Are gaming and gambling centers being used for drug dealing, money laundering, and other transnational crimes? Senator Nancy Binay wants to know.
The administration said it remains determined to carry out rebuilding and rehabilitation efforts in areas affected by typhoon "Yolanda" and appealed to all sectors to work together.
The commander of the West Philippine Sea (WPS) has sent search-and-rescue plane and naval assets to help locate the Boeing B777-200 aircraft of Malaysian Airlines with 227 passengers and 12 crew that went missing two hours after takeoff and possibly crashed into the sea.
The government targets to eliminate rabies and declare the country free from the disease in the next six years.
Women found different ways of observing International Women's Day, with Gabriela and the People Surge Alliance of Yolanda Victims marching to the Times Street home of President Aquino III, thousands forming the woman symbol at Luneta, and rights-oriented groups assailing anti-poor policies.
Twenty-five years ago, the World Wide Web was just an idea in a technical paper from an obscure, young computer scientist at a European physics lab.
A grave believed to contain persons executed by the New People's Army was found by troops of the Army's 41st Infantry Battalion, local police and officials in Sitio Sucao, Barangay Dominglay, Licuan-Baay town, Abra Friday afternoon.
An American guided missile cruiser is arriving in Manila Sunday as the Philippine and US governments reach the last stage of negotiations to craft a framework agreement allowing the increased rotational presence of American forces in the country amid the maritime dispute between Manila and Beijing.