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Tañada files COC for 2019 senatorial race at Comelec

By Erma Edera A former deputy speaker and three-time Quezon…

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David running again this time for Senate in May 2019 midterm polls

By Leslie Ann Aquino He aspired for the presidency in…

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More than 100 individuals filed their COCs for senator in past 4 days of filing

By Leslie Ann Aquino More than 100 individuals filed their…

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SC allows media coverage for De Lima’s trial

By Rey Panaligan The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday allowed…

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Rain or shine: Supporters linger in front of Comelec

By Jel Santos Neither the scorching sun nor the sudden…

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Edu Manzano runs for congressman of San Juan

By Jel Santos Actor Edu Manzano will run against the…
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Engineer set to run for senator collapses at Comelec

By Erma Edera A senatorial aspirant collapsed while he was…
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Prices of flowers to double by late October

By Jhon Aldrin Casinas As All Saints’ Day draws near,…
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Australian shot dead in Ilocos S.

By Mar Supnad CAMP QUIRINO, Ilocos Sur — An elderly…

PDP-Laban bets file COCs in Iloilo

By Tara Yap ILOILO CITY—The candidates of the administration’s PDP-Laban…

Evasco files COC for Bohol governor

By Dave Albarado  TAGBILARAN CITY - Cabinet Secretary Leoncio Evasco…
A UN panel says up to one million ethnic Uighurs may be being held in Chinese internment camps (AFP Photo/Johannes EISELE / MANILA BULLETIN)

China rolls out PR push on Muslim internments

  By Agence France-Presse China on Tuesday issued an ardent…
Pyongyang has accused US President Donald Trump of blocking progress in inter-Korean relations (AFP/File / NICHOLAS KAMM, SAUL LOEB / MANILA BULLETIN)

North Korea slams US for ‘evil’ sanctions push

By Agence France-Presse North Korea's state media on Tuesday slammed…
US Defense Secretary James Mattis (AFP PHOTO / POOL / Tomohiro Ohsumi / MANILA BULLETIN)

US alarmed by China’s ‘predatory’ practices: Mattis

By Agence France-Presse The United States is alarmed by China's…

World’s largest rice gene bank secures funding to fight climate change

By Reuters The world’s largest collection of rice…
This photo provided by the United States Geological Survey shows a female Pacific walrus resting, Sept. 19, 2013 in Point Lay, Alaska. A lawsuit making its way through federal court in Alaska will decide whether Pacific walruses should be listed as a threatened species, giving them additional protections. Walruses use sea ice for giving birth, nursing and resting between dives for food but the amount of ice over several decades has steadily declined due to climate warming. (Ryan Kingsbery/U.S. Geological Survey via AP/ MANILA BULLETIN)

As sea ice melts, agency says harm to walruses not proven

By the Associated Press Given a choice between…
Artist Joel Deal Stockdill, left, works on a blue whale art piece made from discarded single-use plastic at Crissy Field Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, in San Francisco. Artists are putting the finishing touches on an 82-foot-long (24-meter-long) blue whale made from discarded plastic that will be in display near San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge to raise awareness about ocean pollution. The Monterey Bay Aquarium said Friday a blue whale can weigh about 300,000 pounds, about the amount of plastic that ends up in the ocean every nine minutes. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg/ MANILA BULLETIN)

Life-sized plastic whale to raise ocean pollution awareness

By the Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) —…
Life-like display of Philippine reef in a California museum. (Photo sourtesy of California Academy of Sciences / MANILA BULLETIN)

Verde Island reefs show resilience to climate change

By Ellalyn De Vera-Ruiz In the face of…