• Snowstorm in New York
    Mid-town Manhattan is pictured from the top of the United Nations building in New York Monday as a major snowstorm threatens New York Tuesday. Six East Coast states in the US declared snow emergency due to Winter Storm Juno, which is expected to dump 2-foot high snow in affected areas.

  • Tribute to slain SAF officers
    A Philippine flag flown at half-mast at Fernando Air Base Tuesday as soldiers mourn the death of 44 members of the PNP Special Action Force killed during an encounter with Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) fighters. The MILF claims the clash Sunday erupted due to lack of coordination, when the elite cops tried to capture Malaysian bomb expert Marwan.

  • DSWD grilled over Pope visit clearing
    Social Welfare and Development Secretary Dinky Soliman answers questions during a hearing called by the Senate committee on social justice, welfare and rural development on Tuesday. Soliman admitted bringing street dwellers in Metro Manila to a resort in Batangas for a ‘family camp’ as part of their effort to clear Metro Manila during the papal visit.

  • No to higher traffic fines
    PISTON members, representing drivers and operators of public utility vehicles, march to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, urging justices to issue a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) on the implementation of Joint Administrative Order no. 2014-01. The order imposes higher penalties for traffic violations, which the group finds unreasonable.

  • Repeal EPIRA
    Members of Freedom from Debt Coalition hold a protest in front of the House of Representatives calling for the repeal of the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) on Tuesday. The House Committee on Energy is currently deliberating 17 bills that would amend the EPIRA, with 2 bills pushing for its repeal.

PH suspends special forces chief over deadly clash

MANILA (UPDATE) - The chief of the Philippines' special forces police unit has been suspended over his handling of an operation at the weekend to arrest two wanted Islamic militants that left over 40 commandos dead, the interior secretary said on Tuesday.
PH suspends special forces chief over deadly clash

Mamasapano clash was overkill: ex-DILG chief

MANILA - Don't call it a "misencounter" but a massacre. This is the opinion of former Interior and Local Government Secretary Rafael Alunan on the killing of 44 Philippine National-Special Action Forces commandos in an encounter with Moro Islamic Liberation Front rebels in Mamasapano, Maguindanao on Sunday.
Mamasapano clash was overkill: ex-DILG chief

Erap to govt: Don't trust MILF

MANILA - Former president and now Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada on Tuesday blamed the Moro Islamic Liberation Front for Sunday's deadly clash that saw at least 49 police officers killed by Moro rebels.
Erap to govt: Don't trust MILF


What Tagle thinks of 'hidden' streetkids during Pope visit

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Where's Marwan's body?

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Senate in no rush to arrest Junjun Binay

MANILA - The Senate is in no rush to arrest Makati Mayor Junjun Binay and five others who were cited in contempt yesterday.
Posted 12 hours ago

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DMCI bags P2.3-B LRT-2 extension project

D.M. Consunji Inc. (DMCI) has bagged the contract for the East extension of the Light Rail Transit-Line 2 (LRT-2), the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) said on Tuesday.
Posted 17 hours ago

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Listless Ginebra loses 1st game in Commissioner's Cup

MANILA – Barangay Ginebra is off to a bad start in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup after bowing to Meralco, 74-85, at the MOA Arena on Tuesday.
Posted 7 hours ago

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Mexican: Arresting officers tried to extort P7M

MANILA - The Mexican national arrested in a P12 million drug bust in Makati City last January 11 has turned the tables on authorities responsible for the operation.
Posted 12 hours ago


Abu Sayyaf bandit, 7 others bolt Basilan jail

MANILA – An Abu Sayyaf bandit and seven other inmates escaped from a jail in Isabela City, Basilan.


New York travel ban lifted after snowstorm

NEW YORK - Blanket driving bans were lifted and limited New York public transport was to reopen Tuesday after a night of snowfall that dumped up to two feet (60 centimeters) in some areas.

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