A nurse who was shooting her wedding photos at a beach in China has been earning praises online for trying to save a drowned man by performing CPR on the victim.
The Abu Sayyaf is the first militant organization to be officially outlawed in the Southeast Asian country under a rarely used anti-terrorism law. The brutal group, which has targeted Americans and other foreigners, has already been listed as a terrorist group by Washington.
Al Qaeda and ISIS, both reviled organizations bent on pushing Islam down everyone’s throats, are now at war with each other.
For single-handedly taking on three men robbing a bus on the North Luzon Expressway, PO2 Ryan S. Cabansag, with wife Christine by his side, receives the Medalya ng Kadakilaan from Interior Secretary Mel Sarmiento in a ceremony at Camp Crame on Monday, September 22, 2015.
According to a study published in the latest Journal of Dental Research, a new tissue regeneration technique may allow people to simply regrow a new set of pearly whites, which can render dentures and implants as a thing of the past, or as special case option.
Yes, you are reading it right. Adult website Pornhub is now offering a USD $25,000 scholarship for a single entry that can convince that the would-be scholar, ie. contestant deserves it.
The Baybayin advocacy group is planning to sue the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) for intellectual property theft from a proposed logo redesign and the government body’s snub of their inquiry about it.
MOVED – Despite saying ‘NO’ to presidential bid, latest rally to have Rodrigo Duterte run had him thinking twice
The rally in Luneta that clamors for Rodrigo Duterte, Davao City’s celebrated mayor, to run despite his withdrawal has proven successful in making him change his hard stance from before.
A bill banning the importation, shipment, entry and dumping of garbage, hazardous scrap or residual wastes into the country has been filed at the House of Representatives.
The Philippines’ ongoing territorial tensions with China have led it to try to modernize its military, which for years had one of the smallest budgets in Asia. The country is spending more on more advanced ships and planes, but it is also trying to entice arms manufacturers to set up shop locally.