A disturbing video showing cruelty to an animal enrages netizens. But no one knows who the maker of the video is.
A new book from the UST publishing house takes a look into the pre-Spanish era of trade and life in Ilocos Sur, then an important maritime trading center
The Brigada Eskwela is proof that an effective partnership between the government and citizens is possible
The youth of today are challenged to go beyond your comfort zone and embrace life
A group of volunteers use art as a tool for healing the trauma of Typhoon Haiyan
In Malapascua, Cebu donated solar lamps are helping a community affected by Typhoon Haiyan recover
Soldiers help an orphaned child finish his high school education and learn about caring for the next generation in the process
The everyday challenge of enduring lengthy lines and sanitation measures in the main evacuation site worsened matters for internally displaced people of Zamboanga
With no SK elections this year, the youth need to know how money meant for them will be spent by barangays all over the country
The UNDP's cash for work program is helping families affected by Haiyan rebuild their interrupted lives
Women in Haiyan affected areas are learning to stand on their own feet after the deaths of their loved ones
The senior high school graduates from the Higher School ng UMak are the first and the largest batch to graduate in the Philippines.
Meet six Magsaysay laureates who inspired tremendous changes in society for both men and women
Billions of pesos are at stake at this year's first barangay assembly
We are walking machines on busy streets, not having even the luxury of looking at the people we come across. We are busy, we are productive, but we are not present.
Football player Margarette Sosing has had enough of Super Typhoon Yolanda. This time, she is putting up a fight for survivors.
Only 48.07% of UP Diliman students voted in this year's student council elections.
Women should have a seat at the table of decision-makers who will build the peace in Mindanao
A young engineer sets out to bridge the digital divide and teach kids about the wonders of sciene
After Super Typhoon Yolanda destroyed their house, Nonoy and his family lived in a pigpen offered by a neighbor
This year’s theme, “Maalab Na Serbisyo Publiko ng Mapagkalingang Kampus” is in solidarity with the recent tragedy that struck the nation.
'I realized that life is so fleeting...I wish I was able to tell my mother how much I love her'
On his 28th death anniversary, we commemorate the life of Carlos P. Romulo with this list of 10 things you may not know about him
Sendong survivors commemorate their experience during the catastrophe through “Straight from the Art"
Mayors from all over Luzon came together to learn about good governance, social accountability, and leadership
U.S. Secretary John Kerry talks to ASEAN youth during his recent visit to Brunei
The earthquake destroyed heritage churches that were set for repair and rehabilitation
From music to maps, the speakers of TEDxDiliman talk about their passions and why they matter to our society
What is peace? Is it simply the absence of conflict? For Bai Rohaniza “Honey” Sumndad- Usman, peace is a way of life.
Three Southeast Asian students in the Philippines share tips on how to successfully apply for a scholarship
Readers and fans of Palanca award-winner Shakira Sison gather the courage from her words on love, relationships, and staying true to yourself
A freelance photographer shares in photos and words his anger at the corruption-laden Pork Barrel system
Though many Cambodians choose to work in the Philippines, most of them don’t last too long because they feel lonely
For the first time since her husband's death, Camarines Sur Rep Leni Robredo visits the crash site
Top officials of Cagayan de Oro city take their oaths of office on June 30
On election day, Nancy says 150 voters return to their former neighborhood to vote
Most polling centers in Zamboanga City were marred with problems brought about by malfunctioning precinct count and optimal count (PCOS) machines with the exception of barangays Pasonanca and Tugbungan
Laguna Comelec officials urge voters to report vote-buying and election-related violence
Philippine elections are as colorful as the campaign posters that advertise tomorrow's leaders
Negros Oriental election supervisor admits cases of vote-buying in the province.
Dumagats of Tanay, Rizal seek better representation in order to defend their rights
Illegally constructed tower in Bohol alleged tool for election transmission disruption.
There have been alleged cases of fraud as CF cards were found in a dumpsite while votes were being counted in the May 2010 elections
While the Comelec asserts they are prepared for election day, power failure that lasts up to 8 hours remains a threat
Election Day is the only day when everyone is truly equal. One vote per person, regardless of social status or intellectual capacity.