CORRUPTION UNDER MARTIAL LAW | Marcos and his 'temple of doom' 20-Sep-14, 10:17 PM | Joel C. Paredes, InterAksyon.com
ANALYSIS | Tsunami of sovereign funds threatens world markets 09-Sep-14, 11:12 AM | Reuters
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
BUDGET WATCH | PNoy has P152-B 'personal pork' in 2015 draft GAA, says group 15-August-14, 05:53 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com READ MORE
PH tops list in fight vs. human trafficking in Asia 6:10 pm | Philippines News Agency The Philippines has garnered the top spot in the 2014 edition of the Global Slavery Index, ranking it among countries 'making comparatively strong efforts with limited resources' in the campaign against human trafficking.
VIDEO | How a little love and care transform abandoned boy 'Frederico' 8:12 am | Romel Lopez, TV5 Frederico, the skin-and-bones boy who was shown slumped on the floor of the Manila Reception and Action Center without any clothes a month ago, now…
THE ROAD TO LIMA | Crunch time for climate finance, UN climate deal 6:33 pm | Imelda V. Abano, InterAksyon.com In just two weeks, representatives of nearly 200 governments will gather in Lima, Peru for a major climate change summit with an ambitious goal: generate…
SLIDESHOW | Cultural villages featured in last celebration of ARMM anniversary 12:28 pm | Dennis Arcon, InterAksyon.com As a new Bangsamoro entity is set to replace the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), the region on Tuesday celebrated what is believed to…
YOLANDA POSTSCRIPT | Covering grief, covering hope 2:38 pm | Jose Bimbo F. Santos, InterAksyom.com (photos by Bernard Testa) After I have filed all my stories, and before I fully write 30 to this coverage, to quote Steve Jobs, there's still one more thing.…
BREAKING NEWS as of 21-Nov-14, 4:19 AM Snow to keep falling in paralyzed western New York another day VIDEO | Govt should seize properties owned by Mercado as these are fruits of graft - Tiangco US allows temporary protected status for people coming from Ebola-hit nations VIDEO | First Pacific, MVP group win 8 good governance awards MVP ON MINING | The enemy is poverty, and failure to harness natural wealth for human progress Immigrants face major hurdles in signing up to new Obama plan Swedish appeal court upholds Assange detention order Italy fury as billionaire escapes conviction over 3,000 asbestos deaths Pope warns man's greed will destroy world Binay eyes lawsuit vs accusers who call him 'magnanakaw' Breast removal rates increasing for early cancers in U.S. San Miguel sells stake in fixed-income exchange operator WHAT FAMILY FEUD? | Palace denies Bongbong Marcos claim, says PNoy just wants justice for ML victims Jollibee pres said lack of good business plan resulted in 'ChickenSad' PH tops list in fight vs. human trafficking in Asia
VIDEO | First Pacific, MVP group win 8 good governance awards First Pacific Co Ltd, a Hong Kong-based investment management and holding firm, and its MD and CEO, Manuel V. Pangilinan, led four of its businesses…
MVP ON MINING | The enemy is poverty, and failure to harness natural wealth for human progress Mining per se is not the enemy, poverty is. And with the Philippines being one of the richest in the world in terms of mineral…
San Miguel sells stake in fixed-income exchange operator The PSE is acquiring San Miguel's stake, as well as that of another company to increase the stock market's ownership in PDS to 53.26 percent.
Cebu Pacific adding 5 aircraft to its fleet in 2015 Max's snags SEC approval of maiden share sale Bloomberry all set to unveil Solaire expansion area Philippines aims to expand flights to and from Australia, Taiwan PH stock index flat as Ayala's share sale weighs on sentiment Korean operator bags contract to overhaul Malaya thermal plant Bidding terms for Davao Sasa Wharf PPP out before year ends
UNESCO members vow to continue education for sustainable development 9:18 am | Jove Francisco, News5 (special to InterAksyon.com) Almost 200 UNESCO member countries closed the World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development with a vow to continue the responsibility of educating the youth on sustainability. The first commitment pledge from the Philippines was the submission of the Bohol Island State University.
Year of crises stretches militaries, governments to the limit 2:56 am | Peter Apps, Reuters From a standoff with Russia to fights against Ebola and Islamic State, 2014 has pitted western policymakers against a scale of crises unparalleled in recent years.
PINOY RAPPERS ON YOLANDA | Hope, resiliency in tragedy inspire new production 7:17 pm | InterAksyon.com Three young members of a Filipino rap group have produced, with InterAksyon.com, a video capturing the inspiring themes arising from the tragedy of Yolanda.
KALBARYO NG MAGNINIYOG | 71 farmers march for 71 days to demand P71 billion for coco trust fund 4:07 pm | Text and photos by Bart Manoguid, InterAksyon.com Last September 21, seventy-one coconut farmers from different parts of the country started marching from Davao, aiming to reach Malacanang Palace on November 28 so that they can personally ask President Benigno Aquino III to issue an executive order that will create the Coconut Farmers Trust Fund.
'HANGGANG MAKA-RECOVER KAMI' | Yolanda survivor sells her body to feed her children 3:08 pm | Lottie Salarda, InterAksyon.com 'Lovely,' 28, and her four children survived super typhoon Yolanda. But to keep them alive after the storm, she has had to sell her body.
PHOTO | Unique memorial of 16 million ceramic poppies mark 96th year of end of World War I 1:37 pm | Sabine Wibaux, Agence France-Presse In London, a teenage army cadet planted the last of 888,246 ceramic poppies at the Tower of London, representing every British military fatality in the 1914-18 war that saw more than 16 million troops and civilians killed.
GOOD FOR EARTH? US, China leaders to meet on climate change 12:32 pm | Jerome Cartilier, Agence France-Presse Barack Obama and Xi Jinping have few areas of common ground as they meet this week in Beijing, but could find themselves warming to each other on one longstanding sticking point: climate change.
READ | Eastern Samar students launch art book remembering Yolanda 12:23 pm | Jose Bimbo F. Santos, InterAksyon.com A year after super typhoon Yolanda ravaged their province and crushed their dreams, high school students in Eastern Samar have released an art book showing how they have triumphed over the tragedy.
VIDEO | At 16, in 1977, he woke up paralyzed; now he is vital to the Senate, with a story to inspire 10:03 am | InterAksyon.com | Video courtesy of TEDx Diliman One day in March 1977, a 16-year-old Rudy Quimbo was playing basketball; the next day he woke up paralyzed from the waist down. He never walked again. In time he quit school, and was ready to quit on life. Then his father gave him a talk, and made him a small offer, that changed his life.
Yolanda underscored land dispute in Sicogon, as residents, SIDECO, and Ayala Land sign pact 8:36 am | InterAksyon.com The strongest typhoon ever to hit landfall in recorded history underscored a decades-long land dispute in Sicogon Island, Iloilo. But recently, residents and land developers Sicogon Development Corp. and Ayala Land Inc. have agreed to resolve the long-standing row.
VIDEO | Mayor Alfred vs Ping Lacson: trade of barbs continues 2:48 am | News5 Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez on Monday disputed point by point accusations by Secretary Ping Lacson that he had effectively hijacked his city's rehabilitation with his obstinacy, non-cooperative stance, and penchant for changing his mind.
YOLANDA 1 YEAR AFTER | Tacloban residents move on slowly, painfully 1:39 pm | Jose Bimbo F. Santos, InterAksyon.com How does one move on from thousands of deaths, from total devastation? Tacloban residents try.
New joust over sea dispute expected at ASEAN 11:54 am | Aidan Jones, Agence France-Presse Fresh diplomatic sparring over who owns what in the South China Sea is likely to break out this week at a major regional summit in Myanmar, after a year in which China jacked up tensions in the resource-rich waters.