What's Next: June 23, 2017

US President Donald Trump could be subpoenaed by the House Intelligence Committee for information on the "tapes" he once claimed to have made, of conversations with former FBI director James Comey.
US President Donald Trump could be subpoenaed by the House Intelligence Committee for information on the "tapes" he once claimed to have made, of conversations with former FBI director James Comey. PHOTO: AFP

Deadline for Trump expires today

A deadline for US President Donald Trump to hand over evidence to Congress of the "tapes" he once claimed to have made of conversations with former FBI director James Comey expires today. The tools at the House Intelligence Committee's disposal are few if Mr Trump does not respond to its request for information, but the panel's ranking Democrat has indicated that they may subpoena Mr Trump for the information.

Celebrate with a BiG Day Out

The Building and Construction Authority celebrates its annual Build-it-Green (BiG) Day Out at Bedok Town Square today.

The three-day event is aimed at promoting eco-friendliness and the importance of being environmentally sustainable. Families and children can look forward to activities and games that spread the green message. The BiG Day Out will take place from 1pm to 8pm today, and 11am to 8pm tomorrow and on Sunday.

More light on economic outlook

Singapore's manufacturing and inflation data for May will be released today.

The numbers could shed more light on the economic outlook and indicate whether the manufacturing sector's strong growth - driven by surging global demand for semiconductors and related equipment - will continue.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 23, 2017, with the headline 'What's Next'. Print Edition | Subscribe