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Teditorial: God's there

The movie "Noah" has earned criticisms from several religious groups for its alleged inaccurate depiction of the biblical figure. And, it has also failed to get an endorsement from the Vatican. Teddy Locsin Jr. weighs in on that in tonight's Teditorial.

Teditorial: Best left unsaid

They say communication is key in a relationship. But as Teddy Locsin Jr. shares, maybe some things are better left unsaid. Here's tonight's Teditorial.

Teditorial: Haute prison

Ever wondered what jail food tastes like? Well, three prisons in the United Kingdom are giving people a chance, but visitors will be in for a surprise. Here's tonight's Teditorial.

Punto por punto: Centralized gun registration, ipinatigil ng SC

Punto por punto host Anthony Taberna discusses the decision of the Supreme Court that stopped the Philippine National Police (PNP) from enforcing several provisions of the Republic Act No. 10591 (the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act of 2013).

Teditorial: Everybody happy

Idolizing a celebrity can be expressed in a lot of ways, from buying their perfume to wearing their brand of clothes. But apparently, now you can eat them too. Here's tonight's Teditorial.

Punto por punto: SC upholds RH law's constitutionality

Punto por punto host Anthony Taberna discusses the decision of the Supreme Court upholding the constitutionality of the controversial Reproductive Health Law except for eight of its provisions.

Teditorial: The value of a useless life

In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. shares the story of a father who will do everything he can to give his son a brighter future.

Punto por Punto: Reporter, pinatay sa sariling bahay

Punto por Punto host Anthony Taberna discusses the killing of tabloid reporter Rubilyn "Rubie" Garcia inside her own house in Bacoor, Cavite.

Punto por Punto: Bilangguan para sa mayayaman?

Punto por Punto host Anthony Taberna discusses proposals to create a special jail that will cater to those who have committed "white collar" crimes, particularly government officials implicated in corruption scandals.

Teditorial: Nature channel

In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Junior draws a parallel between nature and government.