The government should "look beyond" the National Capital Region (NCR) in applying cures to the traffic crisis, Senator Sonny Angara said on Wednesday.
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The Senate must honor the late national artist Carmen Guerrero-Nakpil for her legacy and admirable work in shaping and nurturing the fields of Philippine literature and history writing.
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The decision of Filipino military pilots to proceed with aerial patrols in the South China Sea despite radio warnings from Beijing shows the country's resolve in asserting its sovereignty over the disputed seas, Malacañang said Monday…
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Senator Chiz Escudero on Thursday said the government's economic team must come up with the "exact" data on the country’s unemployment rate.
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Malacañang said it is taking the controversial dance video on federalism as a challenge to “transform” new interest on federalism into explaining how this proposed system of government will benefit Filipinos.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the creation of a high-level task force that would deal with the ongoing hostage crisis in Libya, just days after he declared he will send warships to the African state.
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Malacañang on Friday (July 27) welcomed the Court of Appeals' ruling upholding the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) decision to revoke the business permit of the website Rappler for violating constitutional limits on foreign…
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The Senate on Tuesday night approved on second reading Senate Bill 1391 which provides “mandatory” Philhealth coverage to persons with disabilities (PWDs).
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Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio warned candidates of the 2019 polls that voters might not choose them for their weak stance over the West Philippine Sea issue.
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Malacañang on Friday refuted London-based rights group Amnesty International’s statement that President Rodrigo Duterte has made the Philippines ‘a far more dangerous place by abandoning human rights values.’
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Amid the ongoing maritime dispute in the West Philippine Sea, President Rodrigo Duterte clarified Tuesday (July 17) that China never asked for "one square of real estate in the Philippines."
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President Rodrigo Duterte hopes Filipinos will see China as "a good neighbor" despite the ongoing maritime dispute in the West Philippine Sea.
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Malacañang on Monday disputed the public perception that the government has not been doing anything against China’s intrusions in the West Philippine Sea.
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How can you call a law perfect if it burdens the poor?
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Filipinos, including religious leaders, can criticize him with all their heart’s content but they should not use God’s name in vain against him, President Duterte on Saturday said.
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An official of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) has denied demanding for expensive food items on their recent trip to Surigao City.
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Vice President Leni Robredo has reminded Filipinos about the value of self-control in light of the brawl between Gilas Pilipinas and the Australian national basketball team.
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Senator Sonny Angara is pushing for the enactment of a measure penalizing all acts of discrimination with imprisonment of one two six years and a fine of not more than P500,000 or both.
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Senator Koko Pimentel would still push for a shift to a federal form of government despite the public being cold to the proposed change, which would see the Philippines divided into smaller states with greater autonomy.
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Instead of exhausting efforts on those loitering at night, Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan on Tuesday urged the Philippine National Police (PNP) make better use of its force against rice hoarders and unscrupulous traders.
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Ousted Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno reminded everyone that President Rodrigo Duterte is “not God.”
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MANILA-- Six Filipino diplomats were conferred three of the country's highest honors during the 120th Foundation Anniversary of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) led by President Rodrigo R. Duterte on Monday.