The USS Nimitz and USS Ronald Reagan conduct dual carrier operations in the waterway to 'support a free and open Indo-Pacific'
After a heartbreaking end to last season’s run, the Philadelphia 76ers hope to get luckier this time
The police round up the protesters right after their program ended
'I am not sure if it will be effective to protect me from a coronavirus infection but I am taking other precautions,' says businessman Shankar Kurhade
Media advocates say collaboration and staying relevant can help community newspapers survive
The candidates wear shoes by designer Jojo Bragais for the shoot
Dubbed 'Super Saturday,' England finally allowed restaurants to open their doors to customers again and barbers and hairdressers also able to get their clippers out
Johnriel Casimero may just dangle his WBO bantamweight belt against a new American foe, three-time Olympian Rau'shee Warren
'I am now being taken cared of at the hospital of my choice and my body has been responding positively,' says DILG Undersecretary Epimaco Densing III
The Cebu City Council will also hear two resolutions which would give P15,000 financial aid to nurses in the coronavirus ward, and financial aid to infected patients
Among the authors whose titles are no longer available are Joshua Wong, one of the city's most prominent young activists, and Tanya Chan, a well known pro-democracy lawmaker
'I really want to play, and as a competitor and teammate this is tearing me apart,' says Pacers star Victor Oladipo
(3rd UPDATE) The teen was attacked on her way home from a police station where she had just filed a molestation complaint against cops from a neighboring town
Two months have passed, and even the petitioner has not yet received the full decision that would explain why the justices dismissed his petition
More people from the gaming community have come forward to share their experiences of sexual harassment
In an indignation protest held on Saturday, July 4 at the University of the Philippines Diliman, protesters express their strong condemnation against the law
Visitors will have to wear masks, there will be no snacks or cloakrooms available and the public will have to follow a guided path through the museum
(UPDATED) The immigration officers who encoded Jan Marsalek's supposed flight records have been fired
Governor Ikuo Kabashima says the victims were found 'in cardio-respiratory arrest' at the facility for elderly people that was inundated after a nearby river broke its banks
Several awardees from 1970 to 2018 convey their 'collective disagreement and outrage' over the anti-terror law
The rise is driven almost entirely by 108 new cases in the southeast state of Victoria
The actor recreates scenes from his iconic films 'Milan' and 'Starting Over Again'
We have decided to confine the del Segria zone following data confirming a sharp rise in COVID-19 infections,' says Catalan President Quim Torra
The education department is doubling the capacity of DepEd Commons to accommodate at least 17 million users by August 24
The country's death toll is much lower than in other countries with large outbreaks, raising questions over possible underreporting of deaths
'The US is mistaken if it thinks things like negotiations would still work on us,' says North Korea's vice foreign minister Choe Son-hui
CEO Yves Guillemot says Maxime Beland, vice-president of editorial in Toronto, resigned. Tommy Francois, vice-president of editorial and creative services based in Paris, was now on disciplinary leave 'pending the outcome of an investigation.'
'Two police officers and 5 civilians were wounded,' police officer Abdukadir Ahmed says. There is no immediate claim of responsibility.
'The law aims to end terrorism, it says, yet it is the state forces that perpetrate fear and violence on the people,' says former human rights commissioner Loretta Ann Rosales in an online protest joined by other sectoral leaders
Former UAAP star Mike Cortez takes a trip down the La Salle memory lane with host Naveen Ganglani
In a conversation on Heart’s vlog, the former senator and Sorsogon governor explains his reservations on the new law
Faced with the threat of prosecution for anything promoting greater autonomy or independence for the restless city, residents are using wordplay and even subverting Chinese Communist Party dogma to express frustration
'As I wait for our repatriation flight to the Philippines (after 7 ticket cancellations), I remain hopeful and try to remember that day I arrived as a scholar'
Law Professor Howie Calleja is joined by civic groups and La Sallian Brother Armin Luistro in filing the petition before the Supreme Court
The campaign is unlike any other in the Dominican Republic's history, overshadowed by a health crisis that has hit the country's population of 10 million hard
As several foreign-based Filipino Grandmasters continue to impress, Philippine chess looks to assess its national roster
'The tragedy of those who fled is only part of a bigger story that COVID-19 is unraveling about the countryside'
'Labag ito sa karapatang nakasaad sa Saligang Batas, kung kaya't dapat ito ibasura ng Korte Suprema,' says Akbayan
The draft rules published on Wednesday, July 1, by the National Health Commission allow people to donate the organs of relatives who have died and make it illegal to take organs from living minors
Mandatory biometric registration has left many Malay Muslims distrustful of the state and concerned about how new technologies will impact their lives
The Miami Heat continue to test players before leaving for the NBA 'bubble' in Orlando next week
New coronavirus cases are traced to drinking sessions, boodle fights, wakes, and even basketball and volleyball games
Asked if a person can be tagged as a terrorist based on what they post on social media, National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr says it's 'possible'
UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has been trained at an early age by his father Abdulmanap
The new Chick’n Shack burger is coming to Shake Shack Philippines' branches at P250 each
Kimberly Guilfoyle, a former Fox News television personality who is dating Donald Trump Jr, is immediately isolated after discovering she had the virus in a routine test conducted on anyone expected to come in close contact with the president
The landslide in northern Myanmar kills over 170 people, most of them migrant workers. It is the worst accident in memory to befall Myanmar's notoriously dangerous jade mines.
With Metro Manila's virus restrictions slowly easing, street pimps are wasting no time recouping losses from their COVID-induced slump