Krusada: Freedom - Book 2

Abner Mercado continues to help old and sick inmates of Correctional Institution for Women and New Bilibid Prison recommended for executive clemency by appealing to President Noynoy Aquino. Krusada discovers the mishap why the President’s first recipient died before receiving his executive clemency certificate.

Krusada: PNoy draws criticism over 'KKK'

Kung si dating Pangulong Cory Aquino pinulaang may "Kamag-anak Incorporated," si dating Pangulong Joseph Estrada may "midnight cabinet," pinupuna naman ngayon si Pangulong Noynoy Aquino sa kanyang "KKK" o "kakampi, kaibigan, at kabarilan." Sila umano ang nagpapabagsak sa Pangulo. Magba-Bandila si Karen Davila. Bandila, Hunyo 30, 2011, Huwebes.

“Walang Plastikan”: Julius Babao’s Krusada

Panahon na naman ng mga bagyo! Babala ng MMDA, kung gusto nating maiwasan ang isa na namang mala-Ondoy na pagbabaha, dapat mahinto na ang pagkakalat ng plastic at iba pang basura na bumabara sa ating mga kanal at ilog! Magba-Bandila si Julius Babao. Bandila, May 26 2011, Huwebes.

Krusada: Bantay Bata

To most people, a home is believed to be a place free from violence, discrimination and injustice. It should always be the safest place for a child to live in, protecting them from the evils of the world outside.

Krusada: The big one

The world has been devastated by a series of earthquakes in different countries. In January 2010, Haiti was struck by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake that left more than 200,000 casualties.

Krusada: Mining in Palawan

Palawan is the Philippine’s Last Frontier—its richness in biodiversity is beyond comparison amongst other tourist destinations worldwide. Its virgin forests are rich in minerals such as mercury, copper and nickel—all of which are sought after by local and international miners.

Krusada: Whistleblowers

“The truth shall set you free”—or does it really? Being free is almost always relative, especially for whistleblowers who testify against the biggest of names, exposing corruption and anomalies particularly in the government.

EXCLUSIVE: Houses on soft soil in Muntinlupa "sinking"

Ngayon pa lang ay dapat nang kumilos ng Department of Public Works and Highways na inspeksyunin ang mga bahay at gusali na posibleng gumuho sa isang malakas na lindol. Gumagawa naman ngayon ng paraan ang Muntinlupa City para ma-relocate ang mga residenteng apektado sa pagbaba ng lupa. Exclusive, nagpa-Patrol, Noli de Castro. TV Patrol, Marso 22, 2011, Martes

Krusada: Justice and protection for journalists

The Philippines prides itself for democracy and press freedom yet it has become the world's "most murderous" country for journalists according to the “Marked for Death” report of the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). Iraq only ranked second on the list.

Krusada: Human rights victims

The Filipino people victoriously ended former President Ferdinand Marcos’ 14-year dictatorship in the country after the first bloodless revolution coined “EDSA People Power” in 1986. The succeeding governments struggled to take back billions of ill-gotten wealth while the human rights victims filed their cases—all in the name of justice.