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Fil-Am elected mayor of California suburb

LOS ANGELES. Filipino American Sonny R. Santa Ines, 60, has been elected mayor of a quaint little suburb of Los Angeles. Santa Ines…

Pinoys celebrate Popes’ sainthood

VATICAN CITY.  Pope Francis declared his two predecessors John XXIII and John Paul II saints on April 27 in joyful rites witnessed by…

Slain Fil-Am doc’s family wants service remembered

By Bing Branigin WASHINGTON D.C. The death of Filipino American doctor Jerry Umanos was a big blow to colleagues from Chicago to Afghanistan…

More stars join benefit concert for typhoon victims

WASHINGTON, D.C. Grammy Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell and Glee star Darren Criss join multi-award-winning Broadway artist Lea Salonga, Hollywood actor Lou Diamond Phillips, tenor Rodell…

Pinoy war vet, ex-White House chef passes away

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…

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WASHINGTON D.C. More than 30 participants representing national organizations and veterans advocacy groups launched last June 21 a campaign to win official recognition for the contributions of Filipino…

MANILA. The “pork barrel” scam controversy has taken its toll on the country’s most popular and powerful politicians, locking up Senators Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada and Ramon “Bong” Revilla…

WASHINGTON D.C. The passing of American war hero and statesman Daniel Inouye in 2012 has cast Hawaii politics wide open and at least two Filipino-Americans, including one of…

By Bing Branigin WASHINGTON D.C. The death of Filipino American doctor Jerry Umanos was a big blow to colleagues from Chicago to Afghanistan but none heavier than one…

MANILA. President Obama assured the “iron-clad” commitment of the United States to defend longtime Pacific ally Phil- ippines but hedged when asked if the US would strike back…

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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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Fil-Ams take TPS clamor to White House

WASHINGTON D.C. More than a hundred activists, immigration rights advocates, students, community leaders and Filipino domestic workers from across the country rallied at the White House on April…

Obama toasts Fil-Ams, cites contributions

MANILA. When his turn came to offer a toast, President Barack Obama chose to pay homage to the contributions of millions of Filipino-Americans and deep strands of friendship…

Measles spread from PH to US

WASHINGTON D.C.  Measles cases in the United States have spiked in the past four months driven mostly by people traveling from the Philippines, the Centers for Disease Control…

PH officials assure help for Pinoy teachers in Maryland

WASHINGTON D.C.  Philippine officials have assured Filipino teachers in Maryland of government assistance following reports over a hundred of them could lose their jobs because schools won’t be…

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