Disaster victims end up as sex workers

MANILA – Nine female sex workers, four of whom were allegedly minors, were rescued from a motel in Caloocan City.

Magdalo Rep scores neglect of PH-occupied territories in Spratlys

In the PowerPoint presentation Rep. Ashley Acedillo of the Magdalo Party showed last Wednesday, he compared the massive fortification and expansion of the Chinese of their occupied reefs in the disputed Spratlys area in the South China with the miserable state of the islands and reefs occupied by the Philippines.

New York Times to PNoy: Step down, stop fighting SC

President Benigno Aquino hinting at a new term in office and clipping the Supreme Court's powers threaten Philippine democracy, The New York Times said Thursday.

Cayetano to VP Binay: Stop saying 'pulitika lang yan'

MANILA - Senator Alan Peter Cayetano lambasted Vice President Jejomar Binay anew for allegedly not directly addressing the issues thrown against him and instead dismissing them as politically motivated.

Morales blames Gutierrez for weak fertilizer scam case

MANILA - Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales blamed her predecessor, Merceditas Gutierrez, for what happened in the fertilizer fund scam case.

Philippine rebels oppose Islamic State 'virus'

MANILA - The Philippines' largest Moro rebel group has condemned extremist jihadists in Iraq and Syria, and vowed to stop the spread of their "virus" into the Southeast Asian nation.

Goodbye, Filipino?

Umalma ang ilang propesor at estudyante ng UP Diliman sa ibinabang kautusan ng CHED na nagtatanggal sa Filipino subject sa kolehiyo.

Evidence vs Joc-joc, Lorenzo weak so far: court

MANILA - The Sandiganbayan did not find probable cause to charge former agriculture officials with plunder over the P723 million fertilizer fund scam.

Cha-cha backers looking at wrong places: Monsod

MANILA - Former Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Christian Monsod, one of the framers of the Constitution, said the proponents and supporters of Charter change are looking in all the wrong places to uplift the lives of Filipinos.

Trillanes eyes probe of OsMak, Makati HS

MANILA – Senator Antonio Trillanes IV believes that the alleged overpricing of the Makati City Hall Building II is just the ''tip of the iceberg,'' saying he is eyeing a probe into how public funds were spent for the construction of other government buildings in the city.