Nearly four out of five Filipinos want Vice President Jejomar Binay to testify at the Senate Blue Ribbon Sub-committee inquiry into the corruption allegations hurled against him and his family, according to the latest Social...
Lava flowed out from the southeast flank of Mayon Volcano yesterday, indicating a high level of unrest towards an imminent eruption as it threatens four villages within the extended seven-kilometer danger zone whose residents...
American witnesses in the killing of a transgender Filipino need not appear for the preliminary investigation tomorrow after submitting their sworn statements to the Olongapo City prosecutor’s office, the US government said.
Malacañang reassured airline operators using the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 that the government would continue to operate the facility despite a court ruling stopping the government from taking over the NAIA-3.
News is that Malacañang will rebid the CALAX (Cavite-Laguna Expressway) or do the work itself. This is to avoid howls of favoring any party. Either way, President Noynoy Aquino likely will get the flak.
If the government doesn’t want to revive ransom kidnapping as the No. 1 industry in Sulu and neighboring areas, it should make sure any ransom paid for a German couple is recovered and the perpetrators caught and punished.
A LAW EACH DAY (KEEPS TROUBLE AWAY) By Jose C. Sison
October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
The topic that undoubtedly arouse the biggest debate in the on-going Synod of Bishops in Rome is “welcoming homosexual person” contained in the mid-term document entitled “Relation Post Disceptationem.” The document is now being used to show a “softer Church stand towards homosexuality”...
Taking a long-term view on what is needed for the Philippine sports program to jump forward, one of the critical components for any future success is a new sports complex where the athletes can train at world-class standards.
XIAMEN – Maybe P-Noy got it right. Traffic jams could be a sign of progress. Every city we visited in China this week had some traffic jam to delay our travel, test our patience... and progress was visible everywhere.
The last three weeks have proven to be one of the most volatile and painful times for stock investors. European indices from Germany to Italy were gripped with fear, losing more than 10 percent over this time period.
ILOILO CITY — Are many of our leaders cultural philistines? Why are we wantonly destroying a lot of the cultural heritage and historic landmarks in our cities nationwide, demolishing old buildings or ancestral houses without trying the win-win and highly profitable option of “adaptive reuse”?