The Teachers' Dignity Coalition reminds public school administrators teachers are 'not waterproof,' that their safety amid storms and floods should be considered
The new attack is thought to pose a threat ahead of Hajj, when some 2 million faithful from across the world will visit the site
The sudden announcement by Senators Lindsey Graham, Ron Johnson and John McCain throws into disarray their party's years-long effort to overhaul Barack Obama's health care reforms
In the rebuilding of majestic Marawi City, inordinate attention and resources are needed to bring children back to their schools, and back into their schooling routine
The Coalition for People’s Right to Health holds a caravan pushing for free and progressive healthcare
The court's affirmation can later be used as basis for a forfeiture case against the jailed former governor
A group is now lobbying the US Congress to take a careful look at the violent anti-drug campaign of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
Only time will tell the impact of such sweeping policies on growth, inflation, and unemployment. But before they cause any irreversible damage to our economy, their rationale and effectiveness should not escape scrutiny today.
Vice President Leni Robredo's lawyer Romulo Macalintal says the Presidential Electoral Tribunal must first resolve the issue on the integrity of the election system before proceeding with the recount
The solicitor general of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos appears during the Supreme Court's preliminary conference for Bongbong Marcos' electoral protest
In the preliminary conference for his electoral protest, Marcos says the recount should be initially held in Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Occidental
Vice President Leni Robredo was earlier required to settle payment of the balance of the protest fee on July 14
EXCLUSIVE: Election results in these provinces may be up for recount, if the Presidential Electoral Tribunal grants the petitions of Marcos and Robredo in their respective protests
Former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr pays the remaining balance of his fee prior to the conduct of the preliminary hearing on his electoral protest and Vice President Leni Robredo's counter-protest
EXCLUSIVE: Can election data back up Bongbong Marcos' request to annul results in 3 provinces in the ARMM?
The president of the Imam Council of the Philippines says, 'Bakit po ang mga Muslim lang? Ang mga Muslim ba, 'yun lang ang extremist?'
In a motion for reconsideration filed with the High Court, election lawyer Romulo Macalintal argues that former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr himself is 'not sure of his election protest' against Vice President Leni Robredo
Supporters of the Vice President are raising funds through the online drive 'Piso Para sa Laban ni Leni,' as she faces the election protest filed by former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr
Civil society groups say the approval of Meralco's power supply agreements would lead to '3,551 megawatts of coal entering the pipeline'
Cordillera and Muslim Mindanao officials tell congressmen the regions can't attain fiscal autonomy because firms that exploit their resources pay taxes in Manila
The Comprehensive Reform and Development Agenda is an attempt to secure the future of the region. Conflict and corruption, however, are getting in the way.
The P2.08 billion is the cost of the non-return of 97,365 vote-counting machines to technology provider Smartmatic
In Caloocan, 72-year-old Arturo Fabular walks for 10 hours each day to sell ice drop candy just to make ends meet
Retired Supreme Court Associate Justice Jose Vitug will chair the 3-member panel
Under the Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022, PH's agriculture and mining industry cater to foreign economies while its people look for jobs abroad, according to IBON Foundation
The campaign aims to secure enough signatories to push Congress to pass a law on an integrated national cancer control and prevention program
'Nag-retire na siya sa politics pero di niya puwede pabayaan ang political party,' says Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III, as the Nationalist People's Coalition prepares for the 2019 midterm polls
Attention will now turn to Temer's battle against a parallel case in which he is accused of obstruction of justice and corruption
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
If the 7-judge panel votes to scrap the election result, Michel Temer – who took over only last year when Dilma Rousseff was impeached – would himself risk losing his office
(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
Like scores of Filipino-Americans, we think of what it would be like to return. The downside is we are both concerned, deeply worried, about personal safety.
'The fact that the military made a mistake is enough reason to stop the airstrike,' says former human rights chair Etta Rosales
Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas says the briefing will be open to the public unless the officials request for a closed-door session
There are 9 residents of Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, who are 100 years or older. They are all women, and here are the secrets of their longevity.
The opposition is trying to sway the support of the armed forces, a key pillar of the government of socialist President Nicolas Maduro, who is resisting opposition calls for early elections
Nur Misuari is enjoying temporary freedom from rebellion charges related to the 2013 Zamboanga siege, courtesy of President Duterte
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez agrees to retain the VAT exemptions for cooperatives in the proposed tax reform package at the request of party-list representatives
'Any group who sows terror and then dares to say that they do it in the name of Islam should be ashamed,' says ARMM Governor Mujiv Hataman
In separate statements, lawmakers also condemn the Marawi clashes, with some of them questioning the move to put Mindanao under martial law
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The measure proposes stiffer penalties for parents and syndicates using children to commit crimes, while focusing on the improved rehabilitation of children in conflict with the law
After months-long consultations, Representative Ron Salo says the subpanel on correctional reforms will instead propose amendments strengthening the existing Juvenile Justice Act of 2006
'Fidget spinners are fun to play with. But their small parts may not be tightly secured, can come off and get ingested by kids,' warns environmental advocacy group EcoWaste Coalition
Meanwhile, a House bill seeks early voting for PWDs and senior citizens within a week before election day
Political analyst Ramon Casiple says Bongbong Marcos would have to decide whether he'll run for senator in 2019 or continue with his electoral protest against Vice President Leni Robredo