(4th UPDATE) The Islamic State claims responsibility for the twin attacks on Egypt's Coptic Christian minority
(2nd UPDATE) President Xi Jinping invites the neophyte president on a coveted state visit to China later in the year
The visit follows a rocky start to US-China relations under the billionaire politician, who has repeatedly blasted Beijing for its trade policies and reluctance to bring pressure on North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs
Established in 2012, Tabsing Kolektib aims to educate people through theater
Japeth Aguilar slams it home hard against the defense of June Mar Fajardo
'I don't even think Phil Jackson would figure out a way to stop June Mar (Fajardo),' says Ginebra coach Tim Cone
Representatives Edcel Lagman and Raul del Mar debate against the reimposition of the death penalty at the House plenary
June Mar Fajardo is on track for a possible 5th Best Player of the Conference award in the 2017 PBA Philippine Cup
A conversation with Franz Pumaren before the season has elevated Romeo’s game, putting him in the same conversation as June Mar Fajardo
(UPDATED) San Miguel, already assured of a twice-to-beat advantage, is now the outright top seed entering the playoffs with a 9-1 record
(UPDATED) For the first time since the May 2016 elections, members – and allies – of the once-ruling Liberal Party meet over dinner to celebrate its 71st anniversary
Seven people are now reported dead in Zamboanga del Norte, with one person reported missing
Wrong documents, wrong dates, wrong government posts are cited
From the elections and the Marcos burial to various advocacies and campaigns, the X community saw an increase in civic participation from netizens
San Miguel wins its third game in 4 outings while Mahindra is still winless after 4 tries
With pro leagues potentially competing with Cebu schools, CESAFI may have to think outside the box - and region
'The justices have to realize what the issue has done to the country... If they don't vote favorably for us, it will open wounds,' says an anti-Marcos protester
Fajardo will go home to Cebu to rest for a few days before returning as San Miguel aims for more championships
Fajardo continues to climb up the PBA record books by winning a third MVP award
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(2nd UPDATE) At a media briefing, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana shows an actual video of the Davao City bombing retrieved from the suspects, whom he described as 'students' of the late Malaysian bombmaker Marwan
Joining Marañon in the oath-taking are 20 mayors, 19 vice mayors, 152 councilors, and two board members who mostly belonged to two major political groups in the province: United Negros Alliance (Unega) and Love Negros
Christopher shares the good news on social media
The Panama Papers project, for example, is the best example of 'networked journalism in an interconnected world'
Of the 19 wounded still in care, Julius Gallardo remains in intensive care. The others have been transferred to hospital rooms, though Junaib Usman is transferred to a private room in Ricardo Limso Hospital due to surgery.
Vicenta Depalubos Asperin was 6 months pregnant. Her death brings to 15 the number of victims killed in the explosion at the Roxas Night Market last September 2.
Rappler lists localities where authorities have added police patrols, set up checkpoints, and increased security measures
While the reward for information on the suspects stays at P1 million, the reward for their arrest is now P2 million, says the Davao City government
Police are now hunting down one suspect and at least 3 'persons of interest'
The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) closes at 7,619.10 on Wednesday, September 7 – its lowest since July 27
Analysts say investors are closely monitoring developments both inside and outside the country, as President Rodrigo Duterte makes his international debut at the ASEAN Summit
'Terrorism is like a play-off series. Naisahan nila kami. Maiisahan din naming sila and ultimately, ang gobyerno ang magcha-champion,' says the PNP chief
Davao City 1st District Representative Karlo Nograles urges his fellow congressmen to each donate P5,000
(UPDATED) Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea confirms President Rodrigo Duterte signed a proclamation declaring a 'state of national emergency on account of lawless violence'
More law enforcers patrol the streets and conduct inspections on the first weekday since the deadly explosion
'When I used to have those problems in Mindanao, I used to ask President Duterte to handle it for me. And he handled it very well for me,' says former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
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(3rd UPDATE) The mayor says P1 million will go to those who provide information on the suspects, while another P1 million will go to whoever could bring the suspects to authorities
The senator also urges the public to 'remind the government of the limits of its power, and call out any abuse' that could arise
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez and the leaders of the majority and minority blocs issue a resolution expressing outrage over the deadly attack
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana's statement comes after Communications Secretary Martin Andanar says curfews will 'certainly' be implemented in Davao City, Sulu, and Basilan
(UPDATED) Vice President Leni Robredo condoles with the families of those who died from the Roxas Night Market explosion
On the Sunday after the blast, roads and public places lack the usual crowds but memorial chapels are full of mourners
It isn't fear that grips the streets of Davao City after Friday night. It's shock, uncertainty.
The conflicting statements about the 'state of lawlessness' declared by the President leave the public in a state of confusion. Who's responsible?
At least 5 countries issue travel warnings after the Davao City explosion that killed 14 and left more than 60 others wounded
Davao regional police assure locals that the city and its neighboring provinces are safe
'Japan stands with the Philippines when Your Excellency and people of the Philippines are overcoming this difficulty in solidarity,' Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says in a message to President Duterte
(UPDATED) Davao region police are tracking down 4 'persons of interest' – two men and two women – whose sketches have yet to be released to the public