The Bustle Huddle: What Bustle's Editors Are Talking About On Sept. 6

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Happy hump day, everyone! There's a lot to unpack today, from the latest news regarding Hurricane Irma and DACA to Russia hackings and Dancing With the Stars. Read on for a recap of everything that had Bustle's editors talking today, Wednesday, Sept. 6:

Hurricane Irma + New Updates

Early Wednesday morning, Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Caribbean, but the storm's power is just beginning to become clear. The Category 5 storm is truly terrifying, and this video of Irma from space shows how massive its force could be in places like Florida and the Caribbean. Here's how to watch Irma in real time to keep track of the storm's progress and make sure you're safe if you live in an affected area.

Quote Of The Day: "It looks like it could be something that will be not good." — President Trump, about Irma. Understatement, much?

Russia + A Massive Hacking

In disturbing news, Russians have reportedly hacked dozens of U.S. power companies, obtaining a huge level of access to the American grid. According to Symantec, the hacking was state-sponsored by a group called Dragonfly 2.0, which cybersecurity firms have linked to Russia. Right now, there's reportedly no evidence of a threat to the public, but this news is still seriously scary.

Heads Up: Here's why everyone is freaking out about this live-action Aladdin casting news.

Dancing With the Stars + The New Cast

The Dancing With the Stars Season 25 cast has been announced, and this list is packed with talent. From Pretty Little Liars actor Sasha Pieterse to singer Nick Lachey to Malcolm In The Middle star Frankie Muniz, the lineup for next season has some seriously impressive picks. Sept. 18, hurry up please.

Baby News: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are reportedly having a third child, via surrogate. Congrats, Kimye!

Starbucks + An Awesome New Initiative

This is very, very cool: Starbucks is paying for in vitro fertilization for its female employees. Under this new initiative, both full- and part-time workers can receive up to $20,000 to pay for the expensive procedure and required medications. Way to go, Starbucks — this is seriously awesome stuff.

Shopping Break: Whether you're headed back to school or you just want to get back on track, these 13 goal setting journals can help you optimize your schedule.

Today's WTF Moment: A pregnant woman claims she was refused service at a restaurant because she was wearing a crop top. Ugh.

What to Watch: Tune in to a new episode of Younger on TVLand at 10 to see what new drama is in store for Liza, Josh, Kelsey, and the rest.