Voting 9-3, the High Court says in its decision: 'Private respondent Mary Grace Poe-Llamanzares is a natural-born Filipino citizen qualified to hold office as Senator of the Republic.'
Rizalito David has asked the Supreme Court to reverse the Senate Electoral Tribunal's decision that favored Grace Poe. He files a motion to resolve the case 'for the best interest of all concerned as well as the nation'
European football's governing body issues the warning as German hooligans became the latest to join street battles that have marred Euro 2016
The camp of presidential bet Grace Poe dismisses the second appeal and says the High Court has spoken on the issue twice
The Supreme Court's minute resolution on the Poe case in effect keeps the door open to a legitimate contest – after the election
(UPDATED) The High Court affirms its earlier decision which says the presidential bet is a natural-born Filipino and has met the 10-year residency requirement. Poe's camp welcomes it.
The Integrated Bar of the Philippines comments on the Grace Poe verdict, in effect telling us that it was just a question of numbers
'From hereon, there can be little doubt in our jurisprudence on the formidable basis for the natural-born status of foundlings'
The dispositive portion causes confusion and gives a false impression that this 'deny due course' decision prevents parties from pursuing a quo warranto case in the future, when clearly it does not
The Supreme Court en banc issues the order to Jomar Canlas to explain why he should not be cited in indirect contempt
Del Castillo says Poe's intent is 'shrouded in doubt' because of having 2 houses in the US – something they supposedly only admitted later on
The unintended consequence and worst nightmare of Poe's detractors have come to fruition. Because of the timing of the decision, the case unexpectedly gives her an immense advantage as the final stretch of the campaign begins.
'To allow a person, who is found by the Comelec not to be a natural-born Filipino citizen, to run for President of the Philippines constitutes a mockery of the election process,' says the senior associate justice
(3rd UPDATE) Three days after releasing the vote in its landmark decision, the Supreme Court explains its ruling. It also says Grace Poe met the the 10-year residency requirement for presidential candidates.
After a nervewracking week, Grace Poe is back on the campaign trail
President Benigno Aquino III hopes the SC decision, which has yet to be released to the public in full, provides clear rules on 'being a citizen or non-citizen of our nation'
Before Grace Poe's case, the Supreme Court had reversed other local cases decided by the Comelec. Get to know them.
The people must now decide whether or not they want her to be president
Vice President Jejomar Binay 'reacts' to his toughest rival's legal victory on the same day a poll names him as the biggest gainer among candidates, if Grace Poe is disqualified
The senator, a member of the SET and who is running for reelection on Grace Poe’s ticket, remains confident the High Court ruling allowing Poe’s presidential bid will not be overturned
(UPDATED) Senator Grace Poe is the top choice of voters, in case either of their candidates bow out of the presidential race
Two of the 4 petitioners say they will appeal the High Court's decision allowing the presidential bet to run for president
Was the Supreme Court ruling a 'divine intervention?' Grace Poe would like to think so
The presidential bet points out: she was found as an abandoned infant in front of a church; she receives news that she can run for president in front of another church
(4th UPDATE) 'We now welcome the verdict of the people come May,' says Roxas' camp, while Binay's spokesman says the decision 'has no bearing' on their campaign strategy
(5th UPDATE) The vote is 9-6 in favor of the presidential candidate
Campaign manager Ace Durano says latest poll results show that presidential candidate Grace Poe remains with a 'strong and stable base support'
We hope the wait ends this week – for the sake of the elections and the Supreme Court itself
The poll body revisits its 2007 decision, including a commissioner's argument that a total ban on the telecast is not possible because Pacquiao 'is of national interest'
Former senator Francisco Tatad says Panganiban's newspaper column 'was intended to put undue pressure on the Honorable Court to rule in favor' of presidential bet Grace Poe
The month of March means a little more than 60 days left before D-Day, like the last quarter of a basketball game with no Stephen Curry in it
Petitioner Francisco Tatad says the Commission on Human Rights cannot just file a memorandum in support of the presidential candidate without being ordered by the court
Rappler rounds up the main points in the memorandums filed by the parties involved in the disqualification case against presidential candidate Grace Poe
A much swifter and simpler way of pursuing cases of overspending and accepting prohibited donation against candidates is through a petition for disqualification
(UPDATED) A rival senatorial candidate says the boxing champ's match with Timothy Bradley in April will give him free publicity way beyond what's allowed by election laws
Did the Supreme Court, in oral arguments, gloss over the presidential candidate’s renunciation of PH citizenship?
In oral arguments on Grace Poe's disqualification, Solicitor General Florin Hilbay use official statistics to support his argument that she is a natural-born Filipino
Solicitor General Florin Hilbay says it was a mistake for the Comelec to consider Poe's 2012 certificate of candidacy for senator as 'conclusive and binding'
The presidential candidate maintains the negative tests will hardly affect the disqualification case against her, as they are merely secondary to her legal arguments
The Senate president, party mate of presidential bet Mar Roxas, wants the Supreme Court to conduct marathon hearings on Poe's disqualification cases
'I explained to the Court that perhaps what is at issue is writing style: different judges write differently,' explains Comelec Commissioner Arthur Lim
So far, the views of 3 justices, all appointees of President Aquino, show they are leaning towards presidential candidate Senator Grace Poe
Justice Francis Jardeleza says the poll body's decision to cancel the presidential bet's candidacy is like saying, 'Foundlings are not-natural born until they produce DNA evidence'
Aside from the disqualification issue, Poe has to work on her messaging, ratings, and campaign organization as she campaigns to be the next president
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There were no presumptions nor assumptions in the Supreme Court case that eventually favored the late Fernando Poe Jr
(UPDATED) Contrary to what he said in 2002, Liberal Party Senator Franklin Drilon now says the RA 9225 or the Dual Citizenship law only grants citizenship and not natural-born status
Many people are excited about his candidacy, but not everyone is happy with Rodrigo Duterte
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The Supreme Court ponders its role as it weighs evidence on presidential candidate Grace Poe’s residency and citizenship