MANILA - The Supreme Court on Wednesday (May 3, 2017) released the names of those who successfully passed the Bar Exams. READ EARLIER STORY HERE...
Two thumbs up for her cool and charming presence at the 2017 ASEAN Summit.
The model has denied the reports, but pageant organizers have yet to clarify the alleged 'residency issue.'
Graduates - and new lawyers - from Visayas and Mindanao topped the 2016 bar exams, dominating a topnotchers' list traditionally led by NCR-based universities.
His death was reported on Instagram by his granddaughter Alyanna Martinez and son-in-law Albert Martinez.
Lost in the season-long hype of the Golden State Warriors' All-Star cast is Javale McGee, a journeyman few rarely hear about but who has...
Thousands of Filipino workers in Saipan risk displacement and worse, deportation due to new laws that affect their stay there.
The smallest man on the floor stood tallest once again for the Boston Celtics. Isaiah Thomas fired 53 points in an epic performance to lift...
World Vision founder Bob Pierce's daughter recalls how the former had to sacrifice time away from his family to make a difference in the lives of millions of children across the globe.
The band accused the Todos Santos hotel in Baja California Sur of using its most famous song without permission.
Hours before the Commission on Appointments on Wednesday rejected her appointment as environment secretary, President Duterte's first choice for DENR chief, Regina "Gina" Paz Lopez, issued a message to her supporters via Facebook video.
With the impeachment complaint against Leni Robredo remaining an orphan at the House of Representatives, Sen. Francis Pangilinan, president of the Liberal Party, doubts the ouster moves against the Vice President will fly.
Microsoft Corporation unveiled Tuesday a new hardware personal computer (PC) model together with a new software operating system slightly different from its previous Windows version.
The Communist Party of the Philippines has joined calls for President Rodrigo Duterte to make true his promise of going after the country’s oligarchs as he had repeatedly said so even before the start of his term.
Senate Pres. Aquilino Pimentel III on Tuesday said it was up to the court to decide on whether to allow detained Sen. Leila de Lima to participate in Senate sessions particularly in the deliberations of measures.