Sumablay na nga sa Dengvaxia, gagastos pa sa monitoring – Senator JV Ejercito
Margaret Thatcher refused a request to fly a panda in the back of her Concorde when she visited Washington for her first summit with Ronald Reagan, according to papers released on Friday.
Absurdity and exaggeration, the two key ingredients of political satire, are no longer as effective in the age of Donald Trump and ‘fake news’ — something that is forcing comedians and talk show hosts to adapt their craft to get a laugh.
Former international football star George Weah, who has won Liberia’s presidential run-off, follows several celebrities who have achieved the top job in their countries.
Utak ng road right-of-way scam babalatan ni Senator Manny Pacquiao
Newly appointed Office of Civil Defense deputy administrator III Nicanor Faeldon will have to make sure that the agency’s regional offices are functioning efficiently– even if he cannot visit them since he’s detained at the Senate.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called an explosion that tore through a Saint Petersburg supermarket, wounding 13 people, “an act of terror.
Defeated US Senate candidate Roy Moore has filed a last-minute legal challenge to his stunning loss at the hands of Democrat Doug Jones in a special election held in the right-leaning state of Alabama earlier this month.
Sixty-eight Yemeni civilians were killed in two separate air raids by the Saudi-led Arab coalition in one day, the UN humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen Jamie McGoldrick said on Thursday.
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Thursday brushed off the civil case filed against him by presidential son Paolo Duterte and his brother-in-law, lawyer Mans Carpio for dragging them into the P6.4-billion shabu smuggling scandal.
Pinoys who like to watch movies starring Vice Ganda are not necessarily of “mababaw” or shallow taste, Ateneo de Manila University English professor Miguel Lizada said.
Sen. JV Ejercito on Thursday urged the Chief Executive to consider the background of his appointees because “public service is a public trust.”
The celebration of Niños Inocentes or the Feast of the Holy Innocents should remind the public of the tragic fate of innocent children who ended up as collateral damage in President Duterte’s all-out war against drugs, Sen. Leila de Lima on Thursday said.
Senator Paolo Aquino on Thursday warned the public on the imminent increase in prices of basic commodities once the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) takes effect next year.
Senator Paolo Aquino on Thursday gave a thumbs down to the new appointment of former Bureau of Customs (BOC) Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon despite being hounded by allegations of corruption.
Former Bureau of Customs (BOC) Nicanor Faeldon’s new appointment as deputy administrator in the Office of the Civil Defense (OCD) isn’t enough for President Rodrigo Duterte’s top ally in the Senate to free the former Magdalo leader.
Pursuing peace negotiations with the CPP-NPA-NDF in 2018 is unlikely, said Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Thursday citing betrayal by the communist group.
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana has welcomed the appointment of former Bureau of Customs (BOC) commissioner Nicanor Faeldon as deputy administrator of the Office of Civil Defense (OCD), saying the former Marine official is “honest” and “competent”.
The Philippine central bank said Thursday it accidentally released defective 100-peso bills with the face of a former president left out.
Presidential son and Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and his brother-in-law, lawyer Manases Carpio, on Wednesday filed a civil case against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV for involving them into the P6.4 billion worth of shabu shipment smuggling issue at the Bureau of Customs (BOC).
The House of Representatives has adopted House Resolution 243 urging President Rodrigo Duterte to increase the daily local travel allowance of government officials and personnel on official business to P2,000 from the current rate of P800.
Friends of Horacio Castillo III, the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Law freshman who died due to hazing injuries, blasted the release of Aegis Juris President Arvin Balag from the Senate, saying it is contrary to the spirit of Christmas.
Malacañang has assured jeepney drivers that they will still have jobs despite the government’s plan to phase out old models of the public utility vehicle (PUV).
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Thursday described as mere “harassment” the filing of civil case against him by resigned Davao City vice mayor Polong Duterte.