Scuffle during TN50 dialogue with PM's attendance
A scuffle between movie producer David Teo and Sulaiman Yassin broke out during a National Transformation 20150 (TN50) dialogue with artistes in Putrajaya on May 17. The prime minister attended the event.
Angry public confront and assault fallen snatch thief
A snatch thief who attempted to rob a gold chain from an Indian tourist was nabbed and beaten by the passersby in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday.
125 illegals nabbed in raid
About 125 illegal immigrants were nabbed in a raid as the Immigration Department stepped up its enforcement ahead of the deadline for the Enforcement Card registration.
Chinese badminton player Lin Dan threatens Guangzhou Yueyu
Chinese badminton player Lin Dan has threatened to take legal action over his club, Guangzhou Yueyu, after he and other team members were not getting paid in their participation in the China Badminton Super.
1.2 million contraband cigarettes seized
The Terengganu Customs Department seized a total of 1.2 million contraband cigarettes worth RM864,960 from a lorry in Kampung Petaling, Kuala Nerus on Tuesday morning.
Surgeon-nurse brawl breaks out in operating room in China
A medical surgeon appeared to have thrown punches at a nurse in a bizarre fight in an operating room in China on May 12.
Twenty-eight men plead guilty to going nude
Twenty-eight men, mostly college students, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to the charge of going nude in a game during a motivational camp at the Selesa Hills Homes and Golf Resort in Pahang in January 2017.
Two OCPDs, four senior cops remanded for allegedly protecting vice dens
Six senior police officers serving in Melaka have been remanded on suspicion of providing protection to illegal gambling dens and massage parlours.
Trader jailed for sending a lewd photo to R.AGE journalist
A 38-year-old night market trader was sentenced to seven months jail by the Petaling Jaya magistrate\'s court for sending a lewd photo to a R.AGE journalist posing as an underage girl.
Eduardo Vingada is new national football coach
Portuguese football coach Eduardo Vingada has been named the new coach of Malaysia\'s national football team. Football Association of Malaysia president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim wants him to play the role of a teacher as well.
Small plane carrying four people goes missing in Bermuda Triangle
A search is underway after a small aircraft carrying four people aboard vanished near the Bahamas on Monday.
Flood-hit residents prepare for the worst
The flash flood which hit Ringlet on Tuesday evening may have receded but residents at Kampung Baru Ringlet are preparing for the worst if heavy rain hits the area again.
US lawmakers demand FBI hand over Trump-Comey memo
US House Oversight Committee chairman Jason Chaffetz gives the FBI until May 24 to hand over records of conversations between US President Donald Trump and former FBI director James Comey.
Probe begins on ex-Pujut rep's dual citizenship
Deputy Home Minister Datuk Masir Kujat was quoted by Borneo Post as saying that the ministry had begun its probe on the purported dual citizenship of Dr Ting Tiong Choon who was disqualified as a member of the Sarawak legislative assembly on May 12.
Granting prosecution power to MACC is one of the manifesto of Pakatan Harapan
Amanah deputy president Salahuddin Ayub said one of the Pakatan Harapan\'s aims is to grant prosecution power to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission should the Opposition coalition win in the upcoming general election.
French Open host snubs Sharapova
Russia\'s tennis superstar Maria Sharapova has not been awarded a wild card entry to the French Open later this month. She now faces challenges in her road to resurgence after her 15-month doping ban.
Mexican journalists protest over attack on newspaper workers
Mexican journalists gathered in Mexico City on Tuesday to protest against the killings of fellow journalists in the wake of the death of renowned journalist Javier Valdez.
Cholera spread adds to Yemen's misery
An outspread of cholera has killed over 180 people in Yemen and is exacerbating one of the worst humanitarian crisis.
Fate of three PAS excos to be decided after Selangor MB's return
PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said that the party would only decide the fate of the three excos from PAS in the Selangor government after discussing the matter with Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali.
US teen dies after drinking caffeine too quickly, says coroner
Sixteen-year-old Davis Allen Cripe collapsed in a Columbia high school in South Carolina in April and later died, according to a coroner, because he drank several highly-caffeinated drinks too quickly.
Surgeon-nurse brawl breaks out in operating theatre in China
A medical surgeon appeared to have thrown punches at a nurse in a bizarre fight in an operating theatre in China on May 12.