In an alternate universe, what would President Rodrigo Duterte's New Year's resolutions sound like?
The story of how a person with autism guided me in commuting in a city I don't know
At the People Power Monument, protesters share water and cookies, chant with one voice, and raise their fists against a common grievance
Don Kevin Hapal
Perhaps it's the loneliness or maybe there's something in the Italian breeze – but after some time abroad, my mom has changed a lot
15 years later, this writer looks back on how the terror attacks affected life growing up across the river from the World Trade Center
Journalists used to covering Duterte know he has a tendency to talk about different topics one after the other, leaving journalists or the public to determine what he meant by certain statements
The life and prosperity of residents in places like Basilan are at stake in the Duterte administration's efforts to destroy the Abu Sayyaf
Everyone needs to understand that words do have power... If you're told someone hopes you get killed, it will scar you.
As in love, this game that we put ourselves through isn't easy. It can push you to your limit and leave you tired, empty, and hopeless.
Marguerite de Leon
All we are saying...is give reading comprehension a chance