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Tesla scraps plans for its bargain version of the Model Y

Tesla says it is still planning a more affordable, single-engine version of the Model Y, but it will have a bigger battery and longer range than the shortest range version of the Model 3. And because of that, it'll probably have a higher price tag.

Will Metro Manila stay under GCQ post-July 15?

We’re a day away from the end of the mandated general community quarantine in Metro Manila. With rising COVID-19 cases and several hospitals reaching full capacity, should the region relax, maintain, or enforce stricter quarantine rules? We speak to San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora.

'Glee' cast no stranger to tragic deaths

The loss of the young actors has had some questioning whether there is a 'Glee curse.' The discovery of Naya Rivera's body coincides with the seventh anniversary of her former co-star Cory Monteith's death.

Xian Lim on changes in entertainment industry

Let's find out how Kapamilya stars are coping with these uncertain times. Xian Lim tells us what it's like filming in the new normal. He's in a so-called "bubble" for the teleserye "Love Thy Woman."

MRT-3 bans talking inside trains

After a temporary shutdown following a spike in cases among its employees. Our Crissy Dimatulac has more on the train line's stricter health protocols.

Media watchdog calls for independent agency to grant franchises

House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano defends the rejection of ABS-CBN's franchise renewal bid. Cayetano says that Congress did not hinder press freedom but simply quote 'Put an end to the privilege of one family.' However, a media watchdog believes otherwise. That's why it wants an independent agency to grant franchises instead.

Covid-19 wards full in Metro Manila hospitals

A number of hospitals in Metro Manila report they are now at capacity or reaching full capacity for critical Covid-19 patients. Among them is the National Kidney and Transplant Institute. Let's go above and beyond the headlines with the hospital's Executive Director Dr. Rose Marie Rosete-Liquete.

Businesses 'more concerned' now about Hong Kong security law

Fears among Hong Kong's business community about the impact of a controversial national security law have intensified following the publication of the legislation at the end of last month, according to a new survey released on Monday.