The man who allegedly orchestrated a P900-million pyramiding scam, which he passed off as a Bitcoin investment scheme, was so honey-tongued that he had to be kept in isolation until formal charges were filed against him and his wife.
Daily Archive: April 10, 2018
Tempers flared as Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno sparred with some of her colleagues on the Supreme Court on Tuesday during oral arguments on Solicitor General Jose Calida’s petition to invalidate her appointment as the country’s top judge, bypassing an impeachment process in Congress.
The Department of Agriculture (DA) and the National Food Authority (NFA), which was once under the DA until its transfer to the Office of the President, have listed several measures that officials of the two agencies said could lure farmers to sell rice to the government but increasing the NFA’s buying price appeared to be out of the picture.
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Have you guys seen The Terror yet? It’s pretty great. It’s full of bleak, icy landscapes that will worm their way into your nightmares. There are some seriously horrifying moments of gore, if you’re into that sort of thing. It’s based on a true story. There’s a monkey.
But you know what? A few episodes into AMC’s Ridley Scott-produced thriller, I’m realizing something: it’s a little bit hard to keep track of who everyone is, where they rank on the ships, and how they feel about getting torn apart by supernatural ice bears. (Just kidding about that last one.) It’s even harder when you take into account how the men are dressed in near-identical uniforms and constantly bundled up in face-obscuring Winter gear. With the exception of Lady Silence, of course.
If you’ve found yourself in a similar situation as you ponder the fates of the stranded men of the Erebus and the Terror – the most ominously named ships in history, I should note – then join me as I break down all the important players.
Ever wonder what would happen if your favorite storybook heroines crossed paths in the real world? Well, that’s exactly what happens in the series Fabled. The anthology is flipping the classic fairy-tale genre on its head by reimagining its patriarchal norms through stories about age, race, sexuality, gender, and relationships.
The first episode, “Anodyne” – which is fittingly directed by Once Upon a Time‘s Jennifer Morrison – imagines what would happen if Alice (Girls‘s Zosia Mamet) from Alice in Wonderland and Dorothy (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) from The Wizard of Oz crossed paths. Bloodlines‘s Norbert Leo Butz and The Vampire Diaries‘s Paul Wesley also star. The series will have its world premiere during the Tribeca Film Festival, but in the meantime, you can watch the first trailer above.
Plunder accused Jinggoy Estrada, former senator who is now out on bail, said he was being courted by the administration Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban) to run for senator on its slate, but negotiations were still being finalized.
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Incoming Philippine National Police chief Director Oscar Albayalde on Monday said police under his leadership would increase coordination with the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) in the campaign against illegal gambling. Albayalde, currently National Capital Region (NCR) police chief, said in an interview that police must be able to distinguish between illegal and legal small […]
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The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) announced the end of the northeast monsoon on Tuesday, ushering in the start of summer in the country despite light rain in some areas.