The owner of the Malabon Zoo has appealed for help to feed its animals, some named after celebrities, and to go on with housekeeping work as it remains closed to visitors due to government restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Israel pounds Gaza as deadly conflict intensifies
Israel bombarded Gaza with artillery and air strikes yesterday following a new barrage of rocket fire from the Hamas-run enclave, intensifying a conflict that has now claimed 127 lives.
Pinoy last ‘man' standing in The Apprentice: ONE edition
Filipino bet Louie Sangalang has cracked the Final Five of the inaugural “The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition” and remained the only man standing against four women counterparts heading into the last four episodes.
Indoor marijuana farm found in Taguig condo
Over P2 million worth of kush plants, a high-grade marijuana variant, were found in a condominium unit in Taguig on Thursday afternoon.
India's COVID tally surpasses 24 M; mutant spreads across globe
India’s tally of coronavirus infections climbed past 24 million yesterday, amid reports that the highly transmissible variant first detected in the South Asian nation was spreading across the globe.
Harry: We moved to US to break cycle of pain
Prince Harry moved his wife and son to California to break a family cycle of “pain and suffering” after realizing his father Prince Charles “treated me the way he was treated,” he said in an interview released on Thursday.
Gadot Expresses Concern Over Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Israeli actor-film producer Gal Gadot on Wednesday expressed concern at the hostility between Israel and Palestine.
Ohio Governor Dangles $1-m Prize To Get Vaccinated
As US political leaders grow increasingly desperate to persuade Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Wednesday topped offers of baseball tickets and beer with a $1-million prize drawing.
Israel-Palestinian Hostilities Rage
As rockets fly, street violence flares
Cops Hunt Down People Who Vandalized MRT-3 Train
The Philippine National Police (PNP) is tracking down the people who vandalized a train of the Metro Rail Transit Line 3 (MRT-3) on Wednesday.
Locsin Orders Filing Of Protest Over Chinese Vessels In WPS
With the recent sighting of at least 287 Chinese maritime militia vessels and warships in Philippine waters, Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. ordered yesterday the filing of another diplomatic protest against China.
She had seen him through some difficult times. Could he help see her through the pandemic?
Covid Means There's Even Less Joy in Mudville
Capacity constraints and distancing rules bring big headaches for season ticket holders
Hiring Heroes: Why Veterans Make Great Tech Employees
MILITARY VETERANS COME WITH THE SOFT SKILLS EMPLOYERS VALUE MOST, AND MANY HAVE BACKGROUNDS IN TECHNOLOGY
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EIGHT WAYS TO REACH A HEALTH BLOOD PRESSURE
To take care of your heart, it’s important to know and track your blood pressure. Millions of Americans have high blood pressure, also called hypertension, but many don’t realize it or aren’t keeping it at a healthy level.
A year of COVID
MY OH MY, HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED
THE PANDEMIC WILL MAKE KIDS OR BREAK THEM
THE COVID-19 ERA has worked as a stress test for parents and kids alike, breaking some while bringing out reserves of strength and resilience in others.
Have Vaccine, Will Travel
COVID-19 immunization may play a major role as we strive to return to travel.
How Will We Remember The Pandemic?
The science of how our memories form— and how they shape our future
Your Facebook Friend Has Some Thoughts To Share About Your Covid Vaccine
Mark Zuckerberg wanted to make Facebook a source of reliable information about the pandemic. Instead he created a perfect platform for conspiracy theorists