The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has invited the highest-ranking US diplomat in Thailand to answer questions in parliament on Feb 11.
An American man is fighting extradition to Thailand on kidnapping and extortion charges brought by another American said to have strong ties to senior Thai officials.
A fire raged through a plastic products manufacturing factory in Samut Prakan?s Phra Pradaeng district on Saturday morning. Three firefighters were injured.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry has arranged to bring back the body of a Thai student who was killed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Thursday.
The long-awaited multibillion-dollar Dawei megaproject in Myanmar is set to get off the ground after Japan yesterday agreed to take part and possibly offer loans for road construction linking the scheme with the Thai border.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says criticism from "friendly nations" of his handling of the country will have no impact on his plan to end political conflicts in Thailand.
Charter writers agreed to a major curb on Friday, to prevent politicians interfering in the appointment of top civil servants at ministries.
Public prosecutors on Friday pressed corruption charges against well-known television news anchor Sorayuth Suthassanachinda in connection with the Rai Som fraud case.
Disgraced former Central Investigation Bureau chief Pol Lt Gen Pongpat Chayapan and five other policemen were sentenced to 12 years in jail, commuted by half because they confessed to charges of lese majeste and involvement in illegal casinos, on Friday.
Civil servants no longer will be able to use Facebook and the Line messaging service at work after the Department of Provincial Administration banned use of social networks on government computers and devices.