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By Louis Bacani
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 11:22am
Nearly four out of five Filipinos want Vice President Jejomar Binay to testify at the Senate Blue Ribbon Sub-committee inquiry into the corruption allegations hurled against him and his family, according to the latest Social...
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 11:09am
Human rights lawyer Harry Roque on Monday claimed that an American has been stalking him since he took the murder case of Filipino transgender Jennifer "Jeffrey" Laude last week.
By Louis Bacani
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 10:49am
Amid strained ties caused by the alleged murder committed by an American soldier, United States Ambassador to Manila Philip Goldberg assured on Monday that the US-Philippines alliance will not falter.
By Rhodina Villanueva
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors were accused yesterday of backing the special treatment allegedly being given to retired Maj. Gen. Jovito Palparan.
By Celso Amo
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
Lava flowed out from the southeast flank of Mayon Volcano yesterday, indicating a high level of unrest towards an imminent eruption as it threatens four villages within the extended seven-kilometer danger zone whose residents...
By Delon Porcalla
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
While government continues to uphold its no-ransom policy, there are still ways of finding out if ransom was indeed paid for the release of two Germans held captive by the Abu Sayyaf in Mindanao.
By Helen Flores
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
American witnesses in the killing of a transgender Filipino need not appear for the preliminary investigation tomorrow after submitting their sworn statements to the Olongapo City prosecutor’s office, the US government said.
By Ding Cervantes
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
This town will be the first in the country to have drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, to monitor the local peace and order situation and threats from natural disasters.
By Delon Porcalla
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
Malacañang reassured airline operators using the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 that the government would continue to operate the facility despite a court ruling stopping the government from taking over the NAIA-3.
By Jess Diaz
Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
Twenty-two private companies have agreed to run their own generators to ease the projected electricity shortage in Luzon between March and June next year, a lawmaker said yesterday.
  • 4 in 5 Pinoys want Binay to face Senate - SWS
  • Laude family's lawyer claims 'American spy' stalking him
  • Goldberg: US-Philippines alliance to overcome challenges
  • DOJ hit for backing special treatment to Palparan
  • Lava flows out from Mayon’s southeast flank
  • Trace ransom? Palace says it’s up to AMLC
  • US witnesses give statements
  • Tarlac town to use drones vs crimes
  • Gov’t to continue operating NAIA-3
  • 22 firms to run own generators
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By Adry Torres
NEW YORK -- Jared Sullinger took a glance at the game clock and thought something must be wrong.... read more
TULSA, Okla -- Mo Williams scored 19 points in the Minnesota Timberwolves' 112-94 exhibition... read more
By Nelson Beltran
MANILA, Philippines -  Manny Pacquiao punched his way to a triumphant debut as Kia playing... read more
By Abac Cordero
CARSON, California – Nonito Donaire Jr. faced an opponent that was too good and too strong for him... read more
By Nelson Beltran
MANILA, Philippines - Manny Pacquiao’s stats line in his PBA debut raised doubts on whether the... read more
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By Bernard Alvin L. Lee
(Bernard Alvin L. Lee is a fourth year student at the University of Asia and the Pacific [UA&P... read more
MANILA, Philippines - Buen Calubayan depicts his “blasphemous phase” — where the viewer is given a... read more
By Jose Tence Ruiz
MANILA, Philippines -To envisage his latest portrait of contemporary anxiety, Antipas Delotavo... read more
MANILA, Philippines - Based on Nikolai Gogol’s famous short story, the upcoming dark fantasy... read more
MANILA, Philippines - Jayson Cortez tackles the makings of attractiveness by glorifying the female... read more
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Travelers participating in an online survey gave the Ninoy Aquino International Airport an improved... read more
In an archipelago of 7,100 islands, with one of the world’s most extensive coastlines, the Coast... read more
In the United States, “fear-bola” is reported to be spreading after a second nurse in Dallas was... read more
Boosted by the more spacious Terminal 3, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport has shed its tag as... read more
Church bells rang for 33 seconds across Bohol yesterday, marking a year since a magnitude 7.2... read more
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By Patricia Lourdes Viray
MANILA, Philippines - There is a growing clamor in Congress for the review of the Visiting Forces... read more
By Alixandra Caole Vila
MANILA, Philippines – The body trend and gender bigotry are just some of the issues that most women... read more
By Camille Diola
MANILA, Philippines — A photo of a Quezon City policeman seen in a viral photo assisting a couple... read more
By Camille Diola
MANILA, Philippines — It has been seven years since the 28-member European Union has supported the... read more
By Alixandra Caole Vila
MANILA, Philippines – While the US has its list of 25 most influential teens, we have an endless... read more
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By Kathleen A. Martin
MANILA, Philippines - The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas is expected to keep key policy rates steady... read more
By Lawrence Agcaoili
MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) is giving... read more
By Iris C. Gonzales
MANILA, Philippines - Energy Development Corp. (EDC), the Lopez-led geothermal company, has signed... read more
By Richmond S. Mercurio
MANILA, Philippines - Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI), the electronics manufacturing... read more
By Richmond S. Mercurio
MANILA, Philippines - Volatility in the local stock market is expected to persist this week as... read more
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By Rick Olivares
If you are looking for some good music -- make that good old original Pilipino music -- then I urge... read more
By Sandy Cohen
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The bloody World War II drama "Fury" blew past "Gone Girl" at theaters this... read more
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It was last summer and Israeli-Palestinian tensions were at the highest they'... read more
By Nathalie Tomada
MANILA, Philippines - Alden Richards revealed that he wasn’t the first choice for the lead role as... read more
MANILA, Philippines - Students from the Far Eastern University (FEU) topped Sta. Lucia... read more
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By Mer Layson
MANILA, Philippines – Nagpalabas ng advisory ang POEA (Philippine Overseas Employment Agency) na... read more
By Brenda D. Batuto
CEBU, Philippines – Human sa iyang mga kasinatian bahin sa mga kalag nga una nang gisaysay ni Pat... read more
By Bryner L. Diaz
 CEBU, Philippines - A policeman was shot dead by an unidentified assailant past 1 p.m.... read more
By Butch Quejada
MANILA, Philippines – Binira ng mga ta­ga­pagtaguyod ng LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender... read more
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