The Office of the Ombudsman discovers that their former chief records officer sat on the informations for 7 months until someone noticed nothing had been filed in relation to the Mamasapano case
Thinking Machines demonstrates how Waze data can be used to identify traffic choke points on a single road for a single direction
Watch the story of how Raymond Gutierrez shed 65 pounds in 90 days. This Rappler-produced video went viral and hit over 1 million views in less than a week
An athlete's passion is the true heart of the competition
While this annual rate is already staggering, the United Nations agency says the problem of occupational hazard may be worse, raising the possibility of underreporting
Team Pilipinas Cheer and Dance will try to win awards in 4 divisions at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida
AKP party officials confirm Erdogan will be a candidate for party leader at the congress, the Hurriyet daily and the NTV television channel report
Labor groups urge President Rodrigo Duterte to keep his promise to end contractualization in time for Labor Day on May 1
The storm is expected to veer away from the Philippines and will not affect weekend weather
Labor Undersecretary Dominador Say says a division in POEA has fixers who extort money from OFWs who want government permission to be hired directly
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III says President Rodrigo Duterte will make an announcement on May 1 regarding 'possible benefits' for workers
However, the storm is not expected to make landfall, as it is forecast to eventually move northeast and out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility
What projects excite internationally-renowned poet Gemino 'Jimmy' Abad? Find out in this episode of 'Akdang-Buhay.'
Watch the highlights of one of the ASEAN summit's side events on trade, economy, and creativity
The new evidence supposedly points to the liabilities of Aquino and the Liberal Party
A top Turkish court rejects an opposition legal challenge to last-minute voting rule changes in the referendum on handing President Recep Tayyip Erdogan greater powers
Akdang-Buhay: Cirilo Bautista talks about coming full circle from his humble beginnings to giving back to the less fortunate but talented writers
How big mining is moving earth (and heaven) to prevent the confirmation of Duterte’s environment crusader
The weather disturbance is last located 1,285 km east of southern Luzon, and is expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility within Tuesday, April 25
The Commission on Higher Education and the Department of Budget and Management have issued implementing guidelines on the grant of free tuition in state universities and colleges nationwide
The MMDA K-9 team is training everyday pet owners and their dogs to be life-saving heroes in times of disasters
Protesters claim that the land allegedly belonging to RCBC should have been distributed to them 5 years ago following a Supreme Court ruling
Kim Sang-Duk, or Tony Kim, was arrested at the capital's airport Saturday as he was about to leave after teaching at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST) for several weeks, the school says
The first Balikatan exercises under Duterte will focus on humanitarian assistance and disaster response and counter-terrorism
The movie rakes in $38.7 million on its second weekend
The Department of Education will give four awards – the Most Disciplined Delegation, the Most Organized Delegation, the Best Billeting Center and the Cleanest, Greenest and Eco-friendliest delegation
Some familiar brands in the Southeast Asian region are making their mark around the world
The phone call comes as the two leaders discussed the death on Sunday of an American monitor with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, who hit a landmine while on patrol in eastern Ukraine
(UPDATED) Far-right leader Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron are the frontrunners to progress to a run-off on May 7 but the result is too close to call in a deeply divided country
Nearly 47 million voters are set to go to the polls, with 11 candidates vying for president
The government's Tech4ED project aims to improve Filipinos' digital literacy and bring online learning and government services closer to the people
France goes to the polls on Sunday, April 23, in an election seen as crucial for the future of a deeply divided country and the beleaguered European Union
'Partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms will be experienced over Metro Manila and the rest of the country,' PAGASA says
There are over 50 job fairs scheduled on May 1 all over the Philippines
(UPDATED) The National Historical Commission of the Philippines declares the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex a national historical landmark and saves it from the wrecking ball
Russian officials say two people were killed in the incident – an FSB employee and a civilian. One other person was reported wounded.
The untitled film is based on the book 'The 15:17 to Paris: The True Story Of A Terrorist, A Train, And Three American Heroes'
Former LTO spokesperson Jason Salvador says removing the discretionary factor among employees screening applicants can help ensure that only those fit to drive are issued licenses
(4TH UPDATE) Malacañang also suspends work in government offices in Manila, Makati, and Pasay City on April 27, which falls on a Thursday, in view of activities related to the ASEAN Summit and Related Meetings from April 26 to 29
The CCT program, which provides direct cash assistance to the poorest Filipinos, owes millions to government partners that facilitated the money transfer
It never makes good sense to flaunt our violation of international law. After all, when rapacious neighbors dig into our pie and leave not even the crust to us, we seek relief by invoking our rights under international law.
The Razon-led company had hoped to start developing its 1.56-hectare property within Vertis North in Quezon City this year, but informal settlers are still occupying it
President Rodrigo Duterte fired a Cabinet official over the deal with Rosenbauer International AG, but Malacañang says 'nothing prevents its implementation,' for now
Akdang-Buhay: Rio Alma talks about the factors that shaped his poetry
Buses, trains, tricycles, tuk-tuks: how do people get around in the 10 countries that make up ASEAN?
The plan of the University of the Philippines' Board of Regents to confer an honorary degree on President Duterte draws protests from students and alumni
(3rd UPDATE) The idea to confer an honoris causa degree on President Duterte is mistakenly attributed to Senator Francis Escudero. It comes from another Board of Regents member.