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Bongbong considers returning to Malacañang as president

In an interview with London-based newspaper Financial Times, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. expressed his desire to run for presidency and return to Malacañang after President Rodrigo Duterte’s term ends. “My career is…


Celebrating Ilocano food and culture in NYC 

Inabrao, pinapaitan, tupig. Dinardaraan, igado, dinakdakan.  These are just a few of the distinctly Ilocano dishes that guests sampled and devoured at the Ilocano Food Tasting event held last week at the…

Getting your detained family member out on bond

News of largescale workplace raids conducted by the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) have proliferated the media in recent months. Recent high-profile worksite immigration enforcement operations include the…

Solar energy credit for residential property

A SOLAR electric residential property to be qualified for the credit must meet the following requirements: 1. Costs paid must be for qualified for solar electric property. 2. Qualified solar electric property…

Depression and its alarming consequences

THE persistent feeling of wretchedness, despondency, and loss of interest in regular activities are indubitably alarming signs of depressive mood and unusual behavioral pattern that are unquestionably signs of depression. “Major Depressive…


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