It’s a “teaching moment.” Armed with cameras and sporting yellow ribbons, a group of Filipinos who are permanent residents of Hong Kong on Wednesday joined the “Umbrella Revolution,” which has paralyzed busiest parts of the city since Saturday.


Malacañang on Wednesday came to Director General Alan Purisima’s defense, describing his Senate testimony as “truthful” and saying he still had the “moral ascendancy” over the Philippine National Police despite allegations of corruption.


The Cabinet Cluster on Port Congestion (CCPC) said that efficiency at the Port of Manila has increased two weeks after the city of Manila lifted its controversial truck ban.


A shareholder in Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Holdings II on Wednesday blamed the government’s failure to renew the original maintenance contractor for the current MRT 3 woes.


President Benigno Aquino on Wednesday criticized the United Nations for refusing to better arm Filipino peacekeepers in the Golan Heights, saying this made their mission "impossible."


The Far Eastern University Tamaraws and the National University Bulldogs will face off in the Finals of the men’s basketball tournament after surviving their respective do-or-die games Wednesday.


The Far Eastern University Tamaraws dethroned the La Salle Green Archers, 67-64, and earned the right to face the National University Bulldogs in the Finals of the UAAP 77 men’s basketball tournament Wednesday.


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