RDO spent 9 years of his career with the KaTropa – winning 6 PBA championships and two Finals MVP awards to boot
The two teams end up sharing the 3rd spot with identical 7-3 records
'Parang ako noong college,' Jarencio, who once scored 48 points in the UAAP and 45 points in the PBA, says of Pringle's awe-inspiring performance
Genesis 'Tisoy' Argoncillo is believed to have been beaten to death by co-detainees on June 19
The spitfire guard achieves the feat without sacrificing efficiency, shooting a scintillating 60%, highlighted by a 9-of-14 clip from 3-point range
The sole power to declare a state of war is returned to Congress in the latest printed version of the Consultative Committee's draft constitution
Datu Dulphing Ogan, secretary general of the Kalumaran organization, says indigenous peoples will benefit the most from the talks between the government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines as this will bring peace
The Consultative Committee made sure the 'fears of the people' about charter change are addressed in the draft constitution, says former Senate president Aquilino 'Nene' Pimentel Jr
The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo accuses Nestor Borromeo, a revisor of former senator Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr, of using a plastic magnifying lens during the ballot recount process
The Department of Education says the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act only authorizes drug tests on students of secondary and tertiary schools
Two detainees are now facing murder charges over the death of Genesis 'Tisoy' Argoncillo
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Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano, who met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Washington, delivers a personal letter from President Rodrigo Duterte congratulating US President Donald Trump for the successful summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
Elena Matias, grandmother of the accused Adell Milan, says the PNP’s facial sketch will show that her grandson does not look like the suspect at all
There will be light to moderate rain in the Ilocos Region, the Cordillera Administrative Region, Batanes, the Babuyan Group of Islands, Zambales, and Bataan
The X21 is the first phone with an in-display fingerprint scanner to be officially available in the Philippines
With the current bloodbath in the local bourse, investors ask if it's a good time to buy cheap stocks
A thunderstorm brings heavy rain on Thursday, June 21, triggering flash floods
Quezon City Police Station 4 Commander Carlito Grijaldo is sacked following the death of Genesis 'Tisoy' Argoncillo, who had been under detention
The former La Salle star hopes the UAAP won't tread the same path, noting it's going to be 'really bad' for Philippine basketball
The Land Transportation Office says the license plates in the first batch to be distributed are for those registered from July 1, 2016 to October 31, 2016
Shaq delos Santos says the national volleyball team's overseas training – which Alyssa Valdez and Jia Morado plan to join – can boost the Philippines' chances in the Asian Games
Chief Superintendent Guillermo Eleazar decides to sack Police Officer 3 Dennis Saño after being shown photos and the death certificate of Genesis 'Tisoy' Argoncillo
Where should the initiative to oppose the ouster of former chief justice Maria Lourdes Sereno come from instead? Vice President Leni Robredo says it should emanate from 'all of us.'
Members of the Pilipinas Obstacle Sports Federation (POSF) dominate the mountain trail obstacle
(UPDATED) The Quezon City Police District earlier said Genesis 'Tisoy' Argoncillo died from mere shortness of breath
External concerns, trade wars, economic uncertainties are causing investors to migrate to safer investments in more stable countries, possibly affecting the country's digital competitiveness, says PLDT's Eric Alberto
The 7-foot-1 standout thinks teammates Forthsky Padrigao and Carl Tamayo will also play key roles in the under-17 world basketball tournament
Paulo Adrian Bataller, a transgender woman, was told men aren’t allowed to fit swimwear for women. Transgender women, however, are women and not men.
The 4th Philippine Digital Convention hopes to enable enterprises to become fearless in the face of digital. Watch the livestream of the event plenary on June 21, 3:30 pm!
The son of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos says he aspires to gain the highest position in Philippine politics, but says the presidency is 'not something that I wake up in the morning and plan on'
This is due to the summer solstice, or when the sun is 'directly over the Tropic of Cancer'
All tourism destinations will be up for assessment by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, but some areas are on top of the list
Private citizen Rjhay Laurea files the opposition with the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC), which is screening Marquez and other applicants for Supreme Court Justice
The students win the Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire's 2018 Beamline for Schools competition with their proposal to explore the use of particles known as 'pions' for cancer therapy
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This is the 3rd trade the PBA has approved in 4 days
'Para sakin ang importante ay naumpisahan na ang paguusap. The conversation has now begun inside the Supreme Court,' says TV personality Boy Abunda, who was present at the opening of the oral arguments at the SC
(2nd UPDATE) 'Help is finally here,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros, author and principal sponsor of the landmark measure that provides affordable and accessible mental health services
(UPDATED) Police say Genesis 'Tisoy' Argoncillo died after complaining of shortness of breath. He shared a jail cell – built to hold only 6 people – with 138 detainees.
The National Democratic Front says in a statement on Thursday, June 21, that it agrees 'to continue peace negotiations and to overcome obstacles and impediments'
The two Philippine team players hope to make up for their absence in the PSL tuneup games by joining the overseas camp
Yet President Rodrigo Duterte has described the Catholic Church as 'full of shit' and has continued verbal attacks against it amid the recent killings of priests
The Department of Education confirms that no police officials will be involved in the drug testing. School boards will follow DepEd and CHED guidelines, as well as local ordinances.
PAGASA says this low pressure area only has a slim chance of developing into a tropical depression. Meanwhile, the western part of Northern Luzon will have rain from the southwest monsoon.
'Ito po magagamit sa oposisyon. Kayo po nasa oposiyon, kami hindi. So 'yun po ang iniiwasan natin, lalong-lalo na walang depenisyon, magagamit sa panunupil,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
Women's rights group Oriang says poor women suffer the most under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law
The Philippine Tax Whiz lets us know about provisions in the TRAIN law meant to help the poorest of the population
With lights flashing and sirens blaring, police cars patrol an empty residential street in Laoag City late at night, as part of the drive against tambays. Police have different views on the propriety of the move.