Manila inches closer to reviving its glory days

IN 2013, Joseph Ejercito Estrada was enjoying his blissful retirement from politics and public service and was content in relaxing tasks of caring for...

Manila’s Renaissance

As Manila celebrates its 446th anniversary, Filipinos are being reminded again why the the historically and commercially rich city has been the capital of...

How big is gig economy?

By Christopher Rugaber | The Associated Press WASHINGTON—Look around, and it seems more Americans are working outside traditional full-time jobs—whether as freelance graphic designers or...

Honoring the dads away from home

THAT TIME of the year has come again, wherein we celebrate the lives of the pillars of our homes—our dads. Our fathers are in...

Wanted: Perfect Father

Several scientific studies on fatherhood reveal that fathers are important for a child’s development. Children with involved fathers are less likely to break the...

Pancho Piano: Enriching Local Art Culture

There’s an acclaimed visual artist who has put the Bicolano culture in the spotlight for 35 years through his art works. Over the course...

Once-drab Warsaw changed by wealth into booming modern city

By Vanessa Gera | The Associated Press WARSAW, Poland—Warsaw, a city of Old World charm that was turned to rubble and ash by Nazi Germany,...

The princes, the president and the fortune seekers

By Desmond Butler & Tom LoBianco | The Associated Press WASHINGTON—After a year spent carefully cultivating two princes from the Arabian Peninsula, Elliott Broidy, a...

Mideast conflicts connected by vying powerbrokers

By Tamer Fakahany | The Associated Press THE modern Middle East has been plagued by ruinous wars: country versus country, civil wars with internecine and...

A royal wedding bridges the Atlantic and breaks old molds

By Danica Kirka, Jill Lawless & Gregory Katz  | The Associated Press WINDSOR, England—The son of British royalty and the daughter of middle-class Americans wed...

What is Iran’s atomic deal? Why is it targeted?

By Jon Gambrell | The Associated Press DUBAI, United Arab Emirates—Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers faces its biggest diplomatic challenge yet as President Donald...

The day outspoken Barbara Bush regretted speaking her mind

By Terence Hunt | The Associated Press WASHINGTON—Barbara Bush leaned over the seat on Air Force Two and glared at me. It was 1984, and...

Technology in medical industries leads to sustained growth

Many of the country’s hospitals has adapt to the changing landscape and developments in the health care industry by expanding the scope of their...

The Year of the Dog 2018 It’s going to be a...

Have you ever wonder why Mayon Volcano is raging? Along with the country’s pride—having the world’s perfect cone—other volcanoes have also erupted. Papua New...

Go unlimited this Year of the Earth Dog and beyond

How many online videos have you skipped on or songs you didn’t play, or games you had to quit from because of capped Internet...

God’s Best

Tinder, OKCupid, Skout, EHarmony, and HowAboutWe. If you are on a look out for dates – Valentine’s Day or not–you have probably visited these...

Skip the roses and the park: Get creative this Valentine’s Day...

‘Roses are red, violets are blue. This Valentine’s Day, try something new.” You see, even the corniest clichés can be given a new spin...

Treat Yourself a Unique Kind of Lovin’ this V-Day

Although we are accustomedto view Valentine’s Day as that day of the year wherein we celebrate love, we can’t overlook the fact that V-day...

D.O.E. pushes for smart, energy-efficient technologies

The Department of Energy (DOE), is the executive department of the Philippine government responsible for preparing, integrating, coordinating, supervising and controlling all plans, programs,...

Upgrade may dethrone Manila’s ‘King of the Road’

The Philippines’ iconic passenger jeepney, once regarded as Manila’s “King of the Road,” is chugging toward change and uncertainty. A remnant of World War II,...