "The Late Late Show."  Waive founder Zoli Honig shared the video, which shows the car containing Corden and Justin Bieber being towed by a truck. The video has since been retweeted more than 100,000 times, with some fans expressing their shock at the news, saying they "feel lied to." Ho

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2020-01-25 06:03:40



Hospital staff in Wuhan are wearing adult diapers because they don't have time to pee while caring for an overwhelming number of coronavirus patients  

STR/AFP via Getty Images Hospital staff in Wuhan are wearing diapers while working, because they don't have time to use the bathroom in between treating coronavirus patients. The city of Wuhan went under quarantine earlier this week, leaving local hospitals alone to care for an overwhelming number of patients at the epicenter of the novel coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, outbreak. The outbreak is taking a toll on patients and doctors alike as medical staff live in fear of contracting the disease the

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2020-01-25 05:45:18



Xi Jinping warned of the 'grave situation' created by the 'accelerating' spread of coronavirus  

Damir Sagolj/Reuters Chinese President Xi Jinping warned of the "grave situation" posed by the deadly coronavirus outbreak and promised ramped-up measures were coming from the government to address and contain the virus. Multiple reports said Xi announced the government was establishing a task force to address the crisis, and citizens could expect increased monitoring of public spaces and more resources opening up in affected areas.  As 12 cities were officially put on lockdown, citize

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2020-01-25 05:33:52



I flew both business class and economy on Saudi Arabia's state-owned airline Saudia. Here's what it was like.  

Bill Bostock/Business Insider Earlier this month I got to fly business class from London to Riyadh on Saudi Arabia's government airline, Saudia. I also took a connecting internal flight with Saudia in economy class to AlUla, in the kingdom's northern provinces.  Here's what it was like to fly in both cabins, and experience Arabian airline hospitality first hand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Earlier this month, I got to fly business class from London to Riyadh

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2020-01-25 05:22:23



UK public health officials are searching for 2,000 people who flew from Wuhan after coronavirus reached Europe  

ROSLAN RAHMAN/AFP via Getty Images Public health officials are tracking 2,000 people who flew from Wuhan, central China, into the United Kingdom as authorities rush to contain the coronavirus.  More than 30 people were reportedly tested by English public health authorities after the virus was confirmed in nearby Europe, and all were confirmed as negative for the virus. Novel coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, has killed 41 near the Chinese province marked as the epicenter of the outbreak, sick

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2020-01-25 05:21:40



Chinese people are turning on the government as the coronavirus outbreak spirals into the Lunar New Year  

THE CENTRAL HOSPITAL OF WUHAN VIA WEIBO /via REUTERS Friday and Saturday are meant to be the most festive days of China's year. Instead they are stalked by fear and anxiety. As the coronavirus outbreak centered in Wuhan has spread, ordinary Chinese people are increasingly turning of local officials — a rare step in the authoritarian nation. They cite hardship from a massive, 12-city lock down, as well as a complacent early response from officials. Many are calling on the central gove

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2020-01-25 04:46:17



14 photos inside Universal Studios Hollywood's Lunar New Year celebration where there's a pop-up 'Kung Fu Panda' restaurant  

Kirsten Acuna/Insider From now through February 9, 2020 Universal Studios Hollywood in California is celebrating Lunar New Year. I previewed the event as it opened to the public Thursday. The park has a lot of characters for guests to interact with, drawing sessions, and a "Kung Fu Panda"-themed restaurant pop-up called Mr. Ping's Noodles. I was thoroughly impressed with the number of characters available to greet fans all at once in different areas. Visit Insider's homepage for more stor

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2020-01-25 04:45:58



Experts reveal 11 things you should never spend money on for your wedding day  

Shutterstock Insider asked wedding-industry experts about the things couples should stop wasting money on for their big day.  Favors, photo booths, and champagne toasts are all potentially unnecessary extras.   Some professionals told Insider that elaborate invitations are oftentimes not worth the high price tag.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. It's no secret that a wedding is the most expensive party most people will ever throw.  The special day ca

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2020-01-25 04:25:15



SpaceX is launching 'dark satellites' to stop its Starlink project from wreaking havoc with astronomical research. Astronomers are skeptical.  

Mike Blake/Reuters Elon Musk's space exploration company, SpaceX, plans to launch up to 42,000 satellites into orbit to beam internet down to remote parts of the Earth. SpaceX has already put close to 200 Starlink satellites into orbit, and astronomers say their observations of space are being affected by bright streaks of light caused by the reflective spacecraft. SpaceX said it would solve the problem by putting a dark coating on future satellites. However, it's an extremely difficult fe

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2020-01-25 04:16:36



'Take her out': New recording appears to feature an angry Trump telling associates to 'get rid of' the US's ambassador to Ukraine after he was told she bad-mouthed him  

Associated Press President Donald Trump appeared to order associates to "get rid" of Marie Yovanovitch, the US's ambassador to Ukraine, during a dinner in April 2018, according to a recording published by ABC News. "Get her out tomorrow. I don't care. Get her out tomorrow. Take her out. OK? Do it," Trump appears to say of Yovanovitch. The conversation reportedly took place at Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC, and also involved Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, two associates of Rudy Gi

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2020-01-25 04:16:32



A celebrity personal trainer says intermittent fasting is bad for weight loss, and that you should eat every 2 to 3 hours instead  

Camila Goodis A celebrity trainer told Insider she thinks intermittent fasting is a bad strategy for weight loss because it's not sustainable. Camila Goodis, who has trained Adele, Sofia Vergara, and Robbie Williams, believes you should eat at least six times a day consuming something small every two to three hours.  She also advises those looking to lose fat to avoid eating out at all costs because she "doesn't trust restaurants." Visit Insider's homepage for more.  Intermitt

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2020-01-25 04:13:27



Hospital staff in Wuhan are wearing adult diapers because they don't have time to pee while caring for an overwhelming number of coronavirus patients  

STR/AFP via Getty Images Hospital staff in Wuhan are wearing diapers while working, because they don't have time to use the bathroom in between treating coronavirus patients. The city of Wuhan went under quarantine earlier this week, leaving local hospitals alone to care for an overwhelming number of patients at the epicenter of the novel coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, outbreak. The outbreak is taking a toll on patients and doctors alike as medical staff live in fear of contracting the disease the

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2020-01-25 04:05:34



SpaceX is launching 'dark satellites' to stop its Starlink project from wreaking havoc with astronomical research. Astronomers are skeptical.  

Mike Blake/Reuters Elon Musk's space exploration company, SpaceX, plans to launch up to 42,000 satellites into orbit to beam internet down to remote parts of the Earth. SpaceX has already put close to 200 Starlink satellites into orbit, and astronomers say their observations of space are being affected by bright streaks of light caused by the reflective spacecraft. SpaceX said it would solve the problem by putting a dark coating on future satellites. However, it's an extremely difficult fe

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2020-01-25 03:57:17



14 photos inside Universal Studios Hollywood's Lunar New Year celebration where there's a pop-up 'Kung Fu Panda' restaurant  

Kirsten Acuna/Insider From now through February 9, 2020 Universal Studios Hollywood in California is celebrating Lunar New Year. I previewed the event as it opened to the public Thursday. The park has a lot of characters for guests to interact with, drawing sessions, and a "Kung Fu Panda"-themed restaurant pop-up called Mr. Ping's Noodles. I was thoroughly impressed with the number of characters available to greet fans all at once in different areas. Visit Insider's homepage for more stor

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2020-01-25 03:55:07



A New York teen got 40,000 people to sign a petition to move the Super Bowl to Saturdays  

Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images A New York teen has amassed more than 40,000 signatures on a petition to move the Super Bowl to Saturdays. Frankie Ruggeri wants the change so more kids (and adults) can stay up late without consequences come Monday. Fans have asked for this for a long time. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said last year that it probably won't happen. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A 16-year-old boy in New York who is lobbying the NFL to move the Super Bowl

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2020-01-25 03:13:49



30 Big Tech Predictions for 2020  

Digital transformation has just begun. Not a single industry is safe from the unstoppable wave of digitization that is sweeping through finance, retail, healthcare, and more. In 2020, we expect to see even more transformative developments that will change our businesses, careers, and lives.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Levi's found a way to make hemp feel like cotton, and it could have big implications for your wardrobeJ.D. Power's annual performance study finds Verizo

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2020-01-25 03:12:26



Mike Pompeo accused a veteran NPR reporter of 'lying,' being 'unhinged,' and misidentifying Bangladesh for Ukraine on a map  

Reuters In a Saturday statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused an NPR host and veteran reporter of lying, being an example of the "unhinged" media, and misidentifying Bangladesh as Ukraine on a map.  On Friday, NPR's "All Things Considered" host Mary Louise Kelly interviewed Pompeo, and asked him questions about the United States' support for Ukraine and the ouster of former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. But Kelly said that after the interview, Pompeo yelled at h

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2020-01-25 03:04:48



A Canadian water taxi driver says he refused to take a Japanese television crew to Prince Harry and Meghan's rumored Vancouver Island property  

Samir Hussein/WireImage; JeniFoto / Shutterstock A water taxi driver told CBC radio host Carol Off that he refused to transport employees of a Japanese television company to a Vancouver Island home that's believed to be property of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The driver, Miles Arsenault, said when he found out the crew's trip was in connection to Prince Harry and Markle, he told them: "You're going to have to find yourself another water taxi company." Arsenault said the $300 he would've

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2020-01-25 02:57:31



Here's the album that won the Grammy the year you were born  

Steve Granitz/Getty Images/Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for NARAS/Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP/ There have been 61 Best Album of the Year winners since the first Grammys ceremony in 1959. Frank Sinatra and Stevie Wonder are tied for the most Best Album of the Year wins with three each. 2017 winner Adele has won twice, as has Taylor Swift, Paul Simon, and U2. Scroll down to see the album awarded the coveted Grammy from every year. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. 1959: Henry Man

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2020-01-25 02:56:53



Tana Mongeau debated with her different personalities in a comedy sketch for the commercial of her new perfume 'Tana by Tana'  

YouTuber Tana Mongeau dropped a perfume commercial that traded the traditional sleek, sexy imagery of perfume ads for a comedy sketch about her various personalities.  Mongeau previously teased "Tana by Tana," leading fans to guess in advance that the item would be a perfume – and some people joked about what a Mongeau-inspired scent would be.  The commercial features a table of Tanas arguing about what the name of the perfume should be, and includes a drunk Tana, a cryin

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2020-01-25 02:50:59



Camel milk can cost $30 a litre. Why is it so expensive?  

Camel milk can cost you 30 times the price of cow milk. The milk is popular across the Middle East and Africa, with 64% of the worldwide camel milk production coming from Somalia and Kenya. Camels produce far less milk than cows, and they have much longer gestation periods. Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: Camel milk can cost you $30 per liter. Compare that to cow's milk, and it's almost 30 times the price. But for hundreds of years, camels have been used to produce mil

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2020-01-25 02:34:54






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