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Duterte to abolish urban poor body over officials' 'unnecessary trips'

President Rodrigo Duterte wants Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor abolished, Malacañang sa ...

Bill providing 50% discount to election ads passes House on 3rd reading

The House of Representatives has approved on third and final reading a measure which seeks to implement a 50 percent discount in the rates of political advertisement in television, radio and print media during the campaign period.

Security execs, Medialdea meet with senators on Duterte’s request to extend martial law

Security officials and Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea are holding a briefing for senators Tuesday morning on President Rodrigo Duterte’s request to extend martial law in Mindanao until December 2018.

Drilon: Extension of Mindanao martial law a foregone conclusion

President Rodrigo Duterte’s request to extend martial law in Mindanao until December 2018 will likely be approved considering the number of Malacañang’s allies ...

Bomb threat disrupts classes in Navotas elementary school

Classes in an elementary school in Navotas City were disrupted on Tuesday morning due to a bomb threat.

Gordon suspects ‘conspiracy’ between Aquino, ex-Cabinet officials in P3.5-B Dengvaxia deal

Senator Richard Gordon suspects that the government's P3.5-billion purchase of Dengvaxia vaccines in 2016 may be a result of a possible "conspiracy" between former P ...

DOH's Tayag tweets: Unvaccinated 7-yr-old girl died of severe dengue today

An assistant secretary of the Department of Health (DOH) shared a sad news on social media amid the Dengvaxia controversy: an "unvaccinated" child just died due to s ...

No Filipino casualty, affected by New York subway blast

The Philippine consulate office in New York on Tuesday said it has yet to receive reports of Filipino casualties or any Filipino affected by the subway attack in Tim ...

Heavy rains flood parts of Gumaca town in Quezon

Floods hit several areas in Gumaca town in Quezon province due to heavy rains on Monday.

Las Piñas, Marikina fires leave 100 families homeless

Barely two weeks before Christmas, more than 100 families lost their homes to fire in Barangay Manuyo Dos, Las Piñas City Monday night.

New York subway attack shows limits of counterterror strategy

NEW YORK -- Minutes after a man set off a pipe bomb strapped to his body in one of New York's busiest transit hubs, throwing the Monday morning commute into chaos fo ...

Trump wants Congress to fix ‘lax’ immigration after NY attack

US President Donald Trump said Monday that a bomb attack by a 27-year-old from Bangladesh on New York's subway system underscored the "urgent need" for Congress to e ...

New York blast suspect went from limo driver to accused subway bomber

The Bangladeshi suspect in Monday's pipe bomb explosion beneath New York's Times Square is an angry former limousine driver who learned to build a bomb on the intern ...

Trump starts process of sending Americans back to moon

At a time when China is working on an ambitious lunar program, President Donald Trump vowed on Monday that the United States will remain the leader in space explorat ...

Half of people aged 40-54 have hardened arteries - study

Half of middle-aged people who are normal weight and don't smoke or have diabetes may have clogged arteries, researchers said Thursday, urging stronger measures to l ...

17 women rescued in Caloocan City

At least 17 women were rescued in Caloocan City on Monday night, according to a report on New TV Live.

‘Ground-breaking’ new drug gives hope in Huntington's disease

Scientists have for the first time fixed a protein defect that causes Huntington's disease by injecting a drug from Ionis Pharmaceuticals into the spine, offering ne ...

5 cool gifts that keep on giving

Let’s spread some Christmas cheer, shall we?

Refinery just upgraded its menu and it’s looking beautiful

Refinery upgraded its menu with 16 delicious dishes just in time for the many all-day brunch get-togethers this season will see.

Spanish Santas race through Madrid for charity

More than 7,000 people dressed as Santa Claus ran through central Madrid on Sunday in a charity race raising money for cancer care.

PCMC meets with police officers over Dengvaxia concerns

The Philippine Children's Medical Center (PCMC) on Sunday met with over 800 police officers whose families were injected with the Dengvaxia vaccine.

Miss Universe candidates showcase Filipino culture through designer gowns

The ladies ended their Philippines tour by walking the runway in Renee Salud gowns inspired by Filipino culture and style during the Women of Significance gala on Sa ...

'Smaller and Smaller Circles' is required viewing

The film is required viewing for anyone concerned about where we are and compare it to where we were.

Quezon City affirms its designation as a safe space at QC Pride March 2017

Quezon City remains the only city with a dedicated Pride Council.