Questions must be asked now, before the freedom to ask is itself lost
But the military insists this 'does not confirm the clear presence of ISIS' in the Philippines
In a separate corruption case, Jose Ramiscal Jr is already convicted of malversation and the falsification of public documents
'They have no bases, they have no sympathizers here. It’s not good for them to go to unfriendly areas,' says Major General Jon Aying, commander of the 3rd Infantry Division
Solicitor General Jose Calida says the consolidation of legal functions under his office would 'result in a leaner, cleaner government bureaucracy'
Team Philippines is seeded with France, El Salvador, Romania and Slovenia in the FIBA 3x3 World Cup.
Nickel Asia's vice president for corporate communications Jose Bayani Baylon explains their operations in the province of Palawan
State auditors say the lack of time records made it difficult to determine if 248 OSG lawyers and 4 directors incurred unauthorized absences or tardiness
The uncle of Andre Dirrell is wanted on assault charges for sucker punching boxer Jose Uzcategui after the fight had ended
The Comelec and CHR chiefs' net worth, as well as that of the Ombudsman and chairpersons of COA and CSC, all increase in 2016
Former solicitor general Florin Hilbay says Republic Act 9417 or the OSG Law guides the allowances of lawyers at the Office of the Solicitor General
Officers broke down the door of the toilet cubicle where the suspect had been to discover the Peruvian was not there, and a small window inside was open, the official said.
The incoming Philippine Foreign Secretary says 'there are ideas that are practical and good but not necessarily legal'
(UPDATED) Communist leader Jose Maria Sison raises 8 questions regarding President Rodrigo Duterte's plans to heavily borrow from China amid a warning it could turn the Philippines into a debt slave of the Asian economic giant
At the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing, Duterte envoy Jose de Venecia Jr suggests turning the South China Sea into a 'zone of friendship'
'Our Mighty Yaya' is just too hollow to really make any impact
(UPDATED) The 80-year-old former Pangasinan lawmaker is back in government after a long break from politics
Solicitor General Jose Calida lauds the Court of Appeals for clearing Janet Lim Napoles in her serious illegal detention case, and says this acquittal has no effect on the pork barrel scam cases
But Representative Divina Grace Yu says the stand of the majority of her committee members will trump her personal view on the controversial bill
Lawyer Jude Sabio says it is Solicitor General Jose Calida who should be disbarred 'for his complicity in the war on drugs'
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The joint venture, which also involves the Philippines' most valued startup, will create themed mixed-use developments
(2ND UPDATE) ERC chairman and CEO Jose Vicente Salazar is accused of 'serious dishonesty, gross neglect of duty, and grave misconduct'
Metro Pacific's president and chief executive officer wants logistics to be a major contributor to the conglomerate's operations
The approved bills include one that prohibits hospitals from demanding deposits before treating patients, and one that mandates free public internet access
After winning the silver medal last year in the same category, Zamboanga Peninsula’s Jose Maria Pague beat Negros Island Region;s Ibarra Ortega with a score of 8-3
(UPDATED) In a statement, Tadeco says Calida's statement is 'premature and uninformed' as past justice secretaries had found arrangements to be valid and beneficial to BuCor and the country
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'It is an indication that the family would like to professionalize the management of the SM group in preparation for the future,' says its new chairman, Jose Sio
The Bureau of Customs files a complaint over the real estate developer's unpaid taxes on construction materials imported for the Iglesia ni Cristo-owned Philippine Arena
A spokesman for the ministry of penitentiary affairs, who gave the toll of dead and wounded, says 9 of those killed died of gunshot wounds
In Antique, Jose Pague and his group from Zamboanga Peninsula win a gold in the team competition of the secondary boys division
(UPDATED) Solicitor General Jose Calida says the complaint of Jude Sabio is another 'baseless suit' that violates the Supreme Court's earlier warning to the lawyer
Established only in 2003, Cebu Landmasters already has 11% market share of Cebu’s property scene. The company is planning to launch its IPO next month.
Hari ini, Olga Lydia melangsungkan pernikahannya dengan Aris Utama di Gereja Katolik Katedral, Jakarta Pusat
Olga dan Aris menikah di Gereja Katolik Katedral, Jakarta, Jumat, 21 April
Olga dan Aris menikah hari ini, Jumat, 21 April di Gereja Katolik Katedral, Jakarta Pusat
Dancers prepare for their national performance as athletes make last minute mind and body conditioning before the Games open on Sunday, April 23
New DFA spokesman Robespierre Bolivar says the upcoming ASEAN Summit will also be a chance 'to show the best of the Philippines'
The Supreme Court affirms its rejection of a petition that alleges the SEC guidelines on foreign ownership were ‘tailor-made’ to allow PLDT to skirt the cap set by the Constitution
'If the development of the regions can be achieved by decentralization, why still make them independent states and divide the country as a result?' asks former Supreme Court Justice Vicente Mendoza
The Solicitor General also says it was 'prudent' for him to 'provide much needed moral support' to the VACC, the group that filed the complaint against De Lima
De Lima's lawyers insist, however, that the issue is 'legal nitpicking and hairsplitting' and does not merit the High Court's attention
'These various due process violations, disregard of constitutional rights, and violations of laws and procedure, reveal a clear and unmistakable pattern of persecution,' Senator Leila de Lima tells the High Court in her memorandum
Akdang-Buhay: F. Sionil Jose talks about literature, colonialism, and class struggles
(UPDATED) 'I am most likely to visit the Philippines to promote and advance the peace process,' CPP founder Jose Maria Sison tells Rappler