BEHIND THE SCENES | Meet the Presidentiables: Jejomar Binay 13-Oct-15, 4:21 PM | Chad de Guzman, InterAksyon.com
HISTORY LESSONS | In contrast to China and Korea reactions, why PH welcomes Japan remilitarization 24-Sep-15, 11:20 AM | Walden Bello
How to deal with Chinese bullying at WPS? Modernize not only navy but also fishing - Shahani 01-Oct-15, 9:39 AM | Ansbert B. Joaquin, InterAksyon.com
Joker P. Arroyo, senator and icon of human-rights movement under martial law, dies - reports 07-Oct-15, 9:19 AM | InterAksyon.com
VIDEO | Pyongyang, in the eyes of a first-time tourist 13-October-15, 12:04 PM | Karl Decena, InterAksyon.com READ MORE
BEHIND THE SCENES | Meet the Presidentiables: Jejomar Binay 4:21 pm | Chad de Guzman, InterAksyon.com Vice President Jejomar Binay answered questions raised by Filipino businessmen at the first of Go Negosyo's 'Meet the Presidentiables' series at the Manila Polo Club last Oct. 8.
VIDEO | Pyongyang, in the eyes of a first-time tourist 12:04 pm | Karl Decena, InterAksyon.com North Korea may not be on top of the bucket list of the places one would want to visit. But its capital, Pyongyang, offers eye-popping…
EH, DI WOW | 16 bets file CoCs for presidency on first day 10:14 pm | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com | Video Report by Maricel Halili, News5 UPDATED WITH VIDEO -Not only a fiesta mood but also rifts of laughter swirled through the Commission on Elections as the first day of the…
Filipina domestic in US sues Uber, Airbnb execs for unfair labor, sexual harassment 7:18 pm | InterAksyon.com A Filipino migrant worker has sued her former employers, executives of Uber and of Airbnb, before the San Francisco Superior Court for wage theft and…
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S SUNDAY | Apostolic message on the situation of the lumad 9:23 am | Indigenous Peoples Apostolate, Diocese of Tandag Our lumad brothers and sisters who live in their ancestral land in the mountains are divested in many ways. Divested of their right to education,…
BREAKING NEWS as of 13-Oct-15, 10:59 PM Marlon James becomes first Jamaican to win Man Booker Prize Miriam to run for president Philippines eyes P19.2-B spending for El Niño mitigation programs Comelec forming guidelines for presidential, VP debates Koko Pimentel says VP Binay is not immune from suit US discusses South China Sea plans with Australia Jollibee Foods buys 40% stake in US burger chain for $99M Chief presidential legal counsel Caguioa named ad interim Justice secretary VIDEO | Pascual Racuyal, possibly the best president we never had Flight MH17 shot down over Ukraine by Russian-built Buk missile, Dutch report says VIDEO | Comelec to sift CoCs and purge 'nuisance' candidates VIDEO | Trillanes a gossip - VP Binay on claim that he could be eased out by substitution MNLF and MILF unite, call for passage of undiluted draft BBL Mark Villar: 'Time for my baby daughter, not the Senate' Turkey warns US, Russia against backing Kurdish militia in Syria
Jollibee Foods buys 40% stake in US burger chain for $99M Homegrown Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC) is ramping up its presence in the United States with the acquisition of 40-percent stake in American burger chain for…
PHL eyeing higher rice imports in H1 2016 to keep prices stable amid El Nino impact The Philippines is eyeing to increase the volume of rice imports to 1.5 million metric tons (MT) in the first half of 2016 to boost…
Singapore food and beverage mogul Sam Goi says strong govt made his business a success Tee Yih Jia Group executive chairman Sam Goi, who built a Singaporean food and beverage empire and has expanded his business interests to include resort…
Airlines urged to make flight rebooking, cancellation systems transparent Public-private partnerships key to solving power shortages: APEC Oil firms hike prices of petroleum products Tuesday Peso still appreciating against US dollar on delayed Fed rate hike expectations BIGGEST TECH BUYOUT | Dell to buy EMC in $67 billion deal FDIs up 1.6% in July 2015, but Jan.-July net inflows 35.2% lower than 2014 data BSP's Tetangco leads Group of 24 roundtable talks on financial inclusion in Lima
DEAR MR./MS. PRESIDENT | Students recover lost art of letter-writing, reach out to leaders 12:02 am | Text, Photos and Video by Bernard Testa, InterAksyon.com Students joined the 3rd National Letter-Writing Day at the SM North Skydome Saturday, dishing out unsolicited advice in a letter 'to the Next President,' ranging from bringing home OFWs to licking climate change to ensuring that 'Daang Matuwid' is also 'Daang Malinis.'
Robinsons Malls adjudged a PWD-friendly mall 4:07 pm | InterAksyon.com Robinsons Malls has been cited by the Philippine Foundation for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled as one friendly to Persons With Disability (PWDs).
OPINION | One of the special few: Joker Arroyo, 1927-2015 7:09 am | James Ross, Human Rights Watch Democracy does not require that all - or even many - people be principled voices for the oppressed. But it does demand a special few who are.
VIDEO | Scientists discover why elephants rarely get cancer 1:48 am | Agence France-Presse | Reuters video report by Zach Fagenson Despite their big size, elephants rarely get cancer, and scientists said Thursday they have discovered the secret to the creatures' special protection. It's in the genes.
'Back in the game' Putin marks 63rd birthday with eye on Syria, hockey exploits 1:31 am | Anna Smolchenko, Agence France-Presse Vladimir Putin marked his 63rd birthday Wednesday dividing his attention between hockey and Syria as supporters sang him praises, comparing him to a range of heroic figures from Buddha to Batman.
'GREAT FILIPINO' | Netizens pay tribute to Joker Arroyo 12:00 pm | Tricia Aquino, Bea Antonio and Rob Raquiza, InterAksyon.com Former Senator Joker Arroyo made the top Philippine trends on Twitter Wednesday morning as news of his death broke on social media.
Joker P. Arroyo, senator and icon of human-rights movement under martial law, dies - reports 9:19 am | InterAksyon.com UPDATE2, 10:15 A.M - Former senator Joker P. Arroyo, whose courage and leadership in the human-rights movement during martial law defined over half a century of public service, has died, media reports and highly reliable sources said Wednesday.
FOCUS | New rice varieties, microbe-based aquafeed raise output, fight climate change 2:40 pm | Diego Mora, InterAksyon.com The Department of Agriculture is working double time on its Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative in Agriculture (AMIA) to respond to the expected deleterious impact of El Nino on both farm and fisheries yields.
WATCH | A backpack that may save your life 3:07 pm | Reuters video, InterAksyon.com A personal device for self rescue from multi-storey buildings may save lives, according to its creators.
ON FOOT OR HABAL-HABAL | Jesse Robredo's brand of 'tsinelas' leadership rubs off on Leni 1:29 pm | Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com For Leni Robredo, public service means to feel, to connect, to empathize, with the public that is being served.
Global poverty rate to fall below 10 percent for first time in 2015 - World Bank 10:25 am | PNA/Xinhua The number of people living in extreme poverty around the world is likely to fall to below the 10 percent of the global population in 2015, according to a forecast released by the World Bank Sunday.
GAME-CHANGER | US-EU data deal at risk in Facebook case judgment 9:27 pm | Agence France-Presse The EU's top court is set to rule Tuesday on a transatlantic data deal, relied on by companies such as Facebook, a judgement that could see it declared invalid given spying revelations in the Edward Snowden scandal.
BLOOMBERG TV PHILIPPINES | New player taps into tried-and-tested ways of reporting business 7:58 pm | InterAksyon.com With the Philippine economy one of the region's best performers and the 2016 leadership change drawing focus on an 'elections economy,' the debut of Bloomberg TV Philippines on Monday (Oct. 5) comes at a most fortuitous time, Cignal TV CEO Oscar Reyes says in an interview with Luchi Cruz-Valdes.