Good morning! Here are our top stories to kick-start your Friday, Sept 28.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh angrily denies assault allegation after Ford testimony
"This confirmation process has become a national disgrace. I will not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process," Kavanaugh said. "I have been through hell and then some."
Singdollar strengthens against ringgit and rupiah, weakens against US dollar after Fed hike
The Singdollar's ascent against the ringgit may be a reflection of its strength and also due to the political uncertainty in Malaysia arising from a change in the ruling coalition from Barisan Nasional to Pakatan Harapan after the general election in May.
Singapore tourist arrivals posted healthy increase in first half of the year
The increase was highest for the month of June, when the Republic hosted the historic meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
US regulators charge Tesla CEO Elon Musk with fraud
Mr Musk is accused of misleading investors last month in tweets about taking the company private.
Umno still in disarray, four months after election loss
Political sources and analysts say Umno is being used in the power transition from Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad to anointed successor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
PAS picks former air force officer in Port Dickson by-election against Anwar Ibrahim
The Islamist party is seen as fielding Mr Mohd Nazari Mokhtar to give him an edge against Mr Anwar, as the Port Dickson federal constituency has military camps with thousands of voting soldiers.
Bill Cosby's first hours of prison: Generic 'Jello-O' and near total isolation
Cosby ate breakfast, lunch and dinner by himself. He walked the yard without company. Four times that day, a guard walked the unit to count the prisoners, and the count was always one.
Dad seeks clarity from data privacy watchdog on international school's drug-test policy
Dutch national Marc van Loo, whose teenage son attends an international school here, is seeking clarity on whether the school's random drug tests policy violates the Personal Data Protection Act.
3-year-old Taiwanese boy found tied up, naked and starving in balcony
When the boy was found by his mother, he was so hungry that he had picked up his faeces on the floor and ate them.
HSA warns against buying and consuming juice drinks from Malaysia that contain steroids
The Health Sciences Authority said that Jus Al Sunnah Gold 1001 Khasiat Jus Alternatif and Jus Al Sunnah 1001 Khasiat Jus Alternatif have caused serious steroid-induced side effects in at least five people, including a child.