Toyota-supported flying car hopes to light the Tokyo 2020 Olympic flame

Engineers, supported by Toyota Motor Corp, demonstrated their flying car, which they hope will be able to light up the Olympic flame for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games.

After London attack, Facebook pledges to be a ‘hostile environment’ for terrorists

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May responded to the attack by calling for an overhaul of the strategy used to combat extremism, including a demand for greater international regulation of the Internet.

Duterte tours Japan’s biggest warship anchored at Subic Bay

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Sunday visited Japan's biggest warship and helicopter carrier JS Izumo, which is anchored at the Alava Pier, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority in Olongapo City.

Here’s the man behind SMC’s success in the PBA

For the first time in the 42-year history of the PBA, sister teams Barangay Ginebra, San Miguel and Star ended up in a three-way...

Ignoring police, Speaker Alvarez insists on his definition of ‘terrorism’ for RWM

Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez still believes what happened on June 2 at Resorts World Manila, where a lone gunman, brandishing a high-powered weapon, torched gaming tables and took P113 million worth of chips, was "an act of terrorism," the official police conclusion notwithstanding.

PH’s May inflation seen at 3.3%

Headline inflation rate for May this year is expected to slightly ease to 3.3 percent year-on-year, IHS Markit Asia Pacific Chief Economist Rajiv Biswas said.

Franz Pumaren praises Terrence Romeo’s confidence during crunch time: ‘Iba talaga yung makapal ang...

"Iba talaga yung makapal ang mukha." That was how GlobalPort Batang Pier coach Franz Pumaren described Terrence Romeo after the superstar guard buried a clutch...
Marines mosque Marawi City

Gunfire mars 4-hour humanitarian cease-fire in Marawi; 2 soldiers injured

Thousands of civilians hoping to flee fighting in the besieged city of Marawi remained trapped on Sunday after a four-hour cease-fire to evacuate residents was marred by gunfire. Two soldiers involved in the humanitarian operation were injured by gunfire from the opposite side while they were trying to extract trapped civilians, 1st Infantry Division spokesperson Lt. Col. Jo-Ar Herrera confirmed.

SE Asian nations to use spy planes, drones in common fight vs ISIS threat

Southeast Asian nations plan to use spy planes and drones to stem the movement of militants across their porous borders, defense officials said at the weekend, as concerns rise over the growing clout of Islamic State in the region.

Terrence Romeo fires game-winning triple to oust Alaska, give GlobalPort final QF ticket

Terrence Romeo fired a clutch triple with nine seconds left as the GlobalPort Batang Pier moved on to the playoffs after prevailing over the...

WEEKEND CHEF | Healthy ‘baon’ idea: Chicken nuggets by Chef Tatung Sarthou

Your kid's off to a healthy start with this crispy and delicious chicken dish that's perfect as a lunchbox rice meal. Pair with slices or a piece of fresh fruit.

As cops dismiss terror angle, NBI turns sights to RWM, gov’t accountability

Justice Secretary Vitaliano N. Aguirre II has ordered the National Bureau of Investigation to look into and and do a case build-up on the shooting and fire incident that killed 38 people, including the lone gunman, at Resorts World Manila past midnight Friday.

All eyes on Bill Cosby accuser as sexual assault trial begins

Andrea Constandt has accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her at his home 13 years ago.

Former PBA player Bong Alvarez caught using shabu

Former PBA player Bong Alvarez was arrested on Saturday evening for using shabu. Authorities were about to serve a warrant of arrest on Alvarez...

LeBron: Warriors among best teams I’ve seen

Cleveland forward LeBron James said the top-seeded Golden State Warriors are among the best teams he has seen but is confident his Cavaliers can...