• Protesters oppose K-12 as school year opens
    Members of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) stage a protest against the K-12 program at the Batasan High School in Quezon City as schools opened Monday. The group said schools, teachers, and families are not prepared for the additional two years under the K-12 program.

  • Disaster preparedness on first day of school
    Students hide under the tables as a teacher gives instructions on how to react during an earthquake on the first day of classes on Monday at the President Corazon C. Aquino Elementary School in Quezon City. Schools near the West Valley Fault face additional problems of looking for alternative classrooms.

  • Parents watch over children
    Parents watch their children go to school from an elevated an overpass near the Corazon Aquino Elementary School in Quezon City on Monday. The Department of Education says over 23 million of students across the country trooped back to schools on opening day.

  •  NLEX accident piles 11 vehicles
    Several damaged vehicles block a portion of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) on Monday after a trailer truck rammed about 10 vehicles on the northbound lane. The accident left four people injured and caused a major traffic jam during the rush hour on the first working day of the week. 

  •  Students ride boat to school
    Schoolchildren ride a small boat to cross a river going to school on the first day of the school year Monday in the fishing village of Kinabuksan, Barangay Cawag, Subic, Zambales. Around 23 million students are expected to return to public elementary and high schools across the country. 

Senate report finds 'grand conspiracy' in Makati bldg overprice

MANILA - The report of a Senate subcommittee that investigated the Makati City Hall Building 2 says there was a “grand conspiracy” to overprice the structure by over a billion pesos, with Vice President Jejomar Binay and his son at the center of it.
Senate report finds 'grand conspiracy' in Makati bldg overprice

Binay won't quit 2016 race amid controversies

MANILA - Vice President Jejomar Binay remains steadfast in his presidential candidacy despite being challenged by major corruption issues from his time as mayor of Makati City.
Binay won't quit 2016 race amid controversies

House plenary tackles BBL

(UPDATED) Eight months after it was filed, the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) is finally in the plenary of the House of Representatives.
House plenary tackles BBL


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Marcos fears Bangsamoro police will become private army

MANILA - Sen. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jnr questioned Tuesday the chain of command of the Bangsamoro police force as the hearing on the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law resumed today.
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Apple loses trademark case vs MyPhone

Apple just lost its trademark case against the Philippine company behind My|Phone.
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Etheridge thrilled to be back with Azkals

Philippine Azkals goal-keeper Neil Etheridge is grateful for his stint with League Championship club Charlton Athletic, which helped pave his return to the national team.
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WATCH: Boy survives hit-and-run in Manila

A young boy fell victim to a hit-and-run incident in Manila on Sunday afternoon, but fortunately survived.
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US Pinoy claims manager urinated on him, called him 'monkey'

The Equal Opportunity Commission is suing an oil service company for discriminating against a Filipino worker in Williston, North Dakota.
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'Pemberton had scratches; penis had discharge'

 Two days after the killing of Filipino transgender Jennifer Laude last October 11, 2014, Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton underwent physical examination.


Obama warns China against 'throwing elbows' in sea dispute

WASHINGTON - US President Barack Obama on Monday weighed in on territorial disputes in the South China Sea, urging regional powers, particularly China, to respect the law and stop ''throwing elbows.''

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Loud sex lands woman in prison

A British woman who kept her neighbors awake by engaging in enthusiastic love-making was sentenced to two weeks in prison on Monday after a neighbor complained about her "screaming and shouting".

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SOCO: Retired OFW murdered inside Bulacan home

Fidelino Fabros had been living alone in Pandi, Bulacan for more than seven years.

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