If she fails to attend the July 25 hearing, then the Ilocos Norte governor will be arrested by the House, where her accuser Rodolfo Fariñas is majority leader
'There are two claimants to the presidency,' President Rodrigo Duterte says as speculations swirl about his health
Ilocos Norte Provincial Board members approve the resolution against House Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas, who says he will sue the local officials
This comes after Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos said she would not attend the House probe into the alleged misuse of provincial tobacco funds
The Vice President cannot risk completely disengaging from government. Her access to the President and Cabinet members can advance her pro-poor agenda.
The provincial officials' lawyer Estelito Mendoza urges the Court of Appeals to grant their petition for a writ of habeas corpus
Calling himself the 'tribune of the people,' Solicitor General Jose Calida has visited a drug lord in jail and faced the Supreme Court – all to bring down a Duterte critic
The IBP advises the House committee to file a petition for certiorari before the High Court if it doesn't agree with the CA
Duterte should be made to understand somehow that, if people wonder whether he is sick, or worse, it’s not personal; it’s constitutional
The Liberal Party's 'rebranding' is a hard and messy work in progress, as Rodrigo Duterte marks his first year in office
Vice President Leni Robredo makes a side trip to Massachusetts to help clean and fix the apartment of her daughter who will study in Harvard for a year
(UPDATED) 'I was not the one who wrote it. I was not the one who signed it,' says Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II about the DOJ's latest resolution on charges in the killing of Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr
The committee on good government asks appellate court justices to explain their order for the provisional release of the Ilocos Norte officials detained by the House
The good government committee tells the officials, 'If you’re not willing to answer any questions, wala po kaming magagawa kundi ibalik kayo sa detention cell'
The P2.08 billion is the cost of the non-return of 97,365 vote-counting machines to technology provider Smartmatic
Senators say the decision was 'anomalous, questionable, and an insult to the Senate' that investigated the killing
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No post-authoritarian president has publicly mused about the declaration of martial law as much as Rodrigo Duterte
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Court Administrator Midas Marquez is applying to be the next associate justice of the High Tribunal
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The Ilocos Norte governor would be cited in contempt if she skips the House hearing set for July 25, says Representative Johnny Pimentel
Superintendent Marvin Marcos and 18 others are accused of killing Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr
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Retired Supreme Court Associate Justice Jose Vitug will chair the 3-member panel
Asked whether he was referring to Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos, Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas says, 'Your guess is as good as mine, maybe even better'
Former senator Bongbong Marcos says he feels sorry for the situation of the officials, claiming they are 'beginning to suffer symptoms' while in detention
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno tells the Solicitor General that the declaration of martial law cannot be shrugged off as being a mere political question
The House of Representatives rejects a Court of Appeals ruling ordering an explanation for detaining 6 Ilocos Norte officials who were deemed uncooperative in a committee hearing
(UPDATED) From touching scenes in crisis-hit Marawi City to protests in Metro Manila, here is a look at how Filipinos celebrated the 119th anniversary of the declaration of the country's independence
'We are already seeing our institutions being eroded... We must move swiftly and effectively to ensure that they are strong enough for our children's children,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
Read Vice President Leni Robredo's 2017 Independence Day message in full
(3rd UPDATE) This was supposed to be Duterte's first Independence Day as president
Here are the events lined up as the Philippines celebrates the 119th anniversary of its independence on Monday, June 12
This is the first time since the Marcos-era years that a portion of the country marks Independence Day under martial law
The CA orders the officials' release on June 9, but Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas says they have questioned the court's jurisdiction over Congress' contempt powers
The new resolution is the DOJ's latest flip-flop. It downgrades murder charges to a lesser and bailable offense of homicide and also dismisses malicious warrant charges against the cops
Lawmakers and Cabinet officials will lead Independence Day activities in other parts of the country
The justice department reverses the decision of the Manila Prosecutor’s Office, which didn't find merit in the complaint of Ferdinand Marcos Jr's camp
Without presenting proof, Duterte Youth chairman Ronald Cardema claims that President Rodrigo Duterte should have gotten 'more than 20 million votes'
(UPDATED) The preliminary conference, originally set for June 21, is reset to July 11
In a new motion, the camp of defeated vice presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr seeks the decryption and printing of ballot images from SD cards
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos condemns the 'heinous' killing of her ally, Marcos town mayor Arsenio Agustin
Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas, who had initiate the probe, doubts the Court of Appeals will find their detention illegal because they gave 'dismissive' answers to the committee