Commission on Higher Education chairperson Patricia Licuanan has resigned from her post, barely six months before her term ends in July.
Senator Richard Gordon wants to tansfer the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) from Muntinlupa City to Fort Magsaysay military reservation in Nueva Ecija.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) on Thursday welcomed President Rodrigo Duterte's plan to bring back the Philippine National Police (PNP) in the government's fight against illegal drugs.
President Rodrigo Duterte will not always be relying on the generosity of other countries for the needs of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
President Rodrigo Duterte practically admitted that the mega drug rehabilitation center in Nueva Ecija is a white elephant, with only a small number of addicts seeking admission.
President Rodrigo Duterte expects a terrorist attack to happen soon as he warned about the resurgence of the international terror group ISIS.
President Rodrigo Duterte wants the police and military to have a pension fund separate from the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS).
President Rodrigo Duterte would rather that soldiers and cops retire from active service at 60 than 56 years old.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines might have defeated the ISIS-inspired Maute Group, but it still has another war to face: the communist insurgency.
Pinotrektahan si Parojinog! Palace: Ex-DDB chief Santiago booted out over junkets, favors from drug…
Former Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) chairman Dionisio Santiago was asked to resign not just because of his comment that the mega rehabilitation center in Nueva Ecija was a mistake.
Sablay ang mega drug rehab sa Nueva Ecija - Senator Ralph Recto
It's not only drug addicts who can take advantage of the mega drug rehabilitation and treatment center in Fort Magsaysay, Nueva Ecija as far as Malacañang is concerned.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III on Wednesday said the PHP185 billion mega-drug rehabilitation facility in Nueva Ecija can still be put to “optimum use” and become a police training academy.
Senator Ralph Recto on Wednesday saw “the wisdom” behind the statement of resigned Dangerous Drugs Board chairman Dionisio Santiago that the 10,000-bed capacity drug rehabilitation facility in Nueva Ecija was impractical.
Rather than let it go to waste, Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III on Wednesday proposed to turn the controversial mega drug rehabilitation center built in Fort Magsaysay in Nueva Ecija converted into a drug enforcement academy.
Former Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) chairman Dionisio Santiago didn't expect that his more than 40 years in government will come to an abrupt end with President Rodrigo Duterte's order for him to resign.
Retired Armed Forces chief Dionisio Santiago has tendered his irrevocable resignation as chairman of the Dangerous Drugs Board, at least two media outlets reported Tuesday (November 7).
Instead of engaging in a bloody war against illegal drugs, Sen. Bam Aquino on Sunday urged the Duterte administration to focus more on rehabilitating drug dependents in the country.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II assured taxi driver Tomas Bagcal that he can trust the government.
President Rodrigo Duterte believes a massive rally is set to happen one of these days over the brutal killings of three teenagers.
President Rodrigo Duterte has claimed that 19-year-old Carl Angelo Arnaiz, who was killed by the Caloocan City police last August, was his relative, even as he raised the possibility that the recent deaths of three teenagers were meant to…
Vice President Leni Robredo has expressed alarm over the deaths of three teenagers in less than a month, saying it should prompt the government to rethink its approach regarding the war on drugs.
Senator Risa Hontiveros on Wednesday sneered at President Duterte for refuting her assertions that his administration was espousing a culture of impunity in the country.
Sen. Kiko Pangilinan believes the unabated killing of innocent civilians, especially minors, will go on unless President Rodrigo Duterte declares a “cessation” on his war on drugs.