Makati City and Pasig City (ranked together) are the "selfiest" in the world, according to research released by TIME Monday.
Acting on a report by its military, the Philippine government has protested China's recent act of shooing away Philippine boats in the Ayungin Shoal, calling Beijing's act a 'clear and urgent threat' to the country's rights.
Mindanao's first cardinal, His Eminence Orlando Cardinal Quevedo, will celebrate his 75th birthday and cardinalship today with a thanksgiving mass in the city.
Farmers in central Visayas will soon reap a harvest after using emergency seed supplies to grow crops following a devastating typhoon that struck during the planting season, the UN food agency said Monday.
Beijing on Monday blamed Kuala Lumpur for a lack of information about a vanished Malaysia Airlines flight, as tearful relatives of the 153 Chinese passengers aboard voiced frustration with all sides of the response effort.
(UPDATE, 3 p.m.) The Department of National Defense on Sunday announced that the Philippines and United States negotiating panels concluded their sixth round of negotiations in Washington regarding the Framework Agreement for Enhanced Defense Cooperation (formerly, Increased Rotational Presence).
The San Fernando City, Pampanga Regional Trial Court, where Globe Asiatique president Delfin Lee is set to be arraigned on syndicated estafa charges this Friday, was evaucated late Tuesday morning after receiving a bomb threat.
First Pacific Managing Director Manuel V. Pangilinan on Monday evening told an audience at Stanford University that the conglomerate will set up an office in Silicon Valley to help spur a more competitive culture in an economic era defined by companies' ability to innovate.