Monthly Archives: June 2016

Duterte agrees to meet with Robredo

DAVAO CITY – President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has agreed to a meeting with Vice President-elect Leni Robredo. Christopher Go, Duterte’s executive assistant, said in an interview with TV5 on Wednesday that the meeting

Mendiola march ends inside Palace

MANILA — It was a surreal scene. Activists who staged a rally at Chino Roces Bridge (formerly Mendiola) in Manila on Thursday were not greeted with a phalanx of truncheon-wielding policemen behind

Comelec chairman hits back at critics

MANILA — Reeling from criticism of his supposed “failure of leadership” at the Commission on Elections, Chairman Andres Bautista asked Comelec employees on Monday for a “fresh start” in the agency riled

SAF 44 kin set to file raps vs Aquino

MANILA — The relatives of the police commandos killed the controversial 2015 Mamasapano massacre are set to file multiple charges of homicide against former President Benigno Aquino III for the wrongful deaths

‘She wanted me to suffer’ says Texas husband whose wife killed daughters

FORT BEND, Texas – The Texas mother who gunned down her two daughters at a suburban Houston home was angry about a pending marriage for one of them, and may have let

Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar: Restoring the lost glory of old Filipino houses

By Edgardo S. Tugade “PICTURE yourself on boat on a river,” as a psychedelic Beatles song begins, but this time, passing by the most beautiful old Filipino houses on both banks, each