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Twitter, Facebook used to push Americans to the polls

WASHINGTON - Nani Teruya does not vote because she believes the United States is illegally occupying her home state of Hawaii, but people are trying to convince her to go to the polls next week via Google+ and Twitter.

Prostitution prevalent on Facebook

Babala sa mga magulang, ginagamit na rin sa prostitusyon ang popular na social networking website na Facebook. Ito ang isyung kulang sa pansin. TV Patrol, Nobyembre 4, 2012, Linggo

Car thieves' worst nightmare: tracking devices

MANILA, Philippines – It’s about time we should on focus on safety. This is the mantra of the people of iNAV Philippines, a mapping and navigation solution provider focused on GPS systems.

Philippines puts 158 caves under protection

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine government has put 158 caves under the protection of the environment department to safeguard them from treasure-hunters, vandals and looters, it was announced Saturday.

Climate change to blame for 'Sandy'?

Was superstorm “Sandy” really an act of God or is man to blame for its devastation?

Activist slapped with libel wants mayor sacked

MANILA, Philippines – The environmental activist who was arrested and jailed over a Facebook post is mulling to file administrative charges against several officials, including the mayor of Gonzaga town in Cagayan, Carlito Pentecostes, Jr.

Why the FDA recalled some Korean instant noodles

Health department spokesperson Dr. Eric Tayag explains what benzopyrene is and its harmful effects on health.

Enrile, Recto remain villains in RH bill – Pia

LONDON - Senator Pia Cayetano remains confident the Senate will vote on the controversial Reproductive Health bill before the year ends.

Fishermen caught in escalating tensions in S.China Sea

LY SON ISLAND, Vietnam - When gun-toting Chinese guards spotted Tran Hien's unarmed wooden fishing boat in disputed waters, they seized his vessel, detained his crew and threw him in jail.

 

How adobo, tabo helped Fil-Ams face superstorm

MANILA, Philippines – A Filipina living in New York said instincts that come from being a Filipino helped them prepare for superstorm “Sandy”.