Anwar Ibrahim today reminded the MACC to not solely focus on digging up dirt on the former administration, but also monitor members in the current government.
Harapan government’s efforts beginning to bear fruit.
Christian and Hindu leaders baffled with Mujahid after his recent meeting with Zakir Naik, as it could be seen as approving the latter’s controversial preaching.
An illegal factory owner involved in recycling tyres in Kulai is expected to be charged in connection with the dumping of toxic waste into Sg Kim Kim.
The mandatory death penalty for 11 criminal offences are to be repealed and substituted with the death penalty imposed at the discretion of the court.
Dennis Ignatius on a racist creed that has no place in a multicultural constitutional democracy like ours.
The IMU will conduct an internal investigation after a student allegedly made inappropriate comments on FB over the death of Emily Kong.
Alister Cogia and Mohamad Yazid Kong Abdullah jailed for insulting Islam and Prophet.
Grilled in Germany over our policy on gays and Jews ahead of travel fair, minister allegedly said “no such thing in Malaysia”.
Families of deceased PH reps demand apology from BN man over insensitive “deaths are a sign” remark.
Datuk Seri Redzuan Md Yusof said "first-ever flying car" would be unveiled soon.
PAS today demanded the Pakatan Harapan (PH) federal government step up its pace to rein in provocateurs against Islam if it does not want another “monster” rally of the ummah on its hands.
Most Malaysians blissfully unaware that Malaysia increasingly the destination of choice for men seeking underage sex.
Judge Hamid Sultan has declined to have his statement recorded by the MACC on his claims of judicial misconduct.
A year after the death of an Indonesian maid who was forced to sleep outside next to a dog, her mother called for justice.