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AirAsia offers seat sale to celebrate flying 600 million passengers

AirAsia on Friday said it would offer a total of 6 million promotional seats for as low as P60 to celebrate hitting the milestone of flying its 600 millionth passenger. → Read More

Lessons on success from Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart shared with an audience of moguls and admirers some secrets to her success. → Read More

'Neat freak' Martha Stewart on success and waking up before 7 a.m.

The 78-year-old founder of Martha Stewart Omnimedia spoke before the latest installment of the ANC Leadership Forum, a gathering of Filipino corporate and government executives. → Read More

Grace Poe rides independent campaign to second place finish

Poe, 50, topped the 2013 senatorial race on her first crack at public office. She placed third in the 2016 presidential race behind President Rodrigo Duterte and former Sen. Mar Roxas who failed to reclaim his Senate seat in the May 13 vote. → Read More

El Shaddai leader's senatorial list not an endorsement for bloc vote

El Shaddai, a 5-million strong flock, does not have a bloc vote and a previously commissioned study showed only 40 percent of their total members would follow Velarde 'blindly,' said political adviser Wilfrido Villarama. → Read More

Quake-hit Pampanga sifts through rubble, readies state of calamity

At least one voice was still being heard from the rubble of a collapsed supermarket in nearby Porac town early Tuesday, where the Magnitude 6.1 quake also caused a portion of a 17th century church to collapse, said Pampanga Governor Lilia Pineda. → Read More

Philippines can bring arbitration win vs China to UN

MANILA - The Philippines is not without options when it comes to the implementation of its arbitration win against China and can bring it before the United Nations for a 'solution,' the top diplomat who brought the case before the international tribunal said Tuesday. → Read More

Law on Manila Bay rehab, gov't policy on discharge water sought

Plans to clean up Manila Bay will need a law to ensure continuity of its rehabilitation plus policies on quality of discharge water coming from government offices, an environment official and advocate said Thursday. → Read More

Duterte urged: Don't let only the rich benefit from Manila Bay

President Rodrigo Duterte should not allow the rich to be the only ones to benefit from Manila Bay, which supposedly would be piled with soil, an environmental lawyer said Tuesday. → Read More

Confiscated drugs in Cavite came from 'Golden Triangle': PDEA

The almost P2 billion worth of drugs confiscated in a Cavite warehouse is suspected to have come from within Southeast Asia and entered the Philippines through 'shipside smuggling' with the use of smaller vessels, the chief of the anti-narcotics agency said Monday. → Read More

#KidCriminals? New bill on criminal liability to cut number of kids in crimes

MANILA - A controversial measure seeking to lower the minimum age of criminal responsibility to 9 years old will lessen the number of children involved in crimes, lawmakers backing the bill said Tuesday. → Read More

Addressing depression: What not to say to a depressed beloved

When someone you love manifests possible symptoms of depression, such as increase in substance abuse, social withdrawal, or statements signifying feelings of emptiness, what do you do? → Read More

Filipino honeymooners drown in Maldives; friends seek help to fly bodies home

High school sweethearts Leomer and Erika Joyce Lagradilla tied the knot in front of friends and families as 2018 drew to a close, sealing the deal after more than a decade of being a couple. → Read More

Locsin 'misinformed' about passport data mess, suspects deflection: Yasay

Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr on Monday said he does not believe a contractor stole the data from his former agency in its passport renewal system. → Read More

'Probinsyano' boosts Lapid, anti-dilawan attacks affect Mar and Bam: Pulse

Top-rated TV show 'Ang Probinsyano' lifted a senatorial aspirant's chances of winning, while President Rodrigo Duterte's attack against the Liberal Party pulled down two others', the president of pollster Pulse Asia said Thursday. → Read More

'Bato' movie 'can be a problem' for Senate hopeful says Comelec

A movie about senatorial aspirant, former police chief Ronald Dela Rosa, can be developed, but it cannot be shown during the campaign period, the Commission on Elections said Monday. → Read More

Forcing Cotabato into Bangsamoro region will only result in bitterness, rejection

Forcing the city of Cotabato to join the Bangsamoro region up for plebiscite at this time would only result in bitterness in the south, an analyst from a think tank based in there said Friday. → Read More

Duterte's silence on House draft federal charter 'deafening'

President Rodrigo Duterte's silence on the federal debate after the House of Representatives passed its version of a draft charter is 'deafening,' a member of his consultative committee said Friday. → Read More

Miss Universe win reopens medical marijuana debate; Duque says 'not so fast'

There should be more studies about marijuana before it could be legalized, Health Secretary Francisco Duque said Thursday amid a renewed public discourse on this after the answer of Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray at the pageant. → Read More

Filipino journalists need to hold the line together, says Rappler CEO Ressa

Rappler CEO Maria Ressa said the mission of journalism is 'more important today than ever.' → Read More