The backlash from Zahid's jibe about Mahathir's lineage.
Lim Kit Siang poses the question of why Malaysian can't be like Pakistan or South Korea where their courts take firm action without fear or favour against their own elected leaders, and why can't Najib emulate Lee Hsien Loong in answering controversial questions in Parliament.
In the Kim Jong-nam murder case, Siti's lawyer says "James" should not have been allowed to leave Malaysia.
Chinese actress Fan Bingbing sues fugitive tycoon Guo Wengui over claims she slept with China's Anti-Corruption Chief Wang Qishan.
Police believe Pastor Raymond Koh might be a victim of human traffickers.
Siti Kassim has received rape and death threats.
MACC arrests two over FIC's London hotel purchase.
NGOs Suaram and C4 want the MACC to reopen the case on the Scorpene deal.
A survey by Invoke shows that voters are more concerned about bread-and-butter issues than scandals and controversies.
The Transitional Justice Working Group (TJWG) has released a report on public executions in North Korea based on interviews with 375 defectors.