The long-term contract covers a fleet of what is expected to be over 40 Airbus A320s
Are we content with the modes provided for rewriting the Constitution?
At present, McDonald's already has 521 stores, while Jollibee has 978 stores nationwide
The Aces have yet to lose in 3 games in the 2017 PBA Commissioner's Cup
In the same speech, the usually antagonistic President says, 'We remain friends with America in charting a new course'
The country's highest mountain, closed to the public since a fire razed it in March 2016, will soon be open to trekkers
(UPDATED) Valls: 'I think you should not take any risks for the Republic. So, I will vote for Emmanuel Macron.'
With the big names 3 pounds north at 115 pounds, Donnie Nietes wants to get past Komgrich Nantapech and unify the flyweight titles
The murder of farmers' group leader Wilerme Dorado Agorde in front of his grandchildren in February further fuels suspicion that farmers locked in a land dispute with a state university are being 'silenced'
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Robert Ace Barbers' House Bill 5359, seeking to postpone village and youth polls and allowing the President to appoint OICs, contravenes the Constitution on at least 5 fronts
The Philippines' largest bank in terms of market capitalization partners with Japan's Shinkin Central Bank
Efren Morillo and his parents fear the timing of the dumping of 2 dead bodies near their home. It comes 10 days after they filed charges against Quezon City police.
President Rodrigo Duterte's pronouncements of dislike for US makes the country's relations with Japan very crucial
The EU delegation issues the statement after DSWD Assistant Secretary Lorraine Badoy posts on Facebook: 'Iyong mga taga-EU, mag-online child porn muna kayo. D'yan naman kayo magaling e.'
Francis Edward Obiena, a Grade 11 student of Chiang Kai Shek College, edges out his Singaporean counterpart
The Palace confirms a European nation offered 'technical assistance' on a type of drug treatment the President vehemently opposes
What is a good thing – making top officials accountable – has now been distorted as a way of defeating the will of the people
Vice President Leni Robredo says the postponement of barangay elections should be an opportunity to strengthen the independence of barangay officials
The National Privacy Commission is optimistic the Comelec can pull off barangay elections in October with no data leak, despite major breaches in 2016
The relieved policemen were mentioned in the supplemental affidavit of the region's top drug suspect Ricky Serenio, who is believed to be the bagman of the Berya drug group here
There's a plan to invite President Rodrigo Duterte to visit JS Izumo when it makes a port call in Subic, according to Japanese media
With a month to go, 40% of voters have yet to decide how they'll vote in the first round of the French presidential poll – or even if they'll show up on election day at all
The voters' data leak and a break-in at a Lanao town have put the Comelec, the National Privacy Commission, and the Data Privacy Act to the test
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Kushner, 36, was Trump's main intermediary with foreign governments during the 2016 election campaign and now plays that role in the White House
Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao Jianhua says a bilateral mechanism on the South China Sea dispute is needed to avoid misunderstandings
Surigao del Norte 2nd District Representative Robert Ace Barbers' measure would also allow President Rodrigo Duterte to appoint officers-in-charge once the barangay polls are postponed
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Japan's State Minister for Defense says the Philippines is a politically important nation because it is located in the sea line of communication to Japan
Japan State Minister for Defense Kenji Wakamiya notes the friendship between Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
The TC-90s from Japan complement the air assets of the ill-equipped Philippine Navy
Mindanao's entry into the upcoming Philippines Football League is brimming with promise. This is why.
Senators from both the majority and minority blocs oppose the President's idea, saying it is 'unconstitutional” and “undemocratic.'
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez says the bill can be passed into law before October if President Rodrigo Duterte certifies the measure as urgent
Duterte's spokesman now claims the New York Times is part of a plot to oust the President
(UPDATED) 'A more consequential action' other countries could make to protest the war on drugs is to impose tariffs on Philippine goods, a New York Times editorial says
The vote in the tiny state on the French border, which has a population of only one million, is seen as a bellwether ahead of the September 24 general election
(UPDATED) The planes will boost the capability of the ill-equipped navy to conduct maritime aerial reconnaissance
Champions from today, tomorrow and yesterday are honored at the annual awards banquet held by the Elorde family
After 3 weeks of negotiations to form a power-sharing executive in the province, the Irish Republican party Sinn Fein says that no deal has been reached
Philippine Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III, once an agriculture chief, raises the Philippines' two-decade concern in his meeting with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop
TNT's scintillating third quarter puts the game out of reach for Phoenix
Maysy Cataquiz is the only woman in the top 10 of the Philippine National Police Academy's Class of 2017
(UPDATED) Has the insanity plea ever worked in a Philippine court?
(UPDATED) Check out the lineups and coaches for each All-Star leg, plus participants in the obstacle challenge, 3-point shootout, and slam dunk contest