• PH, Vietnam navies volley in Spratlys
    Members of the Philippines and Vietnamese navies play volleyball on Parola Island in Palawan in this handout photo taken on May 27, 2015. The game is one of several events organized between the two navies to promote peace in the Spratlys despite conflicting claims in the area.

  • Limlingan testifies before Senate
    Marita Limlingan, sister-in-law of Gerry Limlingan, testifies at the Senate Blue Ribbon committee hearing on alleged anomalies linked to Vice President Jejomar Binay. Gerry Limlingan, who has joint bank accounts with Binay, is an alleged bagman and dummy of the Vice President.

  • Water rates adjustments on June 1
    A man checks a row of water meters installed by water concessionaires at a residential area on Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City on Thursday. Areas under water concessionaire Maynilad will have an increase in rates while those under Manila Water will have a reduction starting June 1.

  • Thai rice to augment Philippine stock
    Workers unload 420 thousand sacks of rice at the port of Manila in Tondo on Thursday. The rice shipment from Thailand is part of the contingency supply to augment the buffer stock as the dry spell continues to affect supply from rice-producing provinces.

  • Slow public spending hurts economy
    Construction laborers work on one of the major infrastructure projects of the government, the new skyway in Manila, on Thursday. The Philippine economy slowed sharply in the first quarter despite government spending, posting a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate of 5.2%, its lowest in three years.

Soldier surrenders after taking 31 people hostage

CAMARINES SUR (3rd UPDATE) - After over four hours, a soldier who was holding hostage 31 people inside a bus in Del Gallego, Camarines Sur, has surrendered.
Soldier surrenders after taking 31 people hostage

Duterte raps critics, says he might run for president

DAVAO - For the first time, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said he is considering running for president in 2016 after being fed up with the criticisms being thrown at him.
Duterte raps critics, says he might run for president

Poe, 3 others back plunder raps vs Binay

MANILA (UPDATED) - One of Vice President Jejomar Binay's possible rivals in the 2016 presidential race has signed a Senate investigation report that is said to have recommended plunder charges against him, his son Makati Mayor Junjun Binay, and other individuals involved in the alleged overpricing of the Makati City Hall parking building.
Poe, 3 others back plunder raps vs Binay


Civilians emerge as pawns in West PH Sea legal chess game

By Greg Torode and Manuel Mogato, Reuters
Posted 5 hours ago

Marcos: No study made on BBL economic impact

By Ryan Chua, ABS-CBN News
Posted 6 hours ago

With no PDAF, more people turn to PCSO for medical aid

By Kathlyn dela Cruz,
Posted 7 hours ago

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Luy reveals more codenames in pork scam

 Pork scam whistleblower Benhur Luy on Friday revealed more codenames allegedly used in transactions with the government during the bail hearing of alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles.
Posted 4 hours ago

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DBP officials face graft charges for 'wash sale'

MANILA – Fourteen officials of the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) are facing graft charges filed by the bank's employees and career officials before the Office of the Ombudsman.
Posted 5 hours ago

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Sharon on KC posing sexy: 'Nasasaktan na ako'

Sharon Cuneta has vented her frustration over her daughter KC Concepcion's "unnecessary too-sexy poses," saying she is hurt whenever she sees the young actress' daring outings.
Posted 4 hours ago

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Maierhofer gets P20K fine for 'shoe-palpal' move

MANILA, Philippines – Barako Bull’s Rico Maierhofer was slapped with a fine after using his shoe to block a shot during their game on Wednesday.
Posted 5 hours ago

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PANOORIN: Lalaki nagnakaw ng CCTV

Walang kawala sa CCTV na ikinabit sa isang fashion store ang lalaking nagnakaw ng CCTV sa Caloocan City.
Posted 12 hours ago

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OFWs urged to leave after attacks on Baghdad hotels

MANILA – The car bombing incidents that targeted two prominent hotels in Baghdad prompted the Philippine Embassy to reiterate its plea to Filipinos to leave the country.
Posted 5 hours ago


Why Capas mayor put his name on caskets

Mayor Antonio ''TJ'' Rodriguez Jr. of Capas, Tarlac has broken his silence on the images circulating on social media showing his name printed on coffins his city government gives to constituents.


China's rich seek own islands amid sea dispute

As sunset falls on his private island in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea), businessman Lin Dong likes few things better than to lounge on a hammock strung between two trees as waves lap the shore.

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Can you spell these? Most obscure words at US spelling bee

The world's premier spelling bee ended in a tie Thursday in the US for a second year in a row after an intense 10-round showdown between two young contestants who tackled some of the English language's most obscure words.

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SOCO: Retired OFW murdered inside Bulacan home

Fidelino Fabros had been living alone in Pandi, Bulacan for more than seven years.

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