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The series follows the life of an Indian American teenager whose short temper gets her into sticky situations
Google adds it is exploring other ways for its developer community to connect and collaborate
Biomedical engineers find that the French World War I 'Adrian' helmet performed better than modern designs in protecting from overhead blasts.
MBC documentary 'I Met You' shows a tearful reunion between a South Korean mother and her deceased 6-year-old daughter via advanced virtual reality
Lana and Noah talk about how their characters grow in the sequel to their hit film 'To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before'
It's time we discuss some of the running issues that necessitate an actual Safer Internet Day for both kids and adults
Things are not all rosy in Covinsky-land...
Agoncillo, San Nicolas, Sta Teresita, Talisay and Laurel towns are without power
'All I Want For Christmas Is You' makes it to number 1 after it topped the charts in late 2019
(3rd UPDATE) The twin blasts in Cotabato province on Sunday evening, December 22, follow a grenade attack in Cotabato City
There's a new boy in town – and he may be out to win Lara Jean Covey's heart
Noah Centineo and Lana Condor return as the ever-adorable Team Covinsky, while Jordan Fisher joins the cast as John Ambrose
The group Lawyers for Commuter Safety and Protection says these motorcycle taxi firms give no assurance of commuter safety, since they do not have a track record and are not being monitored
National record holders James Deiparine, Remedy Rule and Jasmine Alkhaldi eclipse their own swimming marks during the Philippines' stellar SEA Games start
‘Some Nights I Feel Like Walking’ was the first Filipino film selected to be part of the intensive SEAFIC film lab
It's a Valentine's weekend to remember! The trio will share the stage with local acts December Avenue and I Belong To The Zoo on February 16, 2020
We still have a long way to go before we elevate independent documentary culture in the Philippines, but there is hope
Mohammed Mansoor Khan is detained at New Delhi airport upon his return from Dubai, where he had fled last month after winding up his scandal-hit company
(UPDATED) A senior foreign ministry official describes the UK move as 'unacceptable' in a meeting with the British ambassador, who has been summoned to hear a formal protest
White House National Security Advisor John Bolton tweets: 'Excellent news: UK has detained the supertanker Grace 1 laden with Iranian oil bound for Syria in violation of EU sanctions'
'Because I Love You' is nothing more than a chore, and it shows
'I Rise' highlights the universal spirit of protests and the humanity behind social justice movements around the world, including the Philippines' defense of press freedom and the cases against Maria Ressa
Troy Hunt is working with KPMG to help find potential buyers to help him fulfill the goals of HIBP as a transparent location that'll allow consumers to have a free, growing resource which would aid in information security for everyone
Police say security will remain tight over the weekend for a major Buddhist festival as well as the 10th anniversary of the ending of the country's decades-long Tamil separatist war
The American boy band releases an acoustic version of the song on YouTube to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the hit album 'Millenium'
The four-time NBA MVP continues to give back to the community in his hometown of Akron, Ohio
The catchy pop song collab by Bieber and Sheeran tackles mental health
Video chats, user-recorded videos, Instagram or any other content source – the new feature is supposed to be able to provide automatic captions for those
The next generation of Google Assistant has been shrunk to fit onto Pixel phones, so your data won't get sent to the cloud
Here are some of the announcements you can expect at Google’s annual developer conference, slated for May 8, 1 am, Philippine time
The 'I am Climate Justice Movement' needs volunteers to get barangay ordinances passed in support of the campaign
Owner of NYC-based Filipino restos Jeepney and Maharlika, Nicole's cookbook 'I Am a Filipino' lands on the prestigious James Beard nominees list
Argee Guerrero is bringing his solo acoustic project to Rappler HQ!
It is being lauded as the first mainstream Indian film to show parents dealing with their daughter being in a same-sex relationship
The data trove – which listed 772,904,991 unique email addresses and 21,222,975 unique passwords – appears to have been made up of different data breaches, with some of the information going as far back as 2008
The screening of the movie 'BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul,' gets canceled after the group was accused of being 'gay'
Wala na yatang nakaaalala na ang buwan ng Nobyembre ay Reading Month – kung paanong wala na ring nakakaalala kung paano magbasa nang marubdob, lalo na sa kagubatan ng social media
Authorities say retired Police Officer 2 Dario Bolandia Ayes owns the site where boxes containing improvised explosive devices have been found
From a talented journalist to a dashing webtoon character, we list down the different Lee Jong-Suk roles that caught our fragile hearts
Macron delivers a stinging indictment of nationalism in a 20-minute speech and called on leaders to learn the lessons of the past. 'Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism,' he said.
Both the US and Russian presidents arrive separately for the solemn ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe, skipping the bus ride and symbolic walk with other leaders
(UPDATED) Around 70 leaders including US and Russian Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will mark the centenary of the 1918 Armistice in the French capital
'The attack plot did not seem to have been fully worked out, but the November 11 commemorations appear to have been its background,' a source says
A century after the "war to end all wars," the world lives with the consequences of a peace accord that, even at the time, was criticized as making another war inevitable in Europe
LeBron James bags his first trophy this season – off court for his philanthropic work
Queue these local acts to your OPM playlist. You can catch all of them this San Miguel Oktoberfest!
Representatives from Britain, France, Italy, Russia, and Serbia celebrate the armistice of September 29, 1918 at the final resting place of 20,000 Allied soldiers
Don't be fooled. Benevolent sexism lives on in silence and maintains the harm.