There is no such thing as absolute parliamentary immunity, Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III on Wednesday said.
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Simpler transactions with government agencies are coming soon, after the ball started rolling for the establishment of a National ID system this week.
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Senator Richard Gordon on Tuesday said Justice (DOJ) Sec. Vitaliano Aguirre II should consider resigning from his post if he cannot overturn the dismissal of the case recommended by the prosecution panel on the drug charges against…
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Senator Richard Gordon on Tuesday warned President Duterte over the possibility of the dismissal of the drug charges against Kerwin Espinosa and Peter Lim taking its toll on the administration’s war against drugs.
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Sen. Panfilo Lacson got the backing of his colleagues Tuesday in pushing for the passage of measure establishing a National ID system.
A subpoena has been issued against blogger and web administrator Edward Angelo “Cocoy” Dayao by Senate probers compelling his attendance in the next hearing on the proliferation of fake news in the country.
There will be no railroading of deliberations in the Senate on pending measures for Charter change (Cha-cha), Sen. Francis Pangilinan on Tuesday said.
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Senator Richard Gordon turned down former Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon’s request to see his doctor for a heart ailment because he intended to join the procession of the Black Nazarene on January 9.
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Former Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon has slammed Senator Richard Gordon over what he described as “cruel, degrading and inhuman punishment” that he suffered while in detention at the Senate.
Voting 17-1, Senatoes approved on second and third reading Senate bill No. 1592 or the proposed Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act (TRAIN) which would generate P130 billion additional revenues for the Duterte administration.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III filed a libel complaint against a blogger who made vicious attacks and called him and six other lawmakers as “Malacanang Dogs” for not singing a resolution seeking the end of killings in the drug…
The Senate approved on Monday a bill seeking to lower electricity cost and provide savings to power consumers.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III is set to file cyber libel charges before the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) against a blogger who called him a rapist, plagiarist and bigot.
Senator Richard Gordon is saddened by the death of business icon Washington Sycip who he remembered as a visionary leader contributing to the country's economic development.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III on Monday said he’s willing to go to jail and put the law into his own hands just so he could get even with those who maligned him online based on what he called as “fake news.”
Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri has declared support for Senate President Koko Pimentel and Senator Richard Gordon in the face of threats of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV to kick them out of the institution.
Senator Dick Gordon belittled the threat of Senator Sonny Trillanes to file ethics and plunder case against him in relation to his alleged misuse of Philippine Red Cross (PRC) funds. "Let him do his work. He keeps on threatening. I am…
Senator Sonny Trillanes believes that Senator Dick Gordon wields greater influence on President Rodrigo Duterte than the latter’s own partymate, Senate President Koko Pimentel. Trillanes made the remark since, according to him, Pimentel…
Not to be outdone, senators from the majority bloc also “excluded” minority colleagues" with their own “version” of a resolution urging the government to stop and resolve all unresolved extrajudicial killings.
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III is eyeing the filing of libel cases against those behind a blog which called him and six other colleagues as “Malacanang Dogs in the Senate.”
The Senate has approved a bill postponing the scheduled barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections from October 23 this year to May next year.
Senator Richard Gordon has commended government troops for rescuing a priest taken hostage by Maute rebels in Marawi City.
The Senate is not in a position to handle the ethics complaint against Sen. Vicente Sotto III for a statement he made during the confirmation hearing of Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo.
There are "sacred cows" in the ongoing Senate Blue Ribbon Committe investigation on the smuggling of P6.4 billion worth of shabu from China.