Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
From Tech Dec 10
Fans are angry and shocked at Floyd Mayweather's paying tribute to rapper Earl Hayes hours after the boxer's friend gunned his wife Stephanie Moseley out of jealousy and then committed suicide.
From Law Dec 10
An old woman will stand trial in August 2015 before the New South Wales Supreme Court over charges of performing genital mutilation on two young girls. The case, allowed by Chief Justice Tom Bathurst, could set a precedent and result in a landmark decision since it is a first in NSW and possibly in Australia.
From Politics & Policy Dec 10
ABC-CBN chose to ignore the social media storm created by the remarks of its news reader Korina Sanchez that Super Typhoon Ruby (Hagupit) would hopefully only batter Japan and spare the Philippines. The comment even spawned a hoax report that Japan has declared her a persona non grata.
From Global Markets Dec 10
A day after unintentionally elevating macadamia nuts as reason for air rage, a chastised Korean Air executive resigned from her post. Cho Hyun-ah quit her job as vice president responsible for cabin service on Tuesday.
From Law Dec 09
Floyd Mayweather won on Monday a lawsuit he filed against a New Orleans wine bar called The Wine Bistro, which profited by placing his name on a poster for the Super Bowl Takeover event on Feb 1, 2013. Also on the same poster was DJ Drama who would star the next day.
From Tech Dec 09
Like the fake news that Malia Obama is pregnant, Japan did not declare ABS-CBN news reader Korina Sanchez a "persona non grata" for saying on air that super typhoon Ruby (Hagupit) should spare the Philippines and hit Japan instead.
From Science Dec 09
There are conflicting numbers as to the number of people who have died because of the fury of typhoon Ruby (Hagupit) which slammed Eastern Visayas on Saturday night, destroying more than 1,500 homes. It took the same path as super typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) that battered the country in November 2013.
From Politics & Policy Dec 09
In just a little over a year in power, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott's honeymoon with Aussie voters is definitely over.The latest survey by Fairfax Ipsos showed that Opposition leader Bill Shorten had not only overtaken Mr Abbott in terms of voting intentions if an election would be held today as the PM's personal approval rating tumbled down by 12 points.
From Sports Dec 08
American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr may have to find another way to get under the skin of Filipino eight-division title holder Manny Pacquiao.
From Law Dec 08
There are some instances when cops have to be in disguise to catch suspects. In Austria, to stop people who use the sauna's steam room from engaging in hanky-panky behaviour, the owners of a fitness club in Linz needed special guards who must be present in the steam room to catch violators of the "no sex" policy.