• Grenade explodes near Manila police station
    Members of the Manila Police Bomb Squad inspect a burned car on Thursday following a grenade explosion right in front of the Manila Police Station 1 in Tondo, Manila. The grenade was thrown by an unidentified man riding on a motorcycle. No one was hurt in the incident.

  • Las Pinas prepares for canonization
    Workers of the Golden Haven Cemetery in Las Pinas clean the life-size image of Pope John Paul ll on Thursday. John Paul II, adored by many devotees in this predominantly Roman Catholic nation, will be canonized on Sunday at the Vatican.

  • Summer fruits galore
    Watermelons are displayed for sale along the highway in Maguindanao province in Mindanao. The popular summer fruit is priced as low as P10 a kilo at roadside stalls along the highway.

  • Farmers burn effigies of PNoy, Kris
    Farmers from Tarlac burn the effigies of President Aquino, Kris Aquino and Peping Cojuangco during a protest at the Department of Agrarian Reform in Quezon City on Thursday. The farmers slammed the bogus land distribution being implemented at the Cojuangco-owned sugar estate.

  • Obama in Japan
    US President Barack Obama (2nd left) bows to Honda's humanoid robot ASIMO, an acronym for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, as he tours the Miraikan Science Expo in Tokyo on Thursday. Obama arrived in Japan for the first of his four-nation swing in Asia.

Hold departure orders issued vs Chavit, Corona

MANILA -- The Sandiganbayan Third Division has issued separate hold departure orders against former Ilocos Sur Governor Luis ''Chavit'' Singson and former Chief Justice Renato Corona.
Hold departure orders issued vs Chavit, Corona

No sorry to Hong Kong from PNoy, just regrets

There was no sorry, just sorrowful regrets. There was no compensation, just "tokens of solidarity" and a form of quit claim. And for the 21 families of the Manila hostage-taking victims, it will never be over.
No sorry to Hong Kong from PNoy, just regrets

Cayetano urges Lacson to name names

MANILA - Senator Alan Peter Cayetano urged former Senator Ping Lacson to disclose the names said to be part of the list of other senators who are part of the pork barrel scam.
Cayetano urges Lacson to name names


How Erap helped end Philippines-Hong Kong dispute

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'Kris may have given birth again before pork scam is solved'

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Ex-COA chair Villar arrested

MANILA (UPDATED) - One of the co-accused in the plunder case involving the alleged misuse of Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) funds during the Arroyo administration has been arrested, police said.
Posted 14 hours ago

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BSP seeks to tweak color of P100 bill

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATE) – The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has passed a proposal to the Office of the President seeking to adjust the color of the P100 bill to address the confusion on its similarity with the P1,000 bill.
Posted 18 hours ago

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John Lloyd regrets shelved series with Anne, Piolo

“Wala kaming problema ni Anne. Wala talaga.” These were John Lloyd Cruz’s own words when asked how his relationship with Anne Curtis is, months after the actress reportedly slapped him at a high-end bar in Taguig.
Posted 21 hours ago

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Pacquiao can't post P3.2B cash bond

After getting a favorable ruling from the Court of Tax Appeals, Manny Pacquiao now has 10 days to come up with a more than P3-billion cash bond. But the Pacman's camp says he does not have that much money.
Posted 9 hours ago

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Another accused in Vhong case turns vs Cedric, Deniece

Another accused in the beating of comedian and television host Vhong Navarro wants to turn state witness.
Posted 6 hours ago

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Fil-Am doctor among 3 killed in Kabul hospital attack

KABUL - A Filipino-American doctor was among those killed on Thursday when a security guard opened fire at a Kabul hospital funded by a U.S. Christian charity, the latest in a spate of attacks on foreign civilians in Afghanistan.  
Posted 6 hours ago


4-year-old boy joins penitensya; DSWD probes

Penitents flogging their backs until they turn red with what appears to be blood is a common sight in Cutud in San Fernando, Pampanga every Holy Week. But when the image is that of a four-year old child participating in this ritual, netizens express concern, even outrage.


Obama faces emotional trip to South Korea

TOKYO - US President Barack Obama will encounter a nation mourning one of its worst maritime disasters and on edge over North Korea's nuclear brinkmanship Friday when he flies to South Korea.

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Sriracha hot sauce makers head for next showdown in California

The Southern California makers of the popular Sriracha brand of hot sauce faced another potential showdown on Wednesday with the city of Irwindale over a peppery smell emitted from the company's chili-processing factory in town.

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SOCO: Jealous lover dumps partner in septic tank

Rose Ann and Asalim first met in 2005. At that time, Rose Ann was in a relationship. But Asalim pursued her until she eventually fell for for him.

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