Are teens targeted in N.Cotabato? 3 students killed, 24 hurt as bomb explodes in billiard hall 24-Nov-14, 7:23 AM | Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com
'I lost 10 friends in the Ozone fire, 1 to suicide 2 years later, and 6 others I never saw again' 24-Nov-14, 6:48 AM | *Corazon Diaz, as told to Veronica Uy
Debit card issuers told to put in place safeguards against fraud 23-Nov-14, 8:09 PM | InterAksyon.com
US police shoot dead boy, 12, holding replica gun 24-Nov-14, 1:20 AM | Agence France-Presse
France's Accor to build six more hotels in the Philippines through 2017 24-Nov-14, 12:10 AM | Krista Angela M. Montealegre, InterAksyon.com
EDITORIAL | The Ampatuan Massacre 5 Years On: Who Cares? 23-November-14, 10:21 AM | InterAksyon.com READ MORE
GLOBAL MEDIA ON MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE | Aquino govt enables environment for impunity 23-Nov-14, 3:02 PM | InterAksyon.com | With PNA UPDATED 9:45PM-An international organization representing over half a million journalists from 134 countries has concluded a mission to revisit the Maguindanao Massacre of 58 persons, and cast much of the blame for the zero convictions, five years after the crime, on the Aquino administration.
Manny Pacquiao scores six knockdowns, dominates Chris Algieri to retain WBO welterweight belt 23-Nov-14, 2:22 PM | InterAksyon.com Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao dominated his fight against erstwhile undefeated Chris Algieri, winning a definitive unanimous decision in an impressive performance in their 144-lb catchweight to retain his WBO welterweight title at the Cotai Arena in The Venetian Hotel and Resort in Macau.
Election watchdog assails Comelec for undue preference for Smartmatic 23-Nov-14, 1:22 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com The Commission on Elections has accorded Smartmatic, the vendor of voting machines used in the last two national and local elections, preference in the P1.2-billion project to refurbish the 82,000 PCOS units, an election watchdog said Sunday.
BREAKING NEWS as of 24-Nov-14, 11:49 AM Max's to price maiden share sale on November 26Asia stocks jump as China, Europe step up stimulusAfter MLQ University, it's St. Scholastica's turn to go solarAustralian mother charged after baby survives five days in drainBanks' lending to the property sector up in the second quarterGlobal warming to have big effect on world's poorest nations, says World BankComputer spying malware uncovered with 'stealth' features - SymantecAre teens targeted in N.Cotabato? 3 students killed, 24 hurt as bomb explodes in billiard hall'I lost 10 friends in the Ozone fire, 1 to suicide 2 years later, and 6 others I never saw again'Israeli policeman charged with manslaughter of Palestinian teenEgypt court confirms jail terms for 85 studentsUS police shoot dead boy, 12, holding replica gun220 Syrian migrants rescued off northern CyprusFrance's Accor to build six more hotels in the Philippines through 2017Suicide blast at Afghan volleyball game kills around 50
Max's to price maiden share sale on November 26 Its first public share sale since acquiring Pancake House, Max's aims to raise as much as P4.6 billion.
Asia stocks jump as China, Europe step up stimulus MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan jumped 1.3 percent - its biggest daily gain in a month.
After MLQ University, it's St. Scholastica's turn to go solar Propmech is putting up the up to 100-kilowatt solar rooftop facility at St. Scholastica's.
Banks' lending to the property sector up in the second quarter France's Accor to build six more hotels in the Philippines through 2017 Third-quarter PH economic data seen weighing on stock market this week Megawide close to bagging 8990 Holdings' two property projects As non-gaming section expands, Solaire casino operator seeks profitable balance Rolling stock of Philippines' only train system up for repairs AirAsia Zest mounting Singapore flights out of Cebu and Boracay
LADY JUSTICE BLINDFOLDED, BUT RUSHING | Sereno defends court's work in Maguindanao massacre trial 23-Nov-14, 4:52 PM | Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno is constantly monitoring the 2009 Maguindanao massacre case, and the Judiciary has thrown its full support for the QC court handling the trial, but the SC chief declined to 'speculate' on whether it can be completed in 2016, when President Aquino's term ends.
Rolling stock of Philippines' only train system up for repairs 23-Nov-14, 11:01 PM | Darwin G. Amojelar, InterAksyon.com The PNR is spending P2.2 billion for the repairs.
Bodies of possible Yolanda victims found in Tacloban City a year after the storm 23-Nov-14, 10:07 AM| Lottie Salarda, InterAksyon.com Two weeks after the first anniversary of typhoon Yolanda, two bodies of possible victims of the storm, were found separately in a subdivision in Barangay Tigbao and in the district of San Jose, Tacloban City Saturday.
Sayyaf leader with P5.3-M bounty, soldier killed in shootout after resisting arrest incident in Sulu 23-Nov-14, 8:57 AM| Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com (UPDATE, 11:40 a.m.) - A "notorious leader of the Abu Sayyaf" with a P5.3 million bounty and a soldier were killed and another soldier was wounded after the bandit resisted arrest late Saturday afternoon in Barangay Duyan Kaha, Parang, Sulu, the military said Sunday.
President Aquino orders rebidding of Cavite-Laguna Expressway project 23-Nov-14, 9:29 PM| Darwin G. Amojelar, InterAksyon.com The President's decision favors San Miguel Corp, which had been disqualified from the auction.
De Lima hails denial of bail for senior cop in Maguindanao massacre, but notes 84 still free 23-Nov-14, 7:38 PM| Brian Maglungsod, InterAksyon.com Justice Secretary Leila de Lima has hailed the decision of the QC judge handling the Maguindanao massacre case to deny bail to a senior police officer who allegedly set up the checkpoints that allowed gunmen to stop the convoy and shoot dead 58 people five years ago.
Facebook 'newspaper' spells trouble for media 23-Nov-14, 12:26 PM| Rob Lever, Agence France-Presse Facebook's move to fulfill its ambition to be the personal "newspaper" for its billion-plus members is likely to mean more woes for the ailing news media.
VIDEO | No foreign journalists on blacklist - Palace officials 23-Nov-14, 9:01 PM| Maricel Halili, News5 The Philippine government has denied it had ordered the blacklisting of several foreign journalists who shouted at President Benigno Aquino III at the APEC meeting in Bali last year.
REFLECTION | ‘What you do to the least of your brothers, you do unto me’ To seek and serve Christ the King is to serve the needy, the sick, and the oppressed for He is in them.
NINJA MAMA | 5 local and thoughtful Christmas gift ideas for busy moms Still thinking of what to give loved ones and friends this Christmas? Here's a quick list to save you from the holiday rush.
After the Japanese katsu craze, here’s Tokyo Tonteki’s tender and juicy pork loin steak Enjoy another tender and tasty Japanese pork dish at this newly opened restaurant in Greenbelt 5 in Makati City.
NINJA MAMA | 5 local and thoughtful Christmas gift ideas for busy moms REFLECTION | ‘What you do to the least of your brothers, you do unto me’ Green mango cheesecake, chorizo pizza, halo-halo in California Pizza Kitchen’s new menu After the Japanese katsu craze, here’s Tokyo Tonteki’s tender and juicy pork loin steak After the Japanese katsu craze, here’s Tokyo Tonteki’s tender and juicy pork loin steak Francis Libiran steps up to design first footwear collection for Havaianas WEEKEND GUIDE | Nov. 21 to 23: Bazaars, film festivals, and musicals