From the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu, US Marine Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton was flown yesterday to Camp Aguinaldo in handcuffs and held in an air-conditioned 20-foot shipping container.
After the dismissal of Sandiganbayan Justice Gregory Ong, two more magistrates of the anti-graft court could be investigated for the acquittal of alleged pork barrel fund scam brains Janet Lim-Napoles in a malversation case.
The United States embassy recognized the “ambiguity” of the custody provision in the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) and admitted in 2009 the need to clarify the issue with the Philippine government, a confidential cable released...
President Aquino declared yesterday that the only thing that motivates him to push for amendments to the Constitution is to have the powers of the judiciary clipped, at least before he steps down in June 2016.
As he promised, businessman Antonio Tiu faced a Senate Blue Ribbon subcommittee yesterday, but failed to convince its members that he instead of Vice President Jejomar Binay is the owner of a 150-hectare agricultural estate in...
Pemberton detained at Aguinaldo
2 more Sandigan justices face probe over Janet case
Wiki: US admitted ambiguity in VFA custody provision
Tiu files P5-M damage suit vs Trillanes
MRT-3 breakdown seen to continue until next year
Noy wants judiciary powers clipped before term ends
LIMP: Without meaning to offend the gay community, we think the Philippine government has been acting like a bakla in its handling of the killing of Jeffrey S. Laude last Oct. 11 in an Olongapo hotel where he and a US marine had checked in.
The Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) has become highly controversial in part because the issues are not being widely discussed and its historical significance is not fully appreciated by the Christian population of our nation.
President Aquino, in Palo, Leyte, has rejected calls for the abrogation of the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) as a result of killing the Filipino transgender Jeffery Laude by United States (US) Marine Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton.
I was tempted to substitute the headline with Her Majesty’s Ambassador Vaccinates Princess Alice. That was a real event as I joined in the month long vaccination programme for children undertaken by the Department of Health in Makati. Princess Alice was my first tearful vaccine recipient.
First off, I got this email from Mr. Dante Jimenez, founding chairman and president of the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) in response to the article we wrote last Saturday about their joining in the fight vs. the rape of Philippine democracy. Here’s his letter in full.
There were three sparmates recently brought in from the US to spar with WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao in General Santos City as he prepares for his title defense against unbeaten Chris Algieri in Macau on Nov. 23.
NEGOSYO: 9 Years of fighting poverty through entrepreneurship By Joey Concepcion
October 23, 2014 - 12:00am
One of the guiding questions whenever my team interviews an entrepreneur for our television show is: why is it important to promote entrepreneurship? And from every entrepreneur we have interviewed, we heard different answers. However, it will always lead to poverty alleviation.