Where is the worst place for abortions?
On the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, GlobalPost looks at abortion rights around the world.
Global risks in 2013: China, India, the euro zone and US debt
It's a risky world. Here's what will cause war, strife and economic turmoil in 2013.
Philippines: Babies for sale outside some Manila hospitals
In and around the capital Manila, newborn babies are being bought and sold, according to a local television report.
Philippines shooting kills pregnant woman, six others
The former local political candidate ran through the streets shooting people at random, killing a pregnant woman and a seven-year-old girl.
Philippines contraception law signed
Philippines President Benigno Aquino has signed into law a bill allowing for free access to contraception and family planning.
Snoutless hero dog Kabang beats cancer, ready for cosmetic surgery
Kabang was given a clean bill of health by University of California, Davis veterinarians who are caring for the dog after it was brought from the Philippines for treatment.
Philippines approves historic human rights law
Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III signed a law to stop the police and military from abducting people.
2,012 words of 2012
Here are the buzzwords, the keywords, or just plain words, that were uttered time and again in 2012. This was an absurd amount of work. So please click on it.
Philippines: New Year's Eve Lechon
A multicultural, spit-roasted suckling pig.
Philippines Christmas truce reportedly being violated by rebels
A Christmas truce between the Philippines and Maoist rebels has already begun to fall apart, according to government officials.
At last, Philippine contraception wars near final act
Condoms, birth control pills and Catholics portending moral decay
Manny Pacquiao returns home to Philippines, vows to fight again (VIDEO)
Ahead of 34th birthday, Filipino boxing legend says he will return to ring in 5 months.
Silver lining to Philippine disaster? A rebel truce
Maoist rebels cool off in wake of brutal typhoon
Typhoon Bopha threatens to hit Philippines again
Typhoon Bopha, weakened to a storm, is heading back towards the Philippines' north.
Pacquiao and Marquez fight knocks out reeling Philippines (VIDEO)
Next fight for Pacquiao could be 5th meeting with Juan Manuel Marquez after stunning loss.
China flexes Air Force muscle amid territorial disputes with Japan, Vietnam
Large-scale war games and exercises held as China argues over territory with neighbors.
Typhoon Bopha death toll climbs over 500, search continues (PHOTOS)
Typhoon Bopha has left over 500 people dead in the Philippines and over 400 still missing.
Philippines: Can power and cash absolve a bloodbath?
Three years on, justice is hopelessly stalled in one of Asia’s worst political massacres.
Typhoon Bopha: Death toll rises above 350 (VIDEO)
The death toll in the wake of Typhoon Bopha rose above 350 people in the Philippines, with another 400 still missing.
Typhoon Bopha kills at least 270 in the Philippines (PHOTOS)
Typhoon Bopha has also destroyed homes and brought down powerlines.
Chatter: Typhoon Bopha kills hundreds in the Philippines
A deadly typhoon wreaks havoc in the Philippines, Egyptian protesters take the fight right to President Morsi's door, and they don't make French men like they used to.
Typhoon Bopha hits the Philippines, at least 270 dead
As Typhoon Bopha hits the Philippines, at least 270 are dead after the storm destroyed homes and brought down power lines.
More South China Sea sabotage
Cut cables, heightened patrols and threats all around
Asia: Hopes rise in fight against HIV/AIDS
Countries throughout Asia have made huge strides in combating HIV/AIDS, but now is not the time to let up.
China's latest diplomatic train wreck
Beijing's new passports claim the entire South China Sea. That hasn't exactly gone over well.
China passport map flap grows
The Philippines has joined Vietnam in refusing to stamp China's new electronic passports.
China fakes new Asean reality
Not happy with its diplomatic reality, China creates a new one.
New Chinese passports criticized by Vietnam and the Philippines
China is drawing criticism from its neighbors for printing maps inside its new passports that include territory in the South China Sea that other countries claim as their own.
India: Black money out, white money in--India may be top recipient of remittances, says World Bank
Even as India's anti-corruption activists and opposition lawmakers rail about the allegedly vast sums of black money squirreled away in Swiss bank accounts, India looks set to top the world in remittances sent back home from abroad.
Temperature rising in the South China Sea
Territorial showdown overshadows Obama's trip to Southeast Asia.
India: Manmohan Singh makes pitch for broad role in SE Asia
Indian prime minister backed a free trade agreement with ASEAN and called for increased cooperation on security in Phnom Penh