Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial says the implementing rules and regulations of the executive order need to go through one last round of vetting among stakeholders
The House ends its probe into the deadly attack on the hotel-casino, with findings and recommendations expected to be out by next week
Armeen Gomez tells lawmakers he was named Armenio, but gives a vague explanation before invoking his right against self-incrimination
The lawmaker who filed the bill seeking a P3,000 casino entrance fee admits he also gambles, but argues the law does not prohibit legislators from doing so
David Chua, chairman of Travellers International Hotel Group that owns and operates Resorts World, has been subpoenaed to appear on Wednesday, June 21
President Rodrigo Duterte signs an executive order that bans private citizens from staging fireworks displays at their homes
(UPDATED) Victim Elizabeth Panlilio-Gonzales, the late wife of Representative Aurelio Gonzales Jr, allegedly loses a Rolex watch, jewelry, as well as her ATM and credit cards during the attack
More than 100,000 students stand to benefit from the program funded by the 2016 budget of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund
(UPDATED) A law is needed to implement the freedom of information program across all branches of government, says the PCOO
Testimonies from police officials and hotel security reveal a lack of coordination among those deployed to pursue gunman Jessie Carlos
Resorts World Manila COO Stephen Reilly says this shows 'there [was] a degree of confusion' among security forces on the ground during the attack
Parañaque 2nd District Representative Gustavo Tambunting hits PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa for initially saying only the gunman died in the attack
Resorts World Manila president Kingson Sian says victims who were hiding – and eventually died of suffocation – likely thought there was more than one gunman
The House committees invite the Resorts World security team who were supposed to man the CCTV surveillance room, but who left their posts during the attack on June 2
DICT chief Rodolfo Salalima wants local government units to speed up processing of permits for the construction of cell sites
(UPDATED) Even after the discovery of false claims and an old unrelated photo, Aguirre stands by his Department Order 385 to probe into a supposed destabilization plot by opposition leaders
Lawmakers want to clip Pagcor's powers to grant licenses to casinos after Resorts World Manila management admitted security lapses in the June 2 incident
Resorts World also vows to pay P1 million each to the victims' families and P500,000 to those injured during the attack
Stephen Reilly: 'When we played the first videos, I pointed out there should have been security personnel posted on certain points and they were not present'
Lawmakers hold a hearing at NAIA-3 Wednesday, June 7, and plan to conduct an ocular inspection at the crime scene from across the street
Pagcor head Andrea Domingo says Resorts World failed to comply with a recent advisory to strengthen security measures
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial also reveals her department's plan to bring to the Philippines a technology that will detect ambient nicotine present indoors
The order of Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, martial law administrator, is valid 'even outside Mindanao'
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial is one of the 6 from the Western Pacific Region who received the 2017 World No Tobacco Day 2017 Award
Local governments are 'encouraged' to pass their own local ordinances that will implement Executive Order 26 and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
Through the national hotline, smokers can get advice on how to start quitting, and information about facilities that can provide services for quitting
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial says health workers face an 'unprecedented challenge,' but the agencies working on reproductive health 'will not falter'
President Rodrigo Duterte also says he has ordered Presidential Adviser on OFWs Abdullah Mamao to see if some of the terrorists are willing to 'talk peace' with him
'We cannot let other groups take advantage of the crisis in Mindanao,' says QC Mayor Herbert Bautista, who chairs the Regional Peace and Order Council
The Manila Police District says it is on full alert to prevent the clashes in Marawi City from spilling over to the nation's capital
All official maps and charts of the Philippines will now use the name 'Philippine Rise' to refer to the 13-million-hectare underwater plateau near Aurora
Ulysses Dorotheo of the Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance notes, however, that Executive Order 26 is 'not as strong as the Davao ordinance'
President Rodrigo Duterte creates new Cabinet clusters on infrastructure and participatory governance through Executive Order No. 24
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial says they will include e-cigarettes 'when we have more information and recommendation' from the World Health Organization
The President warns that if judges use their power to issue TROs to make money, 'there will be a time I will not honor your orders'
The complaint is rooted in the 48 purchased trains that, according to the DOTr, are unusable for the next 3 years because of signaling system issues
The President says the government will deputize trade union leaders as labor inspectors to fast-track the crackdown on companies that practice 'endo'
This is the President's latest move to elevate the stature of Visayas heroes
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(UPDATED) The DND says the President's new EO allows the Armed Forces of the Philippines to approve its own projects, even those worth P50 million or more
Executive Order Number 17 fulfills the President's campaign promise of elevating the stature of Bisaya heroes
Former Philippine ambassador to the UK Jesus Tambunting is recognized as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for his work in enhancing Philippine-British ties
'What we noticed is that if we are going to concentrate big rehabilitation centers in one region, there would be some difficulties,' says Interior Undersecretary John Castriciones
Environment Undersecretary for Legal Affairs Maria Paz Luna clarifies that the Mining Industry Coordinating Council's review 'is never a review of DENR's decisions'
Veloso's lawyers call the TRO an 'utter disappointment'
The labor department's dilly-dallying is in stark contrast to the President’s consistent and unequivocal stand against contractualization
Among the agencies participating in the eFOI program, one agency stands out for being unresponsive to data requests – the Philippine National Police
ACT Teachers Representative Antonio Tinio warns against complacency in the passage of the freedom of information law