Salamat sa 'Ang Probinsyano' Lapid is lowest spender among newly-elected candidates
Senator Lito Lapid only needs to move in to his new office at the Senate because its former occupant already did an excellent job in sprucing up the space.
Comelec to Lapid: No SOCE, no assumption of office
Ormoc Mayor Richard Gomez is supporting the call to declare the late actor Eddie Garcia as national artist
The Senate's "macho bloc" has a new member, It's reelected Sen. Nancy Binay! Sen. Panfilo Lacson made the announcement on Twitter
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.
The so-called "macho bloc" in the Senate has gained a new member in the person of Senator Nancy Binay.
Senator Ping Lacson is annoyed that some first-time senators have unabashedly demanded to pick their preferred Senate committees in the next Congress.
Senator Panfilo Lacson will be passing around a resolution to senators seeking their support for Senate President Vicente Sotto III amid reports of a looming leadership change at the chamber in July.
It took the Commission on Elections more than a week to finish its tally but it’s finally over.
Former senator Jinggoy Estrada may have lost in the senatorial race, but he appears to be equally happy that his half brother, Senator JV Ejercito, is unlikely to return to the Senate as well.
Only a quarter of the 12 seats in the Senate are still up for grabs based on the latest unofficial and partial results released by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) as of 8:22 p.m. with 95.37 percent of election returns processed.
The bottom three in the Top 12 senatorial race is where all the action is.
At least three former senators are assured of a comeback in the Senate as the fight to land in the last remaining places of the so-called "Magic 12" remains fierce.
Senate President Vicente Sotto III on Monday formally endorsed 10 of his preferred senatorial candidates.
Former senator Lito Lapid has leapfrogged to third place in a senatorial race that now sees two women vying for the lead, according to Pulse Asia's latest voter preference survey.
The second largest political party in the country has thrown its support behind the senatorial bid of actor Lito Lapid.
Sinabi ni Senador Win Gatchalian na tiniyak ng kanilang mga miyembro ng Nationalist People's Coalition mula sa opisyal ng lokal na pamahalaan tulad ng Governors at Mayors ang suporta sa kanilang senatorial candidates na sina Lito…
Naniniwala si Senador Win Gatchalian na posibleng madagdagan pa ang kanilang susuportahan na Senatorial Candidates bukod sa tatlong miyembro ng NPC na sina Senadora Grace Poe, Senador JV Ejercito at Lito Lapid.