The Court of Tax Appeals dismisses Jeane's petition for review though the Napoles daughter claims she has new evidence to present
Catherine Secopito grabs a tie after two rounds, alongside Filipina grandmaster Janelle Mae Frayna
An aide to far-right candidate Marine Le Pen is charged in a fake jobs scandal, while Emmanuel Macron gets support of centrist veteran Francois Bayrou
The plants, located in 4 provinces, produce about 10% of Canada's total CO2 emissions, and closing them will remove the equivalent in emissions of 1.3 million cars from roads, or 5 megatons of greenhouse gas emissions
'No, the election of Donald Trump does not hover over this COP anymore,' says Moroccan foreign minister Salaheddine Mezouar
Filipino-American Democrats in Nevada are crushed by Donald Trump's presidential win but vow to organize and fight back
In battleground Nevada, Fil-Am volunteers believe Asians can go from being marginalized to being the margin of victory for Hillary Clinton
The Filipinas have ascended the first stage of their chess Olympus and more tests are expected
See photos from William and Kate's trip to India
(UPDATED) 'We want a low-carbon economy that continues to provide good jobs and create opportunities for all Canadians'
The designer died after a 30-year battle with Parkinson's disease
Prince William and wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, release the latest photos of their son as he attends school in Norfolk
During the preparations for the APEC Summit, was 'child protection' just an excuse to hide the marginalized communities?
Vatican: 'The pope's visit to CAR remains on the program. Francis greatly desires to go there.'
After she graduates from college next year, Brena Membrere intends to give a few more years to chess, with the aim of making the national team
First Harvest works directly with peanut farmers in Bulacan, helping them secure planting materials, and commit to purchasing their produce
Prince William and wife Kate worry that Prince George is becoming the target of paparazzi photos
The couple have cultivated an image as down-to-earth parents ever since William drove his new family home from the hospital after Prince George's birth in 2013
An open letter published in the Guardian newspaper urges Prince William and his wife Catherine to step in to make the case for a blanket pardon for the 49,000 men who were convicted
3 of the gowns are from British dressmaker Catherine Walker
(2nd UPDATE) Iran and the 5 permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany decided to give themselves 7 more months for a landmark nuclear deal
(UPDATED) A last-ditch diplomatic blitz in recent days involving US Secretary of State John Kerry and other foreign ministers to secure a deal appears to have failed to bridge the remaining major differences
Kerry: 'This is a very critical week obviously in Iran negotiations... we hope we get there but we can't make any predictions.'
A deal permanently removing the threat of a nuclear-armed Iran would be a stunning victory for Obama
After 12 years of rising tensions, threats of war and failed diplomacy, this accord would silence for good fears of Tehran developing nuclear weapons – an ambition it has always denied
The US State Department says that 'there is still time' for progress before the November 24 deadline for the deal
The talks come after two days of discussions between US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif ended with neither man revealing what remains unsolved
'It remains our fervent hope that Iran and the P5+1 can in the next weeks come to an agreement that would benefit the world,' says US Secretary of State John Kerry
Iranian media say Rouhani is to leave Tehran on September 22, and the UN said he will give a speech at the Assembly on September 25 and a press conference the next day
About 1,500 troops from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia and Morocco, among other nations, will join 4,800 African troops already on the ground who will be 're-hatted' to serve in the MINUSCA mission
The new team faces three major challenges: the stagnating European economy, the crisis in Ukraine, and Britain's place in the EU
'We are entering with goodwill into further negotiations with the P5+1 group and we want to reach an agreement... but we are not willing to pay any price'
Sixteen-year-old Paulo Bersamina outwitted FIDE Master Dejan Markovic in 50 moves while Janelle Mae Frayna and her Pinay teammates also advanced in Tromso
The agreement was signed by representatives of the mainly Muslim Seleka rebel coalition and Christian "anti-balaka" vigilante forces
The two main negotiating sessions of the talks being held in Brazzaville – one on securing an end to hostilities, the other on disarming fighters in CAR – were subsequently suspended
Kerry and the foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany also plan to use their presence in the Austrian capital to discuss an international push for a ceasefire in Gaza
Alix Catherine Tichleman was taken into custody by police, who identified her as the woman in a surveillance video on the yacht where 51-year-old Forrest Hayes was found dead of an overdose in November
Ugandan troops have been deployed in CAR since 2008 to take part in the search for Lord's Resistance Army rebel chief Joseph Kony
Sophia Lee and Catherine Torres open up about the challenge of creative writing as well as the inspiration behind their award-winning work
M/V Catherine is last seen at Aborlan town in Palawan with a couple on board. They are reportedly missing.
The Palarong Pambansa is the nation's stage for tomorrow's sports heroes. With Palaro 2014 rapidly approaching, Levi Verora captures the spirit of competition in this piece
The agreement reached in Geneva comes as a strong contrast to earlier hawkish comments made by Russian President Vladimir Putin
Iran and world powers will in May "move to the next phase" of their talks aimed at clinching a definitive nuclear deal
Britain's Prince George visits the Plunket, a national not-for-profit organization that provides care for children and families in New Zealand
Ban Ki-moon arrived in Bangui as the United Nations signals its determination to deploy peacekeepers in the strife-torn Central African Republic
Ashton's Tehran visit comes after Iran signed a deal in November with world powers to curb its disputed nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief
(UPDATED) Although fears of outright war have eased, tensions remain disconcertingly high in Ukraine
(UPDATED) Kerry accuses Moscow of looking for a 'pretext' to invade Ukraine and condemns Russia's intervention on the flashpoint Crimean peninsula as an 'act of aggression'
(UPDATED) World markets plunged and oil prices spiked on fears of an all-out offensive that would pit nuclear-armed Russia against its Western-backed neighbor