A small town in Virginia has exposed the ugly underbelly of the United States of America.
While many are prepared to accept what is said in court, even if it is false, they are likely to feel more aggrieved when such proceedings are published in the newspaper.
There shouldn’t be an off switch when it comes to showing empathy for others who are oppressed and persecuted.
THE news about Islamic State (IS) group militants planning to target non-Muslims on home soil has made Malaysians sit up. After all, this is peaceful Malaysia and threats of this kind will certainly draw some serious attention.
Malaysians feel safe with bars on their windows and doors. But the latest fire tragedy shows it is the opposite that is true.
Protecting our offspring means helping them to fulfil their true potential.
What are the rights of a child who is being investigated for a crime?
AT THE Asean Dialogue session during last week’s Pangkor Dialogue, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar did not mince words when he spoke about environmental degradation.
An SMS from the Umno secretary-general had everyone jumping up and down thinking that Parliament was about to be dissolved but it turned out to be an announcement of the return of the man known as ‘Mike Tyson’.
How effective is the withdrawal method in preventing pregnancy and transmission of infectious diseases?
A lot needs to be done to make our national carrier Malaysia Airlines competitive again but we are on the right track.
Despite a heated build-up, Norway’s polls delivered an affirmation of the status quo.