By Jodee A. Agoncillo
The streets can be a playground, a workplace, but also sadly, a breeding ground for future criminals. Here hungry children do whatever they can to find something to eat. Without the guidance of parents, they steal, take drugs, hurt themselves, are reviled and learn to return the insult.
Oscar Franklin Tan has contributed essays on law, politics, love and travel to the Inquirer’s Opinion pages for the past two years, and he will now write a weekly column, “Sisyphus’ Lament,” that will appear every Monday starting today, Dec. 8.
Vice President Jejomar Binay on Monday gave reporters a lecture on responsible journalism as he took exception to a
Philippine Daily Inquirer report revealing real property declarations that listed him as the administrator of four lots in Dingalan, Aurora, totaling more than 2 hectares.
By Germelina Lacorte
Jergi Malabanan, daughter of Gina dela Cruz, one of the 58 killed in the 2009 Maguindanao massacre, was fidgety as her turn to take the stage on Saturday night was nearing.
By Tarra Quismundo
The Supreme Court has denied a petition that alleged pork barrel scam brains Janet Lim-Napoles’ fugitive brother Reynald Lim filed in a bid to stop his arrest for his supposed involvement in the detention of whistle-blower Benhur Luy.