Senator Leila de Lima has appealed anew to Facebook to remove fake news written about her on the popular social media site.
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Opposition senators want an investigation by the Senate defense committee into the purchase of two warships, which was allegedly influenced by Special Assistant to the President Bong Go.
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Unlike his political rivals, President Duterte is not eyeing an extension of his six-year consitutional term, his staunch defender Mocha Uson said in a Facebook post. Uson, Assistant Secretary of the Presidential Communications…
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Strive to become better social media personalities who don't spread fake news and instead champion truth and responsibility. Sen. Leila de Lima made the unsolicited advice to Presidential Communications Asst. Sec. Mocha Uson and…
Palace says unfair for CHR to protest house arrest for Russian drug suspects: Si De Lima nga wala sa…
Malacañang believes the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) has no reason to raise a howl about President Rodrigo Duterte’s promise to detain two Russian drug suspects in a comfortable house.
The Senate opposition bloc hopes that concerned government officials will be "enlightened" and realize that violence and bloodshed is not the way to address drug use.
Of the various promises that President Rodrigo Duterte made during the campaign season, Senator Leila de Lima believes he has only fulfilled two: one of which is put her in jail.
Senator Leila de Lima should have been freed already had she only been charged with direct bribery, former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod said.
Detained Sen. Leila de Lima on Monday deplored the "pervasive and invasive" corruption of Filipino values--by government officials--that affects, not just the national coffers, but national identity. "These days our well-preserved values…
The Senate minority group believes that the series of hacking incidents involving the email addresses of their staff members is part of a pattern to pin the political opposition for “imaginary” destabilization attempts.
Senators on Wednesday night moved to “declassify” the confidentiality of the testimony of John Paul Solano, one of the principal suspects in the hazing slay of freshman law student, Horacio “Atio” Castillo III, given in an executive session…
Crossing party lines, more than a dozen senators on Monday filed a resolution urging the Duterte administration to stop the spate of deaths of teenagers in either police operations or vigilante killings.
The Makabayan bloc, in bolting out of the majority coalition in the House of Representatives, may stand as a potent, vigilant and credible fiscalizer against the imperfections and excesses of the administration, Sen. Francis “Kiko”…
The Senate minority bloc on Tuesday said Filipinos deserve better than a Cabinet official who resorts to spreading lies, sowing intrigue and to name-calling.
Top tweets: Netizens to Marcoses: Return all stolen wealth or nothing
Senate minority bloc members have closed ranks behind their colleague, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, amid threat of subjecting him to an ethics proceedings after he engaged in a clash with Sen. Richard Gordon during the blue ribbon committee…
Detained Sen. Leila de Lima is quite worried over the government’s new tactic in pursuing its war on drugs, specifically the use of stickers and drop-boxes in “identifying” suspected drug personalities.
The Liberal Party on Wednesday sought the resignation of Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre for repeatedly coming up with “erroneous” claims against the opposition.
The Liberal Party (LP) on Wednesday said denied allegations by Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II that its members offered money to the parents of Kian Loyd delos Santos.
Former Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda tried to lift the spirits of detained Senator Leila de Lima on her birthday, saying he hopes she will soon regain her freedom.
Freedom and vindication of the charges linking her to illegal drugs trade were the two things that detained Sen. Leila de Lima wished for on her 58th birthday Sunday.
Senator Leila de Lima on Friday urged called out Philippine National Police (PNP) Dir. Gen. Ronald dela Rosa to stand up and save the institution from further ignominy.