Spare tire? Chiz, Leni weigh in on vice-presidency

Vice-presidential aspirants Chiz Escudero and Leni Robredo bared their political platforms and answered question at the "Ang Pagsusuri” forum held in UP Diliman.

From motel to court: The Jennifer Laude slay case

More than a year after Filipino transgender Jennifer Laude was found dead inside a hotel in Olongapo City, is justice finally at hand? 

2016 race will be Duterte vs Poe: analyst

VELVET GLOVE OR IRON FIST? A political analyst believes the 2016 presidential race will be a fight between Senator Grace Poe and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.

Mar camp says Poe 'just learning on the job'

Poe and Roxas were sharply divided on amending the economic provisions of the Constitution to encourage more foreign investors to come in. 

Global warming: What if we do nothing?

If mankind fails to curtail global warming, we will have to deal with fallout ranging from massive refugee crises and submerged cities to scorching heatwaves and drought, scientists say.

'Daang Matuwid' fell short in developing mass transpo: Robredo

MANILA – She may be the administration Liberal Party's vice-presidential candidate but Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo believes the Aquino administration also had shortcomings particularly in developing public transportation. 

Paris under security lockdown for historic climate summit

PARIS - Despite the November 13 terror attacks, Paris still manages to entice visitors, evident by the long lines at its world-renowned attractions.

Kaarawan ni Andres Bonifacio, gugunitain

Araw ni Gat Andres Bonifacio bukas, at ayon sa makatang makabayan at manunulat, dapat aralin ng mga kabataan ang buhay ng mga bayani. 

PH activists slam govt push for coal

The battle for indigenous people's lands is the elephant in the room whenever the Philippine government discusses climate change mitigation programs.

Mga OFW, mas kaunti ang naiipon?

May ilang OFW na kahit ilang taon nang nagtrabaho sa ibang bansa ay umuuwi pa rin ng walang ipon.