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JUSTICE Secretary Leila de Lima’s rush to investigate Vice President Jejomar Binay over allegations of corruption raises several troubling questions that...
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IN what should be the perfect time to show the people that he could be the best next leader of this country, Interior and Local Governments Secretary Manuel Roxas...
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FOR the first time, Vice President Jejomar Binay last week spoke out in public against the Aquino administration of which he is a part.
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The country is emotional, and deeply divided, on the killing of transgender woman Jennifer Laude. She was found dead a week ago at a motel in Olongapo City.
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The Bureau of Customs stinks, literally. Imported garbage inside 40-foot vans are rotting in the container yard. It cannot leave the premises, and officials are...
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That the dreaded Ebola virus would enter the Philippines is not impossible; it’s not improbable, either. After all, no less than the World Health...
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Earlier this week, and without much fanfare, the world commemorated the International Day for Disaster Reduction. According to the Web site of the United Nations,...
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THERE’S been a lot of back-and-forth these days between the supporters of Vice President Jejomar Binay and his detractors.
8 days ago | 0 comment
From the Vatican, and during the two-week Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the Pastoral Challenges of the Family, Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle...
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WHAT shall we to do with President Benigno Aquino III when his term expires in June 2016?
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New directors are manning the Quezon City Police District, Manila Police District, Northern Police District and Southern Police District after their respective...
11 days ago | 0 comment
A 17-year-old Pakistani girl is one of this year’s two recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize.
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The allegations of an opposition lawmaker that the government is favoring a contractor to manage the operations of the light rail transit system along EDSA should...
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Living in Metro Manila used to be challenging especially for the middle and lower economic classes who have to trek to work every day to eke out an income.