Two Filipino politikos looked completely awestruck when they had a chance encounter with a former world leader. Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea and Senator Bong Go grabbed the chance to have a selfie with former Afghanistan!-->!-->!-->…
He may be an administration ally but Sen. Win Gatchalian would like to let President Duterte know that Bong Go isn't the first senator of Filipino-Chinese descent.
President Duterte attended as a mentor in the baptism of the daughter of Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan Velasco, Velasco's baby is named Sara Kristina after the President's daughter,
President Rodrigo Duterte reported a bit of a squabble between his bright boys during a Cabinet meeting which started on Wednesday and ended shortly after midnight Thursday, September 5.
Naniniwala si Senador Bong Go na may koneksyon sa programa ng pangulo sa war-on-drugs, crime at korapsyon ang isinasagawang imbestigasyon sa kontrobersyal na GCTA kung kayat dapat na may managot at maparusahan.
Convicts of heinous crimes freed because of the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) Law may be shot dead if they don't heed President Rodrigo Duterte's order to surrender within 15 days, Senator Bong Go warned Wednesday (September 4).
The selfie king strikes again! Senator Bong Go can add more precious snaps to his selfie album after scoring photos with Chinese President Xi Jinping and movie star Jackie Chan. Go is among the government officials accompanying!-->!-->!-->…
Sayang ang bala! Duterte prefers death by hanging
Actor Philip Salvador attended Pres. Duterte's State of the Nation Address with friend Robin Padilla, when he walked the SONA red carpet, it was not what he wore that people will remember
President Rodrigo Duterte’s message to his allies in the House of Representatives was basically: “Hindi na lang ako pupunta kung magulo kayo,” according to Albay Rep. Joey Salceda.
Marawi civic leader Samira Gutoc has called on lawmakers to prioritize the passage of bills improving law enforcement and prison reform instead of measures seeking the return of death penalty. "Revive pro life, not pro death bills,” she!-->!-->!-->…
Salamat sa 'Ang Probinsyano' Lapid is lowest spender among newly-elected candidates
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that he threatened to step down if the Senate refused to approve his pet bill seeking an increase in the salary of soldiers and police.
President Rodrigo Duterte just put Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan Jay Velasco in a tighrt position when he confirmed that he suggested term sharing to end the three-way race for the speakership.
Senator-elect Manuel "Lito" Lapid is the only winning senatorial candidate in the May 2019 polls who has yet to file his Statement of Contributions and Expenditures (SOCE) before the Commission on Elections (Comelec).
Senators Nancy Binay, Pia Cayetano and Bong Go got some nice loose change after the midterm polls since they didn't spend all the campaign donations they received.
KAPA Community Ministry International is seeking a lifeline from three senators – Imee Marcos, Bato dela Rosa, and Bong Go - it claimed to have supported in the 2019 elections.
Kapa Community Ministry may be far smaller than religious powerhouses Iglesia Ni Cristo or El Shaddai, but its endorsement benefited three party-list groups in the midterm polls.
President Rodrigo Duterte and Kingdom of Jesus Christ founder Pastor Apollo Quiboloy talked like old friends when they met in Davao City on June 3 despite not seeing each other for three years.
Senate President Tito Sotto appears to have nipped in the bud a possible threat to his leadership by settling the issue on senators’ committee chairmanships.
Senator Cynthia Villar has rebuked Senator Manny Pacquiao for presenting some incoming senators from PDP-Laban as supporters of Senate President Vicente Sotto III.
Former National Youth Commission chairman Ronald Cardema's status as a party-list representative may still be uncertain, but he's acting like he's already a full fledged member of the House of Representatives.