An indefinite ceasefire between the communist rebels and the government takes effect today after their representatives signed a joint declaration in Norway to stop armed hostilities in preparation for talks to end once and for...
After asking Beijing to act in good faith in dealing with the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte insisted that bilateral talks with China be based on the arbitral tribunal's ruling on the South China Sea dispute.
Sen. Gregorio Honasan and three others are facing investigation by the Office of the Ombudsman for their possible role in a P220-million fund scam in the Department of Agrarian Reform involving Janet Lim-Napoles and her non-...
With several infrastructure projects lined up under the Duterte administration, Malacañang is grateful to the Supreme Court (SC) for its issuance of several directives aimed at preventing judges from “wantonly” issuing temporary...
Typhoon Dindo (international name Lionrock) is expected to be out of the Philippine area of responsibility today, but it will continue to induce monsoon rains over the western section of the country this weekend.
Criminal charges related to drugs and corruption are being readied against individuals linked by President Duterte to the illegal drug trade operated from the New Bilibid Prison (NBP), Palace officials said yesterday.
Government, NDF forge deal for indefinite truce
Duterte to China ambassador: Talks should be based on Hague ruling
Duterte says CJ Sereno 'wrong' about arrest warrants
Gringo, Jinggoy face ‘pork’ probe
Speaker recalls ‘8’ car plates
Bato sorry for remark on burning of drug lords’ houses
Palace thanks SC for curbing TROs vs government projects
It's a free for all enterprise for the criminals at this time. Kung ako, if I had just the plan...Sabi ko, sabi ko sa military kapag nakita ninyo, pasabugin mo na. Maski nag-surrender yan, may white, white flag. Pang-giyera lang yan, hindi yan pang-kriminal, pasabugin mo. Show no mercy to them because they're not doing any mercy to us anyway. Bakit ako...Iyan ang problema.
What's your reaction to President Duterte's rants against UN officials?
Are you satisfied with the executive branch's efforts vs extrajudicial killings?
Should late President Ferdinand Marcos be buried a hero?
Are you in favor of the revival of mandatory ROTC?
Duterte told the military to show surrendering criminals 'no mercy.' Do you agree?
It took Frank Ocean four years to release the highly anticipated follow-up to “Channel Orange.” With its slow-burning mix of nostalgia and Afrofuturism, that debut should’ve been self-contained, a small and complete universe unto itself.
You have met quite a few Pinoy entrepreneurs who have successfully built their empire from scratch in this column. They have made us proud of our fellow Pinoys who have made their mark not only in their sector but, for some, in foreign lands as well.
BUSINESS MATTERS (Beyond The Bottom Line) By Francis J. Kong
August 27, 2016 - 12:00am
The late US syndicated columnist Sydney J. Harris accompanied his friend George to his favorite newsstand. George greeted the man selling the newspapers courteously, but in return he received gruff service.
We continue the series on Philippine plazas and parks, flying from Batangas to Cebu, with a feature on Plaza Sugbo. The plaza is the civic space between the Cebu city hall and the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño complex.
Soon to join the iconic waterfront destinations such as the Thames River in London, Manhattan in New York, the Sydney Harbour in Australia, Marina Bay in Singapore, Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, is Mactan Cebu’s Mandani Bay.
Last week I said I was in-between times. In a sense I still am in-between classes. I will start to teach Discovering Writing again on Saturday, Sept. 3, at 10 a.m. at The Sunshine Place, 56 Jupiter Street. Then in the afternoon at 2 p.m. of the very same day I have my Phenomenal! class.