• Singapore still with haze
    People watch the sunset from the observatory deck of the Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore on Monday. The country, which has been blanketed in choking haze for weeks, recorded unhealthy levels of PM 2.5 based on its Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) at 4 pm on Monday.

  • 2 Humboldt penguins hatched in Manila
    Manila Ocean Park officials weigh 2 baby Humboldt penguins hatched last August 17 and 20, 2015 at the marine theme park on Tuesday. The penguins, named Tala and Sinag, weighed 84.950 and 83.065 grams, respectively, and are currently being fed by their parents.

  • Filipino children with dengue
    A mother breastfeeds her sick child confined at the dengue ward of the San Lazaro Hospital in Manila, Tuesday. The DOH recently reported a 16.5% rise in dengue cases or a total of 78,808 individuals contracting the disease this year, with the provinces of Bulacan and Cavite declaring a state of calamity.

  • Workers groups protest APEC 2015
    A member of Kilusang Mayo Uno stands among pedestrians walking in front of their protest line against the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Manila, Tuesday. The labor group raised concern over labor contractualization and unfair labor practices allegedly resorted to by a number of corporations.

  • Environmental advocates walk for climate justice
    Representatives of indigenous groups join climate advocates during an ecowalk led by the Ecological Justice Interfaith Movement around the UP Diliman Campus and Quezon Memorial Circle on Sunday. The groups aim to amplify the voice of vulnerable countries in the upcoming climate talks in Paris in December.

Imelda Marcos disappointed her son only aiming for VP

MANILA - Former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos is disappointed that her son has set his sights on winning the vice presidency in a May election, wishing instead he would follow his late father's footsteps into the presidential palace.
Imelda Marcos disappointed her son only aiming for VP

Ex-senator Joker Arroyo passes away

MANILA (3RD UPDATE) - Former senator and human rights lawyer Joker Arroyo has died in the United States, an Arroyo family member told ABS-CBN News. He was 88 years old.
Ex-senator Joker Arroyo passes away

Pacquiao ready to retire from boxing, focus on politics

MANILA, Philippines – Sarangani Rep. and boxing icon Manny Pacquiao says he is ready to step away from the sport that made him one of the most popular and highly-paid athletes in the world, and fully focus on his political career.
Pacquiao ready to retire from boxing, focus on politics


Joker Arroyo: A man beholden to no one except his country

Lynda Jumilla, ABS-CBN News
Posted 8 hours ago

Aika Robredo to quit job to focus on mom's campaign

Jay Ruiz, ABS-CBN News
Posted 9 hours ago

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MMDA chief apologizes, wants out of LP Senate slate

MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino on Wednesday apologized for failing to stop a raunchy dance number at a Liberal Party member's birthday party. He also appealed to the Liberal Party to remove him from its lineup of senatorial candidates for 2016.
Posted 19 hours ago

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Why PH economy is resilient from external shocks

In the final of Cathy Yang's two-part exclusive interview with Fitch Ratings in Hong Kong, she asks what the credit ratings agency needs to see to ensure the Philippines gets an upgrade in credit ratings.
Posted 13 hours ago

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FEU gets revenge, downs NU

The Far Eastern University (FEU) Tamaraws held on to defeat defending champion National University (NU) Bulldogs, 61-59, in a rematch of the UAAP Season 77 finals Wednesday at the Araneta Coliseum.
Posted 11 hours ago

Global Filipino RSS

Good news for overseas voters: Reactivation period extended

MANILA – Good news for overseas Filipino voters who are up for deactivation for failing to vote in the last two consecutive elections: you can still vote in the 2016 election.
Posted 7 hours ago


MILF asks PNoy to certify BBL as urgent

MANILA – Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) chief peace negotiator Mohager Iqbal called on President Aquino to certify the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law as urgent as he and the government peace panel renew their pitch for Congress to pass the proposed measure.


China uses intimidation tactics at UN to silence critics

GENEVA - In a cafe lounge at the United Nations complex in Geneva, a Tibetan fugitive was waiting his turn earlier this year to tell diplomats his story of being imprisoned and tortured back home in China.

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Mga kabataan, nag-rumble sa tapat ng mga tulog na pulis

Walang rumesponde ni isang pulis at nadiskubreng tulog sila sa loob ng presinto.

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Alam niyo ba na mahilig rin mag-Zumba si Ate Vi?

Batangas Governor Vilma Santos joined Sports U's Dyan Castillejo for a Zumba session! She also shared her secrets to staying fit.

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