Mendoza represented the 4th District of Batangas in the House from 2007 to 2016.
Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) Chief Persida Acosta on Wednesday (Nov. 25) filed another batch of complaints against Health Secretary Francisco Duque III and former health secretary and current Iloilo Representative Janette Garin face more complaints over their alleged liability in the deaths of schoolchildren who received shots of the experimental Dengvaxia anti-dengue vaccine.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Wednesday (Nov. 25) has vowed that the Task Force Against Corruption (TFAC) will run after legislators engaged in corruption.
If you want to settle disputes, don’t go to any of the shows like those of the Tulfo brothers.
ACT-CIS party-list Rep. Eric Yap may be a neophyte congressman, but he’s enjoying perks more senior lawmakers can only dream of.
Senator Sonny Angara is pushing to keep books tax-free in the country.
Allies of House Speaker Lord Allan Jay Velasco have their comeuppance at his rival, former Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano, now that the latter is no longer in control of the chamber.
Malacañang announced on Wednesday that the Office of the President has added an 8888 short message system (SMS)/text service platform to the 8888 Citizens’ Complaint Center (8888 CCC).
President Rodrigo Duterte appointed Justice Remedios Salazar-Fernando as the new presiding justice of the Court of Appeals (CA), Malacañang confirmed Wednesday.
Pacquiao will be playing the role of a guerilla leader in Panay.
The Senate defense committee will have to study first the idea of inviting Communist Party of the Philippines founding chairman Jose Ma. Sison to its next hearing on alleged red-tagging.
They are employed by the government, yet they condone the New People’s Army and its violent armed warfare targeting their employer.
Sen. Panfilo Lacson stressed Wednesday the need to revisit the functions of the Philippine International Trading Corp. (PITC), which he said is turning out to be a redundant agency.
“Kung may makita akong katibayan na binenta niya ‘to, hahanapin ko po siya at kakasuhan,” Sotto said.
Sen. Panfilo Lacson is not keen on slashing the President’s intelligence and confidential funds, after learning they are being used to augment the police and military’s own intelligence funds.
To make sure the 2021 budget will be responsive to the effects of the pandemic, Sen. Panfilo Lacson bared Wednesday details of his proposed amendments to the spending bill.
Senator Imee Marcos on Wednesday said world leaders must agree on a global price ceiling, even a waiver on patents for vaccines, if less developed countries are to gain greater access to immunization against Covid-19.
Recognizing records of animal cruelty in the country, Senator Leila de Lima has filed a measure seeking to impose stiffer penalties for crimes involving animal abuse and negligence.
The House of Representatives on Tuesday night approved on third and final reading a measure creating an electronic commerce (e-commerce) bureau to protect consumers and merchants engaged in internet transactions.
Mga kabalitaktakan! Tutok na at samahan natin si Jon Ibanez sa paghahatid ng maiinit na balita dito sa Balitaan at Kumustahan
Instead of harboring ill feelings towards his bashers, Senator Manny Pacquiao uses them to his advantage.
Malacañang warned “tiangges” of possible closure should they fail to implement health protocols against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19).
President Rodrigo Duterte will study the possibility of extending the suspension of the termination of the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA), Malacañang said.