Here’s a look at top eight politikos who brought the funny this year regardless if they meant to or not.
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.
Top tweets: Andanar hits EU critics as sex maniacs
May pananagutan ang UST sa Atio hazing slay - Win Gatchalian
Alam ng mga school officials na may hazing - Win Gatchalian
Nakaalarma ang itinuturo Aegis Juris lawyers - Win Gatchalian
For most senators, it already smells like victory for the government troops to finally quell the siege of Marawi following the killing of Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute as they are now calling for the rebuilding of the province.
The majority and minority bloc had some sort of a “rivalry” when it comes to the need to denounce the unabated extrajudicial killings (EJKs) of suspected drug dealers and drug users.
John Paul Solano has thrown away his cellphone away supposedly to avoid receiving threats from fellow Aegis Juris fraternity members after he decided to come out and divulge what he knew about the death of neophyte Horacio “Atio” Castillo…
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 Senate has approved a bill postponing the scheduled barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections from October 23 this year to May next year.
Senator Win Gatchalian has been discharged from Makati Medical Center (MMC) few hours after he fell ill in the middle of the day.
Best friends forever Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III and Panfilo Lacson topped the “honor roll” during Congress’ first regular session as they posted a perfect attendance among 24 senators.
Duterte, politikos offer anniversary wishes to Iglesia ni Cristo
Senate President Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel III and several other senators are now updated about the country's law and order situation, including the status in Marawi City.
The Marawi crisis has been the first true test of the leadership skills of President Rodrigo Duterte, and so far, he has been given a passing grade by the public.
Senate ‘seatmates’ expect smooth sailing of clearing and rehab efforts in Marawi after SC validates…
Now that the Supreme Court has spoken on the validity of President Duterte’s martial law declaration, government should fast track efforts in bringing Marawi back to its feet.
A team of Philippine senators is traveling in France to help enhance the country's relations and study the French parliament system.
Senate Minority Leader Frank Drilon sees no need for the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to issue “enhanced” voter’s ID since it is just a waste of time, energy and money.
The departure of Alan Cayetano from the Senate has sparked hopes of the Liberal Party-bloc senators to wrest control of the Upper House from Senate President Koko Pimentel as payback for kicking them out of the majority last February.
Senators Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito, Juan Miguel “Migz” Zubiri and Win Gatchalian urged complainants in an ethics case against Majority Leader Vicente "Tito" Sotto should move on the issue after the latter has made amends for the perceived…
The 90-day preventive suspension slapped by Malacanang against Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) chair Jose Vicente Salazar, who is facing administrative charges including serious dishonesty and grave misconduct, will enable the Executive…
Senators allied with the administration on Thursday (April 27) doused cold water on the claim made by Minority Leader Franklin Drilon that the controversial death penalty bill is already dead in the Senate.