• Honduras Miss World candidate murder
    Maria Jose Alvarado (holding flowers) and two other contestants pose for photographs during a beauty contest in San Pedro Sula April 26, 2014. Alvarado has been found murdered just days before she was due to compete in the Miss World pageant in London, police said on Wednesday. 

  • Teachers lobby for pay hikes
    Public school teachers troop to the Senate on Wednesday as it deliberates on the 2015 National Budget. The teachers pressed for the scrapping of pork barrel allocations and its diversion to education and social services, including salary increases for teachers.

  • PNoy visits Pinoy hangout
    President Aquino is ushered to his seat after making his order at popular Filipino fast food restaurant Jollibee at the Lucky Plaza mall in Singapore on Tuesday. Aquino is on a two-day visit to the city-state where thousands of Filipinos are presently employed.

  • Pacquiao shows wares in Macau
    Filipino boxing icon and Saranggani Representative Manny Pacquiao shadow boxes for the media on Tuesday at the Venetian hotel-casino in Macau in preparation for his fight. Pacquiao stakes his WBO welterweight title to young American boxer Chris Algieri on Sunday.

  • Prepping for Pope
    Workers start replacing old lights inside the Manila Cathedral on Tuesday in preparation for one the masses Pope Francis will hold during his visit to the country in January next year. All preparations are now in full swing after the official announcement of the pope's schedule.

Handwriting expert being paid P200k by Revilla

MANILA - A handwriting expert hired by the camp of Senator Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. to examine documents allegedly signed by the senator is being paid P200,000 by Revilla's office.
Handwriting expert being paid P200k by Revilla

Binay on early campaigning: Let's not be hypocrites

CEBU - Vice President Jejomar Binay minced no words when asked if he is engaged in early campaigning for the 2016 elections.
Binay on early campaigning: Let's not be hypocrites

Sandigan convicts ex-QC officials for Ozone disco fire

MANILA (UPDATED) - The Sandiganbayan 5th Division found seven former officials of the Quezon City Engineer's Office guilty beyond reasonable doubt of a violation of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act in connection with the Ozone Disco club fire on March 18, 1996, killing 162 people.
Sandigan convicts ex-QC officials for Ozone disco fire


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Pope Francis to meet leaders of other religions in PH

MANILA – Pope Francis is set to meet leaders of other religions during his visit to the Philippines in January 2015, priests said Thursday.
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Senate may ask House to stick with P82K tax exemption cap for bonuses

A bill raising the tax exemption cap for 13th month pay and other bonuses is inching closer to becoming law with its approval on 2nd reading in the Senate, but it faces several hurdles, including the possibility the ceiling would be lowered.
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Kathryn: Walang love team na forever

Teen star Kathryn Bernardo, who is best known for her love team with actor Daniel Padilla, hinted that there will come a time when they have to go their separate ways.  
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Pacquiao 'back to his best' and ready to stop Algieri

MACAU -- Manny Pacquiao said Wednesday he will show the world he is back to his very best by stopping pretender to his throne Chris Algieri in their world welterwight title contest in Macau.
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House transport chief to Uber: Comply with PH laws

MANILA - House Committee on Transportation chairman Cesar Sarmiento urges transport service provider Uber to comply with all rules and regulations of the Philippines.
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Buffalo, NY buried in heaviest snow in 40 years

NEW YORK - For two days now, Buffalo, New York-- about 380 miles or about six hours away from New York City--has been dealing with unusually large amounts of snowfall.  
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Don't call me thief: Binay to sue critics

CEBU - Vice President Jejomar Binay will be filing a case against personalities who have been accusing him of thievery.


Obama to act unilaterally on immigration, irking Republicans

President Barack Obama will outline a plan on Thursday to relax U.S. immigration policy for as many as 5 million people, bypassing Congress and angering Republicans.

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Cops win right to sport mustaches

For 17 years it was a privilege reserved only for high-ranking Colombian police officers.

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SOCO: 12-year-old goes on field trip, ends up dead

It was an exciting day for 12-year-old Rochelle Ingal.

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