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PH ready to manage possible Ebola patients

MANILA - It will take more time before ZMapp or any experimental drug or vaccine against Ebola can be made available to the public.

How early Pinoys used gold nuggets for money

Mga Kapamilya, nagagamit niyo pa ba ang inyong mga barya? Alam niyo ba na noon may halaga kahit kalahating sentimo lang?

How Tacloban is preparing for Pope Francis

In just a few months from now, the Philippines will welcome the leader of the Catholic Church. Pope Francis will visit Tacloban City and the victims of super typhoon "Yolanda."

PH smashes online child 'sextortion' ring

MANILA - Philippine police on Friday arrested eight people suspected of running an online sexual extortion racket involving children and preying on Asians, seizing laptops and other equipment.

Judges urge SC to strike down taxes on benefits

MANILA - After the Judiciary Employees Association (Judea) and other state workers under the Confederation for the Unity, Recognition and Advancement of Government Employees (Courage), it's now the turn of Regional Trial Court (RTC) judges to question before the Supreme Court (SC) the Bureau of Internal Revenue's (BIR) move to subject to withholding tax their allowances and benefits.

Cha-cha to also target Binay dynasty?

MANILA – A staunch ally of President Benigno Aquino III at the House of Representatives on Thursday said he plans to file a resolution that will seek to revise some of the political provisions in the Constitution.

MILF takes crucial step on path to pact

MANILA - The Philippines' largest Moro rebel group has taken a crucial step in ending decades of conflict, formally submitting to the president a final proposal for self-rule that both it and the government have agreed on, a presidential adviser said.

How Manila port congestion affects businessmen, workers

Patuloy ang problema ng port congestion sa Maynila. Ano na nga ba ang nagiging implikasyon nito sa mga negosyante at mga mangagagawa simula pa noong Pebrero?

Magsaysay awardee is more than a teacher

Randy Halasan spends close to seven hours to reach the school in the remote village of Malamba in the southern Philippine city of Davao where he is assigned to teach.

Cayetano willing to quit if Taguig multicabs overpriced

MANILA - Senator Alan Peter Cayetano dismissed as "completely fabricated and malicious" the plunder and graft cases filed against him and his wife, Taguig Mayor Lani Cayetano.