By Amando Doronila
The Pulse Asia survey results show that the presidential race has been thrown wide open.
By Solita Collas-Monsod
“Ruby” has come and gone, and in her wake she has left a country and its government in receipt of congratulations from the international community.
By Neal H. Cruz
On Dec. 8, 1941. Japanese warplanes bombed Manila, Clark Air Base and Baguio, a day after bombing Pearl Harbor.
By Dean dela Paz
The resulting venom elicited by the “Hello from Tacloban” cover is understandable. At his highest ranking in surveys for the 2016 presidency, the DILG chief remains lightyears away from striking distance.
By Mart del Rosario
The drawing board is where the wise guys in a PR agency, such as the shop I used to run, regroup to think up fresh ideas to substitute for a “brilliant” concept that bombs. This happens all the time; the boys and girls who comprise the PR agency think tank scurry back to the drawing board to brainstorm for a new plan, new strategy, whatever, as not all ideas they generate are found, upon field trial, to bring about the desired results.