The latest from the foremost chronicler of the wealthy, Lauren Greenfield (“Queen of Versailles”), is this jaw-dropping doc on Imelda Marcos, former first lady of the Philippines.
Clark Air Base and Subic Bay were symbols of America’s global might. Then the Cold War ended. Mt. Pinatubo erupted. They closed. Now China is the unassailable power in these seas.
Tomi Masters was a small-town gal swept off her feet by a California cryptocurrency mogul. Now she’s dead and he and a friend are charged.
It has one of the most beautiful mosques in the world, but decades of violence have plagued Mindanao. Now a potential peace deal has provided hope, and maybe, visitors.
A pair of Secret Service agents assigned to protect President Trump open up about the anxieties of their jobs and a pair of credible assassination threats they stopped in Manila.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he thinks God is ‘stupid,’ and believes he has the power of life and death. The really bad news: he’s quite popular.
China lands a strategic bomber in disputed territory, gauging how America will react at a time when Beijing appears to be outmaneuvering Washington on several fronts.