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The first US presidential debate was pure chaos. Here’s what our experts thought

By Timothy J. Lynch, University of Melbourne; Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney, and Sarah John, Flinders University After nearly...

No mail-in votes, proof of citizenship: the long history of preventing minorities from voting in the US

By Lloyd Cox, Macquarie University “We really are the only advanced democracy on Earth that systematically and purposely makes...

19 years after 9/11, Americans continue to fear foreign extremists and underplay the dangers of domestic terrorism

By Jeff Gruenewald, University of Arkansas; Joshua D. Freilich, City University of New York; Steven Chermak, Michigan State University, and William Parkin,...

Why do Filipinas marry foreigners

Because of the internet and social media, it is now easier for men and women to meet someone from the other side...

House okays ABS-CBN provisional franchise bill on second reading

By Filane Mikee Cervantes  | PNA MANILA – The House of Representatives on Wednesday approved on second reading a measure seeking...

Philippines: Rodrigo Duterte’s dictatorship sinks to new depths with closure of main broadcaster

By Tom Smith, University of Portsmouth After just four years in power, Rodrigo Duterte, the president of the Philippines,...

16.7K OFWs arrive in PH from April 1-20: DOJ

By Benjamin Pulta | PNA MANILA – A total of 16,744 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) arrived...

Duterte extends ECQ in NCR, other COVID-19 ‘high risk’ areas

By Ruth Abbey Gita-Carlos | PNA MANILA — President Rodrigo Duterte has extended anew the enhanced...

Over 14K Filipinos return to PH since COVID-19 outbreak

By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora | PNA MANILA – A total of 14,706 Filipinos abroad returned to the Philippines since...

Aussie aid to PH typhoon response reaches P35-M

MANILA – The Australian government's assistance since the devastating Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses hit the Philippines reached PHP35 million, Australian Ambassador...

Joe Biden wins the election, and now has to fight the one thing Americans agree on: the nation’s deep division

By Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney A timeless tradition in political journalism is trying to find a narrative that...

US election 2020: live count of the race to the White House and state-by-state breakdown of Senate races

By Justin Bergman, The Conversation and Wes Mountain, The Conversation The US has already seen record early voting in...

Donald Trump has COVID-19. How might this affect his chances of re-election?

By Timothy J. Lynch, University of Melbourne With just a month left until the November 3 US presidential election,...

The first US presidential debate was pure chaos. Here’s what our experts thought

By Timothy J. Lynch, University of Melbourne; Jared Mondschein, University of Sydney, and Sarah John, Flinders University After nearly...