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  • LOOK: Gabby, KC reunite in tender moment on Chinese New Year

    Kung Hei Fat Choi #happychinesenewyear @itskcconcepcion #kungheifatchoi #love #family #kids #daughters #papa #papi A post shared by Gabby Concepcion (@concepciongabby) on Feb 16, 2018 at 8:01am PST After appealing to her father not to leave her and her mother again, KC Concepcion looked really happy in this tender moment she shared with her dad, Gabby. The two were on great terms and appeared to be cuddling each other in a post on Instagram by Gabby on Friday. Gabby is carrying a little girl in his arms, while KC kisses her hand and calls her a "sleepy girl." They together greeted his followers a Happy Chinese New Year. ShaGab fans once again went into a fren...Keep on reading: LOOK: Gabby, KC reunite in tender moment on Chinese New Year

  • Dela Rosa says PNP will cautiously cooperate with ICC in drug war probe

    FORT DEL PILAR, Baguio City -- Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa on Saturday vowed cooperation with the International Criminal Court (ICC) in its investigation on the complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte.

  • NBA’s biggest stars set for All-Star Saturday competitions

    LOS ANGELES --- The NBA's best players have arrived in Hollywood for a star-studded All-Star weekend. None of those stars currently play for the hometown Lakers or Clippers, and that dearth will be discussed when basketball's best get together Saturday for practice. LeBron James is likely to be asked plenty of media questions about his interest in joining the Lakers, who have cleared salary cap space for two superstars this summer. Paul George, the Oklahoma City All-Star, is from nearby Palmdale, California. He has a well-known love for the Lakers. The All-Star game also has a big new wrinkle this season: Captains Stephen Curry and James picked their own teams. That dr...Keep on reading: NBA’s biggest stars set for All-Star Saturday competitions

  • SolGen Calida slams Ombudsman for making ‘excuses’ on Duterte wealth probe

    Solicitor General Jose Calida on Saturday said Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales was merely making an excuse when she blamed the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) for the termination of her office's probe into President Rodrigo Duterte's alleged ill-gotten wealth.

  • Star City ride malfunctions; affects 10 park goers

    An amusement park ride in Pasay City suffered an electrical malfunction on Saturday, affecting about 10 riders. The Star Flyer attraction of Star City came to a stop in the middle of its hanging tracks for about 15 minutes after the electricity fluctuated at 3:20 p.m, Radyo Inquirer 990 AM reported. In order to troubleshoot the problem, the management of Star City had to send out another personnel to fix the malfunction, the radio report said. Affected passengers who were brought down to safety were immediately given assistance, including bottles of drinking water, by the first-aid team. The Star City responding personnel also conducted routine medical checkup of th...Keep on reading: Star City ride malfunctions; affects 10 park goers

  • White House reforms security clearances to address scandal

    WASHINGTON, USA – White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has ordered changes to the way staff gain access to America's most closely guarded secrets, after a top aide worked for months without full clearance. Kelly, a former Marine Corps general, proposed a series of tweaks intended to limit temporary security clearances, but ...

  • 2 choppers for new PHL warships to arrive September --Navy chief

    BAGUIO CITY -- Two helicopters that will be part of the two new warships of the Philippine Navy will be delivered in September.

  • PNP chief: No president is foolish enough to murder own people

    FORT DEL PILAR, Baguio City---Who is a fool of a president that would order the murder of his own people? This was the question of Philippine National Police chief Dir. Gen. Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa to Human Rights Watch (HRW), who accused President Rodrigo Duterte of "inciting and instigating" extra-judicial killings in the context of administration's bloody drug campaign. "Anong state-sponsored? Sinong g*g*ng presidente ang magpapatay sa kaniyang sariling tao?" Dela Rosa said on Saturday during the sidelines of the annual alumni homecoming of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) here. (What sta...Keep on reading: PNP chief: No president is foolish enough to murder own people

  • Ateneo Lady Eagles come from behind to send UE to 4th straight loss

    MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – The Ateneo Lady Eagles rallied back from a one-set deficit to defeat the University of the East (UE) Lady Warriors in 4 sets, 21-25, 25-18, 25-21, 25-14, on Saturday, February 17, at the Filoil Flying V Centre.  The Lady Eagles made up for their first set ...

  • Ex-AFP chief Biazon leads 2018 PMA Homecoming awardees

    FORT DEL PILAR, Baguio City-- From being in the class goat of Philippine Military Academy Class of 1961, former senator, congressman, and Armed Forces of the Philippines chief of staff Rodolfo "Pong" Biazon was among the top awardees for the 2018 PMA Homecoming.

  • Switzerland’s Hoefflin skis to gold in women’s slopestyle

    PYEONGCHANG, South Korea --- Switzerland's Sarah Hoefflin is the Olympic champion in women's slopestyle skiing. The 27-year-old put together an electric final run down the demanding course at Phoenix Snow Park on Saturday, posting a 91.20 to edge teammate Mathilde Gremaud for gold. Gremaud scored 88.00 on the first of her three runs in the finals but couldn't top Hoefflin. Hoefflin is a latecomer to freestyle skiing. She didn't get serious about the sport until her early 20s when she couldn't get into medical school after earning a degree in neuroscience. Isabel Atkin of Britain took bronze with a score of 84.60 in her final run. Defending Olympic champion Dara Howell cr...Keep on reading: Switzerland’s Hoefflin skis to gold in women’s slopestyle

  • 'I fear for my life' – lawyer behind Duterte probe

    MANILA, Philippines – Lawyer Jude Sabio felt it was his duty to bring President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly war on drugs to the attention of international war crimes prosecutors, but now that a probe into the killings is under way, he fears he too has become a target. Sabio, who describes himself as penniless an on ...

  • NGO wants legislative probe vs Joanna Demafelis’ recruitment agency

    A non-government organization has urged Congress to launch an inquiry into therecruitment agency that processed the employment of slain overseas Filipino worker (OFW) Joanna Demafelis in Kuwait. Susan Ople, head of the Blas F. Ople Policy Center, said that a legislative inquiryshould be in place to determine whether or not Demafelis' recruiter---Our Lady of Mt.Carmel Global E-Human Resources Inc.---should be held liable for her death. Ople said that monitoring Demafelis' whereabouts came to a "dead end" when thelicense of her recruitment agency was revoked by the Philippine OverseasEmployment Administration (POEA). "'Yung takot ko, baka may pangalawa o pangatlong J...Keep on reading: NGO wants legislative probe vs Joanna Demafelis’ recruitment agency

  • Local bands perform at UP Fair for press freedom

    MANILA, Philippines — As part of a series of activities to defend press freedom, advocates held a  #BlackFridayForPressFreedom: A UP Fair Live Jam at the University of the Philippines (UP) in Diliman on Friday, February 16. In a special segment of Cosmos: UP Fair on Friday, Barbie Almalbis, Mayonnaise, and Silent Sanctuary ...

  • China gaining from PHL’s ‘softness’ on sea row --maritime expert

    China is gaining from the Philippines' "soft" stance on the South China Sea disputes, a maritime expert said Saturday.

  • Drug suspect dies in buy-bust operation in Cotabato

    COTABATO CITY---Police authorities here killed a drug suspect, who allegedly tried to lob a hand grenade at the anti-drugs operatives during a buy bust operation. Chief Inspector Aldrin Gonzales, speaking for the Central Mindanao police, said a poseur-buyer was dealing with Mohammad Awal around11:30 p.m.Fridayin Barangay Bagua 2 here but the suspect had apparently sensed that he was being subjected to a buy-bust. Awal was with a companion, a village watchman. Law enforcers immediately moved to arrest him but Awal pulled out a hand grenade, according to Gonzales. "This prompted the po...Keep on reading: Drug suspect dies in buy-bust operation in Cotabato

  • Navy chief wants executive session if weapons system discussed in frigates probe

    BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – Philippine Navy chief Vice Admiral Robert Empedrad will seek an executive session should senators ask about the weapons system in relation to the Navy's frigates deal, the subject of a Senate probe set to start on Monday, February 19. Empedrad said on Saturday, February 17, that while ...

  • Tiger Woods misses cut at Riviera; Cantlay, McDowell lead

    LOS ANGELES --- Tiger Woods waited 12 years to get back to Riviera and lasted only two days. Woods had three straight bogeys early on the back nine Friday and didn't play well enough to make up for his misses. He had a 5-over 76 and missed the cut in the Genesis Open for the first time in nine appearances as a pro. He was at 6-over 148, one shot worse than his PGA Tour debut as a 16-year-old at Riviera. "I missed every tee shot left and I did not putt well, didn't feel very good on the greens," Woods said. "And consequently, never made a run. I knew I had to make a run on that back nine, and I went the other way." Patrick Cantlay ran off three straight birdies toward the...Keep on reading: Tiger Woods misses cut at Riviera; Cantlay, McDowell lead

  • Lawyer behind ICC complaint vs. Duterte: ‘I fear for my life’

    Lawyer Jude Sabio felt it was his duty to bring President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly war on drugs to the attention of international war crimes prosecutors, but now that a probe into the killings is under way, he fears he too has become a target.

  • Hanyu defends Olympic title, snowboarder Ledecka pulls off ski shock

    PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – "Ice Prince" Yuzuru Hanyu clinched the first back-to-back men's Olympic figure skating titles in 66 years on Saturday, February 17, as snowboarder Ester Ledecka pulled off a major shock as she skied to women's super-G gold. Hanyu lost his balance twice in his free skate but a ...

  • Military, mining interests motivate China in naming Benham features

    Military interest and resources exploitation were the key motivations of China in doing research and naming five undersea features in the Philippine Rise (formerly Benham Rise), according to a maritime law expert.

  • Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo welcome 2nd baby girl

    MANILA, Philippines – Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have another baby girl! According to E! News and People , the couple has welcomed their daughter Gio Grace Levine, but no other details, including the birthdate, have been revealed. Behati announced that she was pregnant with their second daughter in ...

  • Navy chief clears Bong Go in frigate mess, says truth to come out in Senate probe

    BAGUIO CITY -- Navy flag-officer-in-command Rear Admiral Robert Empedrad expressed confidence Saturday that the truth will come out when the Senate conducts its investigation on the frigate procurement.

  • Oh my quad! US skater Chen makes history with 6 quads

    PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – American prodigy Nathan Chen became the first figure skater to land 6 quads as he set an Olympic record in the free skate at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Saturday, February 17. The 18-year-old had bombed on Friday in a nervy short program that left him languishing ...

  • #SHORTS: 3,044 more vehicles seized; Mayor alarmed over increase of kids out of wedlock; Fare hike pushed in Cagayan de Oro

    CLAMPED. In the last three months, the Cebu City Transportation Office clamped more than 3,600 illegally parked vehicles. BAGUIO. Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan expressed concern over the continued rise in the number of illegitimate children in the city.

  • Tiger Cubs stay alive in semis with comeback win over Baby Tamaraws

    MANILA, Philippines – UST Tiger Cubs' magic run in the playoffs continues. The Tiger Cubs erased a 13-point deficit in the 4th quarter en route to an 81-80 win over defending champions FEU Baby Tamaraws to advance in the stepladder semifinals of the UAAP Season 80 juniors' ...

  • South Korean songs given rare public performance in Pyongyang

    SEOUL: North Korea has allowed songs from the South to be played in public for the first time in years, state media said Saturday, as a thaw in usually frosty ties gains momentum thanks to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. A North Korean band “played several southern songs” when they performed before party officials and artists [...] The post South Korean songs given rare public performance in Pyongyang appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • [OPINION | Newspoint] No cheap President

    Call him womanizer or misogynist, call him killer or dictator, and he doesn't seem to mind. In fact, he even brags about his own women, and he chases prospects impudently. Where the distance prevents him from making a touching pass, he sends out lewd remarks. He demonstrated his misogyny most ...

  • Magnitude-7.2 earthquake slams south, central Mexico

    MEXICO CITY -- A powerful magnitude-7.2 earthquake shook south and central Mexico Friday, causing people to flee swaying buildings and office towers in the country's capital, where residents were still jittery after a deadly quake five months ago. Crowds gathered on Mexico City's central Reforma Avenue as well as on streets in Oaxaca state's capital, nearer the quake's epicenter, which was in a rural area close to Mexico's Pacific coast and the border with Guerrero state. There were no immediate reports of deaths.

  • KZ Tandingan now a regular contender on China’s ‘Singer 2018’

    MANILA, Philippines – KZ Tandingan is now a regular contender on the Chinese show Singer 2018! (READ:  KZ Tandingan tops Chinese singing contest round against Jessie J ) KZ performed “The Pain which You Don't Know" in Mandarin on the February 17 episode of the show. Her performance led to her ranking 6th out of 8 in the episode. American singer ...

  • DENR to conduct hearing on ‘cesspool’ Boracay in March

    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources is scheduled to conduct a hearing with Boracay's private stakeholders, the local government and those in charge of its water facilities on March 2, following President Rodrigo Duterte's threat to close the tourist destination, calling it a "cesspool."

  • Trump visits Florida shooting survivors, FBI admits it missed tip

    POMPANO BEACH: US President Donald Trump on Friday visited a Florida hospital to offer comfort to those wounded in a mass school shooting, after the FBI admitted it mishandled a tip about the troubled teen behind the massacre that left 17 dead. The arrival of Trump and his wife Melania came at the end of [...] The post Trump visits Florida shooting survivors, FBI admits it missed tip appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Why I fear Incubus

    It’s true. I have a secret fear of Incubus – not the mythological male demon, but the celebrated rock band I’ve been listening to for a very long time.  I remember watching Incubus' first ever concert in the Philippines in 2004. I enjoyed it even if I was 6 months ...


    The post SEN. TRILLANES DECLARED “PERSONA NONGRATA” IN DAVAO… appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Turkey, U.S. to 'work together' in Syria after crisis

    ANKARA, Turkey – Turkey and the United States on Friday, February 16, agreed to work together in Syria after weeks of tensions over Ankara's latest cross-border operation, which raised fears of a military confrontation between the two NATO allies. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu said ...

  • Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux announce separation

    LOS ANGELES -- Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are separating after two and a half years of marriage. The couple said Thursday in a statement to The Associated Press released through a publicist that the decision to split "was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year." The couple said they are making the announcement publicly "in an effort to reduce any further speculation."

  • Michael Christian Martinez: Olympian and pioneer in Philippine figure skating

    MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Winner or not, Michael Christian Martinez will come home to the Philippines from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea a pioneer.  In the Olympics, success is often measured by medals or podium ...

  • #SHORTS: 6 minors ‘rescued’ in Pajo ‘positive’ of STI; 2-year-old 'raped', killed; Soldiers find NPA food, medical cache in Valencia

    MINORS. Six minors, who are members of a gang, tested positive of sexually transmitted infection (STI) after they were rescued by officials in Barangay Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City for violating the curfew.

  • 'Black Mirror' dating app shows you how long your relationship will last

    MANILA, Philippines – In season 4 of the Netflix show Black Mirror, one episode ("Hang The DJ") featured a device that is able to determine how long your romance will last with a person.  Here's a screenshot of the episode featuring the device: Now the show has made a real-life ...

  • Actress Katharine McPhee heading to Broadway

    NEW YORK -- Actress Katharine McPhee has already played someone who stars in a Broadway show. Now she's really going to do it herself. The singer-actress told The Associated Press that she is stepping into the hit musical "Waitress," marking the Broadway debut for the former cast member of NBC's "Smash." She starts April 10 and stars through June 17.

  • Sereno defends I.T. consultant: She secured funding

    MANILA, Philippines – Supreme Court (SC) Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno said that it was the controversial Information Technology or IT consultant Helen Macasaet who was able to secure billions of money which funded the court’s “grand” automation masterplan. “With the help of Helen Macasaet, who ...

  • Critics wary as Google's Chrome begins an ad crackdown

    SAN FRANCISCO -- On Thursday (Friday in Philippines), Google will begin using its Chrome browser to eradicate ads it deems annoying or otherwise detrimental to users. It just so happens that many of Google's own most lucrative ads will sail through its new filters.


Paduano: Premature renewal of Bredco deal a ‘total se ...

Abang Lingkod partylist Representative Stephen Paduano said Friday he considers the “premature renewal” of the Comprehensive Revised Reclamation A ...


UAAP: Monteverde 'still undecided' - source

By Jerome Lagunzad Goldwin Monteverde is still with the National University Bullpups — at least for now. Amid wide reports of his possible transfer to the cha ...

Davao City batters absorb 1st setback

HOST Davao City secondary boys' baseball team absorbed its first setback Davao Region Athletic Association (Davraa) Meet 2018 pre-opening games held at the Cali ...


Scattered rain expected over north Luzon islands - PAGA ...

The Batanes and Babuyan Islands would experience cloudy conditions with scattered rain due to the northeast monsoon, weather service PAGASA predicted ...

Global powers must address 'episodes of cyberwar' -- UN ...

World leaders must lay the groundwork on how countries respond to cyberattacks that have proven to be a daunting threat, whether by state actors or cr ...


Ng: The Olympics and personal projects

I AM sure many of you are trying to follow the developments of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. There have been many enticing news – incl ...

Spending for STEM education

IN keeping with their aim to improve science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education, Vivant Foundation granted the 12 winning schools in the Depart ...


Kylie Verzosa is having the sexiest February

Kylie Verzosa took to Instagram on Tuesday to make a Chinese New Year greeting for her followers: "Gong hei Fa choi!- Make a wish ????‍??"


Drake gives away almost $1 million in ‘God's Plan’ ...

The song is called "God's Plan" and Canadian rapper Drake dropped a music video to match on Friday in which he gave away almost $1 million in cash to people in ...

‘The Clash’ in Cebu today

ASIA’S Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid is back in Cebu, this time to lead the nationwide auditions for GMA Network’s newest singing competition “The Cla ...