• Thai protests continues
    Anti-government protesters flee as riot policemen use water cannons during clashes with the police in Bangkok Monday. Thai protesters took to the streets to renew their fight to topple Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, prompting riot police to fire teargas and stun grenades.

  • PNoy with new US ambassador
    President Aquino accepts the credentials of US Ambassador to the Philippines Philip Goldberg during the presentation of credentials at the Malacañan Palace on Monday. Goldberg previously served as assistant secretary of state for the Bureau of Intelligence and Research.

  • Panfilo Lacson faces challenge
    Former Senator Panfilo Lacson faces the media on Monday after accepting the role of rehabilitation czar for Yolanda-devastated areas. Lacson recognized the difficulty of the task but hopes to finish it by 2016.

  • Miss Earth for Yolanda victims
    Candidates for Miss Earth 2013 join a fund-raising campaign for Yolanda survivors on Monday at the Plaza Mexico in Intramuros, Manila. The event coincided with the launching of a flood mitigation project funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

  • Biazon resigns
    Customs Commissioner Ruffy Biazon says goodbye to employees of the Bureau of Customs shortly after resigning Monday. Biazon is one of 34 officials facing charges in connection with the multi-billion pork barrel scam.

Biazon resigns as Customs chief

MANILA (3rd UPDATE) – Customs Commissioner Ruffy Biazon tendered his irrevocable resignation on Monday after he was implicated in the pork barrel scam.
Biazon resigns as Customs chief

Goldberg: Increased US presence to boost PH's disaster response

MANILA - The completion of the framework agreement on increased rotational presence of US troops is among the top priorities of the newly designated ambassador of the United States to the Philippines.
Goldberg: Increased US presence to boost PH's disaster response

Post-Yolanda rehab difficult but doable: Lacson

MANILA (2nd UPDATE) - Former senator and now rehabilitation czar Panfilo Lacson on Monday said he believes the rehabilitation of areas destroyed by super typhoon Yolanda (international code name Haiyan) will be difficult but doable.
Post-Yolanda rehab difficult but doable: Lacson


Why Pacquiao only paid P7.4-M in taxes in 2009

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State auditors who saw PDAF misuse now face raps

MANILA - Government auditors who raised the red flag about possible misuse of pork barrel funds are distraught after finding that they have been lumped together with former lawmakers facing graft and bribery charges before the Office of the Ombudsman.
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Are Pinoys too trusting with their money?

MANILA, Philippines – One of the most common problems that Filipinos have in managing their finances is that they are too trusting, financial experts said.
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Sam admires ex-GF Anne for admitting her fault

MANILA – Sam Milby said he admires his former girlfriend, Anne Curtis, for having the courage to admit her mistakes after misbehaving at a bar in The Fort, Taguig last month.
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Talk 'N Text tests Romeo, GlobalPort

MANILA, Philippines – After participating in an epic duel with Ginebra star Mark Caguioa, GlobalPort rookie Terrence Romeo will again be tested tonight as the Batang Pier face off against the Talk N Text Tropang Texters in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Mall of Asia Arena.
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Baby stolen from sleeping mom in Marikina

Dalawang insidente ng pagdukot sa mga sanggol ang inireport sa Marikina City nitong nakaraang linggo.
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Pinay sentenced in Arizona child abuse case

PHOENIX, AZ – Alma Holland, a 56-year-old Filipina was recently sentenced to ten years of supervised probation, after being accused in the abuse of foster children she and her husband cared for.
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Over 1,700 still missing after super typhoon Yolanda

Over 1,700 people are still missing, nearly a month after "Yolanda" devastated the Visayas. While some family members are still hopeful, some are just hoping to give their lost loved ones a proper goodbye. - ANC, Prime Time, December 2, 2013  


Thai PM rejects protest calls; clashes rock Bangkok

 Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra rejected protester demands to suspend the country's democratic system and indicated she would not resign Monday amid rolling clashes between security forces and demonstrators bent on toppling her government.

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China tomb raiders rescued, then arrested

BEIJING - Two grave robbers trapped underground in a Chinese Tang dynasty tomb for more than 24 hours were rescued by police, who promptly arrested them, state media said Monday.

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SOCO celebrates 60 years of Philippine television

It was an eventful weekend as people flocked to the Quezon Memorial Circle to join the "Grand Kapamilya Weekend", the culmination of ABS-CBN's celebration of 60 years of Philippine television.

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