Good evening! Catch up on some of the main headlines on Thursday, Feb 20.
Coronavirus: Five Singaporeans on quarantined cruise ship well, amid rising infections and two deaths
More than 600 passengers have tested positive for the Covid-19 disease.
Coronavirus: ICA issues 77 stay-home notices within 12 hours of scheme kicking in
These notices were issued to Singapore residents, long-term pass holders and foreign workers who have travelled to mainland China in the last 14 days.
Income inequality in Singapore falls to lowest level in almost two decades as household incomes rise
Income for the bulk of households rose by up to 5.6 per cent while the top 10 per cent saw their income grow just 0.4 per cent.
6 SAF servicemen charged in military court over NSF Dave Lee's death: Mindef
Mindef said the police had referred the six servicemen to Mindef for investigation into potential breaches of military law surrounding the events in relation to Corporal First Class (CFC) Lee's death.
Malaysia's leadership to meet but doubts over Mahathir-Anwar pact remain
Pro-Anwar leaders want to push for a handover date to be set on Friday, but Dr Mahathir has distanced himself from such a discussion.
Malaysia 1MDB fugitive Jho Low spotted in virus-hit Wuhan, says police
It was unclear if he had left before Chinese authorities imposed a lockdown.
Debate night ends honeymoon phase for Bloomberg's presidential race
Mr Bloomberg remains a serious contender who moderate Democrats and skittish Republicans could still coalesce around.
Silicon Valley inventor of 'cut, copy and paste' dies
Bronx-born Lawrence "Larry" Tesler died this week at age 74, according to Xerox, where he spent part of his career.
Actress Tan Kheng Hua, 57, gets new Hollywood breakthrough, cast in pilot of Kung Fu reboot
The original Kung Fu was a martial arts-western drama that ran for three seasons in the 1970s, starring David Carradine.
Olympics: London can host 2020 Games if moved over coronavirus, says mayoral candidate
With London having hosted the 2012 Games, Shaun Bailey, the Conservative candidate for mayor, said it was well placed to step in for Tokyo if needed.