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Pinoy war vet, ex-White House chef passes away

WASHINGTON D.C. Cresencio O. Fortin, a veteran of World War II who later worked as a White House chef for four American presidents,…

Nation mourns loss of ex- SC Justice Serafin Cuevas

Nation mourns loss of ex- SC Justice Serafin Cuevas

MANILA. A veritable pillar of Philippine law, former Supreme Court Associate Justice Serafin Cuevas has passed away at age 85 last Feb. 9.…

PH flag flies again in Winter Games after 22 years

PH flag flies again in Winter Games after 22 years

WASHINGTON D.C. The sight of the Philippine flag being paraded at the opening ceremonies of the Sochi Winter Olympics in Russia Feb. 8…

Many reasons for Pinoys to celebrate Super Bowl

Many reasons for Pinoys to celebrate Super Bowl

BALTIMORE. The global Filipino has everything to be proud of in the just finished Super Bowl XLVIII. There was Fil-Am singer Bruno Mars…

Philippines thanks world for typhoon aid

Philippines thanks world for typhoon aid

MANILA. The Philippines said “Thank you” on billboards around the world last Feb. 8 in gratitude for the help that poured in from…

Coke’s controversial Super Bowl ad features Fil-Am girl

Coke’s controversial Super Bowl ad features Fil-Am girl

WASHINGTON D.C. Coca-Cola bucked controversy over an ad celebrating America’s diversity that aired during the Super Bowl last Feb. 2 by running an…

Actor’s mauling fuels public drama over rape, extortion raps

Actor’s mauling fuels public drama over rape, extortion raps

MANILA. The mauling of a popular TV host has pushed the public to second-guess much of what happened, from an alleged rape attempt…

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WASHINGTON D.C. A leading immigration think-tank says the immigration reform bill is stalled for now in the House of Representatives but that could change next year. “While the…

WASHINGTON D.C. Filipino American groups vowed to mount a “full court press” to convince the Obama administration to grant Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Filipinos in the United…

The Philippine Supreme Court has declared the cybercrime law constitutional, disappointing critics who argue it could curb Internet freedom in one of Asia’s most freewheeling democracies.…

WASHINGTON D.C. For the first time in nearly three decades, Cebu, not the highway for which the event was named, will be the focal point of anniversary ceremonies…

WASHINGTON D.C. Asiana Airlines has been fined $500,000 for failing to assist passengers and their families following last year’s crash in San Francisco, federal transportation officials announced last…

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So, What’s Wrong with Tinikling?

So, What’s Wrong with Tinikling?

Despite all the hype about multicultural diversity in this country, it’s not uncommon for the American public to associate Filipinos as “those nice people who…

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Soreta eased out of PH panel in talks with US

Soreta eased out of PH panel in talks with US

MANILA. The impasse in talks to allow the United States to “rotate” more troops to the Philippines, including granting them access to the country’s military installations, has reportedly…

China hoses off Pinoy fishers as Japan joins drills in PH waters

China hoses off Pinoy fishers as Japan joins drills in PH waters

MANILA. The Philippines’ top general has accused China’s coast guard of using water cannons to drive away Filipinos from their traditional fishing grounds in the Scarborough Shoal that…

House GOP retreats from immigration reform

WASHINGTON. Is the Republican Party bent on putting immigration on the backburner, or are they just holding out for more concessions from Democrats? Political analysts appear divided on…

Talks for more US troops, access in PH to take longer – Goldberg

Talks for more US troops, access in PH to take longer – Goldberg

MANILA. United States Ambassador Philip Goldberg has conceded that an agreement to deploy more US troops and share military facilities in the Philippines will take more time as…

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