China hits out at US proposal on South China Sea

BEIJING - China accused the US of deliberately stoking tensions in the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) as it rejected Washington's proposal for a freeze on provocative actions in the region, the foreign ministry said Monday.

New impeach try blasts 'perpetuation of pork'

MANILA - Another impeachment complaint is set to be filed against President Aquino today.

Moratorium in the South China Sea: Charting a course towards peace

Last June 16, Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert F. Del Rosario publicly raised the idea of a moratorium on destabilizing activities in the South China Sea.

Mangroves protect Kalibo from storm surges

Hindi lang paboritong pasyalan ng mga turista ang mga mangrove plantation (bakawan) sa Kalibo, Aklan. Napatunayan din na epektibo itong pananggalang sa storm surge.

US tries to cool sea tensions at Asia security summit

NAYPYIDAW - Security talks between Asian and global powers on Sunday are set to focus pressure on China's maritime ambitions as the US seeks to dampen regional tensions over competing claims to strategic waters.

Buddhist monks pray for hostage crisis victims

Ngayong buwan ang ika-apat na anibersaryo ng madugong hostage crisis sa Quirino Grandstand. Isang programa ang isinagawa sa Quirino Grandstand.

How ATM skimmers take advantage of technology

MANILA -Automated teller machine (ATM) users are urged to be very vigilant when making withdrawals, as ATM skimmers have also upgraded their practices.

Ecstatic UP fans rejoice via Twitter

MANILA, Philippines – Supporters of the University of the Philippines (UP) wasted no time in spreading cheers on social networking site Twitter following the Fighting Maroons' victory over the Adamson Soaring Falcons on Saturday. is Facebook's 6th biggest publisher rose to 6th place among the world's biggest publishers on Facebook in July 2014, according to news aggregator NewsWhip.

DOJ prosecutor blasts bribery allegations

Irresponsible journalism. This is how Senior Deputy State Prosecutor Richard Anthony Fadullon describes the ABS-CBN News report about a notebook that listed people who have been allegedly bribed to jeopardize the Maguindanao massacre case.