By Rodel Rodis
For much of the last month, my Facebook friends in Manila have been posting comments lamenting their utter frustration and helplessness at being condemned to spending a great portion of what is left of their productive lives stuck in traffic with no hope in sight.
By Rene Ciria-Cruz
A combined Sandiganbayan-Department of Health team has been quietly gathering hazmat gear and protective clothing, to head off a looming contagion that experts warned could be endemic to the Philippines.
By Benjamin Pimentel
“Hindi naman niya siguro sadyain makapatay dun.”
By Emil Guillermo
The notion of Trans-Pacific surveillance would seem to be somewhat common today. Consider how, that since the rise and fall of Marcos, exiled government opponents, aging Filipino showbiz stars and other members of more privileged classes have routinely settled in the US and returned to the Philippines. For some, it’s like jumping on a swinging […]
By Luis H. Francia
The synod convened by Pope Francis at the Vatican has been generating both excitement and anger, with its preliminary report on how to treat gay men and women, couples who cohabit without a Church-sanctioned marriage and are said to be “living in sin,” and those who have divorced.