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'Kill 1,000 and I will protect you'
There was a time the PNP stood for what is right, even if it meant hurting their president
H&M slumps into red as virus hits sales
At the height of the crisis in Europe in mid-April, about 80% of H&M's shops were shut, while net loss fell to about 5 billion kronor (477 million euros)
U.S. streetwear designer Matthew M. Williams takes over at French label Givenchy
Matthew replaces British designer Clare Waight Keller, who stepped down in April after 3 years with Givenchy
[OPINION] The Philippine military and its hypocrisy
Who is the biggest recruiter for the communist movement? Surely the generals know?
Where the Philippines goes, America follows
We have thousands of George Floyds. But they’re abused not because of the color of their skin as much as because of where and how they live.
M Bakery delivers banana pudding, cupcakes, cookies, cheesecakes
M Bakery's BGC branch is back with its chocolate hazelnut banana pudding, red velvet cake, calamansi cheesecake, lemon squares, and more!
Who's afraid of martial law?
We should expect President Duterte to keep on seeing red throughout this pandemic and we should stay vigilant in making sure he’s not going to arm-twist us into accepting that the coronavirus is armed
H&M had good start to 2020 before virus hit
H&M is reducing workers' hours in markets hit by the coronavirus pandemic, with 'tens of thousands of employees' to be affected
How is this pandemic changing you?
Let’s look at some of the challenges that this pandemic is forcing us to face and which are changing our world in incremental ways
Outrage in Germany as Adidas, H&M stop rent payments
Adidas and H&M are among the retailers in Germany which are stopping rent payments on stores shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic
A virus that's reshaping the world: This week's outlook
The coronavirus outbreak is not only messing up everyone’s business and personal travel plans, but is also hitting economies hard and reshaping the global supply chain that the world has grown accustomed to
The Duterte-ABS-CBN duel: This week's outlook
Will Duterte blink before the company that gave him – in his long stint as Davao mayor – a broadcast platform where he mastered the art of pulpit politics?
LOOK: There's a new Red Velvet Banana Pudding from M Bakery
M Bakery's vanilla pudding is mixed with cream cheese icing, vanilla wafers, freshly-baked red velvet cake, and bananas!
Calida's guns: This week's outlook
Jose Calida is certainly earning his keep
Will February be calmer? This week's outlook
And so it is that all our hopes for a calmer February may have been dashed. What happened last month anyway that could impact the coming weeks?
LIST: Traffic management schemes during Skyway Extension construction
Construction works for the southbound section of the Skyway Extension Project start on February 16
Golpe de gulat: This week's outlook
Golpe de gulat is the Duterte administration's tool in telling the business elite that their time is up, that the future belongs to a new oligarchy
Oh, Taal: This week's outlook
Could we be forgiven for likening Taal Volcano to your first love?
2020 with a big bang: This week's outlook
What’s at stake and what can we expect this week in the aftermath of the assassination of the general who had shaped the battlefield in the Middle East and helped direct Assad’s war in Syria?
PH, Taiwan accepting applications for science graduate courses for 2020
The deadline for submissions of MECO-TECO SSP applications is on January 15, 2020
Goodbye, 2019: Five reasons this year stands out
Journalists who speak truth to power, citizens who turn rage into action – these are among the 5 things that make 2019 stand out
[ANALYSIS] What the Ampatuan massacre verdict did not – and could not – address
In a land of scarcity and impunity, we celebrate justice, no matter how hollow. Now, to the hard facts.
Barack, Michelle, and Julia Roberts: This week’s outlook
There’s no breather in the newsroom this week. For one, the Obamas are in the neighborhood!
Follow the money: This week's outlook
While the road to the SEA Games was paved with good intentions, it’s riddled with holes that are being covered up now by a massive propaganda network
Pia Magalona thanks Iñigo Pascual, KZ Tandingan, and son Elmo for SEA Games 2019 opening ceremonies performance
The artists performed a medley of songs by Francis Magalona
Greed and the SEA Games: This week's outlook
Are you one of the 'unpatriotic' Filipinos who griped and groused over the Philippines’ (lack of) preparations for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games?
The impossibility of the drug war: This week's outlook
At this stage in the drug war, is the PNP ready to be tamed or is it more anxious to cover its ass?
Ferry capsizes off Cebu, dozens of passengers rescued
(UPDATED) At least 63 ferry passengers and crew members are rescued off the coast of Cebu on Thursday, November 7
Why should we alter our course? This week's outlook
We wonder how many stories in the high seas are left untold – whether by Philippine Navy troops who would get into confrontations with Chinese ships or Filipino fishermen who are constantly harassed in our own waters
If you think the young will back down from the chaos, think again. The world beckons them to act.
When to quit
When does resignation become an act of courage and a show of character? When does it serve the greater good?
Bongbong Marcos' protest
Keep in mind that Robredo's goal here is to get that protest dismissed completely. Anything less than that would of course give Marcos the political and PR headwinds he needs to shape his 'I was cheated' narrative
Hazing? What hazing?
We are all under siege, all on trial over Darwin Dormitorio's death and over his classmates’ and schoolmates’ participation in the everyday steps that led him to his last vomit
H&M suspends Brazil leather purchases over Amazon fires
The retail giant responds to the fires destroying the world's largest rainforest
Jesse Robredo Foundation launches award for outstanding mayors
'Ang pulitika, puwede mong gamitin para sa kabutihan. At iyong example ni Jesse ang magsasabi sa atin na it can happen, it can be done,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
LOOK: Chocnut meets banana pudding at M Bakery Philippines
It's the combo we didn't think we needed... until now!
Marina suspends operations of passenger motorboats along Iloilo-Guimaras route
(UPDATED) The Maritime Industry Authority has directed roll-on roll-off or RO-RO vessels to increase the frequency of their trips to serve passengers in the area
LOOK: Ariana Grande's 'thank u, next' collection for H&M is out
Cop Ari's aesthetic with merch inspired by her latest album
Batangas-bound ship catches fire near Recto Bank
Car carrier M/V Diamond Highway catches fire near Recto Bank (Reed Bank). Its 25 crew members abandoned ship and are rescued by bulk carrier on its way to Thailand.
North Korea demands U.N. action over ship seizure by 'gangster' U.S.
'This act of dispossession has clearly indicated that the United States is indeed a gangster country that does not care at all about international laws,' says Pyongyang's permanent representative at the United Nations
Sri Lanka Muslims pray at vandalized mosques
Police say security will remain tight over the weekend for a major Buddhist festival as well as the 10th anniversary of the ending of the country's decades-long Tamil separatist war
North Korea demands return of detained cargo ship
The United States Justice Department has taken possession of the North Korea-registered bulk carrier M/V Wise Honest for allegedly taking part in illicit sanctions-busting activities
Ethiopian clothes makers worst paid in the world – study
The study took place in the Hawassa Industrial Park, the flagship of Ethiopia's manufacturing drive and one of 5 hubs inaugurated by the government since 2014
7 Last Words reflection: Forsaken and desperate?
Cusswords, vulgarities, and obscenities are becoming common and ordinary. There are no longer any qualms of conscience in using them, and they have even become fodder for jokes, laughter, and applause in public.
SC flip-flops, revives charges vs Sulpicio exec over sunken ferry
The Supreme Court rules this time that it shouldn't interfere with the finding of probable cause by the Department of Justice
Chinese-manned dredging vessel leaves Lobo
The M/V Emerald leaves past 7 am on April 5, heading to the Batangas pier where it will be docked for a few days
IN PHOTOS: Nadine Lustre’s H&M swim collection is here
Which suit are you thinking of rocking this summer?
Nadine Lustre has a special swim collection for H&M
The collection hits stores March 14. Who's excited?
'Glass' stays shatter-proof atop North American box office
For its third straight weekend, Shyamalan's 'Glass' remains unbreakable, earning another $9.5 million
'Glass' breaks North America box office for second week
Shyamalan's latest thriller bags the top box office spot again for a second weekend with $18.9 million