Former Senate President Manny Villar, president of the Nactionalista Party, has no plans to run again for the president or even going for the vice-presidency, his wife, Sen. Cynthia Villar said Wednesday.
The Archdiocese of Palo has distributed over 78,000 tickets to parishioners who will attend the Holy Mass that will be celebrated by Pope Francis at the Tacloban airport January next year, a Church official said on Wednesday.
There is no hidden “pork” in the proposed P2.606-trillion budget for next year, Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. said yesterday, denying allegations by Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago that administration lawmakers may be resurrecting...
After 20 years of being happily (officially) married and a total of 27 years being together with my wife Karen, I hereby attest that the secret is not in romantic movies, roses and chocolates, not even a diamond ring the size of a rock.
US President Barack Obama’s recent pronouncement that he will use the power of the presidency to issue an executive order for immigration reform, which up to this point Congress has been delaying or putting on the back burner, is a very important step and could be a landmark decision in his...
I am part of several e-groups where retired executives, academics and journalists exchange views on the issues of the day. I note a growing sense of despair in the exchanges over the country’s future and most specially over the lack of choices for the next president.
CROSSROADS (Toward Philippine Economic and Social Progress) By Gerardo P. Sicat
November 26, 2014 - 12:00am
Japan and China are important growth drivers for our economy. Their significance in this role came and evolved in succession. This role plays out for other Asian economies as well, and to the world economy.
There’s a must-read, one-off boxing magazine that just hit the stores and I was lucky to pick up a copy of the 164-page publication – The Annual 2015 by London’s Boxing News – at a bookstore in the Hong Kong International Airport coming home from Macau the other day.