Monthly Archives: April 2014

Rally pushes for full TPS for Filipinos in US

By Jon Melegrito WASHINGTON, DC – Rosalina Cionelo, a 70-year-old housekeeper in Manhattan, New York, says she has worked and lived in the shadows for 17 years without protection. “It is a

US pact will strengthen PH defense – Palace

MANILA  – Amid hard opposition by critics, Malacañang on Monday said it was confident that the recently signed Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) will strengthen the country’s defense capabilities. “The agreement opens

Stronger US-PH ties key to inclusive growth – NEDA

MANILA  – The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) on Monday said a stronger partnership between the Philippines and the United States of America (USA) is key to economic stability and inclusive

Our goal is not to counter China – Obama

MANILA— After reaching a new defense pact with its treaty ally, President Barack Obama said on Monday that the United States does not intend to counter China’s perceived increasing aggression in the

The traveling president: 32 trips to 43 countries

BARACK Obama, the 44th President of the United States has so far made 32 international trips to 43 different countries as of February 2014, since his presidency began in 2009. According to

Obama thanks FilAm chef for lumpia, adobo in White House

MANILA  — It seems that United States President Barack Obama has been enjoying Filipino food even before he set foot on Philippine land on Monday. Obama said the US and the Philippines