Imitating the voice of friends and family members is the latest tactic being used by online fraudsters to deceive their victims into lending them money.
Anwar Ibrahim has refuted reports claiming that he will quit as PH Council chairman if he failed to secure a majority in Parliament.
The Foreign Ministry can play a role in bringing back Jho Low if the police are able to provide his exact whereabouts in China.
The PDRM have reopened investigations into the death of Teoh Beng Hock.
The mother of the late Dutch model Ivana Smit has filed a lawsuit against the police and the Malaysian government.
Over half a million "special approvals" were issued between 2016 and 2018 for foreign workers' admission into the country.
Nora Anne Quoirin’s body showed no serious injuries.
The authorities are still investigating the alleged mismanagement of Muslim pilgrim savings fund Tabung Haji.
Ng blames Goldman's doing business with Low on his former boss, Tim Leissner, an ex-Goldman banker who he says is a central figure in the scheme.
The Dusun Resort former manager, Helen Todd today told the Seremban Coroner’s Court that the resort was a safe place.
The Amalgamated Union of Employees in Government Clerical and Allied Services slammed a news portal for misidentifying a civil servant as a clerk.
Two senior army officers were charged at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court today with CBT involving funds of about RM1 million, four years ago.
Investigators are baffled as to how individuals with criminal records are able to enter the civil service.