· BTS' agency Big Hit opens online global audition →
The company plans to go public on South Korea's stock exchange within the year.
· Transport Ministry finalising Act 333 amendment, promises harshest punishment for driving under influence →
Wee also said the Transport Ministry (MOT) will be engaging with all stakeholders to educate the public on the dangers of driving under the influence.
· New York City will impose earlier curfew Tuesday night →
[Special Note] At request of public safety officials, service suspended on all rail lines and bus routes, eff.
· Hong Kong leader says understands public concerns about security laws →
HONG KONG, June 2 — Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said today she understood public concerns about Beijing's plans to impose national security legislation on the Asian financial hub as a draft was yet to be completed.
· Feast Or Famine: Grubhub Needs Uber Merger →
If Grubhub approves a deal to merge with Uber, there will undoubtedly be significant regulatory scrutiny given the deal's potential for “pandemic profiteering” that has been widely criticized by public officials recently.
· Voters are falling in love with a transformed Scott Morrison, and there's no point carping about it →
What would normally be toxic and divisive millstones have been mostly waved through by a public that appears to be warming to this new look of collaborative, centrist leadership.
· Trump, Illinois governor spar during call over get-tough talk →
He called some of Trump's public statements inflammatory and unhelpful to governors and mayors trying, not always with success, to keep peaceful protests from boiling over into violence and looting.
· A Picasso in your lounge room? Not as mad as it sounds →
Small galleries, public and private, across Sydney and Melbourne, showcase work by artists starting out.
· With ex-PM's candidacy likely this week, ruling party set to launch leadership race →
Rep. Lee is currently leading bipartisan polls for the most favored presidential candidate for the 2022 elections, having won broad public support for his soft leadership during his more than two-year term as the prime minister.