Two of four Singaporeans facing extradition to the United States for supplying electronic parts found in Iraqi roadside bombs have been freed after being found innocent of violating Singapore law.
Yale University, one of the leading centers of liberal education in the United States, on Friday defended a controversial ban on demonstrations and political parties at its new Singapore campus.
Two workers were killed and eight others injured in Singapore when the scaffolding at a subway construction site collapsed on Wednesday, civil defense officials said.
Singapore says it plans to change the law so that convicted drug couriers no longer receive a mandatory death sentence.
Authorities have arrested the founder of one of Singapore's largest evangelical churches and alleged millions of dollars in church money was used to aid the career of his pop singer wife.
A Singapore mother is suing a clinic for alleged negligence after it mixed up her husband's sperm with that of a stranger during in vitro fertilization, a report said Wednesday.
A Singaporean artist under investigation for allegedly vandalizing public roads saw more than 11,000 Internet users Wednesday petitioning online for police leniency.
The former head of Singapore's civil defense force was on Wednesday charged with accepting sex for favors in the most serious corruption case involving senior government officials in almost 20 years.
Police in Singapore say a 25-year-old woman has been arrested for painting graffiti and placing stickers on public property.
Voters dealt Singapore's ruling People's Action Party its third electoral setback in a year, allowing the opposition to hold onto a Parliament seat in a by-election Saturday.