The Philippine government said Friday it was investigating the breach of data of its citizens who use Facebook, after a massive leak of user information to British political consultancy Cambridge Analytica.
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Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri on heaved a sigh of relief upon hearing the news on issuance of arrest warrants against the 10 Aegis Juris fraternity members implicated in the fatal hazing of University of Santo Tomas (UST) freshman law student…
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Senator Nancy Binay on Thursday practically convinced of alleged irregularities in the 2016 elections after admitting she received also information that echoed revelations made by Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III on early transmission of…
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The House of Representatives' justice committee on Thursday declassified the information on the results of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno's psychiatric evaluation which she reportedly failed.
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President Rodrigo Duterte clarified that he has no beef or grudge against Quezon City Rep. Sonny Belmonte, after an issue was made out of the placement of the flowers they sent to a wake.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has expressed readiness to be found guilty by the International Criminal Court-- and even be executed-- in connection with his tough stance on illegal drugs.
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The International Criminal Court is opening an initial probe into allegations of crimes against humanity by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, his spokesman said Thursday, insisting the Philippine leader rejected any accusations of mass…
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Malacañang will not be announcing the latest official to be fired by President Rodrigo Duterte Wednesday (January 3).
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Police are not the only ones to blame for the deadly Mandaluyong shooting, but also the barangay tanods who fed policemen wrong information, Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.