Why the Philippines' deadly typhoon has two names
Manila's meteorological name game
Meet the waterproof Filipinos
Knee-deep in floodwater, Filipinos find a way share hope and humor via Instagram.
In submerged Manila, Filipinos form digital rescue squads
Hungry families in flood-hit Philippines trapped in their homes.
The Philippines crowd-sources rescue operations
Twitter users swap emergency numbers and rescue information, while documenting the disaster all around them.
Philippines floods kill over 50 people, displace 270,000 (VIDEO)
A third of Manila, the Philippines capital, is underwater.
China tells Washington to 'shut up'
Nothing lost in translation there.
Typhoon Saola kills 44 in Philippines, Taiwan (PHOTOS)
The typhoon also made landfall in China Friday, killing two people.
Philippines: hackers infiltrate phone system for six-cents discount
System infiltrated to cheapen long-distance calls to South Korea
Accelerate: Electrifying an ancient Jeep
Turning a World War II-era vehicle into clean public transit.
The Earth Project: Mongolia's Wind Revolution
The country's first windfarm is set to open this summer.
Southeast Asia's intriguing Olympians
A pregnant shooter, a disqualified cat impressionist, a 4'11" female weightlifter
Why all the fuss in the South China Sea?
It all comes down to money and power, says Andrew Billo, senior program officer with the Asia Society.
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo freed from jail
Former Philippines President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was released on bail Wednesday after a judge found election rigging charges against her weak.
Southeast Asia: Food crisis feed
The region of Southeast Asia remains safe from droughts and crop shortages affecting other parts of the globe. What insulates them from the agricultural struggle? Rice.
Report: South China Sea disputes are intensifying
Vietnam and the Philippines challenge China in a regional standoff over the high-stakes littoral zone.
Drip by drip, China dominates its oceanic backyard
Favoring cruise ships and hastily erected cities over all-out war
Dennis Rodman meets father for first time in 42 years
Dennis Rodman met his father this week for the first time in 42 years, after an exhibition basketball game in Manila.
Philippines: who you calling "Mongoloid"?
A firebrand Philippine senator in etymological hot water
Philippines: army pinky-swears top terrorist is dead
Still no proof most-wanted bomb maker died in US-backed strike
Senkaku Islands spark territory dispute between China and Japan
A dispute heats up between China and Japan over the Senkaku Islands, treasured for fisheries, potential oil wealth — and nationalistic importance.
Chinese naval frigate stranded on Philippine coast
Raul Hernandez, the Philippines' foreign minister, said that Beijing had some explaining to do as to why the Chinese vessel ended up on a shoal, just 70 miles from the mainland.
South China Sea dispute splits Southeast Asian summit
South China Sea tensions roil a critical Asian summit in Cambodia.
US wades into South China Sea dispute
US South China Sea mediation effort treads sensitive waters.
Pakistan: Huge protests against US deal to reopen supply line to Afghanistan
Thousands of hard-line Islamists have formed a convoy and are making their way to the capital Islamabad to protest.
When vacation isn’t enough, the Philippines says stay for life
“You know our slogan, 'It’s more fun in the Philippines?' Well it’s also more fun to retire in the Philippines,” said a government spokesman.
Vietnam says China's South China Sea oil bid "illegal"
Vietnam has called plans by China to invite foreign oil firms to tender for exploration rights in a disputed area in the South China Sea “illegal” and a serious “violation of Vietnam’s sovereignty.”
A Pacquiao loss, a pall over the Philippines
"If you’re depressed, don’t be ... Pacquiao will be fine."
Operation Orion: 190 child predators arrested, 18 victims rescued
Federal agents have arrested 190 suspects in a May operation targeting child predators, and 18 minors have been rescued.
Third witness in Philippines massacre trial murdered
A third witness who provided testimony in a trial over an election-related massacre in November 2009 in the Philippines has been murdered.
Singapore’s maid addiction
Is the well-to-do island chafing at more liberties for live-in servants?
Renato Corona, Philippine Supreme Court chief justice, convicted of corruption
The Philippine Senate has found Renato Corona guilty of breaching the nation's constitution.