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By Edith Regalado and Alexis Romero
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
It was the inaction of the United States that emboldened China to aggressively assert its claim in the South China Sea and the West Philippine Sea, including building artificial islands, many of which have evolved into military...
By Jaime Laude
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
The Philippine Navy has deployed one of its three  warships to Benham Rise.
By Emmanuel Tupas
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
The controversies and irregularities in the Philippine National Police (PNP) should not be a deterrent for someone determined to serve the public.
By Evelyn Macairan
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
Raids on two warehouses in Bulacan province yesterday yielded P3.2 billion worth of Mighty cigarettes that have fake tax stamps, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) said.
By Jaime Laude and Ding Cervantes
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
It was the inaction of the United States that emboldened China to aggressively assert its claim in the South China Sea and the West Philippine Sea, including building artificial islands, many of which have evolved into military...
By Helen Flores
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
There is no doubt in the mind of Vice President Leni Robredo that former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has a hand in the filing of impeachment complaints against her.
By Non Alquitran
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
At least 82 percent of Metro Manila residents feel safer in the streets due to the intensified police campaign against illegal drugs, a Pulse Asia survey shows.
By Alexis Romero
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
Will you turn down a Rolex wristwatch given as a gift?
By Paolo Romero
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
A law is needed before another postponement of the barangay elections can be allowed, Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III maintained yesterday.
By Alexis Romero
Updated Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 12:00am
President Duterte may be ready to resume talks with communists, but he is also prepared to “flatten mountains” to assert to the rebels that they cannot claim any part of Philippine territory to be theirs.
  • President Duterte chats with Vice President Leni Robredo during the commencement exercises of the Philippine National Police Academy’s Masidlak Class in Silang, Cavite yesterday. He earlier said if she was in a hurry to be president, she should just marry him. KRIZJOHN ROSALES
    Rody to Leni, kids: Let’s have dinner
  • GUARDING BENHAM: Photo from the Philippine Navy shows the BRP Ramon Alcaraz during a recent deployment. The frigate has been sent to patrol Benham Rise following Chinese activities near the underwater plateau.
    Navy deploys warship to patrol Benham
  • Members of the Philippine National Police Academy’s Masidlak Class of 2017 celebrate during the 38th PNPA graduation rites in Silang, Cavite yesterday. KRIZJOHN ROSALES
    ‘Controversies won’t deter PNPA graduates’
  • Customs agents raid a warehouse of Mighty Corp. in San Ildefonso, Bulacan and seized P3.2 billion worth of cigarettes with fake tax stamps yesterday. BOY SANTOS
    P3.2-B Mighty cigarettes with fake stamps seized
  • It was the inaction of the United States that emboldened China to aggressively assert its claim in the South China Sea and the West Philippine Sea, including building artificial islands, many of which have evolved into military facilities with advanced communications and weapons systems, President Rodrigo Duterte told a gathering of lawyers Thursday night. AP/Sakchai Lalit
    Duterte: US to blame for China sea actions
  • There is no doubt in the mind of Vice President Leni Robredo that former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has a hand in the filing of impeachment complaints against her. File photo
    Robredo sees Bongbong in impeach bid
  • At least 82 percent of Metro Manila residents feel safer in the streets due to the intensified police campaign against illegal drugs, a Pulse Asia survey shows. File photo
    MM residents feel safer; cops step up crime drive
  • Will you turn down a Rolex wristwatch given as a gift? President Rodrigo Duterte said he did, as he advised businessmen yesterday to refrain from offering bribes. Jonathan Asuncion
    Duterte rejects Rolex gift from businessman
  • A law is needed before another postponement of the barangay elections can be allowed, Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III maintained yesterday. Koko Pimentel/Released
    ‘Law needed before Rody can appoint b’gay execs’
  • President Rodrigo Duterte may be ready to resume talks with communists, but he is also prepared to “flatten mountains” to assert to the rebels that they cannot claim any part of Philippine territory to be theirs. PPD/Karl Alonzo
    Duterte threatens to ‘flatten’ NPA mountain lairs

President Rodrigo Duterte gave the Philippine National Police a freehand to continue Operation Tokhang, or knock and plead, despite criticisms that the anti-narcotics efforts of the government has led to the deaths of thousands of drug suspects without due process.

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By Nelson Beltran
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MANILA, Philippines - Games and Amusements Board chairman Abraham Mitra said it is considering... read more
MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines’ reigning world champions in 2016 will receive the highest... read more
By AP
SAN JOSE, California — USNCAA standings turned upside down once more as No. 11 seed Xavier upset No... read more
By AP
AUSTIN, Texas – Phil Mickelson hit a simple chip toward the hole that never stopped until it was... read more
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By Stefan Punongbayan
MANILA, Philippines - As a kid, I would always get teased for being effeminate. The ‘Dar’ in my... read more
By Antoinette Jadaone and Chinggay Nuque
Dear Tita Witty, Itago nyo na lang po ako sa pangalan na M. I’m 22. Nasaktan, bumangon at... read more
By Angelo Ramirez de Cartagena
MANILA, Philippines - What does it take to be iconic? It is a lofty word, one that sends many a... read more
MANILA, Philippines — Does China have a claim over the Philippines’ Panatag Shoal and Benham Rise... read more
MANILA, Philippines - Everyone’s a little obsessed with something. It only takes another person in... read more
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Filipinos join the global observance of Earth Hour tonight as the country prepares for the Paris... read more
There must be millions of Filipinos who lack decent housing or literally live in the streets. But... read more
Tit for tat – this is to be expected in the partisan exercise that is impeachment. Especially when... read more
A river suitable for fishing, boating and as a fresh water source, after treatment  – that can... read more
Incomes aren’t rising for the majority and inclusive growth is a work in progress, but other... read more
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By Dindo Manhit
When President Rodrigo Duterte visited China last year to reset strained bilateral relations,... read more
By Audrey Morallo
MANILA, Philippines — Philippine foreign policy toward China under President Rodrigo Duterte has... read more
By Dindo Manhit
If the Philippines is to pursue an “independent” foreign policy, it may do well to take inspiration... read more
By Rosette Adel
MANILA, Philippines — Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Enrique Manalo was appointed as the acting... read more
By Dindo Manhit
MANILA, Philippines - As ASEAN celebrates its 50th year, the ten countries of Southeast Asia face... read more
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By Lawrence Agcaoili
MANILA, Philippines - Filipino consumers turned less optimistic in the first quarter of the year... read more
By Danessa Rivera
MANILA, Philippines - Upstream oil and gas firm PXP Energy Corp. has raised its stake in London-... read more
By Lawrence Agcaoili
MANILA, Philippines - The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has directed banks and financial... read more
By Lawrence Agcaoili
MANILA, Philippines - Listed China Banking Corp. expects to sustain a double-digit growth of 15... read more
By Catherine Talavera
MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine chapter of a private sector group created by the United... read more
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By Celso de Guzman Caparas
MANILA, Philippines - Without meaning nor intending to, former Binibinis get a lion’s share of the... read more
By Deni Rose M. Afinidad-Bernardo
MANILA, Philippines — Blogger and sexy performer Mocha Uson, who has been calling for the... read more
By Deni Rose M. Afinidad-Bernardo
MANILA, Philippines — In time for the return of supermodel Tyra Banks as “America’s Next Top Model... read more
By Deni Rose M. Afinidad-Bernardo
MANILA, Philippines — After seeing the candidates for the upcoming Binibining Pilipinas 2017... read more
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By Mylen P. Manto
CEBU, Philippines -   The Cebu City Prosecutor’s Office has  indicted  road ... read more
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By Rudy Andal, Butch Quejada at Gemma Garcia
MANILA, Philippines -  Pinatitigil ni Pangulong Duterte ang planong sampahan ng impeachment... read more
By Rudy Andal/Malou Escudero
MANILA, Philippines -  Magtatalaga na lamang ng mga bagong barangay officials si Pa­ngulong... read more
By Gemma Garcia
MANILA, Philippines -  Para mapigilan ang paglaganap ng mga krimen at katiwalian sa gobyerno... read more
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