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Tomorrow’s child

Posted at 09/23/2014 6:06 PM | Updated as of 09/23/2014 6:06 PM

Agence France-Presse reports on a study that claims autism results from too many synapses taking and sending signals through too many connections in the brain.

Teditorial: Araw ng may betlog

Over the weekend, Filipino peacekeepers who battled Syrian rebels in the Golan Heights arrived home. Teddy Locsin Jr. has a homecoming suggestion for them in tonight's Teditorial.

Teditorial: The unexpected

Pope Francis is set to visit the Philippines in four months. But with the Pontiff's penchant for doing the unexpected, local officials could have a hard time with their preparations. Here's tonight's Teditorial.

Teditorial: Dirty in perpetuity

From smear campaigns to mud-slinging, sometimes politics can be very dirty. Teddy Locsin Jr. weighs in In tonight's Teditorial.

Achilles acquitted

Posted at 09/18/2014 4:11 PM | Updated as of 09/18/2014 4:13 PM

TWO things triumphed last week in a South African court and before the watching world. The first was the will to power; the second the wheels of justice.

Teditorial: Tomorrow's children

In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. gives us a fresh view on autism.

Teditorial: Nothing to add

Last month, a man who saved a Jewish boy during the Holocaust gave up the medal he received for the heroic act 71 years ago. Teddy Locsin Jr. tells us why in tonight's Teditorial. -- ANC, World Tonight, Sept. 16, 2014

Teditorial: Achilles acquitted

Last week, Olympic star Oscar Pistorius was found guilty of culpable homicide for the killing of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. He escaped a more serious charge of murder. Teddy Locsin Jr. weighs in on the verdict in tonight's Teditorial. -- ANC The World Tonight, September 15, 2014