Set to be completed in August 2018, the two additional stations are designed to accommodate 80,000 more passengers daily during the first 5 years of operations
The health secretary echoed the Supreme Court's explanation that the TRO would be deemed lifted if the 'questioned drugs and devices are found not abortifacient'
For the first time, Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano briefs up to 97 diplomats about President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of martial law in Mindanao
This comes a week after the law was suspended due to confusion over its guidelines
Barangay Chairman Angelito Sarmiento is killed inside his home by unidentified gunmen
(UPDATED) A suicide bomber blows up a vehicle near an ice cream shop, and a car bomb explodes near one of Baghdad's main bridges
Local governments are 'encouraged' to pass their own local ordinances that will implement Executive Order 26 and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
Security officials told senators in a private briefing that the military could neutralize the Maute Group even without martial law, the Senate minority bloc says
'Just because they are relatives does not mean that they are already violent,' says National Capital Region Police Office Director Oscar Albayalde
(UPDATED) From 55,095 people as of May 28, the crisis has now forced a total of 71,115 people to flee their homes
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Through the national hotline, smokers can get advice on how to start quitting, and information about facilities that can provide services for quitting
Authorities have embarked on what Amnesty International described as 'a systematic campaign, using the criminal justice system to harass and intimidate' opponents
(UPDATED) The two chambers of Congress are set to convene a bicameral conference committee to finalize the measure before President Rodrigo Duterte signs it into law
Ten days before the snap polls on June 8, the two rivals separately faced wide-ranging questions from members of the public before interrogations by veteran bulldog broadcaster Jeremy Paxman
Candon City in Ilocos Sur goes against the Philippines' local and international commitments to shift farmers away from tobacco to alternative crops and livelihood
It 'does not speak well' of MMDA boss Danilo Lim, says Representative Lito Atienza
The House of Representatives could approve the bill on both 2nd and 3rd readings this week
The opposition senators slam the allegation as 'black propaganda,' saying President Rodrigo Duterte is only seeking revenge against his critics
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Tobacco farmers in Sta Cruz, Ilocos Sur, say their local government uses its share in excise taxes on cigarettes in funding non-tobacco farming projects
The Department of Budget and Management says the drop is mainly due to the absence of big-ticket expenditures in the military's modernization program, which are set for later in the year
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The Commission on Audit says spending money to fix fully depreciated vehicles is 'both excessive and unnecessary'
The Department of Social Welfare and Development says it will provide assistance even to evacuees staying in their neighbors' or relatives' houses
When terror strikes, the first responders are barangay officials, mayors, and governors
Here's a short 'wishlist' from the Pinoy scientists themselves
5 detainees – wanted for different crimes – escape the Naujan town jail
Cindy Crawford, Pierce Brosnan, Milla Jovovich, and other stars pay homage to the 'gifts of love and friendship that mothers give to their children' at the Best Buddies International's Mother's Day event
Although for many, Ramadan is a time for families to gather and break the fast with an iftar meal at sunset and socialize, this year it has been marked by violence
The jihadist group claims in a statement that its fighters 'set up a checkpoint' for the Christians as they headed to the monastery, then killing them and setting one of their vehicles on fire
The NCRPO remains on 'full alert' after the Marawi City clash that prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to declare martial law in Mindanao
The environment department has identified a secured location where the thousands of trees will be transferred to prevent them from getting poached
No group has yet claimed responsibility for attacking the bus
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
As this generation steps into adulthood, they must learn to strike a balance between creating experiences and protecting their future
The High Court notes that the temporary restraining order it issued in 2015 'never meant to enjoin the processing of the entire gamut of family planning supplies that have been declared as unquestionably non-abortifacient'
A total of P1.3 billion worth of stockpile and standby funds are also available, according to the Department of Social Welfare and Development
Analysts say Prime Minister Theresa May could benefit at the UK polls from the shift in focus ahead of the general election on June 8
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals says it 'remained unconvinced' that the part of the measure naming the specific countries had 'more to do with national security than it does with effectuating the president's promised Muslim ban'
'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
In a separate corruption case, Jose Ramiscal Jr is already convicted of malversation and the falsification of public documents
(UPDATED) Solicitor General Jose Calida says they are confident they will be able to prove to the SC that martial law in Mindanao has sufficient basis
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Martial law is meant to give the military control over its coverage area when the civilian government could no longer function