Are gaming and gambling centers being used for drug dealing, money laundering, and other transnational crimes? Senator Nancy Binay wants to know.
The administration said it remains determined to carry out rebuilding and rehabilitation efforts in areas affected by typhoon "Yolanda" and appealed to all sectors to work together.
Just when you thought you’d heard all the amazing things about Filipino-American Jessica Cox, the world’s first armless pilot, she whipped out another surprise as she hit the talk circuit for International Women’s Month this week: She accompanied her husband on the piano, using her toes.
The government targets to eliminate rabies and declare the country free from the disease in the next six years.
The Philippines is now the 12th leading producer of biotech crops in the world as 397,500 farmers cultivated a total of 800,000 hectares for genetically modified corn, says a study by the International Science for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications (ISAAA).
Twenty-five years ago, the World Wide Web was just an idea in a technical paper from an obscure, young computer scientist at a European physics lab.
Thousands took to the streets for rival pro- and anti-Kremlin rallies across Ukraine on Sunday as the West and Moscow dug in their heels over a deepening crisis in Crimea.
As survivors commemorate the fourth month since Typhoon Yolanda struck the Visayas region, results of the latest IBON survey show that most Filipinos think that the national government's disaster risk reduction preparation and response to the super typhoon is not enough.