Countdown to the Revolution: The Snap Election of February 1986

Countdown to the Revolution: The Snap Election of February 1986

The snap presidential election of 1986 was the fateful gamble the overconfident Ferdinand Marcos made and lost.

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A Teacher and President inspires ‘Guro to Pangulo’ Awardees

A Teacher and President inspires ‘Guro to Pangulo’ Awardees

An award inspired by a teacher who became a Philippine president honors the best and most generous teachers in schools named after the late President Elpidio Quirino.

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Bongbong Tries to Explain VP Run to Mom

Bongbong Tries to Explain VP Run to Mom

The real reason Bongbong Marcos is running only for vice president.

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He Knows Much Biology

He Knows Much Biology

Biologist Lawrence R. Heaney of Chicago’s The Field Museum of Natural History believes “the Philippines is the Galapagos Islands times 20.”

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Missions Possible

Missions Possible

Medical group’s missions to the Philippines serve thousands who lack access to medical care.

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At the Grassroots with Dr. Margie Holmes

At the Grassroots with Dr. Margie Holmes

When psychologist Dr. Margie Go Singco Holmes met with Typhoon Haiyan survivors to talk about among other things, sex and sexuality.

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Islamic Law Poised to Gain Philippine Foothold

Islamic Law Poised to Gain Philippine Foothold

Is the rise of Islamic conservatism the price to pay for peace in Mindanao?

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Everyone’s Children But Her Own

Everyone’s Children But Her Own

A migrant caregiver is finally ready for love, but the circumstances stand in the way.

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Stakes Are High in ‘16 Philippine Presidential Elections

Stakes Are High in ‘16 Philippine Presidential Elections

The wrong choice for president next year could stunt the Philippines’ economic growth.

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‘Deep Throat’ shakes up Iglesia Ni Cristo

‘Deep Throat’ shakes up Iglesia Ni Cristo

What's going on in the House of Manalo?

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