• Einstein was right

    The collision of two black holes - detected by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO - is seen in this image from a computer simulation released in Washington, Thursday. Scientists for the first time have detected gravitational waves, ripples in space and time hypothesized by Albert Einstein a century ago.

  • China celebrates Lunar New Year, spring festival

    A traditional performer sprays molten iron against a concrete wall to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year in Nuanquan town of Yuxian County, Hebei province, China on Wednesday. The Spring Festival is celebrated 15 days after the first day of the Lunar Year, ending with the Lantern Festival on February 22.

  • Dangwa flower prices rise

    A vendor arranges stacks of red roses to attract customers at a flower shop in Dangwa Market in Manila on Friday. The increased demand on floral arrangements caused flower prices to go up in Metro Manila, with 2 days left before the celebration of Valentine’s Day.

  • Pia Wurtzbach attends New York Fashion Week

    Miss Universe 2015 Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach presents a creation during the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection presented by Macy's at New York Fashion Week on Thursday. The campaign aims to educate women on the risks of heart disease and stroke.

  • Love at 74

    Eduardo Munoz, 74, and his bride Angelina Manalo, 74, hold their wedding rings during a mass wedding ceremony held ahead of Valentine's Day celebration in Manila on Friday. More than 350 couples tied the knot in the mass wedding sponsored by the local government of Manila.

Ivan Johnson apologizes to Narvasa after lifetime ban

Talk 'N Text import Ivan Johnson on Sunday apologized to PBA Commissioner Chito Narvasa for his actions that led to a lifetime ban from the league.
Ivan Johnson apologizes to Narvasa after lifetime ban

As Zika virus spreads, DOH urges women to delay pregnancy

The Department of Healh (DOH) on Sunday advised women to delay pregnancy as the mosquito-borne Zika virus continues its rapid spread across Latin America.
As Zika virus spreads, DOH urges women to delay pregnancy

Lauro Vizconde dies

Lauro Vizconde, the man who lost his entire family in what later came to be known as the Vizconde massacre in 1991, has died, his niece Jonah Vizconde de Luna confirmed.
Lauro Vizconde dies


Confiscated Marcos jewelry now worth P1B

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Did BUHAY party champion other interests?

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Marcos: No gains 30 years after EDSA Revolution

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Palace cites 'beneficial' mock polls

Malacañang on Sunday highlighted the importance of the mock polls led by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Saturday despite the glitches encountered in some voting precincts.
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14 romantic spots from movies, TV shows

With Valentine’s Day coming up, couples may want to recreate romantic scenes from their favorite movie or TV series in the actual locations where they were shot.
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Clutch Romeo lifts GlobalPort over Ginebra

Terrence Romeo drilled the go-ahead three-pointer with less than a minute left and the GlobalPort Batang Pier held on for an 89-85 victory over the Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings in the 2016 PBA Commissioner's Cup Sunday at the Araneta Coliseum.
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500 families lose homes in Taguig fire

Some 500 families were left homeless after fire struck a residential area in Sitio Pinaglabanan, Western Bicutan, Taguig Friday night.
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Bodies of Filipinos killed in Iraq fire brought home

The bodies of the 13 overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who died in a hotel fire in Erbil, Iraq last week were repatriated Friday, according to Iraqi local media network Rudaw, citing local authorities.
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Davao raid yields shabu, guns, grenade

Authorities confiscated over P200,000 worth of narcotics, several illegal firearms and a grenade from five houses in Calinan, Davao City early Saturday.


Trump, Bush get personal in heated debate clash

Donald Trump and Jeb Bush took the gloves off Saturday in the Republican presidential debate, with the billionaire frontrunner unleashing a tirade of intense and often personal attacks one week before the South Carolina primary.

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Aussie man who woke from coma speaking Chinese finds TV match

SYDNEY, Australia - An Australian man who woke from a coma speaking fluent Mandarin has found love on a Chinese dating show.

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Panoorin: Christmas lights safety tips

Mag-ingat sa pagpili at pagdisplay ng Christmas lights, dahil ang inyong masayang Pasko ay baka mauwi sa peligro.

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