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By Denison Rey A. Dalupang
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 1:10am
 Gilas Pilipinas simply had no answer for South Korea.  
By Marvin Sy
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
She could only speculate on the reasons for the rejection of her appointment, such as her opposition to the pork barrel system and the tax reform package. But social welfare secretary Judy Taguiwalo said yesterday she would...
By Edu Punay
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
A magistrate of the Supreme Court is willing to testify on the impeachment charges against Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno should the trial against her proceed.
By Jess Diaz
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
President Duterte wants the country to enter into joint exploration with China in both disputed and undisputed areas in the West Philippine Sea, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said yesterday.
By Christina Mendez
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
Amid the controversy over the smuggling of P6.4 billion worth of shabu, President Duterte stands by Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon, whose bureau is being investigated by the Senate and the House over the issue.
By Paolo Romero
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas yesterday allayed fears over the effect of the peso’s depreciation, saying this would have “limited impact” on the economy.
By Iris Gonzales
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
Sunvar Realty Development Corp., the property company of the Rufino and Prieto families, said yesterday it would vacate the Mile Long property in Makati City, in compliance with an order of the Makati City regional trial court.
By Ding Cervantes and Sheila Crisostomo
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
Two poultry workers who had shown avian flu symptoms were found to be negative of the virus, Central Luzon’s chief government epidemiologist said yesterday.
By Edu Punay
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
The Bureau of Immigration has placed on its watchlist the two Filipino-Chinese businessmen implicated in the smuggling of shabu worth P6.4 billion last May.
By Alexis Romero
Updated Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00am
President Duterte welcomed the killing of 32 drug suspects in simultaneous raids in Bulacan last Tuesday and defended policemen from critics who questioned the way the operations were conducted.
  • The South Koreans (background) celebrate after punching their semifinals ticket at the expense of Gilas Pilipinas (foreground) during the 2017 FIBA Asia Cup in Beirut, Lebanon, Thursday morning in Manila time. | FIBA.com Photo
    Gilas succumbs to Koreans anew
  • Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo raises a clenched fist during a press conference after the rejection of her nomination by the Commission on Appointments at the Senate yesterday.  GEREMY PINTOLO
    Taguiwalo rejected as DSWD chief
  • The justice, who requested anonymity so as not to preempt the expected proceedings before Congress, cited several allegations in the impeachment complaint against Sereno that involve internal matters of the high court that only insiders would be able to attest to. File
    SC justice ready to testify vs Sereno
  • He also said the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) is verifying the information of Rep. Gary Alejano of party-list group Magdalo about Chinese vessels massing near Pag-asa Island off Palawan, which is occupied by Filipino soldiers and civilians. AP/Aaron Favila, File
    ‘Duterte wants joint exploration with China’
  • “Faeldon, I stand by him. He is honest. Nalusutan lang siya kasi lahat sa (That just got past him because all in) Customs corrupt,” Duterte said during the 19th anniversary of the Volunteers Action Against Crime (VACC) at Malacañang yesterday. Geremy Pintolo, File
    Rody stands by Faeldon
  • BSP Governor Nestor Espenilla told the Senate finance committee during the briefing of the Development Budget Coordinating Council that “the peso is expected to remain broadly stable over the medium-term.” File
    ‘Peso slide has limited impact on Philippine economy’
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	Photo shows the Mile Long complex on Amorsolo street in Makati City. The government says potential revenue from the property, developed by Sunvar Realty Development Corp., will be used for the rehabilitation of conflict-stricken Marawi City and government hospitals. ERNIE PEÑAREDONDO, File  
    Sunvar Realty to vacate Mile Long property
  • Broiler raisers eat chicken and eggs during a press conference in Quezon City yesterday to show that not all poultry products in the country are affected by avian flu.  MICHAEL VARCAS
    2 Pampanga poultry workers negative for bird flu
  • Chen Ju Long, also known as Richard Chen, and Dong Yi Shen, or Kenneth Dong, were put on the watchlist last Tuesday afternoon upon the request of the Senate, which is conducting an inquiry on the shabu smuggling case, according to BI spokesman Ma. Antonette Mangrobang. Senate PRIB / Romy Bugante, File
    BI places 2 Tsinoy traders on lookout bulletin
  • Duterte yesterday said authorities should kill more pushers to reduce the drug problem plaguing the country. PPD/File
    Rody on Bulacan drug deaths: Kill 32 more daily
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By Denison Rey A. Dalupang
MANILA, Philippines — Gilas Pilipinas simply had no answer for Korea. Entering the quarterfinals... read more
By Nelson Beltran
MANILA, Philippines -  China kept its title hopes alive with an 81-79 victory over Syria while... read more
KUALA LUMPUR – The national sepak takraw team delivered the first medal for the Philippines, a... read more
By Abac Cordero
MANILA, Philippines -  Amid all the previous apprehensions, the Philippines has once again... read more
By Joaquin Henson
MANILA, Philippines -  ABAP executive director Ed Picson said yesterday Fil-Brit boxer John... read more
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MANILA, Philippines — School children from Payatas who participated in The MEALenium Project’s... read more
By Ma. Glaiza Lee
MANILA, Philippines — Ballet Manila (BM) proudly announces the stellar line up of ballet... read more
By Chonx Tibajia
MANILA, Philippines - Made in the Philippines, these three women are truly aspirational examples of... read more
By Kristel Dacumos
MANILA, Philippines - After winning the Best Design in Sustainability award last year in New York... read more
By Julie Cabatit-Alegre
MANILA, Philippines - Who was it that said, “It’s not what you look at but what you see”? Nida... read more
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As Bulacan celebrated its 439th anniversary, the provincial police counted 21 drug suspects killed... read more
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has just spent P100,000 on berets for 2,000 of its... read more
Japan has threatened to shoot down any foreign missile that crosses its airspace. So Pyongyang’s... read more
Although the earthquake was strong enough at magnitude 6.3 to cause a scare, no one was injured as... read more
For the first time ever, the country has been hit by avian flu. Agriculture officials said the... read more
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By Angelica Mangahas
MANILA, Philippines (First published August 11, 2017, 9:50 a.m.) — It’s a milestone anniversary for... read more
By Dindo Manhit
In our discussions of Southeast Asia and ASEAN, we often fail to give importance to the concepts of... read more
By Angelica Mangahas
True to form, President Rodrigo Duterte’s SONA gave pride of place to matters related to peace and... read more
MANILA, Philippines - Like schoolchildren, five members of the House of Representatives were shut... read more
By Christine Fusio
MANILA, Philippines — Philippine scientists hope that the current administration continues to... read more
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By Mary Grace Padin
MANILA, Philippines -  The government may not be able to fund about half of the budget needed... read more
By Lawrence Agcaoili
MANILA, Philippines -  There is no fundamental reason to panic as the peso continued to weaken... read more
By Iris Gonzales
MANILA, Philippines -  The stock market managed to stay above the 8,000 level yesterday ahead... read more
By Lawrence Agcaoili
MANILA, Philippines -  The yield of term deposits closed mixed yesterday as the Bangko Sentral... read more
By Danessa Rivera
MANILA, Philippines -  The Department of Energy (DOE) and Semirara Mining and Power Corp. have... read more
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By Edmund Silvestre
MANILA, Philippines - Millions tuned in to the high-rating horror-fantasy series La Luna... read more
By Leah C. Salterio
MANILA, Philippines - He’s a third generation businessman who grew up in the well-known Harrison... read more
By Tinnie Esguerra
MANILA, Philippines - Brenan Espartinez (photo) has come a long way since his early years as a... read more
By Deni Rose M. Afinidad-Bernardo
MANILA, Philippines — Probably to take the attention off her face, actress Arci Muñoz has... read more
By Jan Milo Severo
MANILA, Philippines — At the Star Magic All Star Game presented by Oppo last weekend, Gerald... read more
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By Ellen Fernando, Malou Escudero at Butch Quejada
MANILA, Philippines - Tuluyan nang ibinasura ng makapangyarihang Commission on Appointments (CA)... read more
By Aiya Lapera
CEBU, Philippines - Mipahigayon og monitoring ang mga tinugyanan sa hayopan sa Kapitolyo sa... read more
By Christell Fatima M. Tudtud
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