3 YEARS AFTER DEADLY TSUNAMI | Japan remembers 18,000 swept away, re-thinks atomic power 11-Mar-14, 6:24 AM | Agence France-Presse
WHEN IS A PLANT NO LONGER A PLANT? | Study by Pinoy scientists challenges a key botanical assumption 01-Mar-14, 11:15 AM | InterAksyon.com
TREND | American Dream increasingly found in cities, not suburbs 25-Jan-14, 1:49 PM | Agence France-Presse
PORK ALIVE & KICKING? | Solons told to go paperless when requesting for projects 28-Feb-14, 8:22 PM | Likha Cuevas-Miel, InterAksyon.com
BEYOND RITUALS | Cardinal Tagle exhorts faithful to do 3 things to show love for Jesus 09-January-14, 05:27 PM | Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com READ MORE
Obama fulfills dreams of sushi on first night in Tokyo 2:30 am | Hiroshi Hiyama, Agence France-Presse US President Barack Obama dined Wednesday at a tiny Tokyo sushi restaurant -- a revered spot with three coveted Michelin stars but only a handful of seats -- ruled with an iron rod by its redoubtable 88-year-old owner.
12:19 am | Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com Philex Mining and Philippine Business for Environmental Stewardship have forged an alliance to collaborate on programs and projects which harness the country's resources responsibly, launching…
BREAKING NEWS as of 24-Apr-14, 6:31 AM Russia says it will respond if Ukraine interests attacked Palace: Almost 80% of Etihad EY0424 passengers contacted for MERS-CoV screening Marijuana may cause heart problems in young adults Jodie Foster marries girlfriend Alexandra Hedison Saudi announces 11 new MERS infections VIDEO | Children's corpses reveal desperate attempts to escape sinking Korean ferry Obama fulfills dreams of sushi on first night in Tokyo France lends $150M for Philippine local gov't reform DTI expects trade missions from Taiwan PH jumps by 6 notches in ICT network readiness index — Newsbytes.ph China won't swallow 'bitter pill' of ceding sovereign rights: military official ANALYSIS | Amid need for add'l capacity, PH power sector seen fraught with risks, red tape Obama seeks to ease Asian allies' doubts during visit to Japan NPA frees Army sergeant held captive in Compostela Valley Ukraine, invoking US backing, mounts new crackdown on separatists
France lends $150M for Philippine local gov't reform France is lending the Philippines some $150 million to boost local government reform efforts.
DTI expects trade missions from Taiwan Expect more Taiwanese trade missions as the Philippine government continues to promote the country as a gateway to Southeast Asia.
ANALYSIS | Amid need for add'l capacity, PH power sector seen fraught with risks, red tape As the main Philippine island of Luzon narrowly escapes a shortage, investors wanting to capitalize on the growing demand for electricity are rediscovering that regulatory…
Clark Airport sets up quarantine to avoid spread of MERSCOV Philippines slaps anti-dumping duty on Turkish flour BDO Leasing's earnings up 6 pct in 1Q AboitizPower extends operations of 2 power barges in Mindanao Luzon power supply back to normal -- DOE PCCI renews call for passage of anti-trust legislation ahead of Asean integration PH stock market ends 4-day run on profit-taking
COMMENTARY | Time to stop following defunct economic policies 9:03 am | Anatole Kaletsky, Reuters The "old ideas that have been proved wrong," including inflation targets, self-stabilizing markets, and rigid separation of monetary and fiscal policy, remain dominant where they are most dangerous — in the macroeconomic analysis of finance ministries and central banks.
ADIOS, GABO | Mexico bids farewell to Gabriel Garcia Marquez 8:42 am | Yemeli Ortega, Agence France-Presse Mexico bid farewell Monday to its beloved adopted son, Colombian novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in a national tribute filled with the late Nobel laureate's favorite flowers and music.
P1.05 billion released for Yolanda-affected farmers – budget chief Abad 1:33 pm | Dexter San Pedro, InterAksyon.com The Aquino administration has released P1.05 billion for farmers in areas affected by super typhoon Yolanda.
344 whiz Pinoy kids pass rigid screening for international math contests 1:08 pm | InterAksyon.com A total of 344 elementary and high school students passed rigid screening and tests to earn the right to represent the Philippines in various international math competitions this year, it was learned Monday.
FEATURE | Step aboard Orient Express for journey back in time 12:39 pm | Helen Rowe, Agence France-Presse The Orient Express is going nowhere and the sound effects although evocative are just a recording setting the scene for a new exhibition featuring three restored carriages and a locomotive.
GUESS | Which country in the world leads in organ donation, transplant? 8:14 am | Philippines News Agency | Xinhua Which country in the world leads in organ donation and transplantation?
SPECIAL REPORT | Rising number of trafficked fishermen alarms Tawi-Tawi authorities 5:37 pm | Jake Soriano, VERA Files Tawi-Tawi authorities are alarmed at the growing number of fishermen from the Visayas who end up here after being recruited by human trafficking syndicates to engage in dangerous compressor diving.
5,000-year-old artworks in Binangonan rock wall in danger of disappearing before they can be studied 12:06 pm | Mynardo Macaraig, Agence France-Presse Engravings of people, animals, and geometric shapes dating back to 5,000 years ago are believed to be the Philippines' oldest known artworks, but encroaching urbanization, vandals, and the ravages of nature are growing threats.
What are the treasures at the eco-tourism paradise of Caramoan Peninsula? 11:57 am | Lilybeth G. Ison, Philippines News Agency Caramoan Peninsula is blessed with fine powdery white sand, beautiful lagoons, caves, limestone cliffs, and spectacular rock formations.
ANALYSIS | China's shadow to follow Obama around Asia 9:29 am | Stephen Collinson, Agence France-Presse President Barack Obama will not visit China on his Asia tour next week, but its broadening shadow will be cast everywhere he goes at a time of complex regional disputes and questions about US strategy.
ANALYSIS | What does it mean for the region? World cuts military spending but not Asia 9:09 am | John Feffer, Inter Press Service For the second year in a row, the world is spending a little less on the military. Asia, however, has failed to get the memo. The region is spending more at a time when many others are spending less.
Pope at Easter vigil: Spread the faith 8:54 am | Agence France-Presse Pope Francis on Saturday called on Catholics to bring the message of God "to the very ends of the earth" during an Easter vigil mass in St Peter's Basilica.
What do you need to know about MERS-CoV? DOH lists symptoms, treatment, prevention 7:59 am | Azer N. Parrocha, Philippines News Agency But what exactly is dreaded Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV)? What are its symptoms, treatment, and prevention?