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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte brought in a special guest on Friday to rally troops battling Islamic State followers in the south — US action hero Steven Seagal.
President Duterte, also known as “The Punisher” for his brutal anti-crime advocacy, has a new BFF and he’s from Hollywood.
To prevent a possible stalemate or deadlock, lawmakers deliberating on the proposed tax reform bill have decided to take up the so-called less contentious provisions in the proposed tax reform bills of the House and the Senate.
Senator JV Ejercito on Friday sought a Senate probe on the Department of Health (DOH) and pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur for the controversial dengue-vaccine given to half a million schoolchildren in the country.
Malacañang on Friday told Vice President Leni Robredo that the string of cases filed against officials of the previous administration over the Metro Rail Transit 3 (MRT-3) mess was to make them accountable and not to cover up President Rodrigo Duterte’s failure to fix the country’s busiest railway.
DPWH Sec. Mark A. Villar stopped P4B purchase of ‘fake’ land – Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II
Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto on Friday said that he would have to listen to the reasons of the Department of National Defense (DND) to extend martial law in Mindanao before he could determine if it was necessary or not.
People will judge credibility of Teresita J. Leonardo-De Castro’s testimony vs Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno – Oriental Mindoro Rep. Reynaldo Umali
New Zealand officials said Friday they were examining disgraced US news anchor Matt Lauer’s property dealings in the South Pacific nation following the sexual harassment allegations that prompted his sacking.
The war between Donald Trump and CNN has taken a new turn with the government’s challenge to a tie-up between AT&T and the cable news channel’s parent firm Time Warner.
Japan’s Emperor Akihito will step down on April 30, 2019, the prime minister announced Friday, the first retirement in more than two centuries in the world’s oldest imperial family.
Former US president Barack Obama said Friday that social media powers like Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter are leading to “snap judgements to complex issues” and warned leaders to think before tweeting.
The widow of a slain Islamist militant leader will be charged for allegedly using social media to recruit Islamic State sympathisers to join a five-month siege of a southern city, Philippine authorities said Friday.
The Philippine military, which is battling both pro-Islamic State militants and communist guerrillas, is acquiring six Brazilian-made A-29 planes for close air support, authorities said.
Senators merely laughed at the threat of House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez to take a hard stance against any amendments in the proposed P3.767-trillion national budget for next year and hinted at a possible re-enacted budget if the upper chamber would not adopt the lower house version.
If the Duterte government is serious about accountability, it should also pursue those who want to establish a revolutionary government (RevGov) and the smuggling of P6.4-billion worth of shabu from China.
Consumers must be informed of the calorie content from food and beverages they order from fast food and restaurants to help them monitor their weight and avoid health risks associated with “obesity.”
‘Benigno Aquino III Abnoy, malapit ka nang makulong!’ – ER Ejercito
House Minority Floor Leader Danilo Suarez on Friday practically backed the pronouncements made by President Duterte, ordering his security forces to shoot at communist rebels bearing firearms.
Safety should always be the paramount concern when it comes to any immunization program, Sen. Nancy Binay said on Friday.
Sandra Cam: President Rodrigo Duterte walang kinalaman sa revolutionary government (RevGov)
Senator Gregorio Honasan on Friday downplayed President Duterte’s statements telling soldiers to shoot down armed members of the New People’s Army (NPA) right away and disregard human rights.
Now it can be told. Gat Andres Bonifacio’s quest for reforms was one of the “inspirations” the ruling party, PDP-Laban, to push for federalism.