Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Friday, June 8.
Trump open to inviting Kim Jong Un to White House, praises ‘warm and nice letter’ ahead of summit
The US President held out the prospect of inviting the North Korean leader to the US if he deemed next week's Singapore summit a success.
Trump-Kim summit: Section of Sentosa's Capella Hotel sealed as security tightened at venue
A section of the second floor sealed off with black curtains was the most visible sign that the hotel is preparing to be the venue for the historic June 12 summit.
Facebook bug switched privacy settings of 14 million accounts to 'public'
The software glitch, which lasted 10 days in May, set the audience for people's posts to "public" even if they had intended to share them just with friends, or a smaller audience.
Trump-Kim summit: Pudding to paper, every detail matters
Summits like the Trump-Kim meeting on June 12 call for party planning on steroids, and even then, the unexpected can happen.
Loan sharks turning to tech to inflict emotional harm, say police
They are sending debtors videos of homes being set on fire, unwanted food deliveries and pictures of places where their loved ones frequent to get them to pay up.
Tanjong Pagar MRT station hit by freon gas leak during morning peak hour
Preliminary investigations show that the leak on Thursday - which caused white smoke to engulf the platform - was due to a leaking air-conditioning compressor.
Singaporeans feel safest in the world as country tops law and order index
A global study by research firm Gallup has found that 94 per cent of adults here feel safe walking alone at night, compared with the global average of 68 per cent.
New treatment regime offers hope for hepatitis patients: NUH study
An ongoing clinical trial by the hospital, which involves combining an injection with oral medication, has yielded an 11 per cent success rate.
More building blocks of life found on Mars
Scientists said the unmanned Curiosity rover has detected the most complex organic matter yet from 3.5 billion-year-old rocks on the surface of the Red Planet.
Show off that bump with chic, affordable maternity wear from local entrepreneurs
More effort is being channelled into designing maternity and nursing outfits that appeal to fashion-conscious mums-to-be.