• 118th National Flag Day

    Philippine flags are put on display at Rizal Park in Manila on Thursday in preparation for the commemoration of the 118th National Flag Day on May 28. The National Flag Day celebrates the unfurling of the Philippine flag for the first time after the Battle of Alapan in Imus, Cavite.

  • Canvassing by Congress ends

    A congressional staff arranges ballot boxes containing the Certificates of Canvass and Election Returns during the Joint Session of Congress Presidential and Vice Presidential Canvass at the House of Representatives in Quezon City on Friday. The canvassing of votes was completed Friday evening.

  • Protest vs Fabella Hospital demolition

    Mothers join a protest-rally on Thursday against the planned demolition of the Fabella Hospital by June 9. The protesters criticized the Fabella Hospital management and the Department of Health (DOH) for pushing for the hospital's demolition to make way for commercial development of the property.

  • Obama pays tribute to Hiroshima victims

    US President Barack Obama (right) and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shake hands after laying wreaths at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima on Friday. Obama on May 27 paid a moving tribute to victims of the world's first nuclear attack during World War II.

  • Korean Air Lines evacuates passengers

    Firefighters spray foam at the engine of a Korean Air Lines plane after smoke rose from it at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Japan, Friday. Korean Air Lines evacuated 319 passengers and crew from an aircraft preparing to take off from Japan's Haneda Airport in Tokyo after smoke came from its left engine.

Duterte expects long road towards peace, federalism

Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte said he expects long and contentious discussions towards achieving peace with communist and Muslim rebels and establishing a federal form of government.
Duterte expects long road towards peace, federalism

Duterte vows hanging for suspect in Davao girl's rape-slay

Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte, who is pushing for the revival of death penalty, promised Saturday to hang a man tagged in the rape-slay of a toddler in Davao Oriental if he is proven guilty.
Duterte vows hanging for suspect in Davao girl's rape-slay

Duterte says he'll skip own proclamation

DAVAO CITY - Incoming president Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday said he would not attend his own proclamation, initially scheduled on Monday.
Duterte says he'll skip own proclamation


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Pacquiao backs Cayetano for Senate presidency

DAVAO CITY—Losing vice presidential candidate, Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, secured the endorsement of Senator-elect Manny Pacquiao on Sunday in his bid for the Senate presidency.
Posted 23 hours ago


Hungry for more: Finding room for food brands

MANILA - Let's face it, Filipinos love to eat. It's a relationship that goes deeper than infatuation. For most Filipinos, eating is a celebration of life itself. 
Posted 13 hours ago


Charo Santos returns to acting in Lav Diaz film

ABS-CBN chief content officer Charo Santos-Concio confirmed on Sunday that she will be appearing in a movie directed by “Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis” filmmaker Lav Diaz.
Posted 6 hours ago


Mbala dominates as La Salle demolishes Ateneo

(UPDATED) Ben Mbala was unstoppable all game long as De La Salle University demolished arch-rivals Ateneo de Manila University, 98-66, to remain undefeated in the 2016 FilOil Flying V Pre-season Tournament Sunday at the Arena in San Juan.
Posted 7 hours ago


2 killed as suspected NPAs attack police station in Davao Oriental

Two policemen died and another was abducted after suspected members of the New People's Army (NPA) attacked the Sigaboy Police Station in General Generoso, Davao Oriental on Sunday night.


China risks 'Great Wall of self-isolation': Pentagon chief

WASHINGTON, United States - China risks creating a "Great Wall of self-isolation" through its continued military expansion in the South China Sea and its hacks on US companies, Pentagon chief Ashton Carter said Friday.

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Thai man on mend after toilet encounter with penis-biting python

BANGKOK, Thailand - A Thai man who fought off a three-metre (10-foot) python that bit his penis while he was squatting on the toilet is recovering, hospital staff said Saturday.

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