BARANGAY Ibabao-Estancia in Mandaue City can now host basketball tournaments and other big events after the completion of its P7.5 million multi-purpose gym located within its elementary school complex. Barangay captain Carmelino del Mar Jr. said the facility, painted yellow, sits on a 660 sq.m. lot and enclosed with steel bars. The structure, which is [...]
By Bobby Lagsa
Barely three days before its commercial operation, the P7.9-billion Laguindingan Airport is already in need of expansion to meet the expected influx of air passengers in Northern Mindanao.
By Samantha Critchelle
Michelle Obama made it a fashion tradition Monday night, wearing a custom-made Jason Wu gown to the inaugural balls. The ruby-colored dress was a follow-up to the white gown Wu made for her four years ago when she was new to Washington, the pomp and circumstance, and the fashion press.
President Barack Obama issued an impassioned call for national unity and equality on Monday, warning political “absolutism” must not thwart change and renewal, as he was inaugurated for a second term.
US President Barack Obama vowed to make the battle against climate change one of the priorities of his second term after he was sworn back into office on Monday.
Barcak Obama was publicly sworn in for his second term president of the United States on Monday, placing his left hand on Bibles once owned by Martin Luther King and Abraham Lincoln.
US Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki stayed away from President Barack Obama’s second inauguration on Monday as a standard precaution in case of a catastrophe, the White House said.
Excited crowds poured into downtown Washington on Monday for Barack Obama’s second inauguration as US president, anchored on a call for America to unite despite ugly political divides.
As hundreds of thousands of Americans crowd the National Mall for President Barack Obama’s second inauguration on January 21, the best seats will already be filled — sold for a hefty price.
Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou was sworn in Sunday for his second and last four-year term, as the opposition rallied against utility hikes and beef imports from the United States.
It is the place Cebuano youths can call their own.