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High prices pull down Duterte approval, trust ratings

Gut issues are pulling down the approval and trust ratings of President Rodrigo Duterte. His approval and trust ratings saw double-digit declines early this month, plunging to their lowest levels, as soaring prices of basic commodities hurt consumers, especially the poor, who spend a big part of their income on food. R ...

Senate blue ribbon committee eyes probe of ‘tara’ system in NFA

The Senate blue ribbon committee is inclined to investigate allegations of a "tara" (payola) system in the National Food Authority (NFA) and a supposed scheme to favor private traders as claimed by Se ...

Duterte pushes anti-contractualization bill

President Rodrigo Duterte has certified urgent a Senate bill to ensure security of tenure for all workers and end contractualization, one of his election campaign promises. The President certified "th ...

Makati judge revives rebellion case vs Trillanes

"Democracy lost today," Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV declared as he left his Senate office to go with police officers and post bail after the Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) ordered his arrest on reviv ...

Japan kids give up crayons for iPads

YOSHIKAWA, Japan --- It's drawing time at this suburban nursery school in Japan, but instead of crayons, tiny fingers are tapping on colors on iPad screens and taking selfies. Digital schooling has ar ...

Probe shows 7 Tausug men civilians, not Sayyaf

DAVAO CITY --- Seven Tausug men killed in what the military said was a clash between soldiers and terrorists were civilians, according to results of an investigation by two human rights commissions. T ...

Trabaho, aka Train 2, seen to lead to job losses

Job losses were expected as a result of the Duterte administration's second tax reform package, which seeks to lower corporate income tax and remove tax incentives for select businesses, according to ...

‘The role of traders will be gone here’

President Rodrigo Duterte has issued four orders to keep a promise to rein in food prices by opening the floodgates to the importation by the private sector of agriculture and fishery products and the ...

News Briefs: Sept. 26, 2018

CBCP seeks prayers for abducted seamen The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines called on the faithful on Tuesday to pray for the safe return of 12 seamen, including seven Filipinos, who we ...

Who’s to blame for Cebu slide?

CEBU CITY --- Two days before the Sept. 20 landslide in Naga City, southern Cebu, officers of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau in Central Visayas (MGB 7) recommended the forced evacuation of all resid ...

Once-in-a-lifetime event: Rare Philippine maps to go on exhibit at Ayala Museum

The Holy Grail of ancient Philippine maps is the "Carta Hydrographica y Chorographica de las Yslas Filipinas" of 1734, better known as the Murillo Velarde map. Until some years ago, few Filipinos othe ...

Fil-Am dancer to reconnect with his roots—and appear in PBT’s ‘Cinderella’

At age 26, Filipino-American ballet dancer Kristoffer Reyes is out to prove something. While most dancers start ballet under 10 years old, Reyes started taking it up when he was already 18. Nonetheles ...

Millennials shoulder many family expenses, reveals study

In the age of Instagram, blogs and vlogs, there is criticism on the seeming superficiality and self-centeredness of today's youth. However, a study conducted by Philam Life, and recently revealed to m ...

Protect your children from cyberbullying and online dangers

Closed-circuit TV cameras, dashcams and "citizen journalists" working via cell phones and blogs have changed our notion of news. Many people now rely on social media to read the news, instead of tradi ...

Art of the buffet

Buffet setups need not be predictable. With a little more effort and style, one can arrange the flatware to form an interesting shape. This will make your guests excited and whet their appetite. The s ...

Jake Cuenca thinks he’s an easy target onstage

Breaking into theater is difficult, especially if you're a known TV and movie personality, according to Jake Cuenca. "I'm an easy target. If I show up late, people will say it's because I'm an artista ...

‘Si Chedeng at Si Apple’ travels all over the world

Quite appropriately, Rae Red and Fatrick Tabada's road movie "Si Chedeng at Si Apple" is going places. After screenings in major events in Udine and Seattle, the Cinema One black comedy is headed to d ...

Luminous sweetie keeps mum about being a mom

There is a sizzling scuttlebutt making the rounds in the circuit. Luminous Sweetheart allegedly has a secret love child. According to a mole, LS got knocked up as a teener. Alas, LS chose to keep mum ...

Opening this week

Exes Baggage Directed by Dan Villegas; stars Angelica Panganiban, Carlo Aquino, Dionne Monsanto, Dino Pastrano Polar opposites, a rebel and an introvert, fall in and out of love. Villegas recalls: "I ...

Paul Simon wraps up farewell tour

NEW YORK---Paul Simon ended his final concert tour under a moonlit sky on home turf on Saturday, telling an audience in a park in Queens, New York, that their cheers "mean more than you know." Simon p ...

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