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NFL star Tom Brady sees no reason to quit despite revealing he has suffered major head injuries in his 20-year career
'We are hopefully heading towards a final stretch, the light at the end of the tunnel,' say US President Donald Trump
'At this stage, it makes more sense for Metro Manila to follow the lead of New York rather than its East Asian neighbors'
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in Manhattan will house 9 climate-controlled medical tents in its 600-foot-long nave and subterranean crypt, dean Clifton Daniel told the New York Times
The New York City Department of Education cites security concerns with Zoom as the reason for the switch to Microsoft Teams
The military says it thwarted a planned attack by the New People’s Army last Saturday, but rebel leaders say the guerrillas were just on a medical mission
'The coronavirus crisis has created unprecedented economic pressures and we are doing everything we can to preserve as many jobs as possible,' says News Corp Australasia Executive Chairman Michael Miller
An Instagram post from comedienne Amy Schumer showed noisemaking and applause coming from buildings at around 7 pm, which is when shift changes occur at hospitals.
Researchers identify changes in 3 features – liver enzyme alanine aminotransferase (ALT), reported body aches, and hemoglobin levels – that may predict COVID-19 progression to acute respiratory disease syndrome
Police commissioner Mike Bush says a website for reporting people breaking coronavirus lockdown rules opened on Sunday afternoon and received such heavy traffic that it temporarily crashed
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, however, advises residents of the region not to travel except for essential purposes
American tycoon James Dolan, who owns the NBA's Knicks and NHL's Rangers, becomes the first US major sports owner to contract coronavirus
'I'd like to welcome you to be stationed in Taiwan – a country that is a beacon of freedom and democracy,' Taipei's foreign minister tells journalists expelled from China
In New York, the coronavirus hit to the economy is like a boulder that gets bigger as it rolls ever-faster downhill, leveling more of the city's stores and services
The Philippine government earlier declared a ceasefire with communist rebels as security forces focus on battling the novel coronavirus
In response to the chaos at ferry terminals and airports, the New Zealand government grants a two-day extension until Friday for those returning home to self-isolate
The communist rebel leader earlier declined to reciprocate the government's ceasefire, which President Rodrigo Duterte ordered as the country battles the novel coronavirus
NFL star Tom Brady ends a 20-year run with the New England Patriots to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
'All 4 convicts (were) hanged at 5:30 am,' says the head of the Tihar Jail in the Indian capital
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton becomes the first person in the NFL to contract the disease
Under the deal, the government – which owns 52% of Air New Zealand – will extend up to NZ$900 million (US$515 million) of credit to the airline over the next two years
There are no Persons Under Investigations (PUIs) at the New Bilibid Prison according to the Bureau of Corrections
The defense chief expects guerrilla attacks to continue, while rebel leaders say the Luzon lockdown is meant only to intimidate and immobilize the public
(UPDATED) 'Sa gitna ng enhanced community quarantine at ng state of calamity sa ating bansa...hindi po muna sasahimpapawid ang GMA News TV o ang GNTV,' says GMA News anchor Jessica Soho
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says the ceasefire will last from March 19 until April 15
'From now on abortions will be rightly treated as a health issue,' says New Zealand's justice minister
With New York restaurants closed, hungry residents are relying on bicycle delivery riders who fear contagion but have no choice but to continue working
NFL star quarterback Tom Brady looks set to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have not reached the playoffs since 2007
Decorated quarterback Tom Brady leaves the New England Patriots after 20 years in the team
'US imperialism, Chinese imperialism, the Duterte administration, and the CPP-NPA-NDFP can become tactical allies, even if strange bedfellows, against the coronavirus'
The government says its NZ$12.1-billion stimulus package is the largest peacetime spending spree in modern New Zealand history
The President sees the police and military on the frontlines of the Luzon-wide ‘enhanced community quarantine,’ and asks communist rebels for a halt in hostilities
(UPDATED) Rodolfo Salas is released Wednesday, March 18, after posting a P200,000 bail
On its long-haul network, Air New Zealand will be reducing its capacity by 85%. It is still unclear how many jobs would be affected.
'We need clarity of thought and deed. Let’s bring out the best of our humanity to drown our fear'
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the economic impact of the coronavirus on the country 'could be greater than the global financial crisis'
The abuse experienced prior to the attacks on March 15 last year died down after the killings but appears to be on the rise again, with unease growing among the Muslim community amid ongoing vitriol and threats
The military says the loss of Julius Soriano Giron will 'rattle' the communist rebels' 'dwindling forces'
Once colleagues in the Free Legal Assistance Group, human rights lawyer Arno Sanidad and Justice Marvic Leonen face off on the case of ex-NPA chairman Rodolfo Salas
'How about the 15 who were massacred? How about their relatives? They have waited for justice for so long,' says Solicitor General Jose Calida
'This is literally a matter of life and death,' says Governor Cuomo
New York state records 76 cases positive for coronavirus
The jail warden is ordered to bring Rodolfo Salas to the Supreme Court on March 12
The Department of Health says there is no definite time yet for the repatriation of Filipinos in Macau
The intimidating message made on an encrypted messaging app reportedly shows a man in a balaclava sitting in a car outside the Al Noor mosque accompanied by threatening text and a gun emoji
At least 3 suspected NPA members and 1 soldier are killed in separate clashes in Bohol and Negros Oriental from February 28 to February 29
Zion Williamson finishes with an NBA career-high in points, but LeBron James and the Lakers get the last laugh
From our archives: The Philippine military is treading dangerous waters with its counterinsurgency experiments
New Zealand is introducing strict travel bans on arrivals from Iran similar to those already imposed on arrivals from China