A Jordanian TV reporter who was held for 18 months by Islamic militants in the Philippines said on Friday his ordeal would be added to a book he is writing on global 'hotspots'.
A 22-year-old psychology graduate from De La Salle University has been chosen to be the first Filipino to fly into space next year.
The Executive will 'move heaven and earth to keep the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) legal and constitutional,' Rep. Toby Tiangco said Saturday, amid reports that government lawyers are gearing up for oral arguments set Tuesday (Dec. 10) where it's their turn to make their presentations.
Faked SAROs or Special Allotment Release Orders, along with other accountable forms covering the release of millions of pesos in public funds, are just a sliver of many other systemic flaws and weaknesses in the systems and processes of the Department of Budget and Management.
(UPDATE 3 - 1:37 p.m.) After imprisonment of four years, former Batangas governor Jose Antonio Leviste walked free from the New Bilibid Prisons in Muntinlupa City, Friday.
Malacanang has condemned the attack by at least 40 suspected members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front on a police station in Marawi City.
Reuters looks at the life and times of Nelson Mandela, an icon of peace and reconciliation who came to embody the struggle for justice around the world.
One of the symbols of opulence in the Marcos regime, the building to where his wife Imelda hauled off cultural treasures and which the government turned into a heritage site, will reopen Monday after undergoing minor repairs incurred when super typhoon Yolanda struck Eastern Visayas last Nov. 8.