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Palace: Aquino
got justice

President Aquino got justice when the justice committee of the House of Representatives voted an identical 54-4 on all three impeachment complaints against him for insufficiency of substance, Malacañang said on Tuesday.…

Why Aquino should
seek a second term

As the debate on whether President Benigno Aquino III should seek a second term or not heats up, here’s an American executive who says that he should – if only to sustain the economic gains achieved during his term. …

Is hacking naked
photos a sex crime?

Already hounded by paparazzi on their doorsteps, celebrities face a new battle to protect their privacy from hackers willing to splash their most intimate behind-closed-doors photos online. …

ISIS extremists
kill second reporter

"Islamic State" jihadists have murdered a second American reporter, releasing another video Tuesday showing a masked militant with a British accent cutting the throat of a US captive. …

Gilas Pilipinas
in do-or-die game

With its back pushed hard against the wall, Gilas Pilipinas guns for the first of two wins it needs to make the KO stages of the Fiba World Cup here—and that is before it prays that some things go the…

PH reforms boost
global ranking

The Philippines continued to improve its competitiveness on the global stage amid reforms that have allowed the country to gain some ground against its better-placed neighbors. …

SyCip wants Grace
Poe next President

A man who knows how to count, one of the earliest supporters of Fernando Poe Jr. when he ran for President in 2004 but was believed to have lost in the counting, is interested in seeing his daughter Sen. Grace…

P5B CCT funds
lost in Philpost

The Philippine Postal Corp. has accumulated P5 billion in unliquidated cash advances from the Department of Social Welfare and Development, funds that were meant for distribution to a million beneficiaries of the conditional cash transfer program in 9,657 municipalities last…

Bombing brains
still unknown

A foiled plot to bomb the country’s main airport and a huge mall in Metro Manila was to have been the “opening salvo” of a group supposedly opposed to China’s occupation of disputed isles in the South China Sea claimed…

Sad, terrible day,
say Aquino critics

The rector of San Sebastian Cathedral in Bacolod City said the House justice committee’s decision to junk all three impeachment complaints against President Aquino for lack of substance was to be expected in a chamber dominated by the President’s allies.…

Inquirer.net top
news site again

A certified hit. After completing a three-week certification process, Inquirer.net, the country’s pioneer in online news and information, is again the country’s leading news website as measured by its Alexa ranking.…

China’s ‘most
dangerous woman’

Whoever said journalists can’t do a good job in China clearly hasn’t met Hu Shuli and the growing number of her colleagues dedicated to “shedding light on the unseen and lending a voice to the unheard.”…

SC: Limiting airtime
on pol ads illegal

The Supreme Court struck down the air time limit on political advertisements, which the Commission on Elections has created supposedly for the 2010 elections. …

Lawyer for Pastor
family withdraws

High-profile lawyer Salvador Panelo will no longer represent the family of slain racing champion Enzo Pastor, in the murder case currently pending in the Department of Justice (DOJ). …

Enzo Pastor’s slay
‘brains’ out on bail

Businessman Domingo “Sandy” de Guzman III, who allegedly masterminded the killing of car racing champion Ferdinand “Enzo” Pastor, has been released from the custody of police after posting bail for his illegal possession of firearms charge on Tuesday. …

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