Deputy Speaker Rep. Gwendolyn Garcia was about to make a motion to cite a Commission on Human Rights (CHR) commissioner for contempt
Patunayan ni Attorney Lorenzo ‘Larry’ Gadon ang akusasyon niya – Senator Sherwin Gatchalian
Bigyan ng proteksiyon ang naapektuhan ng Dengvaxia – Senator Risa Hontiveros
Benigno Aquino III admin nag-start ang Dengvaxia, bakit itinuloy ng 2016? – Senator Tito Sotto
Senator JV Ejercito recently displayed his love and affection for his lovely wife Cindy by throwing a surprise party for her.
Senator Risa Hontiveros is lending her voice to raise HIV awareness and prevention.
Hindi nila kayang suhulan ang mga senador – Senator JV Ejercito
Pinagpraktisan tayo sa Dengvaxia – Senator Tito Sotto
The sixth and final season of “House of Cards” — the hit Netflix series thrown into crisis by sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey
Around $321 million in public funds stolen by former Nigerian dictator Sani Abacha will be returned to the African country, Switzerland said Monday.
Senator Cynthia Villar dedma lang kay Attorney Lorenzo ‘Larry’ Gadon
Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson seems out of the loop as far as Malacañang’s stand on the dengue vaccine controversy is concerned
Department of Health (DOH), World Health Organization (WHO) dapat magpaliwanag sa dengue vaccine controversy – Senator Risa Hontiveros
A gay Australian lawmaker popped the question to his partner in parliament on Monday, with the first ever proposal in the chamber coming shortly after a bill paving the way for same-sex marriage was introduced.
Japanese officials said Monday they were investigating a group of North Korean fishermen after items reportedly including a fridge, a TV — and an anime poster — disappeared from a remote island where they had taken shelter.
An airplane crew flying over Japan saw North Korea’s missile as it plunged back through the atmosphere last week, their airline said Monday, as South Korea and the US kicked off their largest ever joint air exercise.
Macau’s youngest-ever lawmaker, a leading pro-democracy advocate, has been suspended from the city’s legislature in an echo of the disqualification of rebel Hong Kong legislators as China’s pressure on political opponents grows.
The foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia and Qatar attended round-table talks Monday ahead of a regional Gulf summit, in their first such encounter since Riyadh cut all ties with Doha.
A world-first dengue vaccination programme in the Philippines that was suspended over safety concerns will not cause anyone who was immunised to die, drug manufacturer Sanofi and local authorities said on Monday.
Senator Win Gatchalian on Monday challenged Atty. Larry Gadon to “name” the alleged business tycoon who offered P200 million bribe to some senators to acquit Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.
There’s no one to blame but themselves, said Sen. Gregorio Honasan on Monday following President Duterte’s cancellation of peace negotiations with overconfident communist rebels.
If there is one lesson to be learned from the “Denggoyvaxx,” it is that Filipino children should not be made guinea pigs again, Sen. Ralph Recto said on Monday.
The Department of Health (DoH) must not allow the Dengavaxia vaccine scandal to be used for political propaganda by Duterte “hatchetmen” at the expense of properly informing the public with clear scientific data.
With Christmas just 21 days away, President Rodrigo Duterte appeared to be in the mood to shop for a gift– either for himself or someone else.