• U.S. cruise ship visits Cuba

    U.S. cruise ship Adonia arrives at Havana Bay on Monday, the first cruise liner to sail between the United States and Cuba since Cuba's 1959 revolution. The visit of the cruise ship marks a thawing of relationship between the U.S. and its socialist neighbor.

  • PPCRV unveils quick count center

    The Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) on Tuesday shows the Election 2016 PPCRV command center located at Pope Pius VII Catholic Center in Manila. The PPCRV is one of the independent bodies tasked to conduct a quick count of the election results.

  • Sumilao farmers march for Robredo

    Tricia Robredo (left), daughter of vice presidential candidate Leni Robredo, comforts an emotional woman farmer during a stopover of the farmers' cross-country march in Muntinlupa on Tuesday. The farmers from Sumilao in Bukidnon are on a 23-day caravan campaigning for Robredo who helped them in 2007.

  • Senator Grace Poe sweats it out

    Senator and presidential candidate Grace Poe uses her arm to wipe perspiration from her face during her campaign in Dasmarinas, Cavite on Tuesday. With less than a week before election day, candidates are busy shuffling to different parts of the country to reach as many voters possible.

  • 'Mini candidates' hold mock debate

    Children dressed as miniature versions of the five presidential candidates hold a mock presidential debate in a presentation in Quezon City on Tuesday. The organizers of the event urged candidates in the May 9 elections to use the remaining days of the campaign period to declare their commitment to the youth.

Duterte shows BPI certificate of dollar account

MANILA (UPDATED) - Presidential candidate Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday bared a certificate from the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) saying his dollar account only had over $5,000 more than two years ago.
Duterte shows BPI certificate of dollar account

25 pct of voters may still change minds: Pulse Asia

MANILA – Around 1 in every 4 Filipinos may still change their choice of candidates in the May 9 elections, the head of pollster Pulse Asia said on Wednesday.
25 pct of voters may still change minds: Pulse Asia

Nothing wrong with receiving gifts, says Duterte lawyer

Legal counsel of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte says it was the prerogative of Pastor Apollo Quiboloy to give gifts to the mayor.
Nothing wrong with receiving gifts, says Duterte lawyer


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Presidential race still too close to call, analysts say

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No political honeymoon after May polls: analyst

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Duterte lawyer to Trillanes: Sure, we'll sue

Atty. Salvador Panelo, legal counsel of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, belied earlier claims by Senator Antonio Trillanes that their camp has failed to issue a waiver to open the mayor's bank account.
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Rice output losses higher than expected as El Nino bites

MANILA - The Philippines said on Wednesday that drought had caused the country's rice output to drop by about 300,000 tons, or a third higher than its estimate last month, and there was a risk heavy rains later in the year could inflict more crop damage.
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LOOK: Toni Gonzaga shows off baby bump

A photo of Toni Gonzaga showing off her maternal figure in a strapless white dress has surfaced online. 
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Alaska arranges title clash vs Rain or Shine

Alaska got a tough 76-70 victory against Meralco in their do-or-die Game 5 PBA Commissioner's Cup semifinals at the Araneta Coliseum Wednesday night.
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Japanese among 11 arrested for SIM card 'cracking'

A Japanese national and 10 Filipino employees of a technology firm operating in the suburban Philippine city of Makati have been arrested for illegally "cracking" mobile phone SIM cards to obtain free calls and Internet services, local police said Tuesday.
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Blast hits another NGCP tower

MANILA – Authorities are still determining those behind, as well as the motive, in the bombing of another National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) tower in Lanao del Sur on Tuesday night.


China to hold more military drills in disputed sea

China's military will carry out more military exercises in the South China Sea this month involving advanced warships and submarines, state news agency Xinhua said on Wednesday, terming the drills routine.

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Kim flouts North Korea's anti-smoking campaign

North Korea said on Wednesday a campaign was helping to cut the number of smokers, although its leader Kim Jong Un is frequently seen with a cigarette in hand in photographs in state media.
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