American Eskimo named Ziggy crashes on a wave during the small dog competition at the 10th annual Petco Unleashed surf dog contest at Imperial Beach, California, Saturday. The surfing competition was organized for the benefit of the San Diego Humane Society.
Photo by Mike Blake, Reuters
Joshua Hall of the Philippines competes in the men's 100m breaststroke heats at the Aquatics World Championships in Kazan, Russia, Sunday. Hall holds the country's 100m-breaststroke record at 1:02.87, which he made during the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona, Spain.
Photo by Hannibal Hanschke, Reuters
President Aquino converses with BIR Commissioner Kim Henares during the 111th Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Anniversary in Quezon City, Monday. The bureau reported a 9.74% growth on the 2015 tax collection compared to the amount collected the previous year.
Photo by Rey Baniquet, Malacañang Photo
Vice President Jejomar Binay gestures as he delivers his version of the State of the Nation Address (SONA) at the Cavite State University in Indang, Cavite on Monday. Binay's version of the SONA refuted claims of President Aquino on the country’s economic and social gains.
Photo by Jonathan Cellona for ABS-CBNnews.com
The Mutya ng Pilipinas winners (l-r), 1st runner-up Julee Ann Marie Bourgoin, Mutya ng Pilipinas Tourism International Janela Joy Cuaton, Mutya ng Pilipinas-Asia Pacific International Leren Mae Bautista and 2nd runner-up Brenna Cassandra Gamboa are crowned at the Resorts World in Pasay City on Sunday.
MANILA - Vice-President Jejomar Binay on Tuesday urged the public not to believe lies that he is a corrupt politician, saying he has never been suspended much less convicted for corruption after over 20 years in public service.
MANILA - Vice President Jejomar Binay on Monday castigated anew the Aquino administration, saying there will be no true prosperity if the country's leaders have never experienced poverty and hunger and are insensitive to the needs of the people.
In a report on its air strategy, the Chinese People's Liberation Army plans to broaden its air surveillance and attack capabilities to the western Pacific including the vicinity of Japan to ensure its command of the air, it was learned Sunday.
As the academic year shifts to August at some of the country's top universities, we take a look at some of the celebrity graduates of De La Salle University campuses in Manila, Dasmariñas and Lipa in Batangas, among others.