The Department of Education (DepEd) has set aside P700 million for the procurement of internet service to 7,000 schools as the country shifts to distance learning amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic
President Rodrigo Duterte submitted on Monday his 14th report on the government's response to the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis to Congress.
Due to delay caused by the prosecution in the proceedings, detained Senator Leila De Lima has asked a Quezon City court to dismiss the case against her concerning allegations that she ordered her former lover Ronnie Dayan to disobey the…
Vice President Leni Robredo views the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 as unconstitutional. Sen. Panfilo Lacson offers to explain the bill to Robredo.
Senate Majority Floor Leader Juan Miguel is open to the idea for Congress to hold a special session to extend the government’s various social amelioration programs under the “Bayanihan to Heat As One Act.”
Before calling a special session, the Executive and Congress must at least agree on the legislative measure to be passed, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Friday.
Albay Rep. Joey Salceda on Wednesday warned that delays in tax reforms, particularly the Corporate Recovery and Tax Incentives for Enterprises Act (CREATE) bill, was “discouraging” foreign investors
The national government has released a total of P246,686,163 million for the special risk allowance (SRA) of 31,933 public health workers (PHWs) assigned on the frontlines battling the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), President Rodrigo…
Malacañang thumbed down the proposal for the government to reschedule the start of the school year, citing Republic Act 7797 that mandates the opening of classes not later than August.
Retired Supreme Court (SC) Justice Antonio Carpio warned that the Anti-Terrorism bill could be worse than martial law.
Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) President Domingo Egon Cyaosa believes the intent of Congress should have been made clear in the proposed Anti-Terrorism law.
Contrary to repeated claims the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 was rushed and vaguely worded, the measure had gone through a gauntlet of legal experts, Sen. Panfilo Lacson maintained Friday night.
Payback time! Boying Remulla wants ABS-CBN to suffer renewing franchise after ‘ridiculing’ Congress…
Deputy Speaker Jesus Crispin "Boying" Remulla wants to give ABS-CBN a hard time renewing its franchise because it has supposedly been unkind to Congress for more than three decades.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday submitted to Congress his latest report on the government's efforts against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic.
House Deputy Speaker Rodante Marcoleta is a member of the influential religious group Iglesia ni Cristo.
The chairman of the House national defense and security committee on Sunday hit back at critics, saying the Anti-Terrorism Bill as proposed by Congress was in fact “moderate and lenient” compared to similar measures in other countries.
Senator Panfilo Lacson said the passage of the controversial anti-terror bill has triggered the surrender of more communist insurgents.
Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III has poked fun at critics of the Congress-approved anti-terrorism bill for suddenly shifting its attention towards the potential lapses on its upcoming implementation.
President Rodrigo Duterte will take into consideration the public interest in evaluating the provisions of the anti-terrorism bill, his spokesman said.
Just like its sister company ABS-CBN, the franchise application of Lopez-owned cable network Sky Cable remains in limbo in Congress amid its supposed expiration last March 30.
House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano has assured the public that the proposed Bayanihan 2 Act will institute mechanisms to improve the Social Amelioration Package (SAP) particularly the distribution of assistance packages.
It looks like it’s the end of the road for now for oppositors of the Congress-approved anti-terrorism bill since it is expected to be sent to Malacañang anytime to President Rodrigo Duterte.