NEW YORK -- In the past few days, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced the issuance of a sweeping new set of rules, regulations, and guidance to US consulates worldwide that could adversely impact some 1.1 million potential ...

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NEW YORK - Philippine Secretary of National Defense Delfin Lorenzana met his US counterpart, Secretary Jim Mattis at the US capital on Sept. 18 for a bilateral meeting on a range of bilateral cooperation on counterterrorism, maritime security an ...

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NEW YORK - The Major League Baseball (MLB) has announced Friday, Sept. 21 that Filipino-American Chicago Cubs shortstop Addison Russell is on administrative leave after his former wife, Melisa Reidy-Russell, wrote about alleged abused by Addison ...

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NEW YORK - Tapos na! (It is finished!) That's how some people in the community reacted to the recent notice of the membership committee of the Philippine Independence Day Council, Inc. (PIDCI) on the status of five member-organizations which wer ...

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.-- Craving for a Filipino food or looking for a grocery store? Believe it or not it will now be easier and faster with a newly launched web search application. In mere seconds on your smartphone, you can locate a Filipino re ...

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JAKARTA, Indonesia -- In a highly-anticipated main event, ONE World Title challenger Joshua Pacio of Team Lakay of the Philippines defeated grappling wizard title-holder Yoshitaka Naito of Japan in a unanimous decision Saturday, Sept. 22. as the ...

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TORONTO, Canada - Canadians joined the international community to rush aid to the Philippines this week after Typhoon Mangkhut (also known as Ompong) devastated parts of the Southeast Asian nation before barreling into Hong Kong and mainland Chi ...

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NEW YORK -  Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral (The Boy General), a film that took three years to produce, will finally have its US premiere screening in New York and New Jersey starting Friday, Sept. 21. For many post-war Filipinos, they remember this da ...

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NEW YORK - Two artists and a technology entrepreneur from the Philippines have been named Asia Society's Asia 21 Young Leaders Class of 2018, Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran has announced. Jam Acuzar, an art enthusiast; Xyza Cruz ...

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NEW YORK – “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned,” says an English proverb. Perhaps, that is a rallying cry of Juliet Payabyab’s pursuit of justice. This popular adage is interpreted that if a woman feels like something unfair happened to her, ...

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PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea - Against the backdrop of rising uncertainty, APEC reports doing business in APEC member economies continues to get easier, helping to open up trade and growth opportunities in the Asia-Pacific. According to APEC's ...

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NEW YORK - As the Trump administration pushes for a crackdown on illegal immigration, the federal government, under new guidelines, will also now expand their efforts to go after immigrants who are in the US with legal residence permits, known a ...

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NEW YORK -  Amid efforts to legalize same-sex marriage, a majority of Filipinos do not support the legalization of civil union of same-sex couples, a survey by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) from among 1,200 respondents showed. SWS conducted ...

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NEW YORK - Gonzalo "Jun" Policarpio, Jr. whose given name is of Spanish and Latin origin, means "battle," has written his first book Shaking The Secret Underworld of the Unjust and will be launched on July 13 at the Philippine Center in Manhatta ...

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NEW YORK - On its 28th year, the Knights of Rizal New York (KOR-NY) has a new leader. A modest and steadfast Mariano Aquino, Jr., or popularly known to his friends as Nongsky, was sworn into office on June 19, which is the 157th birth anniversar ...

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