Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Sunday, March 4.
Donald Trump escalates trade war, threatens European carmakers with stiff tariffs
The US President was responding to warnings from European leaders that his promised tariffs on aluminum and steel would trigger retaliation.
PM Lee commends Low Thia Khiang for 'cogent and balanced' speech on China
The Workers' Party chief had spoken in Parliament about how Singapore can become a "global Asian node" - a theme of this year's Budget.
Singapore Airlines eases rules to woo former cabin crew
With tough competition in the premium air-travel market, SIA is banking on experienced crew to take its in-flight service levels to a new high.
Widow in Yang Yin saga nearly lost her 200 paintings, now they may go on public display
The niece of rich widow Madam Chung Khin Chun wants to donate part of a collection of about 200 works of art belonging to her to the National Gallery.
It Changed My Life: Wheelchair-bound architect helps disabled lead normal lives
Born with spina bifida, architect Richard Kuppusamy bulldozes stereotypes and says he never lets his disability define him.
Spa owners dismayed over new restrictions on opening hours
From March 1, massage parlours with CaseTrust accreditation will have their operating hours restricted from 7am to 10.30pm.
Will China pay a price if Xi Jinping leads for life?
China's annual marathon political meetings begin on Monday, and a key change will enable Mr Xi to remain at the helm indefinitely. We look at what it means.
‘You’re evil!’: Mother rages at nanny during US murder trial
Yoselyn Ortega, 55, is accused of stabbing to death two of her employer's children, Leo, 2 and Lucia "Lulu", 6, as a calculated act of spite.
Three Australians die, more sick in listeria outbreak tied to melons
More cases are expected in the outbreak, which is linked to the melons - also called cantaloupes - from a grower in New South Wales.
Chef Wolfgang Puck readies caviar, gold dust for Oscars feast
On the menu: Miyazaki Wagyu beef, caviar parfait, cocktail-inspired macarons and 13.6kg of edible gold dust.