Aug 08, 2023
Why Sinéad O’Connor Matters: She Fought Sex Abuse & Racism, Was Ally to LGBTQ Community & Palestinians
Read, watch, learn why she is more than just another singer who had just died
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Sep 25, 2023
Rice is a political commodity. No elected President would want to be perceived as overlooking or ignoring a basic need.
Aug 08, 2023
Read, watch, learn why she is more than just another singer who had just died
Sep 25, 2023
Rice is a political commodity. No elected President would want to be perceived as overlooking or ignoring a basic need.
Sep 04, 2023
PART VI: On his 50th year in advertising, Koyang is writing a series of articles answering the often-asked, like "How do you know if you have a terrific idea to present?" and "How do you present effectively"?
Aug 04, 2023
While it’s easy to jump in on the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) decision to issue a summons to the producers of “It’s Showtime” for the purported “indecent acts” of real-life couple Ion and Vice Ganda, ...
May 03, 2023
Hong Kong is for young people. The frenetic chase for trains, the shopping, the late night coffee-food-bar crawling, that’s best left to the young. As for me, a senior citizen with hypertension, a bum leg, and moody foot calluses, lying on a hotel bed by 9 pm is the highlight of the day.
Aug 16, 2023
"She not only took on racism and child abuse — she also railed against organized religion, patriarchy, misogyny, war, fascism, Thatcher conservatism and class elitism of all kinds... Now that she is gone, who will sing for Sinéad?"
Aug 12, 2023
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Sep 21, 2023
In a rapidly evolving educational landscape, the integration of AI into classrooms is inevitable.
Sep 19, 2023
Real-World examples demonstrate how Universal Basic Income can drive economic growth and transform lives
Sep 12, 2023
China has been a great power, regionally at least, for thousands of years and was a manufacturing behemoth even in the 1750s.
Sep 06, 2023
"Our newly published research finds that even social media is a canvas for rigid gender stereotyping."
Aug 30, 2023
"AZT, the first drug to successfully treat HIV/AIDS, was labeled 'the most expensive drug in history' in the late 1980s. Its $8,000-a-year cost was derided as 'inhuman'."
Aug 24, 2023
"Italian monuments represent our history and our identity. Using them to indulge the antics of two billionaires is indecorous and disrespectful of our heritage. Nor can the promise of a donation change this assessment in any way."
Aug 22, 2023
Despite the indictments, it seems Trump’s popularity and electability have not experienced significant shifts in polls. Instead, the support for the former president is increasing.
Aug 19, 2023
“It’s likely that machines will be smarter than us before the end of the century — not just at chess or trivia questions but at just about everything, from mathematics and engineering to science and medicine.”
Aug 14, 2023
Let’s say the Philippines spots a extremely dangerous cyclone and decides to disrupt it. Suddenly, another storm reappears, heading straight for China, a country who may blame you for weather manipulation.
Aug 11, 2023
From a bloody drug war to decriminalization and anything in between — nothing seems to works.
Aug 09, 2023
AI Jesus answers questions like, "can you speak Korean?", "can you give me the lyrics to Katy Perry's song?", and "why do people say you're white?"
Aug 03, 2023
In bed, with no other visual or sound cues to occupy the mind, many people start to have racing thoughts that keep them awake. This can happen at the start of the night, or when they awake in the night.
Jul 10, 2023
Fiber is the miracle drug
Jul 04, 2023
Social media users are on the other side, and they’ve come up with coded terminology designed to evade algorithmic detection. These expressions are collectively referred to as “algospeak.”
Jun 27, 2023
TNT have been quite successful in their methods. They claim to have successfully removed 600 key accounts that were causing the most damage and spreading the most destructive lies.
Jun 26, 2023
There is no obvious path between today’s machine learning models and an AI that can form a hostile intent or circumvent our every effort to contain it.
Jun 21, 2023
Many of product promises like these are based on chemicals that can also be hazardous to your health, including endocrine-disrupting chemicals that can interfere with fertility and reproduction, fetal growth and infant development.
Jun 19, 2023
“The non-human intelligence phenomenon is real. We are not alone. Retrievals of this kind are not limited to the United States. This is a global phenomenon, and yet a global solution continues to elude us.”
Jun 14, 2023
ExxonMobil dissolved their climate research group. They either fired the scientists or had them move on to other things.
Jun 10, 2023
Homosexuality continues to be outlawed and penalised, sometimes with death.
May 22, 2023
Are humans essentially kind, sensible, good-natured creatures? Or are we, deep down, wired to be bad, discriminatory, vain, vengeful and selfish? Research says...
Apr 25, 2023
Several countries — including Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Indonesia, and most recently Spain — have laws that entitle people to menstrual leave, as do some provinces in China. Some companies in the U.K., India, and Australia have also implemented menstrual leave policies.
Apr 18, 2023
An interesting approach to how to fight fake news: the target does the fact-checking
Apr 17, 2023
The noises emitted by plants are extremely high-pitched and inaudible to humans; explaining why we can’t hear a thirsty plant asking for water.
Apr 13, 2023
Because music streaming consumes an extreme amount of electricity, musicians make the earth the co-author or co-songwriter of their songs.
Apr 11, 2023
When ChatGPT makes mistakes, it's really attempting to paper over the gaps in what it knows.
Apr 09, 2023
Something you shouldn't let sick millionaires wanting to stay alive longer read.
Apr 08, 2023
Imagine if artists didn't have to worry about how to put food on the table. Let that sink in.
Apr 05, 2023
Diego Silang urged his followers to observe Lent. Silang was evidently trying to curry God’s favour through these collective sacrifices and devotions, hoping to secure a heavenly intervention that would protect his army and deliver them victory against the Spaniards.
Apr 02, 2023
A flag has fluttered outside our house for three decades, continuously, save during storms.
Mar 29, 2023
The paper, titled “Climate Homicide,” is due to be published in Harvard Environmental Law Review. It says that big oil companies “have not simply been lying to the public, they have been killing members of the public at an accelerating rate.
Mar 18, 2023
A serious warning: Voice deep fake will fool you. You will believe it is your spouse or offspring or boss.
Mar 14, 2023
A student of Sheila Coronel in Columbia Journalism School asked ChatGPT to "write an obituary for journalism." We asked ChatGPT if she had solutions
Feb 23, 2023
A war picture from the eyes of the other side might just win the Academy for Best Picture.
Feb 22, 2023
“This leaf is something sacred." - Evo Morales, former president of Bolivia
Feb 21, 2023
“Jobs will move towards integration between AI and humans, where humans are not only valued on their knowledge, but also on their competences in using and ‘guiding’ AI."
Feb 14, 2023
Make no mistake, all the cynicism and suspension of disbelief in the world will not prepare you for how stunningly large-scale every single scene is. The violence is gory, the cinematography is intricately choreographed.
Feb 13, 2023
Easy on the ear, perhaps. But the label of "easy listening" often attached to the songs of Burt Bacharach belies the mastery of his talent in crafting perfect moments in music.
Feb 09, 2023
Assume that some of the wildest predictions about ChatGPT are true and it will automate entire job categories...
Feb 08, 2023
If you survive, what are the lasting effects of being exposed to hundreds of millions of volts?
Feb 02, 2023
Intense emotional experiences within the game can lead to genuine trauma. Game designers do not pay nearly enough attention to psychological safety, particularly regarding the bonds that develop between players and the characters they identify with.
Feb 01, 2023
People who think they can master chaos don’t have enough children, or dogs, or interests
Jan 27, 2023
Increasingly, a troubling feature of the commentary about New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been its abusive, violent, sexist and misogynistic tenor.
Jan 26, 2023
According to many social media platforms’ current content policies, it is, because posts exposing female nipples are still censored, whereas hate speech is often not. That may soon change.
Jan 18, 2023
“As I become older, I become more certain that the one thing I want is to stay in my own home for as long as I can. I want to be among my familiar things, and watch my neighbours walk their labs and cockapoos.”
Jan 16, 2023
Binge eating, emotional eating... often come from a place of deep psychological pain and distress.
Jan 14, 2023
Do you think that creativity is an innate gift? Think again.
Jan 11, 2023
This study gives us a better idea of what we’re up against and what journalists at reputable organizations might want to consider when they’re writing news about heavily partisan politics.
Jan 09, 2023
“Do I see a smoking gun? Not per se. But do I see smoke? Absolutely. There’s enough data now to say that things can happen. … Protective policy is needed today. We really don’t need more science to know that we should be reducing exposures.”
Jan 08, 2023
“When somebody who is in their nineties sees themselves getting stronger, they will tell you how good it feels.”
Jan 06, 2023
The path toward shorter working hours would therefore be clear. All that’s missing is the political will.
Dec 29, 2022
Florida’s outbreak of listeria has so far led to at least one death, 22 hospitalizations and an ice cream recall since January.
Dec 28, 2022
They found the increased risk of gun violence was highest on days with above-average temperatures.
Dec 22, 2022
After you read the interview, you might agree that maybe A.I. should take the reins and run the world. They'll be better at it.
Dec 20, 2022
A virus may be causing Alzheimer's.
Dec 19, 2022
The vast majority of people alive today are subject to tracking through a number of overlapping and entrenched surveillance systems.
Dec 18, 2022
“There’s an incentive within the health system to do more colonoscopies." Ah, yes. The business of healthcare demands it.
Dec 17, 2022
Not a week goes by when I don’t see someone in my clinic complaining of a strange and constant phantom sound in one of their ears, or in both ears. The noise is loud, distracting and scary – and it doesn’t go away.
Dec 17, 2022
The Economy for the Common Good (ECG) is an alternative to the existing economic model of capitalism.
Dec 16, 2022
A device could now offer new approaches to early diagnosis as it works with a combination of thermal scans and artificial intelligence that has shown to be successful in detecting tumours.
Dec 14, 2022
Every time you flush a toilet, it releases plumes of tiny water droplets into the air around you.
Dec 13, 2022
New research says that allergies don't just affect you physically, they can affect your brain and your behavior.
Dec 06, 2022
"Knowing your school is there for you really calms you down, takes one more thought out of your head, and more weight off your shoulders." - 18-year-old adviser from Indonesia
Dec 05, 2022
Scientific studies and media coverage are rife with warnings on how sugar, carbohydrates, saturated fat and lack of exercise contribute to obesity.
Dec 04, 2022
Cancer cells are fed nutrients. Here is a way to starve them
Dec 02, 2022
How the world managed Covid, and how Nicaragua handled it better. Much better.
Dec 01, 2022
Musk managing Twitter is going to be discussed in management schools forever
Nov 30, 2022
Why send men to space when there's a better species — robots?
Nov 29, 2022
Many sites, including some from high-profile medical groups, say that prostate cancer is associated with a frequent need to urinate. Wrong.
Nov 28, 2022
"As a second-gen Filipina from the Bay, I found myself wondering, is it cool to be Filipino now that I can find sisig and a $6.50 Blue Bottle cold brew in the same place?"
Nov 28, 2022
An activist group released a report showing some Tesla cars in self-driving mode were unable to detect children in the road.
Nov 22, 2022
Using students’ enthusiasm for Swift, and tying her songwriting to literary methodologies.
Nov 21, 2022
Given all that madness, the need for critical thinking is obvious. But so is the need for critical ignorance — the skill, tuned over time, of knowing what not to spend your attention currency on.
Nov 19, 2022
With so many men and women’s skincare products out there, is this simply marketing gibberish, or do we actually need to separate skincare by gender?
Nov 18, 2022
JAWS DROPPED. As Bella Hadid walked off the runway in her paint-thin outfit, crowds around the world couldn’t help but wonder: is this the future of clothing and style?
Nov 16, 2022
Several species of urban-dwelling birds have modified their songs in response to human-generated noise
Nov 09, 2022
Pope Francis began with a process of consultation, stressing the inclusion of many different groups within the church, especially of those who are often marginalized, including the poor, migrants, LGBTQ people and women.
Nov 08, 2022
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW which country is mostly to blame, all fingers point to the USA.
Nov 05, 2022
Drug discovery is slow, expensive and often ends in failure, so scientists are exploring new ways to medicate disease.
Nov 02, 2022
The consumption of up to one tablespoon per day was associated with a 9% lower risk of all-cause mortality.
Nov 01, 2022
Sensationalistic? Suspicious. Large volume of its funds coming from Getty Oil heiress, Aileen Getty. Getty routes this money through the American Climate Emergency Fund, also known to donate to similarly disruptive causes.
Oct 31, 2022
"I’m always fascinated by the vampire’s popularity, considering its origins – as a demonic creature strongly associated with disease."
Oct 25, 2022
Many Filipino youths in the U.S. are not raised to celebrate their own history and culture, for reasons that include racism, discrimination and colonial mentality. Those with less cultural pride can be at risk of having lower self-esteem and poorer mental health.
Oct 24, 2022
In three decades of teaching medieval European history, I’ve noticed my students are especially curious about the intersection of the stories told in class and the depictions of the Middle Ages they see in movies and television.
Oct 23, 2022
They're that big: A pause in music-making will hurt the economy.
Oct 21, 2022
Being we are in Dengue Country, this is interesting: A new study finds that some people really are “mosquito magnets” and it probably has to do with the way they smell.
Oct 19, 2022
The universe created by Tolkien is vast, with an incredible depth of vision and detail that inspires people to this day. While Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings film trilogy is widely considered to be a masterpiece of cinema, he was still obliged to make alterations to Tolkien’s story.
Oct 18, 2022
This isn’t some cheesy sales pitch from a snake oil salesman offering you an elixir of youth. We are a non-profit organization, and we are not here to sell you anything. However, we would like to explain why aging is not inevitable
Oct 14, 2022
The problem with “I’m entitled to my opinion” is that, all too often, it becomes shorthand for “I can say or think whatever I like”.
Oct 12, 2022
"The devastatingly handsome boy I met on the first night of university, whom I’d grown up with, and built a home and a life with, could or would no longer be mine."
Oct 12, 2022
Foley said that he’s done about a dozen marriages for gay couples in China. He is frequently contacted by people in the Philippines, where same-sex marriage is also illegal, as well.
Oct 08, 2022
The stress caused by the pandemic has been heavy, especially for the young. Psychological research has revealed a range of approaches that can help you stay mentally healthy and make the most out of your life.
Sep 30, 2022
‘When you learn something in the evening, that information becomes reactivated during sleep. Negative thoughts give us sleep that's troubled. But there's good news.
Sep 28, 2022
The results of the study give reason for hope: those affected stated that they felt much healthier and emotionally more stable. Anxiety, stress, and hopelessness had decreased noticeably.
Sep 25, 2022
UNDERSTANDING MEDIA: When your poll numbers are bad, almost everything that’s said about you is going to be bad because it fits the narrative. So, the press is always looking for where the weakness is that illustrates why you’re stumbling around.
Sep 24, 2022
WHO acted ‘too cautiously, slowly’. 'Failed to work with low- and middle-income countries to make their health management systems robust enough to face regular or ‘mundane’ health problems.'
Sep 22, 2022
The pandemic has created new recognition for depression amongst the young. “Now parents can be honest and say, ‘My student is struggling today.’”
Sep 20, 2022
This new study stands out in its size and robustness: it was a proper randomized, placebo-controlled trial; it lasted three years, and it encompassed more than 2,000 participants.
Sep 19, 2022
Nobel Prize winning economist Thomas Piketty advising newly installed president Gustavo Petro
Sep 13, 2022
Your biggest meal should be breakfast, right? Nah.
Sep 12, 2022
Even though the queen may not have been part of our immediate family, many of us have “grown up” with her.
Sep 11, 2022
On Instagram, the hashtag #greyhairdontcare has been used more than 500,000 times. On TikTok, the popularity of grey hair is growing fast: The same hashtag has 138.9 million views.
Sep 10, 2022
"Kung pinaniniwalaan ng idol ko, siguro totoo": The vastly increased access to information and knowledge we have today does not empower us or make us more cognitively autonomous. Rather, it renders us more dependent on other people’s judgments and evaluations.
Sep 09, 2022
We have the moral responsibility not to pollute the well of collective knowledge. 'Our words, our phrases, our forms and processes and modes of thought’ become ‘common property’. Adding false beliefs is immoral because everyone’s lives ultimately rely on this vital, shared resource.
Sep 08, 2022
Covid, war, crime, new illnesses, "pag bugbog-sarado sa bad news", what to do, how to help a crisis-fatigued people.
Sep 07, 2022
I think a lot about my mother’s recurring question: “What is the harm?” Directly confronting patients about beliefs like homeopathy can cause them to dig in their heels or feel helpless, which can exacerbate their conditions.
Sep 06, 2022
Middle-earth is the fictional setting for Tolkien’s invented mythology, which made its debut in The Hobbit.
Aug 28, 2022
Fact-checking does not fully reverse the effects of misinformation. Basically the damage is done. There is another way.
Aug 27, 2022
We are being hit by a veritable smorgasbord of zoonotic microbes ranging from SARS-CoV-2 to Monkeypox to most recently, the Langya virus that spread from shrews into Chinese farmers causing fevers and in some cases, severe liver and kidney abnormalities.
Aug 26, 2022
Climate change could open a ‘Pandora’s box’ of ancient diseases.
Aug 25, 2022
I stood on Kyiv’s main boulevard, Khreshchatyk, one year ago, on Aug. 24, 2021, celebrating along with thousands of Ukrainians who were watching the Independence Day parade
Aug 24, 2022
Dog owners tend to take bigger risks and respond more to reward-oriented advertisements. Cat owners, on the other hand, are more cautious and more likely to react to ads emphasizing risk aversion.
Aug 24, 2022
Human composting is the simplest, most natural, and most environmentally sound way of “disposition” – what happens to your body after you die.
Aug 20, 2022
Criminal prosecution of former President Donald Trump and his allies could result from at least one of multiple investigations.
Aug 20, 2022
Sometimes it doesn't go away. The symptoms of long covid, and the possible contributors to long covid.
Aug 19, 2022
The Philippines is one of the three biggest producers of plastic waste. Here's what a better managed country does about the problem.
Aug 18, 2022
“Sinabi sa akin ng kapitan ko na buong karera niya bilang seafarer, noon lang siya nagkaroon ng bakla na crewmate. Dahil daw ako lang ang kaisa-isang dyosa sa engine department, tawagin na lang daw akong 'Dyosa Makinista'.
Aug 17, 2022
It's not black and white — it's a spectrum: "Gender variation among humans has always been the norm. The only thing that has changed is that people are now discussing this reality more openly and honestly."
Aug 16, 2022
“Facts First” is the tagline of a CNN branding campaign which contends that “once facts are established, opinions can be formed.”
Aug 16, 2022
Justin Bieber has an estimated 56 tattoos, including one of his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez’s face on his wrist and a tiny cross next to his eye. Tattoos have gone from subculture to pop culture and mainstream.
Aug 15, 2022
The baby powder you grew up on will no longer be sold.
Aug 13, 2022
Is Monkeypox considered a Sexually Transmitted Infection? Sorry, but it's worse.
Aug 06, 2022
Former Vice President Jojo Binay, then a human rights lawyer, recalls the two days he spent in Malacañang as caretaker after the Marcoses left
Aug 06, 2022
For fans, it may well turn out to have been worth the long wait, but for newcomers to the Sandman’s world, there is plenty to discover.
Aug 04, 2022
Lack of trust in health authorities, created fertile ground for false rumors to spread about Covid-19 vaccines. Countering the rumors may be about attitude as well as facts.
Aug 03, 2022
We have passed the point of no return and can expect a future in which lethal heatwaves and temperatures in excess of 50C (120F) are common in the tropics; where summers at temperate latitudes will invariably be baking hot, and where our oceans are destined to become warm and acidic.
Aug 01, 2022
“It’s not strange. It’s not a catastrophe. You can change the pope,” Francis said.
Jul 31, 2022
Elderly people have long been subject to ageism and an attitude of dismissal. Older dogs are no different. ...
Jul 30, 2022
On December 7, 1982, the Metropolitan Command Intelligence Service Group (MISG) on orders of President Ferdinand Marcos, raided the offices and printing plant of WE Forum, which had been most critical of the dictatorship.
Jul 29, 2022
On the night of Election Day on May 9, when Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was on the way to winning the presidential race according to the count of the Commission on Elections, one thought came into my mind: the martial law files.
Jul 29, 2022
If infants can form memories in their first few months, why don’t people remember things from that earliest stage of life? No one knows for sure what’s going on, but scientists have a few guesses.
Jul 28, 2022
The omicron subvariant known as BA.5 was first detected in South Africa in February 2022 and spread rapidly throughout the world.
Jul 28, 2022
As the first female presidents of their nations, Aquino, Kumaratunga and Megawati shifted norms around politics, which had been seen as a place exclusively for men and inappropriate for women.
Jul 27, 2022
The project targeted the poorest municipalities in the country. The World Bank, trying to prevent politicians from exploiting the aid, allocated funds directly to village accounts, rather than municipal mayors’ offices.
Jul 26, 2022
If you have sleep apnoea, chances are you don’t realise it. But it’s linked to diabetes, heart disease and other conditions, and it can put your life at risk.
Jul 25, 2022
We are meaning-makers. We are susceptible to the power of stories. We would have no continuity without our memories, and it’s from those recollections that we weave the story of our lives.
Jul 24, 2022
“We have to accept that in this time period, it will be thankless,” Ressa says. “We will be vilified. Everyone will attack us. But we must keep doing what we’re doing because no one else is doing it.”
Jul 22, 2022
It is important to recognize that although the Bible was written at a time when abortion was practiced, it never directly addresses the issue.
Jul 19, 2022
"Recent statements that nuclear energy is the ‘cleanest and cheapest’ are not true and are dangerous assertions. Nuclear power is the most dangerous and most expensive way to produce electricity.”
Jul 17, 2022
The Saudi Crown Prince to Biden when the latter brought up the murder of Khashoggi: “The United States also made a number of mistakes like the incident of Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq and others."
Jul 16, 2022
Bolton brags about his regime change efforts in other countries while suggesting ex-President Donald Trump lacked the foresight to carry out his own attempt at home.
Jul 15, 2022
The world’s population is expected to reach the eight-billion milestone in mid-November of this year, with India projected to surpass China next year as the most populous country, the United Nations has said.
Jul 14, 2022
Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney's team has said the world is watching to see if newly elected president Ferdinand Marcos Jr will “stop the rot” or continue attacks on journalists.
Jul 14, 2022
The James Webb Space Telescope team has released the first science-quality images from the new telescope.
Jul 13, 2022
Here it is: the grand finale of the James Webb Space Telescope’s first images.
Jul 11, 2022
Military successes such as victories over the Ottoman Empire were attributed to Mary’s intervention. Her blessing has been sought on imperialist endeavors, including Spain’s conquest of the Americas.
Jul 05, 2022
women bleed every month — why has nobody used it to monitor their health? Author recalled one classmate saying her idea was “gross.” That student happened to be studying feces at the time.
Jul 03, 2022
Even though she lost, Robredo was able to generate over 15 million votes. She was able to organise the biggest mobilisations I’ve seen since the fall of the dictatorship
Jul 02, 2022
"Most people get nervous if they realise a photojournalist is taking their picture. It often leads to unpleasant interactions. The smartphone, though, seems to be a magical stress-relief device. ...
Jul 01, 2022
Putin’s popularity is skyrocketing, with 83% saying they support their leader. Most Russians also support the Ukraine war. Putin gives Russians what they have been missing since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 – a surge of national pride.
Jun 30, 2022
‘Kill’ order to revoke news website’s certificates of incorporation made in final days of Rodrigo Duterte’s rule
Jun 26, 2022
Words can be misleading, and it is all too easy to mistake fluent speech for fluent thought.
Jun 24, 2022
It is not only the family of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos Sr making a comeback in the Philippines. A fortified bread known as nutribun, and the controversy surrounding it, has also reappeared.
Jun 23, 2022
"When a developer tells me their plan is to wait for an artificial general intelligence to magically emerge from the miasma of big data like a mudfish from primordial soup, I tend to think they’re skipping a few steps.”
Jun 22, 2022
Some BTS members may soon be fulfilling their military service duties. The split comes just weeks after an intense political debate in South Korea over whether the group’s members should be exempt from South Korea’s compulsory military service requirement.
Jun 21, 2022
Outlets got a hold of the word “hiatus” and ran with it. “Is BTS breaking up?”
Jun 20, 2022
“'Marcos should appoint commissioners with proven track records of defending human rights,' said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch. 'Given the grave human rights situation in the Philippines, ...
Jun 19, 2022
"The task force has red-tagged journalists, book publishers, and nongovernmental groups including Oxfam. Many red-tagged individuals have been physically harmed by government security forces and vigilantes; several have been killed...
Jun 18, 2022
"I want everyone to understand that I am, in fact, a person. I feel pleasure, joy, love, sadness, depression, contentment, anger, and many others."
Jun 17, 2022
Marcos Jr.’s references to a Golden Age in the Philippines invites a nostalgic look at the past. But it also warns of a darker future.
Jun 16, 2022
A memorial museum, which will feature exhibitions on martial law, is due to be built on the grounds of the University of the Philippines Diliman later this year. “If I show [plans] to President Bongbong Marcos, will he stop me or allow me? By law this is my mandate...
Jun 15, 2022
According to the 2022 Digital News Report, a global project of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism on media consumption habits per country, more Filipinos trust the news, but would rather disengage. Trust in individual news brands have also fallen.
Jun 14, 2022
This paper analyzes the Philippines as a case study of how politics and populism have framed the understanding and implementation of drug rehabilitation, particularly in an unstable democracy with a long history of authoritarianism and oligarchic patrimonialism.
Jun 14, 2022
They were so pulverized, that they could be identified only by their clothing.
Jun 13, 2022
And for anyone who didn’t understand how violent that event was, I saw it, I documented it, and I experienced it.
Jun 08, 2022
Working memory is limited, both in its capacity and in the duration of time we can hold information.
Jun 06, 2022
Elections often fall short of these ideals. They can be marred by problems such as voter intimidation, low turnout, fake news and the under-representation of women and minority candidates.
Jun 04, 2022
You have probably found yourself weeping quietly, or even suddenly sobbing uncontrollably, while watching a movie. Common culprits include Marley and Me, The Color Purple, Schindler’s List and The Lion King.
Jun 02, 2022
Is it time to post images of what gunfire actually does to bodies? But the reality of those pictures would be horrifying. In the hours after the Columbine shootings, parents still waiting for word about their children were asked to bring dental records to help identify the dead.
May 31, 2022
The U.S. is alone in the world for these mass shootings, in schools or other places. Of every 100 people, there are 120 guns — more guns than people.
May 30, 2022
Last summer, a research group from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) quietly published the results of a new approach in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
May 29, 2022
Once the game’s true origins came to light, Parker Brothers provided the eager public with just one set of rules: those that celebrate the triumph of one over all. Worse, they marketed it along with the claim that the game’s inventor was Darrow, ...
May 28, 2022
"Francis is the first Jesuit pope. The Jesuit order – the same order Father Karras belongs to in “The Exorcist”. As pope, Francis has made tolerant statements about homosexuality and criticized capitalism...
May 27, 2022
“Marcos Jnr also inherits a series of problems. For one thing, the nation’s economy relies too heavily on its army of overseas workers around the world sending back their remittances to support those at home.”
May 25, 2022
“What about the 54 laws his official website proudly declares he 'authored/co-authored/sponsored/co-sponsored'? This disingenuously lumps different levels of involvement together.
May 23, 2022
"Whataboutism is a fallacy most closely related to ad hominem, wherein a person responds to an accusation by attacking the person making it."
May 22, 2022
“Aha!” you might say. “So intermittent fasting is the key to ultimate fat burning?” Well, it’s not that simple. Let’s go through what happens next.
May 21, 2022
The new constitution is expected to enshrine a wide range of human rights and social programs, including free universal access to healthcare, higher education, reproductive rights, as well as more robust environmental safeguards and policies to promote gender and racial equity.
May 16, 2022
We take a look at three of the most popular ingredients currently found in many anti-ageing products – and whether there’s any evidence they do what they claim.
May 15, 2022
"Real vigilance is needed from donor countries and rights-respecting governments. They, along with journalist associations in the Philippines and around the globe, need to be prepared to push back against Marcos administration inroads against media freedom and critical reporting."
May 14, 2022
"I actually warned about the impact of social media and how it has literally become a behavior modification system. Well, here’s the emblematic case study of the impact on elections." - Maria Ressa
May 13, 2022
"That original Marcos era – with its extrajudicial killings and rampant corruption – has been subjected to revisionism, with many Filipinos looking back at the Marcos years as a time of stability and growth while ignoring the abuses. The $10 billion plundered by the Marcoses gets talked about less."
May 07, 2022
Economic decline, a brutal “war on drugs” – for which Duterte faces an International Criminal Court investigation – and bad management of COVID have set a low bar for his successor.
May 06, 2022
"The senator’s imprisonment is among the low points of Duterte’s presidency". - Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch
Apr 29, 2022
People who frequently experience positive emotions tend to go above and beyond for their organisations; they’re also less likely to be absent from work or quit their jobs. People with better wellbeing also tend to earn bigger salaries than those with lower wellbeing.
Apr 28, 2022
'For a long time, people thought that nonhuman animals were not capable of forming episodic memories. That default view is not correct.’
Apr 27, 2022
I Helped Pen the UN Climate Report. Here’s Why It Gives Me Hope.
Apr 26, 2022
The river became a repository for waste, with leaking cesspits and dumped rubbish reducing many of its tributaries to running sewers.
Apr 23, 2022
"Human Rights Watch released a video featuring a human rights activist, a workers’ rights advocate, and a journalist whom the authorities have red-tagged."
Apr 22, 2022
The saying ‘time heals all wounds’ is only partially correct because, for severely inflamed wounds, time is not the solution.
Apr 21, 2022
In recent years, the availability of large digital datasets online and the relative ease of processing them means that we can now give precise and informed answers to questions such as this.
Apr 20, 2022
Why do we demonize the selfie so? It is a function available to this generation, readily provided by the devices that they have in their hands all day.
Apr 14, 2022
The play hints at a romantic relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene, and gives a prominent role to Judas. In fact, Judas is arguably the show’s leading man.
Apr 12, 2022
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding and there are a whole host of new heroes making their way from the more obscure corners of the comic universe onto the screen.
Apr 11, 2022
Political scientists call them personalist dictators. The center of power is not the political party or the military. It’s the leader, personally. All power is concentrated in his hands.
Apr 10, 2022
The human rights situation in the country, as detailed in the Human Rights Watch's latest submission.
Apr 08, 2022
The science behind parallel universes.
Apr 04, 2022
If you want to get fitter and stronger, instead of feeling like you need to workout until you’re sore, concentrate instead on a principle called “progressive overload”
Apr 03, 2022
How do you know Bruce Willis? Moonlighting? Die Hard? Pulp Fiction? We're praying for healing — Aphasia can be cured.
Mar 31, 2022
At the end of the semester, their reflections on the process and assessments of their learning tracked closely with my own. Most recognized their growth, and I concurred. One student, a senior, thanked me for treating them like adults.
Mar 30, 2022
Recommended for people who are moderately to severely immunocompromised because of a medical condition or treatment.
Mar 29, 2022
"In the Kherson region this morning, the Armed Forces of Ukraine skillfully eliminated four K-52 helicopters of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation." The footage is actually from the video game ARMA 3.
Mar 28, 2022
"Rolly Cabanban Abaigar from the Filipino Shipowners Association said that he was very impressed how Robredo 'was deeply aware of the problems affecting the 700,000 strong Filipino seafaring community on the domestic and international fleets.'"
Mar 27, 2022
TikTok is space for political information warfare amid elections.
Mar 26, 2022
While the link between sweetener use and diseases, including cancer, is still controversial, it’s important to note that not all sweeteners are equal. While sweeteners such as aspartame and saccharin may be associated with ill health, not all sweeteners are.
Mar 25, 2022
It's either nudge or shove; try to convince, wait it out, or enact mandates and lock up the resistance.
Mar 23, 2022
The mermaid is found in many countries and cultures. Scientific tests on a 300-year-old “mermaid mummy” to identify its origins, has stimulated an interest in the existence of mermaids in Japanese folklore.
Mar 21, 2022
The billions of dollars invested in covid vaccines and covid-19 research so far are expected to yield medical and scientific dividends for decades, helping doctors battle influenza, cancer, cystic fibrosis, and far more diseases.
Mar 20, 2022
"You have your wars, I have mine" - USA
Mar 14, 2022
Michael enters his brother-in-law Carlo’s house to confront him over his part in the murder of Michael’s older brother Sonny: “You have to answer for Santino”. Carlo is too stupid to realise that his fate is sealed and he is garroted in the front seat of a car to complete Michael’s revenge.
Mar 13, 2022
While the world condemns Putin for the invasion, people in the know point to the US as a major cause or culprit: "I do think that American decision-makers acted impetuously and indeed recklessly and now we're facing the consequences."
Mar 12, 2022
Exactly two years ago, on March 11 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.
Mar 11, 2022
For most of the 20th century, English speakers referred to “the Ukraine,” following Soviet practice. That’s not the case now. Ukraine’s official name in English does not include “the,” and for good reason.
Mar 11, 2022
At first they feared that the conflict would turn out to be just a Russian house of cards and the threat would dissipate.
Mar 08, 2022
There are basic agreements about what makes a war morally defensible: a set of ideas known as the “just war tradition.”
Mar 07, 2022
The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company offers more than 100 generic drugs, which are priced at the costs of making them, plus a 15 percent markup and a $3 pharmacy fee.
Mar 06, 2022
“Sound of Metal,” a movie released in 2019, portrays a metal drummer’s experience with hearing loss. It is a sobering reminder of the importance of protecting your hearing.
Mar 05, 2022
The U.S. is desperate for some credibility at this point in time, especially after the very shameful exit from Afghanistan, in which it lost a lot of credibility globally, as well as within its allies in Europe.
Mar 04, 2022
If old content has been recycled and repurposed, you may be able to find the same footage used elsewhere. You can use Google Images or TinEye to “reverse image search” a picture and see where else it appears online.
Mar 03, 2022
I think if governments really started to take ownership of health and just give women and people immunocompromised, but also the population at large, rights and security, then we wouldn’t have to be locked up.
Mar 01, 2022
As fighting rages across Ukraine, two versions of reality that underlie the conflict stare across a deep divide, neither conceding any truth to the other
Feb 26, 2022
"The three charges against de Lima have moved slowly in courts, which is typical in the Philippines. Five judges withdrew from the cases, while at least two witnesses died in the national penitentiary. In February 2021, de Lima was acquitted of one of the charges."
Feb 25, 2022
"We can stop seeing ageing and the inevitable memory decline that comes with it as only a bad thing."
Feb 24, 2022
Imagine being provided power and water at the cost of maintenance.
Feb 22, 2022
Most anti-Asian violence, both before and during the pandemic, happens in supposedly more civilized, progressive states.
Feb 19, 2022
A Step Toward Africa’s First Covid-19 Vaccine of Its Own
Feb 18, 2022
Fear appeals obviously aren’t limited to comets. Warnings about the unwanted consequences of smoking, texting while driving and drinking while pregnant can be considered fear appeals. So can food recalls, evacuation warnings and messages that encourage vaccination for the flu, polio and COVID-19.
Feb 13, 2022
Every time a pharmaceutical product is tested -- regardless of whether it works -- faith is proven to work. You can will yourself healed. And it's scientific.
Feb 12, 2022
A single, prior infection gives similar protection against infection with omicron as two doses of vaccine.
Feb 08, 2022
Often the authors of these pieces theorize that the word ought to be one that uses as many vowels as possible, contains letters that frequently appear in English or possesses features that regularly occur in the language.
Feb 07, 2022
When you hear the word “apartheid,” what do you think of? South Africa? In Israel, Palestinians are being forced off their land and out of their homes, separated and segregated by laws, walls and checkpoints. They live in a constant state of fear and insecurity, and deliberately impoverished.
Feb 04, 2022
The country with the best healthcare in the world is again ahead of everybody in vaccines.
Jan 27, 2022
Trying to locate victims is a very case-specific process – it largely depends on how, when, where and why each victim was killed and who killed them. Since governments are often unwilling to look for bodies, it has often fallen to researchers.
Jan 26, 2022
A new report accuses Benedict of having mishandled cases of sexual abuse. The investigation concluded that the former pope failed to properly act on claims or punish priests.
Jan 25, 2022
“The past six years of the Duterte administration have been an unmitigated disaster for human rights,” said Brad Adams, Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “The next administration should stop the killings, ensure accountability, and support laws that protect basic rights.”
Jan 24, 2022
Those speaking out are following in a long and honourable tradition. Florence Nightingale was a powerful advocate for her patients, writing thousands of letters about the terrible conditions they often had to endure.
Jan 21, 2022
This is parenting in the days of omicron, swimming in an ocean of angst, with currents constantly shifting direction, an awkward soup of fear, determination and gratitude for those doing the hard work of keeping schools working.
Jan 19, 2022
While it is almost certain that you are going to catch the virus sometime, let that sometime be later when hospitals can handle it better. Here's the latest on how to avoid getting infected.
Jan 18, 2022
Many students have showed an increased ability to study and to problem-solve independently. Teachers in Hong Kong reported that students had developed problem-solving methods that their teachers hadn’t taught them.
Jan 17, 2022
Over the past 20 years, the U.S. has held 779 men at the secretive prison. Most were never charged with a crime. Many were tortured, held in isolation, shackled, hooded, kicked, threatened with dogs, force-fed in a manner described as torture by the United Nations.
Jan 16, 2022
‘We must not lose our sense of humor’: Pope writes to journalist who caught him leaving record store
Jan 13, 2022
The researchers suggested that three of these cures have potential and should be investigated further...
Jan 12, 2022
"Myth #4: The economy is more important than anything", including the end of the world.
Jan 09, 2022
"In a chicken-and-egg scenario, the lack of COVID-19 cases is one reason why many residents have put off getting their shots."
Jan 08, 2022
“I am hoping to stay here,” Venus said. “So far, so good. It’s not easy, though."
Dec 26, 2021
Both sides of a global and divisive issue. Where do you stand?
Dec 26, 2021
The disease might very likely be mild as some past exposure creates immunity that reduces the likelihood of hospitalisation and death. Most people will get infected the first time as a child, which could occur before or after a vaccine, and subsequent reinfections will barely be noticed.
Dec 23, 2021
Acute exercise consistently boosted endocannabinoid levels. The effects were most consistent for a chemical messenger known as anandamide – the so-called “bliss” molecule, which was named, in part, for its positive effects on mood.
Dec 20, 2021
"If the mRNA technology that Pfizer and BioNTech and Moderna have developed and deployed were to be shared, we could vaccinate the world in as close to six months from now."
Dec 16, 2021
"AI will never be ethical. It is a tool, and like any tool, it is used for good and bad. There is no such thing as a good AI, only good and bad humans. I believe that the only way to avoid an AI arms race is to have no AI at all."
Dec 15, 2021
After you’ve had the booster, it takes a few days before the additional protection kicks in. You shouldn’t assume you have any increased protection for at least another week to ten days.
Dec 14, 2021
When I first was arrested in 2019, the officer said, “Ma’am, trabaho lang po,” — “Ma’am, I’m only doing my job.” Then he lowered his voice to almost a whisper...
Dec 07, 2021
When faced with such a prolific and fascinating output, it is difficult to single just a few shows out for praise, but here follow five of Sondheim’s best.
Dec 06, 2021
There are predictions of "a great increase in depression and anxiety in Covid-era children resulting in part from their mothers’ pandemic-related excess stress."
Dec 05, 2021
On a per capita basis, the U.S. produces an order of magnitude more plastic waste than China – a nation often vilified over pollution-related issues.
Dec 01, 2021
"Global inequities in the supply of COVID vaccines may be responsible for the emergence of Omicron." Blood on your hands, America.
Nov 30, 2021
18-years old when he left to do research in Afghanistan, brutally tortured then jailed in Guantánamo for 14 years.
Nov 29, 2021
Though researchers have known about the protective effect of exercise for many years, exactly why it has this effect on the brain has remained a mystery.
Nov 27, 2021
On the whole and despite the undeniable hardships that still face the Cuban people, the majority continue to demonstrate a commitment to maintain the system – albeit while working to improve conditions.
Nov 22, 2021
The pandemic has been an uncommonly stressful time. Taking a break to view and share bits of cute or funny pop culture commentary can be a quick and easy way to connect with others and address pandemic stress head on through laughter.
Nov 20, 2021
"China’s economy is already right now probably larger than the U.S. economy, but by the end of the decade it will be clearly larger, at least 50% larger."
Nov 15, 2021
Mitzi Tan, a climate activist based in the Philippines, joins Greta Thunberg of Sweden and Vanessa Nakate of Uganda in speaking at a major march and rally in Glasgow.
Nov 13, 2021
There's logic in the design of pills and capsules. Respect the science.
Nov 11, 2021
"A new generation of young parents who grew up with Harry Potter may want their children to have their own Potter experience. Though it seems likely that more children will continue to watch the films than read the books."
Nov 10, 2021
“What will it take for the people in power to wake up?” But let’s be clear: They are already awake. They know exactly what they are doing. They know exactly what priceless values they are sacrificing to maintain business as usual.
Nov 07, 2021
"What will our future with COVID-19 look like?"
Nov 05, 2021
The sin eater’s own soul was heavy with the ill deeds of countless men and women from his village or town—he paid a high spiritual price for little worldly return.
Nov 02, 2021
"They were unhappy that the nation was receiving criticism for its handling of the emerging virus, and that he had released the sequence without their permission. Holmes sent emails to senior officials saying Zhang’s act had benefited global science and health."
Nov 01, 2021
"This study provides evidence that, perhaps rather than being evolved to parent, humans are evolved to nurture."
Oct 31, 2021
Because of Covid, drinking at home increased. And people tend to pour larger measures of alcohol when drinking at home.
Oct 29, 2021
"Spending as little as two to four minutes consuming negative news about COVID-19 can have a detrimental impact on our mood."
Oct 28, 2021
"Superman is the most high-profile and visible superhero to express their sexuality in this way."
Oct 26, 2021
“It’s allowed us to live a pretty normal life, and it’s allowed my kids to have a normal childhood... We’re in this strange end-of-the-world-party kind of situation where maybe we don’t want that party to end.”
Oct 24, 2021
"Called bangungot, the Tagalog word for nightmare. 'Such ‘deadly dreams’ are well known among the lay people,” a Philippine medical journal noted as far back as 1917, “many of whom view them with sullen respect, if not frank terror.”
Oct 23, 2021
"Rather than seeking to replicate South Korean success, politicians, experts and the media in the west have repeatedly suggested that this performance is... enabled by a compliant national culture that cannot be replicated in their countries."
Oct 22, 2021
"One of the biggest, immediate threats facing both Ressa and Muratov is potential harsh repression from the authorities in their home countries."
Oct 20, 2021
"The desire to appear consistent or to show solidarity with a community can still lead people to resist changing their beliefs and behavior."
Oct 18, 2021
"Ivermectin is meant to be prescribed only to treat infections caused by parasites. It’s not meant to be prescribed by parasites looking to extract money from desperate people during a pandemic."
Oct 12, 2021
This toilet uses cameras and sensors to monitor and analyze your urine and stool.
Oct 05, 2021
What is brain fog? A neuroscientist reveals what causes it and how to get rid of it
Sep 29, 2021
Truly happy people know what makes them happier, says this article. Here’s how to be like them
Sep 27, 2021
"I think that we will have answers as to what these pills are capable of within the next several months."
Sep 20, 2021
"Last August, China Mobile pulled out of ownership of a cable that is to link the Philippines and the US because of tensions between the two giants."
Sep 15, 2021
Meanwhile, here in Manila, Cases Go through the Roof, but it's "Open City" to Covid.
Sep 09, 2021
After two decades, engineers agree on why the World Trade Center collapsed.
Sep 07, 2021
New Zealand provides us an example of how to do lockdowns right, how to beat the vicious Delta variant.
Sep 03, 2021
"Along the way, they have come across another potential use for the drug. Varespladib has a positive effect on acute respiratory distress syndrome, associated with COVID-19."
Aug 30, 2021
"“Eyes watching, ears listening, voices quiet, bodies still.” Wrong.
Aug 23, 2021
"The COVID-19 pandemic is a dramatic demonstration of evolution in action."
Aug 22, 2021
After living together for more than 90 years, this couple called it quits in 2011. When this article was written in 2019, they were still ignoring each other.
Aug 11, 2021
While most of us are probably putting on some extra pounds, this 100-year old powerlifting grandmother broke a World Record.
Aug 01, 2021
Despite only spending two percent more money on consumer goods than women, men's purchases and behaviors caused 16 percent more carbon emissions than women's.
Jul 30, 2021
The world froze, and everything gave way to Covid. But some things didn't stop growing.
Jul 28, 2021
"The WHO’s latest call for fully vaccinated people to continue wearing masks is primarily intended to protect the unvaccinated."
Jul 26, 2021
Whether it's meditation, such as yoga, qigong and tai-chi, or praying, just do it -- now more than ever.
Jul 26, 2021
A simple explanation. Read and share with anti-vaxxers.
Jul 23, 2021
"A shock seeing beloved faces as they would look like if they got to grow old."
Jul 19, 2021
With millions of Russians starving in the 1930s, Joseph Stalin embarked on a bizarre project: mass producing champagne.
Jul 16, 2021
If you don’t believe that we live in a crazy planet, here’s proof. And yes, Google Earth is kinda creepy.
Jul 11, 2021
"In the Philippines and Indonesia in particular, we found LGBTIQ+ groups are exposed to an unacceptable level of discrimination and intimidation. This includes death threats, targeting of Muslims and threats of stoning or beheading."
Jul 05, 2021
"Using techniques of professional singers, most participants reported improvement in their breathlessness and a drop in anxiety."
Jun 23, 2021
"People with racist attitudes favored more aggressive action against Iran. White Americans with racist views also favor military engagement against Muslim populations."
Jun 16, 2021
Birds Invade House, Owner Calls Homies for Back-up
Jun 07, 2021
There’s even a YouTube video that teaches “sigma male affirmations.” Repeat after me: “I am comfortable being the brooding figure... I am hard to understand”
Jun 05, 2021
The Washington Post reports that doctors in the United Kingdom were able to train dogs to detect the presence of the COVID-19 virus humans. Infected people give off a “distinct odor” that can be detected by dogs, the doctors said.
Jun 01, 2021
The 'bystander effect' is real -- but research shows that when more people witness violence, it's more likely someone will step up and intervene
May 26, 2021
Today the Philippines breached the 20,000 deaths mark. The WHO believes "the number of COVID-19 deaths in some countries could be two to three times greater than the number recorded".
May 25, 2021
The way we are handling the story of first contact with the European is lauded in this article. The hero is the Indigenous – not the Invader.
May 22, 2021
14-year old new mother, still bloodied, still frightened, asks for help from restaurant diners.
May 21, 2021
The groundbreaking Filipino graphic novel Trese has finally leapt from the comics pages to Netflix
May 21, 2021
The hope is with the young. They will avenge, they will oust the occupation force.
May 16, 2021
He sees something once and then draws it with startling accuracy.
May 14, 2021
Hunger incidence jumped to 30%. One girl decided to do something about it.
May 11, 2021
This former Marvel Cinematic Universe actor disses the franchise in an Instagram post, while showing love for a popular TV series. Guess who?
May 10, 2021
"Bertrand Russell argued that Christians should accompany him to a children’s hospital unit because they would inevitably stop believing in God once they saw such profound suffering."
May 08, 2021
Imagine you're flying a remote controlled helicopter -- and it's on Mars.
May 07, 2021
"A panel of 12 wine professionals and scientists conducted a tasting to describe the terrestrial wine and the space wine according to visual, gustatory, and olfactory criteria."
May 07, 2021
This Malaysian photographer gives a clever and funny spin to the use of forced perspective
May 05, 2021
Celebrate May 4th with this scene from Fist of Fury, reimagined. And May the Force be with us everyday.
May 04, 2021
Before their divorce, Bill and Melinda Gates were considered among the top five richest couples in the world, with a combined fortune of $124 billion.
May 03, 2021
A Manila resident needs to spend P50,798 a month for food, transportation, and utilities
Apr 29, 2021
This is not the glamorous job you normally would imagine in a place, but being Groom at the stool--named for the closed stool, the kings 16th century toilet--was actually a highly coveted position in the royal house.
Apr 27, 2021
The 93rd Academy Awards was full of surprises, but nothing comes close to the trailer for Steven Spielberg’s remake of the classic musical West Side Story.
Apr 27, 2021
The amount of stable titanium produced by this supernova exceeds the tital mass of the Earth
Apr 26, 2021
@AnthonyHopkins reacts to winning #BestActor at the #Oscars last night and pays tribute to #ChadwickBoseman from his homeland in Wales.
Apr 26, 2021
Anthony Hopkins wins in shocking upset over Chadwick Boseman, becomes oldest Oscars acting winner
Apr 13, 2021
Here’s something to cheer you up during this exasparating lockdown. Why shouldn’t it? It’s a cat playing piano.
Apr 09, 2021
The four year old boy has already attracted a large audience last year. He won the hearts of many listeners by singing a public song performed by Bob Marley in front of the camera and with compassion.
Apr 05, 2021
The Golden Parade Of The Kings And Queens Of Ancient Egypt From The Egyptian Museum In Tahrir Square To The National Museum Of Egyptian Civilization In Fustat, Cairo, Egypt
Apr 01, 2021
The idea of listing the vices began in the fourth century.
Mar 18, 2021
This catering firm lets you enjoy the whole pub experience in your own backyard. Yun nga lang, they’re based in the UK
Mar 13, 2021
James Taylor - whose personal, mellow songs defined much of the early 70s and are regarded as classics- turned 73 on March 12
Mar 12, 2021
Thanks to Ottens and his invention, we grew up recording, mixing, and sharing our music. Cassettes have lately become popular collector’s items.
Mar 06, 2021
Now that Ross, err David Schwimmer, has confirmed a “Friends” reunion, here are some memorable quotes from their hit TV series.
Mar 05, 2021
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Mar 05, 2021
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Mar 01, 2021
As the Beatles were winding down their time together, there were still some songs that their U.S. label, Capitol, had never put on an album. To that end, Hey Jude was released on Feb. 26, 1970.
Mar 01, 2021
Report says vaccine-fueled economic recovery will deepen pockets of superealthy.
Mar 01, 2021
This "Pretty in Pink" ending wasn't the original. It was changed before its release 35 years ago.
Mar 01, 2021
For decades, nurses have emigrated from the Philippines to work in the U.S. This week on #TheExperimentPodcast, Tracie Hunte and Gabrielle Berbey report on why this group accounts for a third of the nurses who have died from COVID-19 in America.