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Despite talks that Dwight Howard has always been a negative presence in the locker room, the Lakers want the eight-time NBA All-Star on board
The National Historical Commission of the Philippines is digging through the Spanish-era water tunnels under the memorial grounds, and hopes to open it to visitors by early 2020
French president Emmanuel Macron tweets: 'Our house is on fire. Literally. The Amazon, the lung of our planet which produces 20 percent of our oxygen is burning'
'Naniniwala tayo na after serving their time, may pagbabago na naganap sa kanilang buhay,' says Philippine National Police spokesman Brigadier General Bernard Banac
'If only the greatest power on earth led by the example of subscribing to UNCLOS, it would be a safer world,' says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr
Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia also asks lawmakers to consider extending the validity of the 2019 budget
Veteran big men Joakim Noah and Dwight Howard get workout invites as the Lakers brace for the absence of DeMarcus Cousins
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Carlito Galvez Jr points to the 'international' spread of school shootings, saying this is enough to reconsider the 1989 deal banning police and military from UP campuses
House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano notes that 'parking' of funds is 'a form of corruption'
Under the proposed 2020 national budget, the Department of Education once again gets the lion's share with P673 billion
'I feel really honored to play a small role in the rich history of Howard University and look forward to building their first men's and women's golf teams with them,' says Steph Curry
Dwight Howard is set to meet the Los Angeles Lakers, who are seeking a center after DeMarcus Cousins' knee injury
Hindi isinasantabi ng Filipino ang wika nating kinalakhan at ang kulturang nagpausbong nito. Tulay itong naglalayong pag-ugnayin tayo sa kabila ng ating pagkakaiba-iba.
Fans want their money back following a series of NBA superstar withdrawals in Team USA's pre-World Cup exhibition games in Australia
But long-term policies threaten our multilingualism. Most high schools don’t offer any other language subjects, whether native or foreign, besides English and Filipino.
Two months after announcing his retirement, Tony Parker gets to see his number 9 jersey raised to the rafters in San Antonio this season
Certain products – among them, cosmetics – must first secure FDA permits before they are sold in the market
Just weeks after joining the Lakers, DeMarcus Cousins suffers a third serious leg injury in 18 months
Former senior UN official Abdalla Hamdok, who stepped down last year as deputy executive secretary of the UN's Economic Commission for Africa, is due to be formally selected on August 20
Thursday's brazen assault targets Pyin Oo Lwin, a tourist town near Mandalay, that is also home to barracks teeming with soldiers receiving training
The Philippine National Police urges Jim Watkins to follow the lead of 8chan creator Fredrick Brennan and 'give anything he would want to share in our ongoing investigation'
The declaration pays tribute to 'student activism' yet the Duterte administration has been criticized for using its crackdown on the Left to quell legitimate dissent in campuses
A woman accused in the e-mail as a terrorist says her father may have been behind it due to his disapproval of her fiancé
'That is voluntary,' says Eastern Police District chief Nolasco Bathan
The artists groups also point out that the alleged incident is the 'latest of assault narratives deploring sexual misconduct within the Philippine arts and culture community in recent years'
The 18-year-old Anakbayan member is still active, but not ready to resurface due to threats of harassment, abduction, and assassination, the group's leader says
This police district director has required the thousands of cops in his jurisdiction to pay P100 each for the renovation of toilets in his headquarters
As we celebrate International Youth Day on Monday, August 12, we must strive to find solutions to ensure that children and young people who have fallen back are not left behind
'The giving of the gift is simply an appreciation by a thankful community for a job well done performed by the law enforcers,' says Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo
Nakatutuwang isiping nagkakaroon ng pagtangkilik sa barong tagalog kasabay ng pagtangkilik sa wikang pambansa. Sana lang, hindi ito pang-isang buwan. Sana buong taon.
President Rodrigo Duterte orders a probe into the death of a Chinese national who was allegedly abused by his Chinese employer
At least 8 others, including a child, were injured in the attack
'We always explain to the public that there is no need for them to give gifts as we are just doing our job and we get paid by the Filipino people through our salaries,' the Philippine National Police says in a statement
The Senator and former police chief criticizes the President for condoning 'petty graft' that could lead to 'insatiable greed'
'This is why the youth’s patriotism will never be quelled for we continue to embrace the struggle of workers, peasants and other sectors of the society,' asserts youth activist Daryl Angelo Baybado
'Spend it so that you can solve the problem,' says President Rodrigo Duterte to an audience of police officers
Almost 50 Philippine languages are endangered because the number of speakers are declining. Part of the problem is government policies that have favored English and Tagalog for many decades.
'What we've pointed out on the basis of scientific evidence is that there are certain diets that have a lower carbon footprint,' says Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change co-chair Jim Skea
'If there is generosity in them, sabi ng anti-graft law, you cannot accept gifts? Kalokohan,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
The dismal state of agriculture, trade wars, and domestic politics are just some of the problems the government's economic team is facing
Efforts to limit global warming while feeding a booming population could be wrecked without swift and sweeping changes to how we use the land we live off
The Palace wants Pagcor to explain its plan to put Chinese POGO workers in self-contained hubs before it comments
The Philippine National Police gets new equipment to help improve the operational capability of police stations across the country
'Nobody was responsible for it. It was just the game,' Kevin Durant on his season-ending injury
The United Nations says it is investigating at least 35 reported instances of Pyongyang 'attacking financial institutions, cryptocurrency exchanges and mining activity designed to earn foreign currency'
The late Czech writer's papers are now in the hands of the Israel National Library
The victim, 24-year-old Lei Kun, already left the country, according to the Chinese consulate
The land use report from the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is expected to spell out the stark choices facing a warming planet with a growing, hungry population
Over 300 writers sign an open letter calling on the National Commission on Culture and the Arts to conduct a 'thorough and independent' probe considering it had funded the workshop
The National Council of Churches in the Philippines says that rights of the citizens to speak and organize should be respected, amid rampant red-tagging of human rights organizations