Stories of kindness amid gridlock during APEC week

Several motorists and commuters were angered by the inconvenience caused by road closures implemented in light of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders' Meeting, but these two have found a way to put a smile on the faces of people stuck in massive gridlocks.

LOOK: Singapore's Lee uses less extravagant plane

Members of the media waiting for the arrival of Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had a moment of confusion when a small, unmarked Gulfstream jet landed, taxied and slowly proceeded to the arrival area of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1 where the welcoming delegation was waiting.

Obama, Xi split on free trade initiatives at APEC

MANILA - The world’s two biggest economies pushed for their respective free trade initiatives as Pacific Rim leaders began their meeting Wednesday in Manila.

Obama hails Pinay scientist's saltwater lamp

MANILA – US President Barack Obama hailed a Filipina scientist's invention, a lamp that runs on saltwater, as the US leader made a push for the use of renewable energy ahead of a crucial meeting in Paris that will weigh heavily on the future of the earth.

AirAsia CEO: Time for PH to develop more airports

MANILA - Other than the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), an airline chief believes the Philippines needs to improve more economic gateways to facilitate development across the country.

Obama, Trudeau, Peña Nieto topbill arrival of APEC leaders

Peña Nieto and Trudeau set social media on fire.

Manila by dawn: Dozens of homeless seek refuge near Luneta during APEC

After major roads were cleared of illegal vendors and illegal settlers for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting, an iconic park in Manila have been the haven of the homeless. 

Nancy defends vote vs Grace Poe

MANILA – Senator Nancy Binay on Tuesday said voting to disqualify Senator Grace Poe in the Senate does not actually benefit her father, Vice President Jejomar Binay.

Obama puts West PH Sea dispute on agenda as summitry begins

U.S. President Barack Obama affirmed Washington's commitment to the Philippines' security and to freedom of navigation in Asia on Tuesday, squarely putting tension over Beijing's claims to the South China Sea onto the agenda ahead of a regional summit.

Rule of law, ties with US won't get PH far in sea row: analyst

Political Analyst Ian Bremmer believes the Philippines won't get very far in its maritime row with china.