The Commission on Elections (Comelec) yesterday appealed to the public to support efforts to clean the voters’ list by reporting to the poll body the active registration status of their dead relatives.
Photos supposedly showing Camarines Norte Gov. Edgardo Tallado and his alleged mistress have gone viral on the Internet, sparking frenzy among netizens who have followed the narrative worthy of a telenovela.
The Filipino soldier assaulted and shoved by the German fiancé of transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude after he breached the Camp Aguinaldo perimeter last Wednesday will be honored by the military tomorrow.
The P87 million the US government promised to pay for the damage a US vessel inflicted on Tubbataha Reef had exceeded their expectation, an official of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said yesterday.
China appears to be risking an open confrontation with Vietnam, Malaysia and Taiwan with its announcement of a plan to build air and naval bases on the reclaimed Kagitingan (Fiery Cross) Reef, Kalayaan island town Mayor Eugenio...
Pinay takes helm of US naval command
Palace hints term extension for Noy dead
Public urged to support efforts to clean voters’ list
Camarines Norte governor, mistress photos leaked online
Pinoys welcome bigger, smarter Galaxy Note 4
Skipper of US destroyer relieved after mishap off Subic
Binay’s no-show: No big deal
Pemberton guard to get award
US payment for Tubbataha damage more than expected – DENR
China seen risking naval confrontation with Spratly claimants
TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT: Many Filipinos will be surprised to know that the 16-year-old Phl-US Visiting Forces Agreement has no provision for revision or amendment. It can only be honored as is or terminated.
It was unimaginable for Canadians — whose country is ranked as one of the top 10 best countries to live in the world, according to the “happiness report” by the UN for having one of the highest GDP per capita, best healthcare systems, high life expectancy, low unemployment rate as well as a...
The dismissal of Sandiganbayan Justice Gregory Ong by a majority vote of the Supreme Court has provided some very interesting insights on the issue of corruption in the judiciary. There have been some pleasant surprises, but worrisome questions have also been raised.
Champions of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) program who are still clueless about why the rebounding economy has not induced a proportionate measure of investor confidence in this centerpiece program need only to look at how government agencies have been screwing up the program.
In the middle of leisure time, or of an office meeting, a call is insisting to be picked up. To be sure, you interrupt yourself and answer the call. A telemarketer is on the other line. This common disturbance happens to almost anyone. How did they get your mobile number?