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Is the Inquirer's impending sale a Manila Times redux?

In 1999, Joseph Estrada sues the Manila Times over a corruption story. Months later, the Gokongwei family sells the newspaper to the President's crony.

In 1999, Joseph Estrada sues the Manila Times over a corruption story. Months later, the ...

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Is the Inquirer's impending sale a Manila Times redux?

This is the first time since the Marcos-era years that a portion of the country marks ...

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How did the Philippines celebrate June 12 under Marcos' martial law?

Throughout Philippine history, there have been several periods when the president didn't ...

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LOOK BACK: When the Philippines didn't have a vice president

Two years have passed since the Mamasapano encounter, but the victims' families are still ...

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Two years after Mamasapano: What has happened to the case?

During the Japanese occupation, the Philippine Executive Commission was established, with ...

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LOOK BACK: 75th anniversary of the Philippine Executive Commission

16 years since the second EDSA People Power Revolution, two key players, former ...

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Looking back at EDSA II: The political paths of Estrada and Arroyo

SC Justice Arturo Brion retires on December 29, as he reaches the mandatory retirement ...

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LOOK BACK: High-profile ponencias of retiring SC Justice Arturo Brion

The Supreme Court's first homegrown justice retires on December 14, after more than 4 ...

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LOOK BACK: High-profile ponencias of retiring SC Justice Jose Perez

On December 7, 1972, a man wielding a bolo attempted to stab former first lady Imelda ...

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LOOK BACK: The 1972 assassination attempt on Imelda Marcos

Before the onslaught of Super Typhoon Yolanda in 2013, Ormoc City faced a powerful storm ...

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LOOK BACK: The 1991 flash flood that devastated Ormoc City