Ex-Misamis Oriental gov gets 10-18 years in jail over cannibalized vehicles 20-Dec-14, 7:59 AM | Jaime Sinapit,

CebuPac adjusts Tacloban flights over runway rehab 20-Dec-14, 12:55 PM |

SAMAR | Danger and poverty on the Philippines' typhoon coast 20-Dec-14, 12:16 PM | Cecil Morella, Agence France-Presse

Scientists make strides in tsunami warning 20-Dec-14, 1:38 AM | Kerry Sheridan, Agence France-Presse

VIDEO | Guns seized from inmates in NBP raid belonged to government officials 20-Dec-14, 4:36 AM | News5 The Department of Justice will launch an investigation as to how the guns, which were seized from the cells of high-profile inmates in a raid inside the National Bilibid Prison, were registered in the name of some government officials.

IT'S FINAL | Ona out of DOH, Malacanang accepts resignation 19-Dec-14, 7:23 PM | Malacanang on Friday accepted the resignation of Secretary Enrique Ona as secretary of the Department of Health (DOH).

Pemberton booked but not arraigned, to remain detained in Camp Aguinaldo 19-Dec-14, 1:37 AM | Ansbert Joaquin, | JV Arcena, Radyo5 (UPDATE 6 - 11:56 a.m.) US Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton was presented to the Olongapo regional trial court Friday morning and was booked but his expected arraignment did not push through after the court decided to first hear a motion he filed to suspend proceedings against him.


U.S. labor agency files complaints against McDonald\ U.S. labor agency files complaints against McDonald's Complaints were filed in 78 cases claiming that McDonald's workers across the country were fired or intimidated for participating in union organizing and in a…

Oil, stocks go their separate ways Oil, stocks go their separate ways The correlation has been breaking down and last stood at 0.42, with Brent stumbling 3.1 percent, while the S&P 500 surged 2.4 percent, on Thursday.

Meralco expects oil price dividend Meralco expects oil price dividend Meralco sources 40 percent of its electricity supply from power plants running on Malampaya gas, which is indexed to global oil prices.


PH among nations with biggest risk of online infection -- Kaspersky 19-Dec-14, 10:19 AM | Jose Bimbo F. Santos, The Philippines was included in a group of nations that had the highest number of online infections in the past year as recorded by Kaspersky Lab.

SAMAR | Danger and poverty on the Philippines' typhoon coast 20-Dec-14, 12:16 PM | Cecil Morella, Agence France-Presse Samar is often the first major landmass hit by the typhoons born in the Pacific Ocean each year. With much of the mountainous island stripped by deforestation, most of its 1.8 million residents live on narrow, sea level strips along the coast, at the mercy of winds and storm surges.

CebuPac adjusts Tacloban flights over runway rehab 20-Dec-14, 12:55 PM| Cebu Pacific announced on Saturday an adjustment in its flight schedules to and from Tacloban and Manila, and Tacloban and Cebu, from December 22 to 25 because of rehabilitation work at the Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport that will reduce usable runway length to 1,300 meters.

Nine-month Sin Tax collections surpass goal for entire 2014 19-Dec-14, 10:28 AM| Rain Castro, The record-setting collection from cigarette makers was despite allegations by the country's dominant tobacco manufacturer that a smaller rival was not paying the right amount of taxes.

Fallout from Bilibid fiasco cuts into political prisoners' visitation rights 19-Dec-14, 8:21 AM| The scramble to tighten security measures in jails after the discovery of luxury cells and amenities for privileged convicts at the National Bilibid Prison appears to have cut into visitation rights for political prisoners.

THE OTHER CASTRO | Raul steps out of Fidel's shadow with US deal 20-Dec-14, 10:07 AM| Daniel Trotta and Rosa Tania Valdes, Reuters Stepping out of his legendary brother's shadow, President Raul Castro has scored a diplomatic triumph and a surge in popular support with the deal that ends decades of open hostility with the United States.

Mother arrested over deaths of 8 children in Australia 20-Dec-14, 8:29 AM| Agence France-Presse The mother of most of the eight children reportedly found stabbed to death in a house in the Australian city of Cairns has been arrested for murder, police said Saturday.

Obama warns North Korea of payback over Sony hack but twits studio for pulling film 20-Dec-14, 11:36 AM| Susan Stumme, Agence France-Presse US President Barack Obama on Friday warned North Korea it would face retaliation for a crippling cyber attack on Sony Pictures over an irreverent film comedy that infuriated Pyongyang.

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