In his sponsorship speech, Eastern Samar Representative Ben Evardone says the bill seeks to stop criminals from exploiting the weaknesses of the country's anti-money laundering law
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The De La Salle University table tennis star will undergo treatment this week, according to a statement from De La Salle University
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
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Czar Amonsot will help Jeff Horn in the gym as he attempts to end Manny Pacquiao's title reign
(UPDATED) France's President Emmanuel Macron and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin seek to improve their countries' strained ties
This is the second known mistake committed by the state-run news agency in May 2017
The Barangay Ginebra big man is seen at the wake of Jusper Soriano, affectionately known as 'Little Japeth' by those close to him
Our babyboomer mayor-president may think he is living in the 1970s, but things have changed a lot since then
Investors swarm Eagle Cement's debut on the Philippine Stock Exchange, as the Ang-led company goes full blast in its expansion
It 'does not speak well' of MMDA boss Danilo Lim, says Representative Lito Atienza
China is 'strongly dissatisfied at the G7 summit gesticulating over the issues of the East and South China seas under the guise of international law'
The House of Representatives could approve the bill on both 2nd and 3rd readings this week
EXCLUSIVE: Rappler sits down with Major General Rolando Bautista, the commander who ordered the military to raid a village in Marawi City last Tuesday, May 23
Flat wages and the government's austerity program continue to bite and cause anger among those left behind
(UPDATED) The House committee on good government and public accountability also detains 6 Ilocos Norte officials for giving 'dismissive' answers during the hearing
Trump: 'It is my opinion that many of the leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media'
President Rodrigo Duterte says Congress and the Supreme Court cannot tell him what to do because they are 'not the ones risking their lives' on the battlefield
The United States embassy in Manila tells Americans there will be possible checkpoints and increased police visibility in the capital
Wearing retro jerseys, Ginebra pulls away late in the game while Meralco ends the elimination round on a 3-game losing skid
The KaTropa finish with an 8-3 record and are still in contention for a twice-to-beat advantage. The Elasto Painters end with a 5-6 slate.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development says it will provide assistance even to evacuees staying in their neighbors' or relatives' houses
According to the curator of the Aguinaldo Shrine, it's important to revisit the history of the flag and be reminded of how our heroes fought for our independence
When terror strikes, the first responders are barangay officials, mayors, and governors
The La Salle community has united behind the table tennis star, posting calls for blood donations on social media
'Past experiences are not, and cannot be invoked to object to the proclamation of martial law in Mindanao'
(UPDATED) The report, if confirmed, would raise new questions about the Trump team's relationship with the Russians, who US intelligence agencies say tried to sway the November election in Trump's favor
Philippine Institute of Development Studies finds that energy consumption increases as the level of discomfort brought by higher heat index rises
As China and the Philippines engage in bilateral talks, Manila should revisit the South China Sea arbitral award and not sleep on its rights
Saturday's protest in Caracas was held to mark 10 years since the government shuttered a popular television station
Duterte is using a sledgehammer to take on a job that is properly accomplished with precision tools. It is the convenient but indiscriminate weapon of an authoritarian leader.
Alaska loses 6 straight games after starting out at 4-0, while San Miguel ties Ginebra at 7-2
A southwest monsoon is affecting the western section of Northern and Central Luzon
The NCRPO remains on 'full alert' after the Marawi City clash that prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to declare martial law in Mindanao
This is not the first time an incident involving disrespect for the flag has gone viral
(UPDATED) A Washington Post report says the secret comms proposal was made December 1 or 2 at Trump Tower in New York, according to intercepts of Russian communications that were reviewed by US officials
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas attributes this to lower oil prices and electricity rates
Never once uttering Trump's name, she urges graduates to get politically and socially involved, saying that the future of America depends on 'brave, thoughtful people like you insisting on truth and integrity'
The Gin Kings took another step forward towards securing twice-to-beat advantage
GlobalPort improves to 4-6 as Terrence Romeo scores 26 points
A southwest monsoon is affecting the western section of Luzon and Visayas
The Philippine Coast Guard is also intensifying its security inspections on sea vessels docking in Negros Occidental, especially those from Mindanao
Are we better off after a year? Did we have a Marawi situation last year?
And whoever says that Congress need not convene to deliberate on the matter had better read the Constitution again
'His status does not allow him to talk about the politics of any country, let alone ours,' says Ecuador's new president Lenin Moreno
This is perhaps the tactical objective of terrorists attacking democracies: to force countries into draconian measures by increasing the trade-off between security and freedom
Estrada-Kalaw served in the Senate from 1965 to 1972 and was the first woman reelected as senator