Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III on Friday downplayed any significance to the reported inclusion in their ruling party’s senatorial slate of controversial Communications Asst. Sec. Mocha Uson and newly-designated Presidential…
More poor families would benefit from the government's free medicines program if the Senate version of the tax reform package is passed into law.
President Rodrigo Duterte is exasperated as to why his critics are not using the waiver he signed last year to get details of his bank accounts, amid allegations that it contains millions of undeclared deposits.
Former Senator Jinggoy Estrada recently visited a church in Cebu City to pray for the release of former Senator Bong Revilla from detention.
Freedom from joblessness will be the mission of the Department of Labor and Employment as it organized 21 job fairs nationwide for Independence Day, Monday.
President Rodrigo Duterte can easily end the fight against the terrorist Maute group if the lives of civilians were the least of his concerns.
In a 180-degree turnaround from his openness to talk with members of the Maute group, President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday (June 4) ruled out any chance of negotiating with terrorists.
Government forces may not be done fighting the terrorist Maute group yet, but President Rodrigo Duterte is sure of their victory.
State auditors questioned the payment of P472,500 for rent or lease to the office areas of the National Youth Commission (NYC) without the renewal of rental contracts.
For the country's 115th Labor Day, the Department of Labor and Employment has organized at least 50 job and business fairs nationwide on May 1.
Cebu City Mayor Tomas "Tommy" Osmeña did good on his word that he will bring up the tax evasion case of Banco de Oro (BDO) to higher authorities should lower recourse prove unsatisfactory.
Facing a bailable offense of attempted homicide, the nephew of businessman and suspected drug lord Peter Lim is now being closely watched by the Bureau of Immigration (BI) due to the possibility the the might flee the country.
After determining premeditation and a cover-up try in the killing of Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa last November, the Senate is pushing for a closer look into at least five possibly related killings in Eastern Visayas.
Cebu City Mayor Tomas "Tommy" Osmeña pulled out all stops to make Vice President Leni Robredo win in the past two elections where she ran.
Vice President Leni Robredo doesn't agree with President Rodrigo Duterte's belief that criminals have no humanity.
Several transport groups are set to stage a strike on Monday in Metro Manila and in select provinces all over the country in protest of a looming jeepney phaseout.
Vice President Leni Robredo has made speeding up the resolution of criminal cases her latest advocacy after seeing Cebu City’s jail teeming with inmates, some of whom could’ve been freed already.
Philippine National Police Chief Bato Dela Rosa assured senators that the mysterious lady drug lord - Lovely Adam Impal - named by Kerwin Espinosa as one of his suppliers was still alive.
Alleged drug lord Kerwin Espinosa confirmed that Peter Lim the drug lord and Peter Lim who was the “kumpare” of President Rodrigo Duterte were one and the same person.
Senator Risa Hontiveros has urged the Duterte administration to shift its strategy in the fight against illegal drugs as the death toll nears the 2,000-mark in a span of barely three months.
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales on Thursday (August 25) reiterated the confidentiality of her office's fact-finding investigations, particularly those against supposedly erring public officials.
The United States embassy to the Philippines is protesting President Rodrigo Duterte's public insults against US Ambassador to the Philippine Philip Goldberg.