'Iyong asawa ko wala dito to defend himself kaya ako iniisip ko kung ano'ng aksyon. Pinag-aaralan,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
On Friday, November 25, there will be simultaneous reading sessions across the country – the culminating activity to the 2016 National Reading Month
The lack of money to modernize the Bureau of Corrections is crippling the bureau, worsening its age-old problems
Education Secretary Leonor Briones also urges education stakeholders to raise learners to be citizens of both the Philippines and the global society
If passed into law, the measure would impose a longer imprisonment period and higher fines
'We have a challenge in hiring Math and Science teachers....[We need] a huge army of teachers, we'll recruit more,' says Education Secretary Leonor Briones
Rizalito David has asked the Supreme Court to reverse the Senate Electoral Tribunal's decision that favored Grace Poe. He files a motion to resolve the case 'for the best interest of all concerned as well as the nation'
Government officials push for the full implementation of the reproductive health law as part of the efforts to improve child nutrition in the country
The court upholds the constitutionality of two government orders mandating the phaseout of 15-year-old buses, citing public safety
Advocates of the Filipino language who questioned the curriculum before the Supreme Court now urge colleges to 'resurrect Filipino departments abolished because of the K to 12'
Outgoing Education Secretary Armin Luistro calls the first day of classes 'the best school opening thus far' despite failing to meet targets for senior high school enrollment
All eyes are on the government as it fully implements the K to 12 program. Will learners get the best out of senior high school, or will some of them end up leaving formal education as critics predicted?
The childhood friend of president-elect Duterte also has links to his running-mate, Senator Alan Peter Cayetano
Recent scandals in the INC have cast doubt on the power of the church's bloc voting
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A total of 331 students make it to the senior high school program, exceeding the number of slots originally set for transferees
Claire Elizabeth Parker of Australia will take over, according to the pageant organizers
As the Comelec gears up for the elections, some groups are wondering: will they be able to vote?
Let's look back at how some of the 2016 senatorial bets funded their campaigns in previous elections
We review the past campaign spending of political parties with presidential bets in 2016. Will parties once again spend millions, hoping for a return on investment?
There are 365 campaign overspending cases in the ARMM from the 2010 and 2013 elections, the highest among all regions
For the second time, the High Court orders Speaker Belmonte to swear in Lord Allan Velasco as representative of Marinduque, to replace Regina Ongsiako Reyes
Amid the citizenship issues faced by presidential candidate Grace Poe, advocates for children's rights gather to discuss the implications of declaring foundlings like her as stateless
Rappler documents the complaints against the senior high school program that will be implemented in 2016, while Education Secretary Luistro thinks 'there's more excitement than anxiety' about the program
The VP bet chooses the LP standard-bearer as the one he would likely have the hardest time working with if elected together
(2ND UPDATE) The 3 Supreme Court justices in the SET – who affirmed their vote to disqualify the senator – will inhibit themselves from the case, should it be elevated to the High Court
Grace Poe's lawyer says the Comelec case 'has been effectively extinguished' by the tribunal's decision. The opposing camp calls this 'wishful thinking.'
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The senator believes her period of residence in the Philippines up to the day before elections is 10 years and 11 months, but her critics say she still lacks months to meet the residency requirement for presidential candidates
Read here the opinions of 4 senators who voted in favor of Grace Poe, as well as the dissenting opinions of the 3 Supreme Court justices
In its 32-page decision, the Senate Electoral Tribunal dismisses the petition for disqualification based on ineligibility filed by losing senatorial candidate Rizalito David against Senator Grace Poe
(UPDATED) Five senators vote to recognize Grace Poe's rights as an adopted child, while 4 other members of the tribunal vote to disqualify her, according to Senator Tito Sotto
Qualified voters in Sibuco town have to register and undergo biometrics again, following reports of discrepancies in the town's voters' list in 2013
In 2013, Liberal Party's Edgar Erice defeated by around 10,000 the incumbent at the time, National Unity Party's Mary Mitzi Cajayon
Akbayan can comfort itself with the fact that it is not the first leftist group to face this dilemma over which to prioritize. Localist demands led to the unraveling of their communist rivals in the 1980s.
The Supreme Court junks the petition filed by political party Bangon Pilipinas, which sought to nullify the proclamations of the 12 senators in the 2013 polls
Here's the full 107-page reply filed by Senator Grace Poe with the Senate Electoral Tribunal
'The most important lesson I took away from voting in the 2008 US election was to listen, study and evaluate the platform of each candidate running for office'
The success and failure of Hontiveros’ campaign hinged mainly on whether local political forces were receptive to Akbayan’s entreaties to add them to their 'sample ballots'
Recto: 'This should be augmented because if there will be 50,000 employees affected, it translates into about P840 in monthly aid per individual.'
The poll body is set to collect around P52.3 million in fines from 2013 candidates who failed to report their campaign expenses
Among them, 3 are incumbent officials. Meanwhile, cases against 4 candidates have been dismissed due to their death.
Now is not the time to hit the brakes on a national reform we desperately need and have been working towards for the past years
Selangkah lagi Timnas sepak bola U-23 akan menembus partai puncak SEA Games 2015 Singapura. Rintangan terakhir mencapai target final akan dihadapi skuat merah putih melawan Thailand di National Stadium, Singapura, Sabtu, 13 Juni, Pukul 19.00 WIB.
Teachers could be fined P50,000 to P1 million and face imprisonment depending on the gravity of the case
After learning that college workers will possibly lose their jobs, more survey respondents want government to defer or altogether scrap the new education program
Two years after signing the law, President Benigno Aquino III says the country is now ready for K to 12