Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says the task force is set up to correct the 'miscarriage of justice' in the probe carried out by the Aquino administration
After Bong Revilla's plunder trial, Jinggoy Estrada is next, to be followed by former representative Edgar Valdez
'We might be sleeping soundly here but our brothers in Marawi City are in miserable condition,' Colonel Alden Juan Masagca, commanding officer of the Army's 901st Infantry Brigade, says in his appeal to Bicolanos
The Red Lions complete an 8-0 record sweep while Ben Mbala powers La Salle's win with a double-double of 45 points and 17 rebounds
The defending NCAA champions San Beda remain the only team unbeaten in the Filoil at 6-0
Rebel leader Rodrigo Londono: 'After the government's repeated non-compliance with the Peace Agreement (signed in November), the FARC is going to seek international monitoring'
World number one Andy Murray achieves his 7th win in 10 meetings and will next face either John Isner or Karen Khachanov.
Senator Risa Hontiveros reminds senators Richard Gordon and Juan Miguel Zubiri of what they said in 2009, when they voted for a joint session to debate on former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's declaration of martial law
Growling Tiger Mario Bonleon explains the real reason behind quitting the UST squad
Members of the Senate and House of Representatives want authorities to explain what truly happened, with some saying local government officials might be involved
French tennis historian Jean-Christophe Piffau says 'the absence of these 3 stars does not weaken the tournament because Roland Garros remains an institution and the Holy Grail for a player.'
Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III says the decision of the Senate in the case of then detained senator Juan Ponce Enrile would likely apply to Senator Leila de Lima
'Everything that I intended to do, I have done it and even more,' Novak Djokovic says of his match against Dominic Thiem
Dominic Thiem will now meet the winner of the quarter-final clash between Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin del Potro.
Equipped from head to toe, Juan Handa is prepared for disasters
(UPDATED) The petitioners – supporters of former vice mayor Francis Zamora – say they gathered 30,000 signatures to back the petition
Representative Antonio Floirendo Jr's removal from the House contingent to the Commission on Appointments comes a day before a House probe into his banana firm's operations
(UPDATED) The P4.5-billion terminal has a 2,600-meter runway that can accommodate bigger aircraft
'My experience with them is that these were persons of principle,' says the former environment chief of some lawmakers who voted against her confirmation
The measure seeks to integrate mental health services into the national health system to make them more affordable and accessible
This will again trigger the pre-trial proceedings halted by Enrile's many legal remedies
The bilingual edition of 'Walay Igsoon' will be launched on Thursday, April 27, 5pm, in QCX Museum, Quezon City
The anti-graft court says former Guinobatan, Albay mayor Juan Rivera failed to present new arguments in his motion for reconsideration
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This resolution comes 12 years after the appeal by the PCGG
Robbie Barrett pays tribute to the Pacquiao-Marquez rivalry with a tattoo that features his suggestively placed nipples
The procession portrays the Passion of Christ, and depicts the night of his death, from the apostles to the crucifixion
He got Gloria Arroyo and Juan Ponce Enrile out of detention. This year, Marcos-time solicitor general Estelito Mendoza has so far managed to postpone Bong Revilla's trial and Jaime Dichaves' arrest warrant.
The proposed measure expands the 20% fare discount for students, covering even holidays and summer vacation breaks
(4th UPDATE) 'Whole neighborhoods' are wiped out following the massive mudslide that hit Mocoa, a town of 40,000
Duterte allies in the House go on a 'nautical highway expedition' as soon as Congress goes on break. They don't bring along a colleague who would have provided some valuable insight.
The head of the transport ministry's civil aviation authority Juan Carlos Pavic says the fire broke out when the plane's right wing touched the ground on landing
He expects his candidacy to be questioned before the Supreme Court but says he is 'confident' he will win as he did not finish his 1st 6-year term
Government sources say they believe the younger Esparragoza was being groomed to lead the cartel after Joaquin Guzman's arrest and extradition
Instead of looking at Mocha Uson as a problem in and of herself, perhaps we can (also) view her as a symptom of a deeper malady: our lack of critical thinking
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez denies the trip is a junket, saying they will be working within the allowable budget for out-of-town committee hearings
Seventeen parties field candidates in Honduras's party primaries on for local councils, national and Central American lawmakers, 3 vice presidents and for the post of president
The Arellano Chiefs Squad garners a total of 218 points to stun the 9-time champion Perps Squad
To be clear, taking an oath of allegiance to the United States is not a requirement to obtain LPR/green card status. But it is a requirement to become a naturalized citizen of the US.
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte says former senator Juan Ponce Enrile did not seek his help on his pork barrel scam cases when they had a one-on-one meeting in Malacañang
BSP executives receive a P6,000-P9,500 per diem for every meeting they attend instead of the P1,000 per meeting allowed by law
'To tell you frankly, the House leadership has fed to the shredding machine the rules of the House,' says Representative Edcel Lagman on the supposed railroading of the death penalty bill
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The leftist rebels' claim of responsibility pollutes the air at the peace talks as President Juan Manuel Santos seeks a deal with Colombia's last active rebel group
Reyes, the former chief of staff of ex-senator Juan Ponce Enrile, is among those facing charges over the pork barrel scam
From June 30 to the days leading to her arrest, the senator personified both defiance and acceptance – defiance of the status quo and acceptance of her future