Judges on California’s top court on Tuesday considered whether voters had the power to allow app-based services such as Uber UBER.N and Lyft LYFT.O to classify drivers in the state as independent ...
A CLOUD cluster outside of the Philippine area of responsibility (LPA) has developed into a low-pressure area (LPA), while water levels in Angat Dam and some others reached their critical levels, the ...
THE PESO appreciated against the dollar on Wednesday due to profit taking after the local unit ended at the P58 level for the first time in more than 18 months in the previous session. The local unit ...
THE Department of Agriculture (DA) on Wednesday said a vaccine for African Swine Fever (ASF) is in the third stage of trials, and could be approved within the year. “We are in the third phase, the ...
FUNDING amounting to P350 million will help jumpstart programs under the Tatak Pinoy Act, which seeks to raise the competitiveness of Philippine products, according to the Department of Trade and ...
WORKING for peace in disputed waters would require the Philippines to ramp up its military modernization to deter China’s ...
THE PHILIPPINE government has approved a proposal to gradually return to the old academic calendar, as extreme weather events including extreme heat have been a major headache for the ...
THE HOUSE of Representatives on Wednesday approved on third and final reading House Bill (HB) No. 9349, a measure seeking to reinstitute divorce as another mode for terminating marriage.
THE GOVERNMENT should take possession of the properties of a real estate firm involved in the P3.6 billion worth of illegal drugs recently busted in Pampanga because its owners had allegedly falsified ...
A FILIPINO has joined seven other citizens of multiple nations in filing a transnational criminal case against the world’s sixth-biggest carbon emitter. Frank Nicol M. Marba, 29, of Dinagat Islands, ...
Army officials and local executives in Basilan settled amicably another clan war in the province that resulted in bloody clashes and the displacement of thousands of innocent villagers. Basilan Gov.
Abra fisherfolk expect a boost from the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources – Cordillera (BFAR) Cordillera, with a new program — Fisheries and Coastal Resiliency (FishCoRe) — to be implemented ...