An eye catching title or flowery words are the usual tools of journalists to attract readers or viewers. But embellishing stories is usually a no-no. Teddy Locsin Jr. examines a popular anchorman's fall from grace in tonight's Teditorial.
Japan is being drawn inexorably into the territorial issues between China and other Southeast Asian countries, but there's only so much it can do. As Teddy Locsin Jr. observes, that's pretty much what the United States has been saying all along.