COCKTALES | Razon hires more China hands for casino resort 02-Mar-15, 3:26 PM | Victor C. Agustin
Jolo Revilla did not try to kill himself because of depression, says spokesman 02-Mar-15, 8:43 PM | Mon Gualvez, News5
NCRPO warns public vs scammers raising funds 'for SAF-44' 03-Mar-15, 12:21 AM | Thom Andrade, InterAksyon.com
Bill Gates still world's richest man, Forbes says 02-Mar-15, 10:43 PM | Agence France-Presse
2 common stations for MRT-LRT 'inefficient', says Metro Pacific Group 02-Mar-15, 8:21 AM | Darwin G. Amojelar, InterAksyon.com
BBL does not guarantee peace in Mindanao: peace panel chair Ferrer 02-Mar-15, 11:43 PM | Bobby Q. Labalan, Philippine News Agency
'VISITA DE GUERRA' | Take a tour - and selfies - in Manila WWII sites, and win in more ways than one 28-February-15, 06:26 AM | InterAksyon.com READ MORE
AFP says bomb maker Basit Usman enjoying BIFF safe havens 02-Mar-15, 3:48 PM | Jaime Sinapit, InterAksyon.com Field reports from the Army's 601st Infantry Brigade indicate that the elements of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters are providing safe havens for the bomb-making expert trained by Jemaah Islamiyah.
Jolo Revilla did not try to kill himself because of depression, says spokesman 02-Mar-15, 8:43 PM | Mon Gualvez, News5 Jolo Revilla is depressed because of what happened to his father, detained Sen. Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. But his persistent feeling of sadness is not a reason for the Cavite vice governor to commit suicide.
Twitter, law enforcement investigate alleged Islamic State threats 02-Mar-15, 11:27 PM | Reuters Twitter Inc. and law enforcement authorities are investigating alleged threats made by Islamic State militants against the social media network's co-founder and other employees, the company said in reaction to media reports.
BREAKING NEWS as of 03-Mar-15, 4:23 AM Texas nurse sues Dallas hospital over Ebola infectionNew film on China's pollution sparks debate, seen as milestoneSenate gives PNoy special power to address energy shortage in summerOn US visit, Netanyahu warns an Iran deal could threaten Israel's existenceNCRPO warns public vs scammers raising funds 'for SAF-44'BBL does not guarantee peace in Mindanao: peace panel chair Ferrer12 Filipinos make it to Forbes' list of world's billionairesTwitter, law enforcement investigate alleged Islamic State threatsTHE NEXT CASINO HUB? | Rise in number of wealthy gamblers fleeing Macau may benefit ManilaPrice hike for gasoline, rollback for diesel and kerosene setBill Gates still world's richest man, Forbes saysSenate replaces 45-year old Pharmacy lawBECAUSE OF POOR LIFESTYLE | Number of Pinoys suffering from gout expected to increase - expertsCAAP receives new fire fighting vehiclesQUESTIONS | Was Napenas just harping on lack of support in Mamasapano, or teasing truth from AFP?
12 Filipinos make it to Forbes' list of world's billionaires Henry Sy of SM fame pulled away from the pack of Filipinos who joined Forbes' global list.
Price hike for gasoline, rollback for diesel and kerosene set The latest adjustments are smaller than those seen in February.
Bill Gates still world's richest man, Forbes says Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates kept his spot as the world's richest man, a rank he has held for 16 of the past 21 years, Forbes…
Australia's Red Emperor signs up with Otto Energy for oil prospect in southern Palawan GSIS set to release terms of public auction of thrift bank China Bank's 2014 earnings flat Inflation seen to have remained near one-and-a-half year lows in February Tobacco farmers receive share of excise taxes collected three years ago Malaysia's AirAsia grants fresh loan to Philippine unit Metro Pacific keen on Vietnam toll road project
House shelves own Mamasapano probe: 'We have no reason to revive it' - Aggabao 02-Mar-15, 5:19 PM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com The House of Representatives will no longer pursue its investigation of the Mamasapano debacle, leaving it up to the various bodies doing their own inquiries to do the task, a senior leader of the chamber said Monday.
POEA requires recruiters sending domestic workers to have Facebook accounts 02-Mar-15, 12:21 PM | InterAksyon.com The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration has required licensed recruitment agencies deploying domestic workers to have their own Facebook accounts by March 13 this year.
28,685 affected by military offensive - ARMM 02-Mar-15, 11:52 AM| Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com Around 5,725 families or 28,685 people have been internally displaced by the current military offensive against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) in Maguindanao.
QUESTIONS | Was Napenas just harping on lack of support in Mamasapano, or teasing truth from AFP? 02-Mar-15, 8:55 PM| Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com Retired Commodore Rex Robles of RAM fame wondered if Napenas wasn't trying to tease from the military brass a tacit acknowledgement that there were, possibly, orders tending to stand them down.
Puerto mayor says Comelec halted signature verification in recall, but video shows him disrupting it 02-Mar-15, 4:52 PM| InterAksyon.com (UPDATED 11: 03 P.M.) A YouTube video showing an angry Puerto Princesa Mayor Lucilo Bayron disrupting Comelec's validation of signatures in a recall petition against him has gone viral. The mayor claimed in an earlier statement that Comelec had arbitrarily suspended its verification proceedings.
Russians march in memory of murdered Putin critic 02-Mar-15, 7:11 AM| Polina Devitt and Maxim Rodionov, Reuters Tens of thousands of Russians marched through central Moscow on Sunday, carrying banners declaring "I am not afraid" and chanting "Russia without Putin" in memory of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov.
THE NEXT CASINO HUB? | Rise in number of wealthy gamblers fleeing Macau may benefit Manila 02-Mar-15, 10:49 PM| Aradhana Aravindan and Neil Jerome Morales, Reuters The increase in the number of wealthy Chinese gamblers fleeing Macau amid Beijing's intensifying crackdown on corruption is also likely to work in Manila's favor: VIPs are already frequenting casinos in locales such as Australia.
10 YEARS OF TOBACCO CONTROL | Gains in ASEAN counted, but risks remain as Big Tobacco targets youth 02-Mar-15, 3:58 PM| InterAksyon.com ASEAN countries have come a long way in strengthening laws and regulations to advance tobacco control in the region in the first decade since the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) came into force, but more remains to be done as Big Tobacco continues to target millions of youth.
HOTEL OF THE WEEK | Camaya Coast Hotel in Bataan Spend a quick getaway from the city in this emerging vacation destination.
NINJA MAMA | Use history lessons to teach your children how to be peacemakers Teaching history lessons lets your kids understand the concept of two ideals: peace and freedom.
REFLECTION | Jesus transfigured: 'Listen to God through prayer' Spend moments of silence and solitude to open our hearts to His will.
HOTEL OF THE WEEK | Camaya Coast Hotel in Bataan REFLECTION | Jesus transfigured: 'Listen to God through prayer' NINJA MAMA | Use history lessons to teach your children how to be peacemakers WEEKEND GUIDE | February 27 to March 1: Fireworks, plays, and a historical exhibit 'Sining Saysay': First of its kind exhibit of murals paint a thousand stories on Philippine history US$5,000 awarded to Filipino social entrepreneurship business in int'l student competition ‘M’ is for March and the Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival!