State auditors say there are firearms and equipment that have not yet been delivered for 3 or more years
Commanders say the jihadists are putting up fierce resistance and there are fears for more than 100,000 civilians believed to be trapped in the maze of narrow streets
'4:44' is Jay Z's first album since 2013's 'Magna Carta Holy Grail'
Tycoon Ramon Ang confirms San Miguel Corporation and its unit San Miguel Pure Foods will sell some shares for compliance
The terminations came as the ride-sharing firm looked into 215 claims of discrimination, harassment, unprofessional behavior, bullying, retaliation and 'physical security.'
'Not caring about the lives of the people is one of the most important reasons for the destruction of this country,' Hussein Mahdi writes on the agency's webpage
A senior credit officer at Moody's says the firm expects the economic impact of the Marawi crisis to be 'minimal and short-lived'
Local governments are 'encouraged' to pass their own local ordinances that will implement Executive Order 26 and the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
'If people think that other donors would be without conditions, I would like to see those providers of assistance who have no conditions,' an EU official says
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No, you can't mount your phone above the dashboard
The Land Transportation Office reminds motorcycle riders that they cannot use their phones even for navigation under the Anti-Distracted Driving Act
Drivers under Transport Network Vehicle Service companies rely heavily on navigational apps like Waze and Google Maps
The Comelec and CHR chiefs' net worth, as well as that of the Ombudsman and chairpersons of COA and CSC, all increase in 2016
The fiber-only internet service provider also introduces 'FiberXtreme' 300Mbps/P4500 and 500Mbps/P7000 a month plans
It's no secret President Rodrigo Duterte dislikes tycoon Roberto Ongpin. But Duterte's friendly approach toward China may be the key Ongpin has long been waiting for to unlock a natural gas windfall in the South China Sea.
Newly appointed assistant secretary Mocha Uson can no longer 'misbehave' in her blog
SSS and NGCP have different interpretations of Republic Act 10752 – the Act of Facilitating the Acquisition of Right-of-Way Site or Location for National Government Infrastructure Projects
Here are the declarations and statements announced at the 30th ASEAN Summit in Manila
Sagar Thakkar, 24, was making more than 10 million rupees ($155,000) a day at the height of the scam, which operated for nearly a year before it was exposed last October, police say
They are accused of approving more than 500 anomalous loans worth over P290 million
The CSC reminds interested individuals to file their applications early as acceptance is on a first-come, first-served basis
The developer, however, does not provide its real estate sales figures for 2016, which is a big component of its consolidated revenues
But the app has a couple of restrictions – destinations must be within 15 kilometers from pickup locations and only a passenger's first 40 bookings are given priority
Mayor Denny Refol earlier argued that many other public officials also have illicit relationships
OPEC and non-OPEC producers are studying whether to extend the cuts for another 6-month period
Some 800 migrant sugar workers from Mindanao were illegally recruited to work in Tarlac by Greenhand Labor Service Cooperative
(UPDATED) CNN reports that a man makes a threat claiming he has a bomb in his car, and that he is immediately arrested and the car in which he was traveling seized
The state-run NHS is hugely reliant on EU immigrants to look after aging Britons, and the latest data after the Brexit vote has put the sector on high alert
Getting from point A to point B in Metro Manila is not a comfortable task. Grab's newest service, GrabShare, aims to do something about that
Jonathan Tran, 26, scaled a perimeter fence at the Washington executive residence just before midnight on Friday
The Internal Affairs Service is an independent body tasked to investigate police accused of violating procedures and regulations
Rejection of a presidential appointee by the Commission on Appointments is rare in Philippine history
The suspension comes as the BBC World Service rolls out its largest foreign-language expansion for decades
A socially responsible and driver-friendly reputation buoys Lyft as Uber faces questions about its culture
A computerized system introduced in 2008 is supposed to address corruption by making processes uniform and transparent and by reducing discretion on the part of land titling personnel. But is the system effective?
The awardees will be given the opportunity to share their best practices through lectures across the country
Some 13,000 young Swedes are expected to be mobilized from July 1, but only 4,000 of them, 18-year-olds of both sexes, will be selected for military service based on motivation and skills
The ride-hailing company scrambles to regain control after a string of mishaps
The Civil Service Commission issues a memorandum amid reports that some government officials and employees do not observe prescribed office hours
The name 'Perfecto Rivas Yasay Jr' appears in the US government's 'Quarterly Publication of Individuals, Who Have Chosen to Expatriate'
The Sandiganbayan 7th Division orders Dela Cruz's arrest over her failure to remit a PhilPost employee's loan payments to the GSIS
Defense Minister Ng Eng Hen says conscription is crucial, especially for smaller countries like Singapore, and those who had abolished it ended up regretting their decision
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