Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Tuesday, May 22.
Malaysia PM Mahathir seeks to restore nation's dignity as new Cabinet is sworn in
More than a week after he returned as Malaysia's Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's administration finally rolled into Putrajaya as 13 members of his core Cabinet were sworn in.
Former S-League footballer dies of heart attack while raising funds for sick son
When former S-League footballer Nur Alam Shah's unborn son was diagnosed with a rare heart defect in 2013, he vowed not to let him fall prey to the same condition that claimed his five-month-old daughter in 2008.
PIE viaduct collapse: Builder facing charges
At least three people and a main contractor will be charged in court on May 30 over the fatal collapse of an incomplete viaduct in Changi, indicating that investigations into the July 14 tragedy have concluded.
Sunday morning's haze in Singapore likely came from domestic sources, says NEA
If you wondered if the haze made a brief comeback on Sunday morning, you were not wrong.
US and China call time but tension, trade gap remain
Trade war averted but differences remain, especially in area of technology, say analysts.
Returning to ground zero: Marawi struggles to rebuild
In just one year, Ms Sohailah Usman lost everything - her large, two-storey house and an assortment of small businesses she used to run in this city.
Singapore researchers find new breakthrough in search for cure for blood cancers
The search for a cure for blood cancers has received a boost with new research by Singapore scientists shedding light on how stem cells can be more effectively used to treat diseases such as leukaemia.
Singaporean artist Shubigi Rao in running for $60,000 Signature Art Prize
She is among 15 artists from the region and Central Asia who have been nominated for the triennial Signature Art Prize, organised by Singapore Art Museum and sponsored by the Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation.
The best memes from Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle
When Britain's Prince Harry married American actress Meghan Markle on Saturday, what the Internet was concerned with, though, was not the pomp or ceremony, but the material for memes.
Barack and Michelle's next act: TV deal with Netflix
Former US President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle Obama, have struck a deal to produce films and series for Netflix, the streaming service said on Monday, giving the former first couple a powerful and unprecedented platform to shape their post-White House legacy.