'Letty' made a name for herself in diplomacy and politics, and championed culture and women's rights
(UPDATED) Dayan is accused of collecting money from drug personalities at the New Bilibid Prison in behalf of De Lima
Prosecutors say Anda Mayor Aldrin Cerdan 'willfully, unlawfully and criminally' rented out the town's equipment to JASA Builders and gave the company 'unwarranted benefits, advantage and preference'
Espino is slapped with a 90-day suspension order by the anti-graft court for allowing illegal black sand mining in his province when he was still governor
The late dictator Ferdinand Marcos needs prayers, not honors, says Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas in a prayer rally in Dagupan City
(UPDATED) 'The attack...is the second on a journalist this year,' says the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines
Despite being falsely accused by President Rodrigo Duterte, Pangasinan 5th District Representative Amado Espino Jr says he will continue supporting the war on drugs
Pangasinan congressman Amado Espino Jr says he will go through the judicial process even if the charges, he says, are 'pure fabrications and politically motivated'
Wrong place, wrong time. This is the story of Oman Manaois, killed by unidentified gunmen and, his relatives say, wrongly tagged as a drug user.
Danica Mae Garcia was five when she was killed in the crossfire after riding-in-tandem assassins shot her grandfather inside their Dagupan home. She is perhaps the youngest victim of the extrajudicial killings that have come together with the bloody war on drugs.
Five-year-old Danica Mae Garcia, perhaps the youngest casualty of the recent spate of extrajudicial killings, is buried on Wednesday in Dagupan City
Pangasinan 5th District Representative Amado Espino Jr says he is 'willing and ready' to face all accusers and evidence that would be presented against him
The target is Danica Mae Garcia's grandfather, who had surrendered to authorities 4 days before the attack on his home
Family and friends insist that what was indicated on the cardboard found with the body of the 22-year-old graduating student was a lie
(UPDATED) According to a coroner's report, the body of the 20-year-old student Roman 'Oman' Manaois had no trace of illegal substance
The Dagupan police warn suspected drug dealers that it's not enough for them to sign surrender papers
The top queries that the service receives are on seed quality and varietal information, pest management, seed availability, and nutrient management
Dynasties sweep the polls in 5 provinces north of Manila: Isabela, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, La Union, and Pangasinan
On the last day of campaign, Grace Poe spends time in vote-rich Pangasinan
Around 3,000 job vacancies from 5 overseas and 16 local companies are made available during the night job fair on May 1
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte gets 35.52% of the university voters while Camarines Sur 3rd District Representative Leni Robredo gets 30.78%
Vice President Jejomar Binay seems 'more comfortable' in the debate in Pangasinan, but is this enough to sway undecided voters?
The presidential candidate's statements during the 3rd presidential debate in Pangasinan hardly give new information about her or her platforms
Senator Miriam Santiago is lauded for giving 'well-founded' answers in the issue of the Philippines' territorial dispute with China
Some voters wish the presidential bets were more straightforward with their answers
The Davao City mayor remains consistent in his messaging, offering 'leadership without details' and his authenticity
Rely on Filipino netizens to beat the political heat and refresh our social media feeds with some humor
Youth voters from Laguna admire Miriam Defensor-Santiago's performance during the final presidential debate
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How did the candidates fare in the final round?
But all TV ads – including campaign ads – take only 22.6% of the 3 1/2-hour debate broadcast
(UPDATED) Even before the final presidential debate in Dagupan on April 24, the war was already in full swing. Let's take a look.
Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago brushes aside speculations about her health and declares she will stay in the race
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte again emerges as the choice of most social media users who voted on Rappler's online polls
Mar Roxas and Rodrigo Duterte agree that the Bangsamoro Basic Law must be passed. Three out of 5 candidates mention anti-poverty programs are critical to peace in Mindanao.
Did the presidential bets deliver in their last chance to woo voters?
The administration bet says if he can present a list of PhilHealth beneficiaries from Davao City, the mayor who's denying it should quit the race
Santiago, who was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in 2014, says she has 'never' thought of using medical marijuana
The candidates' promises to the sector include the creation of 'Department of OFWs,' a state-initiated pension plan, and a portable health card
Struggling in the surveys, the administration candidate makes an emotional appeal to rally to his cause
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte wins the final PiliPinas 2016 presidential debate in Pangasinan, according to netizens who voted on the Rappler poll
Yes, no, why: candidates explain their position on controversial issues at the 3rd presidential debate in Pangasinan
Mar Roxas is asked if he would give a Cabinet position to Bongbong Marcos if the latter wins as vice president
Saab Magalona, Aiza Seguerra, Liza Diño-Seguerra, KathNiel, and more speak up about their candidates and their opinions on the debate
Survey front runner Rodrigo Duterte again wins the netizens' vote in the face-off portion of the 3rd presidential debate in Pangasinan
All 5 presidential bets explain how they will out an end to contractual labor, saying it is illegal
Vice President Jejomar Binay also says his administration will not block former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's bid for house arrest
The popular Davao City mayor is voted by netizens as the winner of the first part of the 3rd and last presidential debate
The presidential candidates are asked about their concrete plans to fix the traffic problem that keeps many Filipinos wasting hours on the road
During their opening statements, all 5 presidential candidates imagine a Philippines under their leadership