Kidnap victim tells
of ‘horrible’ ordeal
A victim of kidnapping twice on Tuesday faced the Senate and shared his “horrible” experience that may well illustrate the deteriorating law and order in the country.
Here’s a stern reminder to traffic enforcers, especially to those who flagged down a curvaceous model for a traffic violation but let her go after she showed a courtesy card of a police official: Spare no one when enforcing the…
Gilas fell apart
after loss vs Qatar
It took just one game for Gilas Pilipinas’ plans to come unhinged in the 17the Asian Games here.…
Coco sorry for act
in ‘Naked Truth’
Actor Coco Martin said Tuesday that he was “extremely sorry” for his participation in the Bench “The Naked Truth” fashion show where he was heavily criticized for playing the role of a ring master pulling a woman on a leash.
Jollibee among top
food chains in US
Jollibee, the leading fast-food chain in the Philippines, is making waves overseas as it was recently considered by a food website as one of the top 10 best foreign fast-food chains in the United States.…
Jake: Andi still
my greatest love
Jake Ejercito broke his silence on Twitter after his ex-girlfriend Andi Eigenmann’s interview, admitting that they have broken up, aired on “The Buzz” last Sunday.
Abad in Senate
for more grilling
Budget Secretary Florencio "Butch" Abad was grilled in the Senate on Tuesday over their non-itemized budget allocation for several vehicles that Senator Francis "Chiz" Escudero considered as lump-sum items.
falls; rivals up
While still leading potential rivals in the presidential election in 2016, Vice President Jejomar Binay saw his rating take a hit among voters, declining 10 percentage points amid allegations that he got kickbacks from projects of Makati City when he…
Grace Poe top
choice for VP
Sen. Grace Poe remains the top choice for Vice President in 2016, leading 11 potential candidates included in a recent Pulse Asia survey.…
Pacquiao ‘pities’ Mayweather
Boxing hero Manny Pacquiao Monday brushed off Floyd Mayweather's latest taunts, saying he pitied his American rival as he urged him to read the Bible.…
Scandal takes toll
on Binay’s ratings
The September 2014 Pulse Asia survey is the first to show the damage inflicted on Vice President Jejomar Binay’s presidential prospects by the allegedly overpriced Makati City Hall parking building and other controversies.…
top senatorial bets
Senator Vicente “Tito” Sotto III and Presidential assistant to food security and agricultural modernization Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan continue to top the polls for senatorial bets, Pulse Asia said Monday. …
backs Chot Reyes
Faced with bashing from basketball fans, national coach Chot Reyes got a show of support from the most important hoop supporter of Gilas Pilipinas.
ties after 2016?
Maybe after 2016. Wu Shicun, president of top state think tank National Institute for South China Sea Studies, is hopeful that relations between China and the Philippines will be better after the Aquino administration.
“We practically own everything in the Philippines…,” said Imelda Marcos, talking to the Inquirer in 1998 while she disclosed her plan to file an intervention suit against the cronies of her husband.…