Why one villager wants to stay in Mamasapano

For Saidona Mokadas, a resident of Mamasapano, there will be no running anymore.

El Niño causes devastation in Philippine provinces

The El Niño continues to ravage parts of the Philippines, from 18 Maguindanao towns declaring a state of calamity to rat-infested mummies in Benguet.

What Honasan thinks of corruption raps vs Binay

MANILA - What does Senator Gregorio "Gringo" Honasan II have to say about the various allegations of corruption against his running mate, Vice President Jejomar Binay?

How much did top private schools earn in 2015?

MANILA - Some students' groups across the nation will hold a mass walkout from their classes on February 24 and March 11 to protest the increase in school fees next year.

Violence fears in PH after Bangsamoro peace setback

MANILA - Philippine lawmakers failed Wednesday to pass a crucial bill aimed at ending a decades-long Muslim insurgency that has claimed tens of thousands of lives, igniting fears of fresh violence.

How falling oil prices affect OFWs

Some overseas Filipino workers have already felt the impact of Saudi Arabia's austerity measures. 

Who will Arroyo's Lakas partymates support?

With former President and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo detained, members of her political party Lakas-CMD appear headed to support at least 3 different presidential candidates in the 2016 elections.

Dashed hopes, high price for Mindanao children

President Benigno Aquino III's failure to pass a promised law on self-determination for Muslim Filipinos could spark a crisis for children in the country’s troubled south, experts warn.

How Tukanalipao tragedy changed a woman's life

The Mamasapano clash has turned Fatima’s life into a silent, slow-moving nightmare, one that she has had to face alone.

Pinay scientist's SALt lamp coming to the market soon

MANILA - Filipina scientist Aisa Mijeno's invention, a lamp that runs on saltwater, will be out on the market hopefully within the year, the engineer said Tuesday.