Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Monday, April 23.
Donald Trump says 'long way' to go on resolving North Korea crisis
The US President struck a cautious note a day after the North's pledge to end its nuclear tests raised hopes before planned summits with South Korea and the US.
Cinemas saw 7% dip in attendance in 2017 as Netflix, rising ticket prices bite
Despite blockbusters like Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Thor: Ragnarok screening last year, cinema attendance fell from 21.9 million in 2016 to 20.4 million.
23-year-old woman killed, 2 others injured in collision between car and SMRT bus at Bukit Timah junction
The deceased was seated in the backseat of the car, which was turning right at a traffic junction early Sunday when it collided with an off-service SMRT bus.
Singapore to stick to one operator when Tuas port opens
This is to ensure that the port, which faces strong competition from rivals in the region, continues to operate efficiently, said the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.
81-year-old grandmaster picked up martial arts to fend off gangs in 1950s Singapore
While martial arts duels are sometimes regarded more as a sport, fighting used to be a matter of life and death for grandmaster Chia Yan Soon when secret societies ran amok.
Semi-nude gunman kills 4 at Nashville waffle house; hero snatches assault rifle from him to save lives
The 29-year-old suspect, who was naked but for a green jacket during the shooting spree, is still on the loose as police issued murder warrants in their hunt for him.
In the Malaysia election fray: Metalhead, actress, theatre activist and lorry driver
Meet the new breed of young politicians coming soon to a constituency in Malaysia - driven by a calling to public service and a passion to make a difference.
ISIS claims responsibility for suicide bombing that kills more than 50 at election centre in Kabul
In the most serious attack - which ISIS has claimed responsibility for - yet on preparations for elections scheduled for October, at least 57 people were killed and over 100 injured.
Korean Air boss apologises as immature 'nut rage' daughters resign
Younger daughter Cho Hyun Min is under police probe for assault after allegedly throwing water into a man's face, while her sister made global headlines four years ago for the infamous "nut rage" incident.
Football: Chelsea beat Southampton to set up FA Cup final against Manchester United
A brilliant goal from Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata's emphatic header earned Antonio Conte's team a 2-0 win over struggling Southampton at Wembley.