'We focus on entrepreneurship because we need to, in order to develop our country,' Senator Bam Aquino tells students at the Youth Entrepreneurship Boot Camp
Senators Risa Hontiveros and Paolo Benigno Aquino IV say there is a need to protect victims' families from excessive funeral expenses that benefit corrupt cops
The Marine soldier who once turned against a president he was tasked to secure leads another fight – this time in Congress
(UPDATED) The P550 terminal fee will be waived starting April 30 for face-to-face ticket purchases, and by the end of July for online ticket purchases
'There is no correlation between the state of my knees and the state of my brain,' 76-year-old Education Secretary Leonor Briones tells the Commission on Appointments
Bayan Muna says the Ombudsman 'attempted to shield' Aquino from liability by zeroing in on an Abad-signed circular
'This passage of the Affordable Higher Education for All Act is a clear message from the Senate to every Filipino that we prioritize education, that we choose to invest, first and foremost, in our students,' says Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV
(UPDATED) Voting 18-0, senators approve the Free Internet Access in Public Places Act on 3rd and final reading
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The House of Representatives is also expected to approve the measure on 2nd reading by Wednesday, March 15
The National Food Authority council has decided to extend the rice importation through minimum access volume scheme from February 28 to March 31
(2ND UPDATE) Kris Aquino is working on a new travel special called 'Trip Ni Kris'
Masyadong tumutok sa 'tangible' at 'built heritage' ang Pilipinas, ayon kay NCCA Chairman Virgilio Almario, samantalang 'makikita ng mga Pilipino ang kanilang matandang sarili sa mga panitikang bayan, salawikain, at wika
'Bilang mga kinatawan ng mamamayan, dapat panindigan ng bawat senador ang kanilang magiging boto,' says the senator, pushing for transparency in voting on the controversial measure
Former president Benigno Aquino III says he is 'definitely' bothered by Senator Leila de Lima's arrest and the Senate reorganization that affected Liberal Party members
Six senators now comprise the minority bloc: Franklin Drilon, Paolo Benigno Aquino IV, Francis Pangilinan, Risa Hontiveros, Leila de Lima, and Antonio Trillanes IV
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'Nawala na ba ang pagiging independiente at magiging sunud-sunuran na lang ba [ang Senado] sa ehekutibo?' asks Senator Francis Pangilinan
(UPDATED) The 4 ousted senators join the Senate minority bloc
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We know that she has been charged with many offenses, many of them too ridiculous to pass any laugh test. What we do not know – and what really matters – is whether she is guilty or not.
Organizers of the rally say 6,000 participated in the 'Power of We' protest set on the 31st anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution
Those who gathered at EDSA 31 not only commemorated the People Power Revolution, but protested the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos
Former president Benigno Aquino III leads other Liberal Party members who join the rally to remember the 31st anniversary of the EDSA People Power revolt
After being forced into exile following the 1986 EDSA Revolution, the Marcoses slowly return to politics, with members of the late dictator's family now holding government positions
Habang papalabas ako ng Palasyo at sa aking paglalakad, isang foreign journalist na nagla-live report ang aking nadaanan at nakaringgan na ganito ang sinasabi: 'We, the Americans, like to think we taught Filipinos democracy. Tonight, they are teaching the world.'
Former president Benigno Aquino III also expresses concern over the security of his former justice chief, who is now detained in Camp Crame
'This arrest is purely political vendetta and has no place in justice system that upholds the rule of law. This is condemnable,' say the Liberal Party senators
Representatives from Bestlink College of the Philippines and Panda Coach Tourist and Transport Inc were a no-show during a dialogue with the victims' relatives organized by a lawmaker
'We just want to make this as simple as possible,' says Malacañang, as it explains the Duterte administration's decision to scrap the highlight of past EDSA anniversary celebrations
(UPDATED) Senator Bam Aquino and congressmen Luis Campos of Makati and Salvador Belaro Jr of 1-Ang Edukasyon want to know the liability of the school administrators and the bus company
Several senators question the priority given by the Office of the Solicitor General to the case of Janet Lim Napoles
The consortium says privatizing the operations, maintenance, and upgrade of NAIA would 'discourage the construction of a new airport'
'The former First Lady must be the one to speak for the family now because she knows more than any of the children,' says former President Fidel V. Ramos
'The stabbing of Jaybee Sebastian also puts a serious cloud of doubt on the veracity of his testimony and those of other inmates made to testify who may all very well be fearful for their lives'
The elite group sworn to protect the President, a group often in the background, launches a website that informs citizens about the activities of the PSG and their Chief Executive
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(UPDATED) The military is still investigating the incident, but a spokesman assured the public that the camp was not attacked
The recommendation is for 42 out of the 44 troopers killed in the Mamasapano clash in January 2015. The two others received the award in January 2016.
This is the latest development in the legal battle between an airport consortium and the Philippine government over the ownership of NAIA 3
Findings of the multi-unit police special investigation task group show that PO3 Goemerson Evangelista and PO3 Arnold Nagayo were not among the 7 policemen of the Angeles City Police Station 5 who allegedly victimized 3 Korean tourists
Kim Dae Hee, consul at the South Korean Embassy, also asks Central Luzon cops to have a clear policy on protecting Koreans living and operating businesses within the region
'We are very much concerned about these killings and they seem to be increasing again as the barangay election approaches,' says Calbayog City Mayor Ronaldo Aquino
Will the National Bureau of Investigation and Philippine National Police be able to work together and arrive at the truth?
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Aquino defends himself before the Ombudsman, saying the families of SAF 44 have no basis to charge him with homicide over the Mamasapano clash