Magdalo Representative Gary Alejano claims Kadamay set up checkpoints inside the government housing project in Bulacan, making it difficult for beneficiaries and local officials to enter the premises
Housing officials tell lawmakers some residents refuse to pay the P200 monthly amortisation in Pandi town since Kadamay members are living there 'for free'
The anti-graft court says former Guinobatan, Albay mayor Juan Rivera failed to present new arguments in his motion for reconsideration
Among the oldest cases are the graft cases against Imelda Marcos and civil forfeiture cases against former president Ferdinand Marcos and his cronies
(UPDATED) Napeek's Facebook post about a bus of Solid North Transport Incorporated sparks action from the LTFRB
US President Donald Trump has suddenly heaped pressure on congressional Republican leadership by saying he expects a vote on a revived version of the bill 'next week or shortly thereafter'
Buses, trains, tricycles, tuk-tuks: how do people get around in the 10 countries that make up ASEAN?
The new rules would limit monthly overtime and levy penalties on firms that don't comply, but critics say it does not do enough to tackle the problem
The unlikely pair chat online in the video posted on Facebook and urge people to break the stigma surrounding mental health
What the seemingly contradictory results of the Pulse Asia and SWS surveys in December 2016 tell us
Training Filipino workers would help them benefit from ASEAN's mutual recognition agreement that allows free flow of labor in the region
The infrastructure conglomerate is set to start construction of the Cavite-Laguna Expressway and Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway, among others, in 2017
The local airline wants to increase its fleet from 14 to 17 jets to accommodate new operations
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Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco Jr says the notary public admitted that the senator's affidavits were already signed before she and Senator Leila de Lima met
The President says the sender refuses to take the luxury watch back. So he plans to sell the watch at a discount.
China is believed to be one of the main manufacturers of synthetic drugs – including opioids such as fentanyl – which have been blamed for public health crises in other countries
The investigation showed that the doctor allegedly involved in the scam charged a consultation fee of P21,000 to P42,000 per ghost patient
The Department of the Interior and Local Government will use the mandatory barangay assemblies – which fall on March 25 and October 8 this year – to gather support for the government's federalism agenda
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives votes on the controversial measure despite challenges over whether Trump and ally House Speaker Paul Ryan have enough backing to get the measure over the finish line
In a significant flex of presidential muscle, Trump warns House Republicans they will face the electorate's wrath if they do not vote to repeal and replace Obamacare on March 23
China says it needs to know more about the allegations that major meatpacking businesses bribed inspectors to get health certificates and masked tainted meat as fit for consumption
After a decade and hundreds of thousands of deaths, the US opioid addiction crisis is entering a new phase – and towns, cities and states are being overwhelmed
Harassment cases are abuses in a different form, says the Gabriela Women's Party
ACT Teachers Representative Antonio Tinio warns against complacency in the passage of the freedom of information law
Doctors Mixie Baduria and Alfonso Regala could have gone to any specialization they wanted after graduation. Instead they are serving in a 2nd class municipality in Northern Samar.
The Syrian government and its ally, Russia, have turned the violent withholding of healthcare into a weapon of war, according to an analysis published in The Lancet medical journal
The Senate already approved the bill on final reading. Thus the bill is a step closer to becoming a law.
By 2026, that number will shoot up to 24 million, the Congressional Budget Office projects, in perhaps the most alarming revelation in its highly-anticipated report
Greg Smith of the International Road Assessment Program says infrastructure is important in preventing serious accidents and deaths resulting from road crashes
(UPDATED) Voting 18-0, senators approve the Free Internet Access in Public Places Act on 3rd and final reading
Companies led by Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, Lucio Tan, Manuel V. Pangilinan, Erramon Aboitiz, Ramon Ang, Andrew Gotianun, and Manuel Louie Ferrer are interested
The House of Representatives is also expected to approve the measure on 2nd reading by Wednesday, March 15
Experts say Trump will struggle to realize the goal of lowering drug prices due to a system that involves a complex web of players and incentives
Aspiring doctor Joel Alejandro and business partner Andrea Relucio win the Sandoz HACk Healthcare Access Challenge in London, United Kingdom for 'Sali' save-a-life app which aims to universalize CPR education and training
Bermaz Auto Philippines will be the first automotive company to be listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange
After 7 years of Republican efforts to rip up Obamacare, it remained unclear whether Trump has the necessary votes to get the controversial replacement measure across the finish line
'This isn't about politics, this isn't about posturing, this is about taking care of the kids,' says Chance, a Chicago native who attended public schools
Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez says, however, his department is coordinating with the DOF to 'fine-tune' the excise tax brackets being proposed for vehicles
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial's directive comes after the death of former volunteer doctor and municipal health officer Dreyfuss Perlas
'She saved lives, she held babies who had Ebola, and she helped them to get better. She did not deserve this kind of treatment.'
Medical student Joel Alejandro creates 'Sali' save-a-life app to help universalize CPR education and training
Lascañas' public confession creates a stir inside the Senate and exposes a divided upper chamber
The public lawyer of prime suspect SPO3 Ricky Sta Isabel – who reportedly owns at least 5 houses and lots and a 4-story commercial building – says his office cannot afford to photocopy his client's counter-affidavit
The PAO retirees, however, will not be paid moral and exemplary damages
The awardees will be given the opportunity to share their best practices through lectures across the country
[Science Solitaire] With the kind of mobile phone dependence that many humans have grown, what effects does it have on the structure of our brains?
The Senate public services committee removes the 'co-use' provision but retains tax exemptions for telcos with franchises
The 4th largest cement firm in the Philippines is expanding its production capacities as the Duterte administration plans to spend more for infrastructure projects
Snapchat's parent company becomes largest US tech firm to make a market debut since Facebook in 2012