'Mario' prepares to exit for Taiwan today - Pagasa 21-Sep-14, 8:10 AM | Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com
Trespasser arrested in second White House incident - official 21-Sep-14, 6:47 AM | Agence France-Presse
Pope Francis appoints moderate Bishop Blase Cupich as Chicago archbishop 21-Sep-14, 9:04 AM | Agence France-Presse
Israeli-Palestinian talks to resume Wednesday: officials 21-Sep-14, 3:07 AM | Agence France-Presse
HISTORY'S LESSON | Stay out of religious wars in the Middle East 21-Sep-14, 8:33 AM | Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman, Reuters
CORRUPTION UNDER MARTIAL LAW | Marcos and his 'temple of doom' 20-September-14, 10:17 PM | Joel C. Paredes, InterAksyon.com READ MORE
'Mario' leaves at least 7 dead, intensifies as it moves away from Northern Luzon 20-Sep-14, 8:03 AM | Jaime Sinapit, Pots de Leon and Imelda V. Albano, InterAksyon.com (UPDATE 3 - 8:17 p.m.) Tropical storm 'Mario' began heading out of the country Saturday after leaving at least seven persons dead and affecting more than half a million others when it triggered torrential rains that inundated Metro Manila and several Luzon provinces Friday.
VIDEO | Many Bulacan areas remain flooded after Storm Mario 20-Sep-14, 6:27 PM | James Beltran, News5 Large areas of Bulacan Province remained under flood waters spawned Friday by Storm Mario and accentuated by the southwest monsoon and high-tide conditions.
French jets strike in Iraq, expanding U.S.-led campaign vs Islamic State 20-Sep-14, 8:48 PM | Reuters President Francois Hollande said Rafale jets hit "a logistics depot of the terrorists" near the city of Mosul.
BREAKING NEWS as of 21-Sep-14, 9:59 AM Ecuador vice president's father, 73, gets 20 years for rape of girl, 13Pope Francis appoints moderate Bishop Blase Cupich as Chicago archbishopHISTORY'S LESSON | Stay out of religious wars in the Middle East'Mario' prepares to exit for Taiwan today - PagasaNGCP restores power in Pangasinan, Benguet suffers from power outageOld woman hurt after retaining wall of house collapses due heavy rains in BataanTrespasser arrested in second White House incident - officialInternet moguls Musk, Bezos shake up US space raceWorld united in fight against ISIL: US President Barack ObamaIsraeli-Palestinian talks to resume Wednesday: officialsEconomic injustice theme of Pope, Kirchner meetVIDEO | Apple fans line up to buy up new iPhonesDSWD gives P5.18-M in aid for 'Mario' evacueesPrince William met by cheering crowds in MaltaBelgium thwarts jihadist attacks: report
NGCP restores power in Pangasinan, Benguet suffers from power outage The Pangasinan area has been re-energized by the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) early Saturday afternoon.
Telcos say networks still up despite heavy rains, flooding in Metro Manila The PLDT Group has set up free call stations, whereas Globe is offering free charging stations.
Smart unveils anti-scam campaign Smart's campaign comes ahead of the Christmas season when text scams proliferate.
Premium Leisure suspends trading, begins roadshow for share sale GT Capital's power sector arm turns on new Cebu plant ahead of schedule PNoy says foreign bank wants to 'globalize' the peso Japan government cuts economic view, warns of stalling consumption Sterling soars on Scottish vote, Asian shares rise Parts of Meralco franchise area, Luzon cut off from power by 'Mario' MRT, LRT operational despite flooding across Metro Manila
PHOTOS | With support from their 'fans,' Netizens clean up after the storm 20-Sep-14, 12:19 PM | Patricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com With sunny skies on the day after tropical storm Mario flooded Metro Manila, Filipinos had another sort of disaster to face: putting their homes back in order.
Australia to introduce tougher anti-terror laws 20-Sep-14, 11:09 AM | Agence France-Presse The Australian government will introduce tough new legislation in parliament next week to tackle terrorism, reports said Saturday, in the aftermath of the biggest crackdown in the country's history.
Tap unspent P180-B Malampaya, energy royalties for emergency power needs: Recto 20-Sep-14, 6:40 AM| InterAksyon.com Unspent royalty payments from Malampaya and other energy projects are expected to reach P180 billion by the end of year making it an abundant source of funds for projects that the government may undertake once Congress grants President Benigno Aquino III emergency powers to tackle the looming energy
DOLE reiterates inclement weather pay rules for workers 20-Sep-14, 5:54 PM| Jet Villa, InterAksyon.com The Labor Department says private sector employers should follow guidelines on pay rules for inclement weather duty.
Navy rescues 53 as boat capsizes off Cebu 20-Sep-14, 6:58 AM| Thom Andrade, InterAksyon.com (UPDATE - 11:26 a.m.) Navy personnel rescued all 53 passengers and crew of a boat that capsized off Talisay City, Cebu Friday afternoon but several more are believed to be missing.
35th Manila Int’l Book Fair: Celebrity authors, big discounts, and cosplay 20-Sep-14, 1:35 PM| Text by Romsanne Ortiguero | Photos by Teddy Pelaez, Lifestyle Section, InterAksyon.com All the local and foreign books to love at this annual gathering of booksellers, publishers, authors, and book lovers.
Economic injustice theme of Pope, Kirchner meet 21-Sep-14, 2:51 AM| Agence France-Presse Pope Francis met Argentine President Cristina Kirchner on Saturday for a closed-door Vatican meeting focused largely on the theme of economic injustice, as Buenos Aires fights hedge fund creditors.
Internet moguls Musk, Bezos shake up US space race 21-Sep-14, 3:47 AM| The space race to end America’s reliance on Russia escalated this week with a multibillion dollar NASA award for SpaceX’s Elon Musk and an unexpected joint venture for Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos.
WEEKEND GUIDE | Sept. 19 to 21: Salcedo Auctions, Manila Int’l Book Fair, and European movies It's a busy weekend filled with auctions, ballet, musical plays, an anime event, and a book fair.
35th Manila Int’l Book Fair: Celebrity authors, big discounts, and cosplay All the local and foreign books to love at this annual gathering of booksellers, publishers, authors, and book lovers.
UPDATED | Dr. Francisco F. Feliciano, National Artist for Music, dies at 73 Founder of Asian Institute of Liturgy and Music joined his Creator on Friday morning, September 19.
35th Manila Int’l Book Fair: Celebrity authors, big discounts, and cosplay UPDATED | Dr. Francisco F. Feliciano, National Artist for Music, dies at 73 DOWN SOUTH | Why I’m not scared of traveling alone without a map CHOW BUZZ | Manila to host Madrid Fusion 2015; all set for the 29th Negros Trade Fair WEEKEND GUIDE | Sept. 19 to 21: Salcedo Auctions, Manila Int’l Book Fair, and European movies STYLE SMARTS | The best lipstick shades for Filipinas Book on Typhoon Haiyan to be launched in November