President Rodrigo Duterte couldn't help but try some of the yummy products on display at the ONE Mindanao: Organic and Natural Expo at the SMX Convention Center in Lanang, Davao City.
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At least six senators said they are not in favor of legalizing same sex marriage, as the Supreme Court finally set oral arguments for a three-year old petition challenging the constitutionality of the Family Code which defined marriage as…
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Senate Majority Leader Tito Sotto hit the Senate minority for filing a resolution calling for Senator Leila de Lima to be freed from detention, but not supporting his plea three years ago to put former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile under house…
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The six reelectionist senators were toying the idea of forming a "rainbow" coalition if they would not be included in the senatorial slot of the ruling PDP-Laban in the 2019 midterm elections.
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They thought that they were walking on the streets of war-torn Syria or Iraq destroyed in the war between government forces and Islamic militants.
Two senators say they will seek a Senate probe into the rehabilitation and housing projects in Marawi to hear the side of the residents of the once besieged city.
MARAWI CITY—Senators Migz Zubiri and Sonny Angara are urging those who are against the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) and national government officials to pay a visit to Marawi for them to see the extent of the devastation of the Islamic city.…
The Villar family is having a white Christmas this year.
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Thanks in part to their showbiz backgrounds, former senators Jinggoy Estrada and Lito Lapid both have a chance of reclaiming their seats in 2019 based on the survey commissioned by the ruling PDP-Laban.
Senator JV Ejercito is eyeing a coalition with ruling party PDP-Laban for the 2019 elections.
The Senate version of the proposed P3.7 trillion 2018 national budget is a “fulfillment” of President Rodrigo Duterte’s promises to uplift the welfare of Filipinos.
Voting 17-1, Senatoes approved on second and third reading Senate bill No. 1592 or the proposed Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act (TRAIN) which would generate P130 billion additional revenues for the Duterte administration.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III filed a libel complaint against a blogger who made vicious attacks and called him and six other lawmakers as “Malacanang Dogs” for not singing a resolution seeking the end of killings in the drug…
On his 72nd birthday, Senate minority leader Franklin Drilon treated the Senate's 1,700-plus employees to a free lunch.
The Senate approved on Monday a bill seeking to lower electricity cost and provide savings to power consumers.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III is set to file cyber libel charges before the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) against a blogger who called him a rapist, plagiarist and bigot.
The recent remarks made by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on human rights and extrajudicial killings are not infringements on the Philippines' sovereignty, but are reminders to uphold…
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Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III on Monday said he’s willing to go to jail and put the law into his own hands just so he could get even with those who maligned him online based on what he called as “fake news.”
The blog post which ridiculed seven senators for allegedly refusing to support a resolution denouncing extrajudical killings (EJKs) could be a part of a demolition "project" to taint the image of pro-Duterte senators .
Senate President Koko Pimentel said it was no coincidence that all seven senators who were snubbed in sign the Senate resolution condemning extrajudicial killings (EJKs) were close allies of President Rodrigo Duterte.