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'Why is the World Bank loaning money to China? Can this be possible? China has plenty of money, and if they don’t, they create it. STOP!' Donald Trump writes on Twitter
Michelle talks about growing up in a ranch and her advocacy – autism awareness
Local media reports that scientists had marked the bear because it was scavenging for food near a human-inhabited area in the Arctic region
'Yes, I fell in love with someone who was HIV-positive, and despite warnings from other people to just end the relationship, I chose to stay'
The World Meterological Organization says global temperatures so far this year were 1.1 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial average, putting 2019 on course to be in the top 3 warmest years ever recorded
'I want to get the rules changed for wider society,' says 24-year-old Veronika Didusenko, who was dethroned after it was found out that she had a 5-year-old son
Former US secretary of state John Kerry says his new group World War Zero includes admirals and generals as well as celebrities including actor Leonardo DiCaprio and rock legend Sting
Amanpulo Resort is recognized as World’s Leading Dive Resort
We don't discriminate against people who have diabetes or high blood pressure, so why would we discriminate against people who have HIV?
The Samoan government says the number of fatalities had climbed to 39 and the total number of infections was 2,936, up 250 in a 24-hour period
The World Bank has contributed a total of $1.26 billion to the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program since it first provided funding in 2010
The World Health Organization says, the 'outbreak is the largest outbreak worldwide. It is one of the largest that we have seen.' As of November 17, the country had registered 250,270 measles cases, including 5,110 deaths.
'We are not running out of time – we are already out of time,' says Alden Meyer, director of policy at the Union of Concerned Scientists
'If we don't act now – and act together – to prevent the web being misused by those who want to exploit, divide and undermine, we are at risk of squandering' its potential for good, Tim Berners-Lee says
'A true peace can only be an unarmed peace,' says the pontiff
International Master Angelo Young finishes inside the top 10 of the 2019 World Seniors Chess Championship
Angelo Young needs to win his last match against Brazilian GM Darly Lima in order to barge into the top 5
Grandmaster Rogelio Antonio Jr needs to win his last two matches to crash the top 3 as two other Pinoy chess players try to stay in the hunt
A film on Lapulapu is being planned by the National Quincentennial Committee
In its first ever report on global trends for adolescent physical activity, the UN health agency stresses that urgent action is needed to get teens off their screens and moving more
'I think of that small window of opportunity where I was given up for adoption and they were there ready to take me in. What if they weren’t?'
The Philippines heads home without a win, but the Azkals prevent another serious drubbing from Group A leader Syria
Angelo Young continues his stunning campaign in the 2019 World Seniors Chess Championships
Angelo Young vaults into a three-way tie for the lead in the +50 Open division as Rogelio Antonio Jr and Cesar Caturla look to rise through the ranks
Michelle Dee prepares for her Miss World 2019 bid
The Philippine men's football team bags its second win in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Asian qualifiers
Katy Perry aims to set a new world attendance record at a women's sporting fixture during the Twenty20 World Cup in Melbourne next year
Grandmaster Rogelio 'Joey' Antonio Jr will compete in the tournament he placed 2nd in two years ago
An astounding feat made possible by GCash app's Save Money feature, powered by CIMB Bank Philippines
The film is not about the Philippines, even though some of the most important events of that incredible journey happened in this archipelago
The film drew flak from Filipinos for its depiction of Ferdinand Magellan and Lapu-Lapu
Nonito Donaire says the Muhammad Ali trophy will serve as a reminder to him and his sons to win and lose 'graciously'
'Hardship taught me to strive for better conditions,' says Joy Hekrdle, one of Oceana's Ocean Heroes in 2017
Why were the US and Japan forces in the Philippines for joint 'warrior' exercises? Because China desires regional and global domination, and the Philippines is standing in its way.
The warning comes as anti-government demonstrators push on with rallies and hundreds of school children boycott classes
Tagged as the most important climate-related event of the year, the global summit makes headlines around the world as C40 mayors launch a Global Green New Deal
Lewis Hamilton adds the 2019 title to previous triumphs in 2008, 2014, 2015, 2017, and 2018 as he trails Michael Schumacher, who has 7 championships
Cavite-born Wesley So dominates top-ranked Magnus Carlsen to rule the first World Fischer Random Chess Championship
In a stunning display of power and precision, South Africa captures its third rugby world crown after 12 years
Sustaining his impressive showing, Wesley So stuns world No. 1 Magnus Carlsen anew to pull away in the finals series
The decision marks the first time the World Trade Organization has authorized China to impose tariffs in a trade dispute
Cavite-born Wesley So leads tournament favorite Magnus Carlsen by 3 points in the Fischer Random World Championship title series
Stephen Strasburg and the Nationals win their first World Series title, just months after being given only a .01 percent chance of winning the crown by oddsmakers
Over 7,000 people, including Governor Francis 'Chiz' Escudero and wife actress Heart Evangelista, perform the Pantomina sa Tinampo at Sorsogon's Kasanggayahan Festival for the historic feat
Watch our live coverage of PH’s first ever celebration of World Savings Day on October 31
Written off months ago after a poor start, the Washington Nationals complete one of the most shocking championship runs in baseball history
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