• Beach volleyball in Boracay

    Players are silhouetted against the sunset on Boracay island during the championship match between University of Santo Tomas and University of Mindanao-Tagum City in the women's division of the Nestea Love the Beach, Beach Volleyball Tournament on Saturday. UST won the match and the championship.

  • Chiz campaigns in Camarines Norte

    Supporters surround vice-presidential candidate Sen. Francis "Chiz" Escudero during his campaign sortie in Daet, Camarines Norte on Thursday. Escudero is running against 3 others -- Gringo Honasan, Leni Robredo and Antonio Trillanes IV -- from the Bicol region.

  • Groups call for Veloso's freedom

    Protesters light candles during a rally calling for a reprieve on Mary Jane Veloso's execution, at the Indonesian Embassy in Makati City, Thursday night. Veloso remains on death row, a year after she was granted a last-minute stay of execution.

  • PNP prepares for May 9 election

    Members of the Philippine National Police conduct a headcount at Camp Crame in Quezon City on Friday. The PNP will deploy at least 10,000 police officers from the national and regional offices to help ensure peace and order during the May 9 election.

  • Women's groups say no to Duterte

    Members of various women organizations express dismay over Mayor Rodrigo Duterte's offensive acts during their press conference in Quezon City on Friday. They urged women voters to be discerning this coming election and vote for candidates who will uphold women's and human rights.

Duterte camp: No Trillanes affidavit, no disclosure

A day after presidential race front runner Rodrigo Duterte said he had agreed to disclose his bank accounts in Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) Julia Vargas branch, his camp on Saturday said Senator Antonio Trillanes IV must first execute an affidavit and name his sources before this can happen.
Duterte camp: No Trillanes affidavit, no disclosure

La Salle overcomes Ateneo to claim UAAP 78 crown

(UPDATED) After two years of heartbreak and tears, De La Salle University is back at the top of the UAAP women's volleyball division, in the process dethroning arch-rival and defending champion Ateneo de Manila University.
La Salle overcomes Ateneo to claim UAAP 78 crown

'Puro kambyo': Trillanes hits Duterte's contradicting statements

MANILA - Senator Antonio Trillanes IV asserted Saturday that if elected president, the word of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte cannot be trusted, given the latter's alleged habit of changing his statements when cornered by facts.
'Puro kambyo': Trillanes hits Duterte's contradicting statements


Why Duterte is popular among wealthy, middle class voters

By RG Cruz, ABS-CBN News
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Duterte, isinapubliko ang laman ng bank account

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Analysts: Duterte unscathed but Mar gains ground

By RG Cruz, ABS-CBN News
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Olongapo singer defends 'Tawag ng Tanghalan' belt

Phoebe Salvatierra, a singer from Olongapo City, defended her 'Tawag ng Tanghalan' crown on Saturday, holding off a strong challenge from Michael Odemene. 
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WATCH: Alyssa bids emotional goodbye to UAAP

It was an emotional loss for Alyssa Valdez, who slowed down after a powerful start that saw her score five of Ateneo's first six points.
Posted 8 hours ago


One missing in Dragon Boat mishap in Manila Bay

One person is missing and feared dead after rowing practice by an amateur Dragon Boat team went awry in the Philippine capital on Saturday, the coast guard said.
Posted 9 hours ago


Fil-Am saxophonist discovers Pinoy roots through music

TAMPA, Florida - When Filipino-American Philip Mahoney learned to play the saxophone at the age of three, he never stopped playing from Filipino community events in the Orlando, Tampa Bay Area to uploading and sharing his music on YouTube.
Posted 1 day ago


Convoy of Binay supporter bombed

La Union Rep. Eufranio ''Franny'' Eriguel, a supporter of presidential bet Vice President Jejomar Binay, survived a bomb attack on their convoy that left several people injured.


China rejects Hong Kong port call by US carrier: Pentagon

WASHINGTON, United States - China has denied the US aircraft carrier USS Stennis and accompanying naval vessels permission to make a port call in Hong Kong, a Pentagon spokesman said Friday.

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Boiling water sets off fire alarm in NAIA-1

NAIA's public address system went off after a purported fire was detected in the area on Friday.

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