Democrats, while still favoured overall, have been unable to build a decisive edge over Donald Trump's Republicans.
Wanita Umno leader Noraini Ahmad says changes must be made to the party constitution to take severe action against these reps.
A league match between Sriwijaya FC and Arema FC ended in chaos Saturday afternoon when the fans tore up seats at the Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium in Palembang on the island of Sumatra.
Vice-president Junz Wong says any review into the 13 new state seats for Sabah should include this proposal.
The Sipitang MP was not present for the swearing-in ceremony in the Dewan Rakyat yesterday.
The FAA action is the latest move in a swirling controversy that has raised hackles from consumers and prompted attempts at legislation by members of Congress.
FIFA said nearly all the available tickets had been sold and it was investigating why there were so many no-shows.
300 Kakus PRS division members resign from party, citing loss of confidence in the leadership of Masing.
Kedah BN chairman Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah says he accepts the verdict of the people and that the country’s democratic system and constitution need to be upheld.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says court is wrong in saying issue has become academic because Parliament has been dissolved.
Persatuan Kesedaran Komuniti Selangor says women candidates for GE14 only comprise 23% of the total candidates listed.
DAP is also gunning for BN strongholds Bintulu, Serian and Kapit.
MCA top leader says the opposition has been claiming that a Malay tsunami is coming but senior non-Malay leaders of PKR and DAP are avoiding Malay-majority seats.
The Johor menteri besar says out of 82 candidates, nine are women, two youths and one from Puteri Umno.
PKR's R Sivarasa respects PSM's right to contest but says the party can only offer it the Sungai Siput parliamentary seat.
Penang PAS reveals its candidates list which comprises mostly graduates and professionals.
Sixteen candidates, who will vie for four parliamentary and 12 state seats, declare their assets and receive papers authorising them to stand under the PSM banner.
Amanah communications director Khalid Samad says Jaafar Samsudin's exit could be due to a 'personal misunderstanding'.
Despite announcing his intention to retire, he is still preferred by many Keningau folks.
The party has been eyeing three parliamentary seats but until now, there has been no news of it getting even one.
A DAP insider says the pair are reluctant to give up their state seats.
The party hopes to contest in five parliamentary and 16 state seats in Perak, says a source, adding that most of the candidates will be young, new faces.
The three parliamentary seats are Pokok Sena, Padang Terap and Sik.
The four-party coalition is among three opposition pacts in Sabah trying to dislodge Barisan Nasional.