Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Saturday, May 19.
Pakatan Harapan committed to reforms after election win: Anwar Ibrahim
The raid on one of former prime minister Najib Razak's residences that netted hundreds of luxury handbags, jewellery and cash shocked not just the nation, but premier-in-waiting Anwar Ibrahim too. His advice to Mr Najib now? "Prepare a good defence."
Anti-graft agency wants statement from Najib: Report
Malaysia's anti-graft agency has summoned former prime minister Najib Razak to give a statement about an investigation involving a former unit of state fund 1MDB, reports said.
Texas teen charged with killing 10 in high school massacre
Students said a gunman, identified as Dimitrios Pagourtzis, opened fire in a classroom at Santa Fe High School on Friday morning local time.
Uber's unhired fleet floods used-car market
However, industry watchers and consumers worry that the deluge will have an impact on new-and used-car sales.
What Singaporeans hope for from talks with 4G team
The dialogue series to be launched by the fourth-generation ministers and MPs is a chance for regular Singaporeans to influence policy thinking - and more broadly, establish a new relationship of trust with these younger political leaders, said members of the public.
More than 100 killed in passenger plane crash in Cuba
The aircraft, on a domestic flight to Holguin in eastern Cuba, crashed shortly after taking off from Havana.
SIA back on solid ground, but challenges remain
After battling major disruptions, with fierce competition from other premium carriers as well as budget airlines eroding its profits over the years, SIA seems to be back on solid ground.
How Mondrian's art came to heartland
When it came time for residents in Teck Whye Avenue to choose a new colour for their HDB blocks last June, they were presented with three choices: a white and brown combination with a geometric pattern; a plain white scheme with purple and maroon highlights; and one quite unlike any other HDB design.
2018 won't see repeat of 2015 haze crisis: Indonesian Minister
Singapore looks set to see a third straight year with no haze, due in part to Indonesia's sustained efforts at curbing fires and preventing their spread.
Britain’s Prince Charles to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle
Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, will walk Ms Meghan Markle down the aisle at her glittering wedding to his son Prince Harry on Saturday after her own father had to pull out because of ill health.