Punto por Punto: Away ng taxi at SUV, sino ang may kasalanan?

MANILA - Punto por Punto host Anthony Taberna discusses the filing of charges against a suspect in the road rage incident at EDSA Santolan flyover and whether the SUV driver was only using a toy gun.

Punto por Punto: Emosyonal na SONA ni PNoy, bilib ka ba?

Punto por Punto host Anthony Taberna talks about the fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Benigno Aquino III, where the chief executive turned emotional after recalling his parents' legacy and the achievements of his administration.

Teditorial: War

Recent generations have been lucky. They haven't experienced a world war. But is the lack of war causing an economic slowdown? Here's tonight's Teditorial.

Umagang Harapan: Performance ni PNoy, pasado o bagsak?

MANILA - Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, Caloocan Rep. Edgar Erice and former budget secretary Benjamin Diokno give their own take on the performance of President Aquino in the past four years.

Teditorial: Going when the going is good

Teddy Locsin Jr. gives us something to reflect on again this weekend. Letting go of the spotlight, in tonight's Teditorial.

Horny is universal

Filipinos can expect greater United States military presence in the Philippines soon following the signing of a defense agreement between both nations. Could that mean we can also expect more abandoned 'Amerasian' children? Here's tonight's Teditorial.

Punto por Punto: 2nd impeach complaint inendorso laban kay PNoy

MANILA - Punto por Punto host Anthony Taberna talks about the second endorsed impeachment complaint against President Aquino.

Teditorial: Give, don't throw

As we give way to personal time this weekend, Teddy Locsin Jr. reminds us about the art of giving. Here's tonight's Teditorial.

Teditorial: Show us the money

As Manila remains locked in a territorial dispute with Beijing, Teddy Locsin Jr. gives a suggestion on how we can still benefit from China.

Teditorial: Circumcising scrota

While banks say the credit card industry is growing in the country, latest estimates show only 5 percent of the population use credit cards. In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. shares one reason why Filipinos could be turned off by plastic money.