Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III and Minority Leader Franklin Drilon were quick to reply to Nicanor Faeldon who claimed the two politikos made "illegal requests" when he was still head of the Bureau of Customs.
Duterte still ain’t convinced Grace Poe is a natural born Filipino: Amend Constitution if she wants…
President Rodrigo Duterte still isn't convinced that Senator Grace Poe is a natural-born Filipino even if the Supreme Court ruled in her favor in a landmark case.
Senator Frank Drilon over the weekend urged fellow Ilonggos to work together to “overcome negative news” about Iloilo City and instead promote the province as an ideal investment and business destination.
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.
Senator Leila de Lima on Monday dared President Duterte to go after the real drug lords, including drug smugglers that allegedly include his own son, Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and own son-in-law, Atty. Manases Carpio.
President Rodrigo Duterte finds Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales’ decision to suspend Jed Patrick Mabilog as mayor of Iloilo City too late.
President Rodrigo Duterte has admitted to ordering the wiretapping certain politikos suspected of involvement in the illegal drug trade.
Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa said it was President Rodrigo Duterte who took back the order for Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido to be transferred to Iloilo City.
Senator Tito Sotto has this advice to criminals, especially drug lords, in order to live longer: be a coward.
The threat posed by Ozamiz City councilor Ricardo Parojinog was to residents was the reason why Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido's transfer to Iloilo City was cancelled.
Police Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido’s reassignment in Iloilo City has been canceled, the Western Visayas police chief announced here Saturday.
President Rodrigo Duterte said beleagured Mayor Jed Mabilog has requested for a one-on-one meeting with him a day after deploying police chief Jovie Espenido from Ozamiz City to Iloilo City.
Controversial police officer Chief Insp. Jovie Espenido yesterday assured the public that he remains a pro-life advocate despite being linked in the killing of two mayors allegedly behind the illegal drugs trade.
President Rodrigo Duterte has reminded cops against committing "unlawful killings" in the course of enforcing the law, but stressed they could kill criminals who resist arrest if it endangers their lives.
Senate Minority Leader Frank Drilon on Monday is worried over the re-assignment of Chief Insp. Jovie Espenido to Iloilo City, who is linked to the killing of local officials involved in drugs.
President Rodrigo Duterte has warned Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog to end his alleged ties to the illegal drug trade before Ozamiz City police Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido is transferred to his turf.
Ozamiz City police director Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido added another feather to his cap when he was awarded the Order of Lapu-Lapu Magalong Medal for his efforts in the government's war on drugs.
FORMER president Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino should view, as "blessing in disguise, his indictment for his alleged liability in the massacre of 44 Special Action Force (SAF) in Maguindanao in January 2015.
Former Department of Education (DepEd) Regional Director Jesus Nieves and his family face an almost P2 million forfeiture case over their unexplained wealth.
With more suspected Maute members getting arrested, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II warned that Cagayan de Oro City has become a ticking bomb with the Supreme Court's insistence on conducting the trial of Maute members in the city.…
The government's peace negotiation with the Communist party of the Philippines and National Democratic Front (CPP-NDF) will still continue despite the New People's Army's (NPA) attack on a police station in Iloilo City, Malacañang said.
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.
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.