• Philippines' Duterte tells worried foreign businesses to go

    President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday urged foreign businesses in the Philippines worried about his deadly drug war to "pack up and leave", as he launched another anti-American tirade before flying to Japan to attract investments.

    AFP News 14 mins ago
  • 4 killed on river rapids ride at Australian theme park

    SYDNEY (AP) — Four people were killed on Tuesday in an accident at a popular theme park on Australia's east coast, officials said.

    Associated Press
  • After Muslim complaint, Ninja Joe says will rename ‘P. Ramly’ pork burger

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 25 ― Ninja Joe has decided to change the name of their “P. Ramly” pork burger and remove posters of the product after a Muslim consumer group found it offensive. The local...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Lady Gaga: 'Stylist stuck my underwear to my private parts'

    Lady Gaga toned down her outfits for a while but now seems to be back to her colourful, eclectic best.

    Cover Media
  • Property prices to fall with rising unemployment

    DBS Vickers Securities expects private property prices to fall as the unemployment rate in Singapore increases, media reports said. The property market is expected to move in two directions,...

    Property Guru
  • Poll: Clinton gaining ground with young voters

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Liane Golightly has finally decided who she'll vote for on Election Day. Hillary Clinton is not a choice the 30-year-old Republican would have predicted, nor one that excites her. But the former supporter of Ohio Gov. John Kasich says it's the only choice she can make.

    Associated Press
  • Sepang circuit, government urge end to F1 in Malaysia

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Formula One could be on its way out of Malaysia after the country's sports minister said "we should stop hosting" the grand prix and the chief of the Sepang International Circuit inferred the dominance of Mercedes had stripped the sport of its excitement.

    Associated Press
  • Report warns against half-truths in property market

    In addressing some ‘half-truths’ about the Singapore property market, financial services group Nomura has warned the public not to believe the hype about a property pick-up in the city-state, media reports said...

    Property Guru
  • Ex-attorney general sentenced to jail, then cuffed in court

    NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Former state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, once a rising star in state politics, left a courtroom in handcuffs on Monday after getting a 10- to 23-month sentence for a retaliation scheme a judge linked to her all-consuming ego.

    Associated Press
  • Mourinho slams Man Utd's 'incredible mistakes'

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho accused his players of making "incredible mistakes" after they lost 4-0 to Chelsea on his return to his former club on Sunday. Goals from Pedro Rodriguez, after 30 seconds, Gary Cahill, Eden Hazard and N'Golo Kante condemned Mourinho to his heaviest defeat since Real Madrid's 5-0 demolition by Barcelona in November 2010. It left United seventh in the Premier League table, five points below Chelsea, who climbed to fourth, and six points behind leaders Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool.

    AFP News
  • Is Ampang tower project yours or Sabah’s? Musa Aman asked

    KOTA KINABALU, Oct 25 — Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman must explain his involvement in a commercial high rise development in Ampang Hilir, Kuala Lumpur which lists him as the...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Britney Spears suffers wardrobe malfunction onstage

    One of Britney Spears' male dancers lent her his plaid shirt to help her get through the set with her modesty intact.

    Cover Media
  • Surfer bitten by shark at beach; says 'came out of nowhere'

    HONOLULU (AP) — A surfer says he's grateful to be recovering in a Maui hospital after a shark bit him — even though the attack forced him and his wife to postpone their honeymoon.

    Associated Press
  • Threatened in Mosul, Islamic State uses alternative tactics

    BAGHDAD (AP) — Dozens of Islamic State fighters struck at dawn, storming government and security compounds in and around the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk last week, in a coordinated assault more than 100 miles (160 kilometers) from the front lines of the Mosul offensive.

    Associated Press
  • The 17 most powerful LGBT+ executives in the world

    Reuters / Bobby Yip Gigi Chao, vice chairman … Continued The post The 17 most powerful LGBT+ executives in the world appeared first on Business Insider.

    Business Insider
  • Tata stocks fall after chairman Mistry ousted

    Shares in Tata Sons companies fell in early trade on Tuesday after India's biggest conglomerate shocked the Indian business world and abruptly sacked its chairman Cyrus Mistry. In a statement Tata Sons, the holding company of the massive $100 billion Tata Group, said Monday its board had voted to replace Mistry, four years after he became its first chief from outside the immediate Tata family. It added that 78-year-old Ratan Tata, one of India's most famous industrialists, would return to the helm of the company until a successor is found, which would likely to take four months.

    AFP News
  • Samsung's prestige takes another hit over lawsuit

    A South Korean law firm said Tuesday that it expected thousands more people to join a class action lawsuit seeking compensation from Samsung over its combusting Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. Seoul-based Harvest Law filed the initial suit on Monday on behalf of 527 Note 7 buyers -- demanding 500,000 won (US$440) per plaintiff for time and effort lost during a chaotic recall process that turned into a PR nightmare for the world's largest smartphone maker. Although the sums involved -- even when accumulated -- are tiny for a giant like Samsung, the lawsuit illustrates the dent the Note 7 fiasco has made in the prestige of a company used to be being treated as corporate royalty in South Korea.

    AFP News
  • Coffee shop, restaurant owners against separate storage space for alcohol

    GEORGE TOWN, Oct 25 — Coffee shops and restaurants will have to stock their alcoholic beverages in separate refrigerators or storage places away from other consumables, keeping in line with...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Drogba, Gerrard near end as MLS playoffs kick off

    The Major League Soccer careers of Didier Drogba and Steven Gerrard could end without either man kicking another ball as their teams head into nerve-wracking sudden-death playoff games starting Wednesday. Two of the biggest names of the English Premier League's golden era, Liverpool icon Gerrard joined Los Angeles Galaxy in 2015 just a few months before Chelsea legend Drogba headed to Montreal Impact.

    AFP News
  • BN may win GE14, but what happens if economy worsens? Ex-minister asks

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 — Former Finance Minister II Datuk Seri Husni Hanadzlah today questioned the state of the country’s economy if current stagnation persists even after a Barisan Nasional win...

    The Malay Mail Online