'He paraded himself as an ally during the campaign season, promising same-sex marriage in the Philippines,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros
They came to protest, preach, and to celebrate diversity and unity
While some see the march as an avenue where they can voice out their concerns, others see it as a safe space where they can express themselves without prejudice
Celebrating love and passion, the country hosts its biggest pride march of the year
The Comprehensive Reform and Development Agenda is an attempt to secure the future of the region. Conflict and corruption, however, are getting in the way.
While walking through a flooded market in Manila, a young Yco Tan decided that he was going to change his life. And he did.
The Organization of American States fails to advance a plan to deal with Venezuela as it wraps up a meeting where the country's raging crisis took center stage
Carrying the theme 'Here together,' the 2017 Pride March is scheduled for Saturday, June 24
FEU celebrates the works of the late national artist through lectures, exhibits and a book relaunch
Duterte’s experience as mayor is out of proportion to the demands of the presidency. It ill-prepared him for checks and balances central to a democracy.
Ministers from the Organization of American States meet to seek elusive solutions to the crisis in Venezuela, as the death toll from weeks of clashes at anti-government protests rises
(3rd UPDATE) While acquitted of murder, OFW Jennifer Dalquez 'was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment...for stealing a mobile phone,' the DFA says
'Can I help it if I had a happy childhood?' is one of his most repeated quotes
“There was never a time that Carlos wasn't making people laugh,” said Sibayan's friend Chase Cornils.
The Department of Labor and Employment reminds OFWs that the transfer from one employer to another should undergo a formal hiring process for easier documentation
'Becoming Maranao for me was more than having Maranao parents and being raised in a Maranao family'
What would the new Darna look like? Here are some ideas from local artists.
Missing Filipina Ligaya G. Moore is 'at least 60 years old,' a member of the Jesus Is Lord (JIL) church, and a resident of Grenfell Tower in London
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This is the lowest level cash remittances have totaled since registering $1.997 billion in January 2016
Philippine labor attaché David Dicang says the situation in Qatar has normalized
But Ressie Fos, who chairs the United Filipino Organizations in Qatar, expressed fears that prices of basic goods and commodities might shoot up
In a world where Filipinos are everywhere, where our diaspora has no boundaries, it is time to take a liberal approach to Filipino citizenship
'The Pride Center is a space where the diversity of our community can share stories, build relationships, learn, grow, create and heal together,' Program Director Lisa Putkey says
It’s high time we recognize some of the lesser-known Filipino heroes who fought for our sovereign nation
They also call on the government to create livelihood opportunities for affected Filipino workers, as provided under the Overseas Workers Welfare Act of 2016
For the workers stranded in the labor camps, reforms and resolutions cannot come fast enough
(UPDATED) The DOLE partially lifts the deployment ban on Qatar. The suspension stays for those whose papers have yet to be processed.
Business will eventually prevail over fundamentalist garbage, and push it out of these trading zones
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Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III augments the manpower of Philippine overseas labor offices in Qatar and other countries in the Middle East to address the concerns of Filipino workers
For Filipino-Americans attending the reception in New York, what happened at Resorts World did not make them hesitate about visiting the Philippines or promoting trips to the country
In a series of early morning tweets, the president also said the United States was already 'extreme vetting' travelers coming into the country for safety reasons
The state can only do so much, says Pagcor boss Andrea Domingo in the wake of the Resorts World Manila attack
Today’s young professionals have more money to spend on food and drinks, though not necessarily enough for a spacious apartment
A senior credit officer at Moody's says the firm expects the economic impact of the Marawi crisis to be 'minimal and short-lived'
Is disability a hindrance in the workplace? Or is it what pushes some people to excel?
According to the curator of the Aguinaldo Shrine, it's important to revisit the history of the flag and be reminded of how our heroes fought for our independence
Here's a short 'wishlist' from the Pinoy scientists themselves
Watch the 'Arrow' star complete a full 'American Ninja Warrior' course and more!
'The people of Mindanao are tired. We are tired of daily conflicts and of being told that Mindanao is a dreadful place. We are tired of telling ourselves that this war will soon come to an end.'
This is not the first time an incident involving disrespect for the flag has gone viral
Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC) – which holds power, water, rails, toll roads, logistics, and hospitals in its portfolio – will soon announce a 'big' investment in Mindanao
As this generation steps into adulthood, they must learn to strike a balance between creating experiences and protecting their future
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals says it 'remained unconvinced' that the part of the measure naming the specific countries had 'more to do with national security than it does with effectuating the president's promised Muslim ban'
Sa Hong Kong, mapalad na ang kasambahay na may privacy sa kanilang sariling kwarto, na karaniwang sinlaki lamang ng banyo sa mga fastfood sa Maynila
'If you have several heart disease risk factors, taking care of your sleep ... is important if you want to lower your risk of death from heart disease or stroke'
But should President Rodrigo Duterte expand military rule beyond Mindanao and seek an extension, tourism and trade may suffer
The 6 Filipinos are set to return to the Philippines a few days after President Rodrigo Duterte's visit to Russia