President Rodrigo Duterte joined the entire nation on Monday in celebrating the 157th birth anniversary of Andres Bonifacio.
This early, Sen. Panfilo Lacson is eyeing institutional amendments to augment the budgets for COVID vaccines, as well as research and development and a national broadband program for government agencies.
Senator Ping Lacson on Monday ridiculed the explanation offered by House appropriations committee chair and ACT-CIS party-list Rep. Eric Yap about the amendments made by a House small committee to the proposed 2021 budget being mere “errata.”
Senator Imee Marcos warned on Monday that Filipinos here and abroad will face difficulties in their financial transactions if an international monitor decides this month that the country has not done enough to curb money laundering.
After approving it on third and final reading last Oct. 16, why is the House of Representatives still tackling amendments to the P4.5-trillion proposed national budget for 2021?
It is the responsibility of the ordinary Filipino to be vigilant and make sure public funds are not wasted on corruption and incompetence, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said over the weekend.
Malacañang said it is saddened by a report that more Filipinos experienced hunger in the past three months.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday requested the Malaysian government to assist the return of Filipinos stranded in Sabah.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) is eyeing at adopting a “no personal appearance” for voter registrants with passports.
The government is allowing Filipinos to go on “staycations” in hotels located in areas under general community quarantine (GCQ), the Department of Tourism (DOT) announced Friday (September 12).
Malacañang on Thursday said it respect the decision of Malaysia to ban Filipino nationals from entering their country due to the high rate of increase in coronavirus cases in the Philippines.
Here’s some hope for Filipinos who worry about their contributions being lost to massive corruption plaguing the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth): they can still get their hard-earned money back.
Foreigners married to Filipinos can’t enter the Philippines without visas, Bureau of Immigration (BI) Commissioner Jaime Morente reminded.
Malacañang on Thursday appealed to Filipino health workers’ sense of patriotism following their appeal to lift the deployment ban so they can go back to work.
Malacañang on Thursday reminded the country’s Muslim communities to comply with quarantine measures during Eid al-Adha or the Muslim Feast of Sacrifice.
Inamin ni Senador Christopher Bong Go na isa sa tatlong Filipino ang ayaw kay Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte.
Kaya natin ‘to! Senate President Tito Sotto says Filipino people will survive COVID-19 crisis
As telecommuting and work from home (WFH) schemes became the preferred alternative work set-up for various companies under the so-called “new normal” amid the COVID-19 pandemic, two administration senators have suggested to complement their employees with tax incentives.
Former President Joseph “Erap” Estrada is reportedly sad over the House of Representatives’ decision to deny ABS-CBN’s franchise application even if the network had been critical of his administration, Philippine Star editor Marichu Villanueva said.
After bringing down the Lopez family to their knees with the end of ABS-CBN’s media dominance, congressman Mike Defensor has vowed to deliver the “death blow” to their power “oligarchy.”
Law-abiding citizens of the country should not fear the newly signed anti-terrorism law, President Rodrigo Duterte said.
After 100 days of quarantine, Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate and Bayan Muna chairman Neri Colmenares on Tuesday called on Manila Water and Maynilad to waive collection of at least a month of the affected residents’ water bill.