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  • U.S. church leaders slam Homeland Security’s ‘abhorrent’ treatment of Filipino activist

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Nearly a thousand Christian clergy, lay leaders, and human rights advocates from across the country discussed and condemned the Trump administration's hostile policies toward Dreamers, immigrants, refugees, newcomers and displaced peoples, and his support of authoritarian leaders like Rodrigo Duterte. Held at the Doubletree Hotel right across the Pentagon, the annual conference devoted five days of prayer and plenaries, workshops and worship, legislative advocacy, and Capitol Hill visits. But even before the 2018 Ecumenical Advocacy Days for Global Peace and Justice opened on April 20, participants were shocked by an incident that was totally unexp...Keep on reading: U.S. church leaders slam Homeland Security’s ‘abhorrent’ treatment of Filipino activist

  • ‘Narco’ officials’ list out this week

    The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) will release the names of all 211 alleged barangay (village) narco officials who are on its drugs watchlist. In a news conference on Wednesday, PDEA Director Aaron Aquino said President Rodrigo Duterte had ordered him to release the names of the village officials who are allegedly involved in drugs. [...] The post ‘Narco’ officials’ list out this week appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Basas vows to match La Salle’s swagger in UAAP Finals

    Letting her play do the talking, Toni Rose Basas, Far Eastern U's calm outside hitter, rarely shows her emotions during games. Basas, though, is ready to let out her inner feisty, and that's to be expected especially with the Lady Tamaraws going up against the equally-fierydefending champion De La Salle in the UAAP Season 80 women's volleyball Finals. If how a simple gesture from Desiree Cheng managed to rile up Basas during one of their elimination round meetings was any indication, there will be fireworks when they meet starting this Saturday for the best-of-three series. "I have to be more smug because I know in myself that if I come out a with a little bit of swagger I c...Keep on reading: Basas vows to match La Salle’s swagger in UAAP Finals

  • DFA: Kuwaiti move to expel PHL envoy 'deeply disturbing'

    The Department of Foreign Affairs on Thursday said it finds “disturbing” the decision of the Kuwaiti government to expel the Philippines’ envoy as it accused the Gulf state of “reneging” on its commitment to improve both countries’ bilateral ties.

  • ‘Bundle of nerves’ a boost for Zsa Zsa’s 35-year milestone

    While it's true that Zsa Zsa Padilla still enjoys turning skeptics into believers 35 years after she first made an indelible mark in the entertainment industry, she says she's no longer gung-ho about wanting to please everyone all the time. After all, she's had her share of sold-out concerts and hit singles, like the enduring "Kahit Na," "Ikaw Lamang," "Mambobola," "Sana'y Maghintay ang Walang Hanggan" and "Hiram," tucked snugly under her overachieving belt. "I still get nervous, because the energy you get out of it spells excitement---you need it," she said. "During my first major concert in Araneta Coliseum, nabingi ako. I couldn't hear anything but my heartbeat as I was abou...Keep on reading: ‘Bundle of nerves’ a boost for Zsa Zsa’s 35-year milestone

  • Despite no public written order, Boracay is now closed

    AKLAN, Philippines – Even without a publicized written order from President Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippines on Thursday, April 26, officially closed the world-famous island of Boracay for a 6-month rehabilitation period. The President "verbally" ordered the island's closure, saying Boracay has become a "cesspool." (READ:  INSIDE STORY: How Duterte decided on Boracay closure ) Without presenting a master plan for ...

  • OFW in Saudi Arabia asks to be rescued from employers

    A female Overseas Filipino Worker in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia asked to be rescued after her employer's son allegedly tried to rape her.

  • WATCH: The last few minutes before Boracay is closed

    AKLAN, Philippines – The world-famous island of Boracay is set to be closed to tourists by Thursday, April 26, after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the rehabilitation of what he called a "cesspool." Rappler is in Boracay to cover the closure of this tourist destination. Watch our Facebook ...

  • On eve of shutdown, DAR says Boracay has 423 hectares available for land reform

    There are 423 hectares of agricultural land in Boracay that President Rodrigo Duterte may place under land reform and distribute to beneficiaries, Agrarian Reform Secretary John Castriciones said on Wednesday.

  • National Geographic, Anthony Bourdain big winners at 2018 Webby Awards for travel

    National Geographic, mobile travel app Hopper and Anthony Bourdain are a few of the big winners in this year's Webby Awards for travel. Globetrotters looking for online inspiration may want to check out this year's winners, which represent the best of digital content. Winners are awarded by The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, made up of more than 2,000 industry experts and technology innovators. Under "web," in the subcategory of "travel," National Geographic beat fellow nominees Lonely Planet and Travel and Leisure to take the title of best travel website of 2018. NatGeo was also named the inaugural Media Company of the Year. The People's Voice award ...Keep on reading: National Geographic, Anthony Bourdain big winners at 2018 Webby Awards for travel

  • Ish Polvorosa's playmaking propels Ateneo to the Finals in his last year

    MANILA, Philippines – Four-time UAAP Best Setter Ish Polvorosa was the mastermind of the Ateneo Blue Eagles' success in overcoming the twice-to-beat advantage of the Far Eastern University (FEU) Tamaraws for the Finals berth on Wednesday, April 25 After loading up Marck Espejo to convert 55 of his 112 scoring ...

  • Passenger satisfaction in US air travel declined over last year, says report

    Between add-on airline fees, lost bags and increasingly cramped seating, a new report reveals that passenger satisfaction with United States airlines has dipped over the last 12 months, reversing gains made in 2017. According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index 2018 Travel Report, passenger satisfaction dipped nearly three percent in this year's scorecard, a decline that report authors attribute back to higher prices and less service as a result of airline mergers in recent years. Analysts point out, for example, that 80 percent of the market is now under the control of no more than four operators. Though Southwest is currently in the headlines following a mid-air ex...Keep on reading: Passenger satisfaction in US air travel declined over last year, says report

  • Thailand's Mono Vampire deals Alab Pilipinas Game 2 heartbreaker

    STA. ROSA, Laguna – The Mono Vampire Basketball Club evened up the Asean Basketball League (ABL) finals with a 103-100 heartbreaker over San Miguel Alab Pilipinas at the Santa Rosa Sports Complex in Laguna, Wednesday, April 25. Tension rose even in the payoff period, with both teams see-sawing with the lead ...

  • Kuwait gives PH envoy one week to leave amid dispute

    KUWAIT CITY --- Kuwait on Wednesday gave a one-week deadline for Philippine Ambassador Renato Villa to leave the small, oil-rich Gulf Arab nation over a growing diplomatic dispute regarding the abuse of Filipina housemaids and workers in the country. Kuwait also recalled its own ambassador from Manila over the row, according to a bulletin on the state-run KUNA news agency. The Philippines had no immediate comment on the decision. The announcement came after Kuwait summoned the Philippines ambassador over comments he made that were reported in local press about the embassy's effort to rescue domestic workers who are abused by their employers. Villa was quoted as saying his...Keep on reading: Kuwait gives PH envoy one week to leave amid dispute

  • Phoenix wastes 22-point lead but nips winless Blackwater

    MANILA, Philippines – The Phoenix Fuel Masters had just enough gas left in the tank to fend off the Blackwater Elite en route to a conference-opening 107-102 triumph in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup at the Araneta Coliseum on Wednesday, April 25.  James White finished with 31 points, 14 rebounds, ...

  • Calida denies request for quo warranto case vs. Justice De Castro

    Solicitor General Jose Calida has denied a private citizen's request for him to initiate quo warranto proceedings against Associate Justice Teresita de Castro.

  • Parks nabs 2nd straight ABL Local MVP, Balkman nets Defensive Player honor

    STA. ROSA, Laguna – For the second straight season, San Miguel Alab Pilipinas captain Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. bagged the Asean Basketball League (ABL) Local Most Valuable Player on Wednesday, April 25. The former National University (NU) star averaged 15.2 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists this season. Along with World ...

  • Duterte hits West for meddling in ASEAN countries’ affairs

    "'‘Yan ang mahirap sa Western country, mas marunong ang mga p-- ina kaysa atin. Na alam naman nila talaga mas bright tayo sa kanila. Sinisira tayo eh. Tinuturuan tayo kung papaano," Duterte said. "Si President Widodo nagko-complain. Si Najib ganun rin. Ang Cambodia, iniipit nila," he added.

  • Basagan ng Trip with Leloy Claudio: Spotting biases and history's role in healing society

    MANILA, Philippines – Leloy Claudio chats with the first female summa cum laude from the University of the Philippines History Department, Chiqui Agoncillo. The two discuss a range of profound issues – from history as a change agent, to the humility, honesty and empathy that should go into the writing of history, to spotting biases ...


Beripikasyon ng mga nagpa-recall, walang pondo

Pansamantalang naantala ang beripikasyon ng mga lagda ng mga residente na humihiling na magkaroon ng recall election sa San Juan City.


Finals bound Pacquiao Cup standouts emerge

by Nick Giongco The Association of Boxing Alliances of the Philippines (ABAP) need not look elsewhere to recruit fresh talent, the Philippine Sports Commission ...

Pinoy, umukit ng marka sa FWD North Pole Marathon

PINATUNAYAN ni Luisito “Louie” Sangalang na walang imposibleng sa pusong palaban.


'Breakthrough' in mosquito-packed drones to combat Zika ...

Millions of sterile mosquitoes will be released from drones over parts of Brazil to combat the Zika virus, after successful field tests were hailed as ...

Herco Trading to deliver more services in 2018

Over the past years, Herco Trading Philippines, one of the largest and most established hardware companies in the Philippines, has been a trailblazer ...



'Ang Huling El Bimbo': 7 things about the new Eheads mu ...

The original Filipino musical, Ang Huling El Bimbo, opens on July 20 at the Newport Performing Arts Theater at Resorts World Manila.


Jennylyn, hot and sexy sa pagrampa sa isang fashion sho ...

Hot and sexy si Kapuso star Jennylyn Mercado matapos siyang rumampa sa intimate apparel campaign ng isang cosmetics and skincare brand. Ayon sa aktres, ginagawa ...

LOOK: Cameras start rolling for JoshLia-Kris movie

Aquino is all praises for her first-time co-stars Barretto and Garcia, as cameras started rolling Wednesday for their upcoming movie, "I Love You, Hater."