• 25th anniversary of children's rights convention
    Children fly kites at the Bantayog Memorial Wall in Quezon City on the 25th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) on Thursday. Millions of children continue to suffer from extreme poverty, hunger, and inaccessibility to social service.

  • Grandstand prepared for Pope
    Workers rush construction on the Quirino Grandstand in Luneta, Manila on Thursday in preparation for Pope Francis visit in the country in January next year. The Pope is scheduled to deliver one of his masses at the Quirino Grandstand that is expected to draw a huge crowd.

  • Store chain opens in Tacloban
    A traffic enforcer mans the street as people rush to the store on the opening of Save More Tacloban on Thursday. The store joined a growing number of businesses establishing their presence in Tacloban City, which is still recovering from the devastation of super typhoon Yolanda over a year ago.

  • Relatives of Ampatuan victims seek justice
    Relatives of victims of the Ampatuan massacre arrive on Tuesday at the National Police Commission to ask for the dismissal of police involved in the massacre. A would-be witness in the massacre has been killed, as the case dragged on for nearly five years now.

  • Binay's wife faces graft charges
    Former Makati mayor Elenita Binay shows up at the Sandiganbayan 3rd Division office on Thursday for her arraignment. Binay is facing graft charges for the alleged anomalous purchase of P45-million worth of hospital beds and medical supplies during her term as city mayor.

Janet cries in court, denies bribing judge

MANILA - Alleged pork scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles shed tears during a bail hearing Friday after a witness again identified former Sandiganbayan associate justice Gregory Ong as Napoles' contact inside the anti-graft court.
Janet cries in court, denies bribing judge

Mercado to Binay: Face me, let's see who's lying

MANILA (UPDATED) - Former Makati vice-mayor Ernesto Mercado is challenging his former boss, Vice-President Jejomar Binay, to face him in a public forum to prove who is lying and who is telling the truth.
Mercado to Binay: Face me, let's see who's lying

Obama moves to protect millions from deportation

President Barack Obama imposed the most sweeping immigration reform in a generation on Thursday, easing the threat of deportation for about 4.7 million undocumented immigrants and setting up a clash with Republicans.
Obama moves to protect millions from deportation


De Lima explains slow Ampatuan massacre trial

By Ina Reformina, ABS-CBN News
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De Lima won't confirm, deny Mercado trip to US

MANILA - Justice Secretary Leila De Lima refused to confirm nor deny reports about the departure for the United States of former Makati Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado.
Posted 1 hour ago

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Will Pacquiao go for KO vs. Algieri?

MANILA – Boxing analyst Al Mendoza believes Filipino champion Manny Pacquiao will try to knock out American challenger Chris Algieri after he won his last two fights in solid, but not spectacular, fashion.
Posted 20 hours ago

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PNP: Some drug deals happen inside casinos

The Philippine National Police confirms convicted drug lords are able to run their businesses even behind bars. Authorities also reveal that some drug deals are being done inside casinos.
Posted 17 hours ago

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Pinoys seen to benefit from Obama's immigration orders

CALIFORNIA - With President Barack Obama's announcement of his orders to fix America's broken immigration system, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said it's not a political victory, but a victory for millions of undocumented immigrants in America.
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Massacre victims' kin write letter to Pope Francis

MAGUINDANAO, Philippines - Family and friends on Friday visited the site of the Maguindanao massacre almost five years after the gruesome killings.


Murdered beauty queen, sister laid to rest

A shaken Honduras held a funeral for its Miss World contestant and her sister Thursday after the sister's boyfriend shot them in a jealous rage, according to police and media reports.

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Cops win right to sport mustaches

For 17 years it was a privilege reserved only for high-ranking Colombian police officers.

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SOCO: Lady guard found dead in Malabon river

Thelma Sabsalon had no explanation for the dreams she was having of her daughter Myrthel. She felt an eerie sensation, and suspected that something was wrong.

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