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Colorado school officials consider razing site of Columbine massacre

DENVER (Reuters) - Public education officials in Colorado are considering a plan to tear down and rebuild Columbine High School, saying the site remains a "source of inspiration" for potential gun violence 20 years after a mass shooting there left 15 people dead.

Students show prowess with robots

IT was a “Malaysia boleh” moment for team MYRA (Malaysian Young Rising Astronaut).

Experience of a lifetime

TIME flies. In a few weeks, my stay in the United States will be drawing to an end. In my earlier article (published in The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education pullout on Apr 10), I wrote about my first three months into the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) programme in New Hampshire, where I am hosted. The programme is fully funded by the US Department of State.

No point responding to Najib, don't waste time, Guan Eng tells DAP leaders

PETALING JAYA: DAP leaders have been told not to engage with former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak as this would supposedly give him the opportunity to distract global attention from his corruption trial.

Malaysians should eat sustainably

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are known for their obsession with food and 21-year-old Lee Shen Ming is no exception.

Ceremony offers glimpses of family ties

BANGKOK: A normally inscrutable king pulls his sister in for a hug and selfies of royal siblings rebound across Instagram – the coronation of King Rama X has provided Thais rare glimpses into a highly private family cocooned by palace protocols.

Hugs and Instagram selfies: Thai King's coronation gives glimpses of royal relations

BANGKOK (AFP): A normally inscrutable king pulls his sister in for a hug and selfies of royal siblings rebound across Instagram - the coronation of King Rama X has provided Thais rare glimpses into a highly private family cocooned by palace protocols.

From bodyguard to Queen, Thailand’s Suthida makes public debut

BANGKOK, Thailand (AFP): Thailand’s Queen Suthida, the former deputy head of the royal bodyguard, made her first official public appearance Thursday at the side of Rama X, just days before his coronation.

White House letter blasts Mueller report, says Trump has right to instruct advisers not to testify

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump has the right to instruct advisers not to testify before congressional oversight probes related to the Russia investigation, the White House said in a letter that blasts Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report as deeply flawed.

Thailand all set for coronation

Bangkok: Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn will be crowned this weekend in a pageantry-laden ceremony flecked by Hindu and Bud­dhist rituals, as Rama X furthers his primacy over one of the world’s richest monarchies and a kingdom beset by ulcerous political divides.