A ‘doorway’ on Mars? How we see things in space that aren’t there

It doesn’t take much searching on the internet to find images taken by Mars rovers that show rock formations that resemble other familiar objects, even though all are implausibly out of place Enthusiasts lit up social media recently with images of what appeared to be a “doorway” into a hillside on Mars. Was it, some … Read more

[OPINYON] To inspire kahit ikaw mismo hindi inspired

(Bahagi ng inspirational speech na binigkas sa Junior Executive Development course graduation ng isang malaking kompanya ng bangko sa bansa) Matapos ang mahigit dalawang taon, first time ko pong magsasalita sa harap ng mga tao. Buhay, pumipintig, nangangambang mga tao. Mahigit dalawang taon na pong screen ng laptop ang kausap ko kapag may lecture sa … Read more

Eating sea squirts reverses signs of aging in mice – new research

The extracts fed to the mice are called plasmalogens – a type of lipid found in the membrane of cells in human organs such as the brain, kidneys, muscle, and lungs Mice fed extracts of a creature called a sea squirt – so-called because they tend to squirt water when plucked from their briny home … Read more

Police ‘wrong’ for waiting to storm gunman as students pleaded for help

TEXAS, USA – Frantic children called 911 at least half a dozen times from the Texas classrooms where a mosque was unfolding, pleading for police to intervene, as some 20 officers waited in the hallway nearly an hour before entering and killing the gunman, said authorities on Friday, May 27. At least two children placed … Read more

A Marcos return in Philippines triggers fear for history

MANILA, Philippines – Books about the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his brutal era of martial law are flying off the shelves, spurred by “panic buying” after his son and namesake won a May 9 presidential election. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.’s presidency, set to begin on June 30, has many people worried about losing … Read more

Former opposition bailiwick gives Marcos his biggest win

CEBU CITY, Philippines – As the counting of certificates of canvass (COCs) wrapped up on Wednesday, May 25, it became clear that Cebu, a province once touted as “anti-Marcos country,” delivered the highest number of votes for the tandem of president-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and vice president-elect Sara Duterte. Marcos got 1,515,812 votes in … Read more

Nets’ Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant’s ex-teams are thriving without them

In July 2019, Kyrie Irving bolted Boston for Brooklyn, and Kevin Durant left Golden State to join him. And in effect, the two created one of the most dangerous duos in NBA history. Now, the Warriors are back in yet another NBA Finals, while the Celtics are going into Friday’s Game 6 up 3-2 and … Read more


I really thought I’d kicked the NEWSNOW habit this summer, but here I am, about to cook up a TRANSFER HIT OF GOODNESS FOR YA’LL! Serge Gnabry is on the market for a reported 40m euros this summer. The exArsenal winger has refused the offer on the table from Bayern, he only has 1 year … Read more

What to expect from Fulham manager Marco Silva in FPL

Fulham have made a swift return to the Premier League after claiming the Championship title in style. The free-scoring Cottagers recorded 27 wins and racked up a whopping 106 goals, breaking a host of records along the way. They join runners-up Bournemouth in the top-flight next season, with the third and final promotion place to … Read more

Hamas challenges Israel over nationalist flag march in Jerusalem

Jerusalem has been at the heart of decades of Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Israel sees all of Jerusalem as its eternal and indivisible capital while Palestinians want the eastern section as capital of their future state. JERUSALEM – An annual “flag” march by Israeli nationalists through Jerusalem’s Old City this Sunday, May 29, could prove to be … Read more