Broadcaster Mon Tulfo doesn't mind seeing two of his siblings in prison over the controversial P120-million contract signed by the Department of Tourism (DOT) with the state-run People's Television Network Inc. (PTNI) for airing its ads.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has vowed to send the owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer to prison for plunder for leasing the Mile Long property even after its contract with the government has expired.
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The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) decried news website Inquirer.net’s takedown of articles alleging Senate President Tito Sotto’s hand in the cover up of 80s “softdrink beauty” Pepsi Paloma’s rape, saying it did…
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President Rodrigo Duterte has been able to instill fear in people's minds even without declaring martial law by ordering the Philippine National Police to crack down on "tambays" or street loiterers, University of the Philippines sociology…
Haka-haka lang! Duterte claims Rufino-Prietos had no lease contract for Mile Long, used Inquirer to…
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President Rodrigo Duterte has accused the owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer of leasing the Mile Long property in Makati City without any formal contract.
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The late ‘80s sexy actress Pepsi Paloma trended on Twitter after a journalist leaked Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III’s request to the Philippine Daily Inquirer to take down its articles linking him to her rape and suicide.
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The Supreme Court may be one of the most revered institutions in the land, but University of the Philippines economics professor Winnie Monsod believes majority of the magistrates are far from living up to the adjective "honorable."
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Senate President Tito Sotto has requested the Philippine Daily Inquirer to remove articles linking him to the rape and death of “softdrink beauty” Pepsi Paloma.
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Some congressmen in the opposition have released their statements of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN) on their own, pending a plenary vote on the House of Representatives’ rules on the release of the document.
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Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo Puyat admits her new job is posing a challenge to her relationship with Tarlac Rep. Charlie Cojuangco.
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Despite growing up in a privileged environment, Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo Puyat didn’t use her parents’ name— particularly her father’s— to get ahead of things.
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Did President Rodrigo Duterte consult with his long-time BFF, columnist Mon Tulfo, before deciding on whether to ask for the resignation of the latter's sister, Tourism Secretary Wanda Teo.
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President Rodrigo Duterte has slammed the owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer anew over the paper's critical coverage of him despite their alleged involvement in wrongdoing.
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Newly appointed Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra may have yet to dip his toes into work, but former Supreme Court Chief Justice Artemio Panganiban believes he has a place on the high tribunal.
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President Rodrigo Duterte lashed out anew at the Philippine Daily Inquirer over its critical coverage of him despite its owners’ alleged involvement in wrongdoing.
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Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque has scored the media for protecting their business interests rather than reporting.
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House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez found a match in Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte after months of lording it over local politikos.
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University of the Philippines sociology professor Randy David may not believe in the substance of the impeachment complaint against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, but he's convinced she's no longer fit to lead the Supreme Court.
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Malacañang is leaving it up to government agencies to decide if Rappler should be banned from their premises over doubts about its ownership.
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President Rodrigo Duterte banned Rappler from covering him and Malacañang because he got fed up by the "fake news" allegedly put out by the online news site and its reporter, Pia Ranada.
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Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go’s request for Senate probers to probe the alleged “fake news” peddled against him by two media outlets, painting him to have supposedly interfered in the acquisition of warships of…
Ano ba talaga, kuya? Bong Go denies singling out any media outfit after dissing Inquirer, Rappler as…
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Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go claimed that he has not singled out ant news outfit as a fake news source.
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China didn't build bases in the South China Sea to attack the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday (February 19).
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Go after journalists who spread fake news.