TODAY'S SPECIAL FEATURES HEADLINES

CORRUPTION UNDER MARTIAL LAW | Marcos and his 'temple of doom' 20-Sep-14, 10:17 PM | Joel C. Paredes, InterAksyon.com

FIRST RESPONDERS | Rescue teams bring to safety people trapped by floods 19-Sep-14, 3:49 PM | Photos by Bernard Testa | Text by Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com

VP BINAY SPEECH | I won't retreat from this fight; this is for Filipino people 18-Sep-14, 9:23 PM | Vice President Jejomar C. Binay

VIDEO | Few know about Leyte Landing and MacArthur - but to WWII vets, the memory remains alive 1:08 am | InterAksyon.com | Video Report by Ina Zara, News5 Few people can state well the significance of the Leyte Landing, or who is General Douglas MacArthur. But to World War II veterans, that day 70 years ago - that gave them hope freedom from a brutal occupation was at hand - is etched ever so clearly.

Palo folk stand to lose homes, cultural landmarks, to Pope\ Palo folk stand to lose homes, cultural landmarks, to Pope's visit 8:16 pm | Lottie Salarda, InterAksyon.com (text and photos) What Yolanda failed to do the government may succeed in doing - the destruction of houses and structures, many still being repaired - to widen…

LEYTE LANDING RECALLED | PNoy leads rites marking 70th anniversary of pivotal WWII naval battle LEYTE LANDING RECALLED | PNoy leads rites marking 70th anniversary of pivotal WWII naval battle 12:58 am | InterAksyon.com President Aquino spearheads Monday rites marking the 70th anniversary of the Leyte Landing of Oct. 20, 1944, a pivotal moment in the effort by the…

JEFFREY OR JENNIFER? | How should we call the victim who was killed in Olongapo? JEFFREY OR JENNIFER? | How should we call the victim who was killed in Olongapo? 5:54 pm | InterAksyon.com Jeffrey Laude or Jennifer Laude? He or she? How should we call and identify the person who on October 11, 2014 went out allegedly with…

BEYOND LGBT NUMBERS | Data on transgender killings understated, but brutality marks all deaths BEYOND LGBT NUMBERS | Data on transgender killings understated, but brutality marks all deaths 11:09 am | Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com At least 20 transgenders have been killed in the Philippines since 2008, but Ganda (Gender and Development Advocates) Filipinas executive director Naomi Fontanos said the…

The Islamic State fighter who begged for death... and got it 3:20 am | Burak Akinci, Agence France-Presse The Islamic State fighter who begged for death... and got itKurdish grocer Cuneyt Hemo remembers the moment he crossed paths with a jihadist Islamic State (IS) prisoner inside the besieged Syrian town of Kobane.

NAIA still on world's worst airports list, but 'improves' with rank down to No. 7 7:37 am | Eric B. Apolonio, InterAksyon.com NAIA still on world\After three years of topping the notorious list of the 'world's worst airports,' NAIA Terminal 1 has 'improved,' sliding to No. 7. It was dislodged by Italy's Bergamo Orio al Serio International Airport, per survey results of the 2014 interactive travel site 'The Guide to Sleeping in Airports.'

Can the world produce enough food for 2 billion more people? 2:29 am | Chris Arsenault, Thomson Reuters Foundation Can the world produce enough food for 2 billion more people?With the world population rising, demographers are grappling with one of the most pressing issues of the century - will there be enough food for an extra two to four billion people?

QC cop helps distressed couple fix stalled car, tribute from woman goes viral on social media 7:12 pm | Christopher Lloyd T. Caliwan, PNA QC cop helps distressed couple fix stalled car, tribute from woman goes viral on social mediaA photo of a Quezon City policeman assisting a couple whose vehicle got stalled along EDSA northbound went viral on the Internet after it was posted on Facebook by a motorist recently.

VIDEO | Legal analyst revisits tricky VFA provisions after Subic transgender's slay 11:43 am | News 5 | InterAksyon.com VIDEO | Legal analyst revisits tricky VFA provisions after Subic transgender\As militant groups revived the clamor to revisit, or even scuttle the VFA and EDCA, a legal analyst drew attention to the intricacies of the two accords, specifically warning about the 'one-year rule' requiring Philippine authorities to resolve cases against US servicemen with dispatch.

FOCUS | Bohol deep sea divers face risks paying off debt 7:37 am | Text and photos by Cooper Resabal, VERA Files FOCUS | Bohol deep sea divers face risks paying off debtFor more than two decades, Nocnocan Island in Bohol has been a breeding and training ground of boys and men who face danger and abuse to dive and hunt for fish to pay off their debts.

NOT ONCE, BUT TWICE | DENR cheers as PH Eagle spotted on Samar island 8:22 pm | Orti Despuez, InterAksyon.com NOT ONCE, BUT TWICE | DENR cheers as PH Eagle spotted on Samar islandFinally, a bit of good news about the elusive and critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi), after the killing of a female last month in Davao: there may be another safe haven for the raptor - in Samar island.

ATENISTA, SIKLISTA | Eagles stuck in traffic can also learn to bike, says MMDA 3:41 pm | Clara Masinag, InterAksyon.com ATENISTA, SIKLISTA | Eagles stuck in traffic can also learn to bike, says MMDAMMDA planners on Sunday announced a way to ease daily traffic jams in the Katipunan Avenue area, by offering bike options to students entering the Ateneo campus daily riding an estimated 5,000 vehicles.

Ukraine conflict hampers recovery of sick children 10:11 am | Gabriela Baczynska, Reuters Ukraine conflict hampers recovery of sick childrenMaria, a nine-year-old girl suffering from cerebral palsy, was able to stand and walk unsteadily on her own before the outbreak of armed conflict between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.

Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai: idol to the world, outcast at home 5:45 am | Maria Golovnina, Reuters Pakistan\Malala Yousafzai, who won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, is hailed around the world as a champion of women's rights who stood up bravely against the Taliban to defend her beliefs.

Families torn apart as Western girls join Islamist cause 4:27 am | Nicholas Vinocur And Pauline Mevel, Reuters Families torn apart as Western girls join Islamist causeFoad, a French truck driver of Moroccan origin, traveled alone through Syria to rescue his 15-year-old sister from an Islamist group she said was holding her captive. But when they finally stood face to face, in tears, she would not leave.

In 2005 Marburg virus outbreak, some lessons for Ebola crisis 9:01 pm | Peter Apps, Reuters In 2005 Marburg virus outbreak, some lessons for Ebola crisisWhen I see the footage of health workers in protection suits taking up the fight against Ebola in west Africa, memories come flooding back.

Lego lays building blocks for Asian dominance 6:49 pm | Soren Billing, Agence France-Presse Lego lays building blocks for Asian dominanceLego is making global domination look like child's play, as the world's biggest toy-maker puts the building blocks in place to lead rivals in Asia and buck an industry-wide revenue dip.