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Newly crowned San Miguel Beer leads 3 PBA teams in an Asian club tournament this September
The senator says the proposed bills seeking mandatory autopsies on crime victims and crematories' compulsory collection of biological specimen will 'help solve cases swiftly and efficiently'
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.
'We believe the longest linear park in the country, with the proper rules in place, can become an accessible venue for bike enthusiasts to enjoy the city,' says Iloilo City Councilor Jose Efraim 'Jay' Treñas III
(UPDATED) The Bureau of Customs says based on initial reports, the attack on the female employees in Magallanes village 'might have been an attempt to abduct or rob the victims'
Why build toilets with different categories when our toilets at home are not even categorized according to gender identity?
Indeed, the press was invented for democracy’s own health. That’s why a narcissistic, authoritarian character like Rodrigo Duterte simply cannot abide it.
Driven by greed and ignorance, countless ordinary Chinese people, like moths flying toward fire, fall into online gambling and cannot extricate themselves
The prosecution presents letters from PDEA clearing Wilfredo Keng of drug records
Months after his Davao-based squad folded, James Younghusband heads back to action to reinforce Ceres' bid for a third straight PFL title
Arwind Santos admits he picked up a ton of lessons following his controversial monkey gesture towards Terrence Jones
Chinese online gaming hubs near military camps can eventually spy on them, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says, but a security expert believes spying is 'the least of worries' that POGOs present
Former NBA player Terrence Jones says Arwind Santos' monkey taunt did not dampen his experience in the PBA and the Philippines
Terrence Romeo proves he remains one of the deadliest guards in the league by torching his former team TNT in 6 games
Down 1-2 in the best-of-seven finals series, the Beermen seize the next 3 games for their 27th title in franchise history
'Where did they come from? Where are they going? Obviously they are going back to China pero ang mas malaking question, saan sila galing at bakit sila dumadaan sa Sibutu Strait?' asks the defense chief
The Red Lions stretch their perfect NCAA run to 6 games as the Pirates stay within striking distance at 6-1
‘Campus militarization is equivalent to martial law in our university and we shall not let that happen,’ says UP student regent John Isaac Punzalan
PRESS RELEASE: The series is specifically targeted towards women and the LGBTQ+ community who have suffered from mental health issues due to social factors
Senator Francis Pangilinan has filed a bill that seeks to guarantee and protect the right of Filipinos to travel safely, conveniently, affordably, and with dignity
Doctors' groups emphasize 'vector control and early consultation' as key steps to combat the ongoing national dengue epidemic
PUP says that the drug tests are based on an order by the Commission on Higher Education
The Department of Finance wants to raise the total excise tax of a particular alcopops brand from P1.30 per pack to P8. But Senator Pia Cayetano first wants a repackaging of the alcoholic drink.
Maverick Ahanmisi and Ping Exciminiano both bid farewell to the teams that drafted them in the PBA
YouTube is the new battleground in the fight against disinformation
These grade 6 students prove that anyone can make a difference
Pangilinan hopes to restore the dignity of commuting and create a magna carta for commuters' rights
The Armed Forces of the Philippines calls for more drastic powers against terror suspects as Congress moves forward with amending the Human Security Act of 2007
Senator Ronald dela Rosa also denies allegations that he is using parents to advance the government's anti-Left agenda
'Incursions' by Chinese naval vessels in the Sibutu Strait may not have been overtly hostile but the military says they pose a security threat that needs to be addressed
San Miguel goes for the PBA Commissioner's Cup crown as TNT tries to stay alive in Game 6 at the Araneta Coliseum on Friday, August 16
Youth groups highlight the need for Filipinos to speak up against injustice, pointing out how the oppression of student rights may later lead to the oppression of citizens
The queens spend time with the children of Philippine Children’s Medical Center
Senator Cynthia Villar, chair of the Senate committee on agriculture, says Landbank was taking too long to process farmers' loan applications
Meanwhile, 'speaker-in-waiting' Marinduque Representative Lord Allan Velasco is appointed as the leader of PDP-Laban House lawmakers
PBA commissioner Willie Marcial says Arwind Santos may face a more severe punishment should he repeat his racist action
Arwind Santos claims he had no bad intentions when he tried annoying Terrence Jones on court with a monkey gesture
Malacañang says it has a right to exclude any journalist from President Rodrigo Duterte's events if they are 'rude' and 'disrespectful'
TNT says Arwind Santos' actions were rude even to his African-American teammates like Chris Ross and Chris McCullough
The passage of Chinese warships may be the subject of yet another Philippine diplomatic protest, which critics have said are not working
Communist rebels attack a Cafgu detachment in Sallapadan town in Abra at dawn
The first batch of riders will be trained on Sunday, August 18
Arwind Santos claims the monkey gesture was just 'mind games,' but Terrence Jones says it is racism
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'
Filipinos are also advised to avoid the Hong Kong International Airport as a destination or transit airport 'in the meantime'
Arwind Santos claims he was merely trying to get under Terrence Jones' skin with the act
Economic managers need to be more forthright about the state of the Philippine economy and not paint a picture of it that is rosier than the data suggest
(UPDATED) The unnamed lawyers ask the Office of the Ombudsman 'to use its power to conduct an investigation' against PAO chief Persida Acosta and forensics chief Erwin Erfe
On Thursday, August 15, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to Bill Hayton of Chatham House about how China spreads information about allegedly false historical claims and what the concept of "imagined territories" is about
Despite their heated encounters, Chris Ross displays sportsmanship by helping Terrence Jones get up from the floor