‘Fourth Quarter Man’ Jojo Lastimosa impressed by clutch Larry Fonacier

Known as the “Fourth Quarter Man” during his playing days, Jojo Lastimosa lived up to his monicker by knocking down huge basksets during crunch...

Malaysian bizmen unfazed by security risks in South, looking to expand PH investments

A group of Malaysian businessmen is interested in further investing in the Philippines despite security risks in the southern part of the country.

Clinical study shows this anti-ageing supplement gives results in two months

The two-month clinical trial period involved 84 participants ranging in age from 35 to 60 years old.

WATCH | ‘Better than a telenovela writer’: Trillanes confronts Aguirre on 5 ‘tales’

What was supposed to be a Senate hearing on the 2018 budget of the Department of Justice turned out to be a grudge batch between agency head Vitaliano Aguirre and Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV on Thursday.

HOMOSEXUAL AT HALIMAW? | Duterte believes prisoners incapable of positive change

President Rodrigo Duterte is not among those who believe that prisoners are still capable of positive change. On the contrary, the chief executive is convinced that inmates are incurably deviant individuals and thus will always be recidivists.

CLEAN AND GREEN | Can Metro Manila be a solar-powered megacity?

The Philippines enjoys a substantial amount of sunshine, making it a force for a solar power revolution. However, according to the Department of Energy, the country still relies largely on non-renewable energy sources, particularly coal.

Airbus Helicopters maintains lead in PH, expands to passenger transport, tourism

For now, the current 70 helicopters supported by Airbus in the Philippines, are enough to sustain a strong presence in the local market.

Global fuel market prices jump as Harvey’s impact spreads beyond US Gulf

Tropical Storm Harvey’s effect on the energy industry has spread beyond flooding US refiners as fuel pipelines also shut, threatening a supply squeeze across the nation and stirring up world markets as US retail fuel prices rose further.
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HURRICANE HARVEY | Arkema expects chemical fire at flooded Texas plant

WASHINGTON - Arkema SA expects chemicals to catch fire or explode at its heavily flooded plant in Crosby, Texas in the coming days because...

Financial firms fear turmoil over fraught US debt ceiling talks

Financial firms are sounding alarm bells and dusting off contingency plans over fears an increasingly dysfunctional US Congress may fail to reach a deal to raise the country’s debt limit.

2 SC justices willing to testify in Sereno impeachment case, says complainant

Two male justices of the Supreme Court are willing to testify in the impeachment case against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno that was recently filed at the House of Representatives, the complainant, lawyer Lorenzo Gadon, said.

DSWD team barred from delivering services to hinterland communities of Davao del Norte town

A ranking official of the Department of Social Welfare and Development complained Thursday that she and her team have been barred by the local government of Kapalong, Davao del Norte from visiting far-flung communities of the town to deliver their services.

Taguba-Tita Nani text exchange shows alleged link of Du30 son-in-law Mans Carpio to Davao...

A message from a March 13 text exchange between customs broker Mark Ruben Taguba II and “Tita Nani,” his contact with the so-called Davao group, purports to show the alleged involvement of President Rodrigo Duterte's son-in-law, lawyer Manases “Mans” Carpio, in smuggling activities at the Bureau of Customs.

Skin care for millennials claims to fight pollution

Discover the power of pomegranate to revitalize, soothe, nourish, and protect the skin.

Ginebra sends Chris Ellis to Blackwater in 4-player trade

Barangay Ginebra San Miguel sent high-flying forward Chris Ellis to the Blackwater Elite in a four-player trade completed on Thursday. Ellis and big man Dave...