(2ND UPDATE) The case is filed at the Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court
'The power to bind the Philippines by a treaty and international agreement is vested jointly by the Constitution in the President and the Senate,' reads the Senate resolution
Senator Francis Pangilinan wants the executives of Facebook to explain what steps the social media platform has taken to fight the spread of falsehoods online
"Our goal is to connect people with the stories they find most meaningful, and we know people want accurate information," Facebook says in a statement
Google claims its RAISR tool can cut up to 75% off the bandwidth cost of a downloaded image
Incensed US lawmakers have assailed Barack Obama's outgoing administration for abstaining in the December 23 vote instead of vetoing the UN resolution, essentially clearing the way for its passage
Senator Vicente 'Tito' Sotto III wants the MMDA to create a film festival for independent movies, saying that the revamped MMFF is 'prejudicial to regular moviegoers'
'Trends indicate a comprehensive effort to take West Bank land for Israel and prevent any Palestinian development there,' says US Secretary of State John Kerry in a landmark speech criticizing Israel for its 'settler agenda'
In an alternate universe, what would President Rodrigo Duterte's New Year's resolutions sound like?
The Senate adopts on second reading Senate Resolution 241 that concurs in the ratification of Philippine membership in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
The Senate failed to get a majority of 11 votes from the 20 senators present. Eight senators voted in favor of the resolution, 6 voted against it, while 6 abstained.
The inaugural Global Autonomy, Governance, and Federalism Forum 2016 on October 19 and 20 features over 30 international experts, who will share first-hand experiences and programs from 15 countries
Canada's Shawn Barber competed at the Rio Games after arguing that he was contaminated by cocaine accidentally by a woman he hooked up with through Craigslist
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez and the leaders of the majority and minority blocs issue a resolution expressing outrage over the deadly attack
'This proposed investigation reeks of harassment and various constitutional violations as it seeks to spend people’s money on a witch hunt,' says Ifugao Representative Teddy Brawner Baguilat Jr
Albay 2nd District Representative Joey Salceda files a resolution seeking to bar Donald Trump from entering the country after the Republican presidential candidate called the Philippines a 'terrorist nation'
BSP data show the number of banks operating in the Philippines declined to 622 as of end-March this year, from 646 in the same period a year ago
The court upholds the constitutionality of two government orders mandating the phaseout of 15-year-old buses, citing public safety
The resolution bars incumbent lawmakers and candidates in the May 2016 polls from qualifying as a convention delegate
Adding a layer of qualification to the minimum set by the Constitution for elective offices – like the filing of SOCE before the winning candidates can assume office – is unconstitutional
'It is the obligation of the government to act to save the people from climate change and not wait,' says Emmanuel De Guzman, vice chair of the Climate Change Commission
(UPDATED) Joni Villanueva wins the coin toss for the mayoral post in Bocaue, Bulacan
Some 459 male and 79 female inmates imprisoned in Iloilo City are allowed to vote for all national positions in the May 9 polls
Learn more about taxes on documents, new rules for financial statements, and how being an entrepreneur or investing means being taxed less in the long run
Initial data indicate that the Ombudsman and Sandiganbayan's case turnouts for 2015 are the lowest in 5 years
The country's biggest business groups say the Resolution of Both Houses 1 will remedy outdated constitutional restrictions and attract more foreign investment
UN officials are drawing up plans including rushing UN peacekeepers from the Democratic Republic of Congo to Burundi, or deploying a regional force under the African Union, if the violence spirals out of control
Indonesia is among 50 countries who pledged a total of 30,000 troops at a US summit called to shore up missions under strain from the rise in global crises
The Philippine seafarers are part of the mostly Filipino crew of a Norwegian cargo ship tapped by Norway to remove chemical weapons from Syria, on behalf of the UN and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
'Is nothing sacred anymore for the Bureau of Customs?'
There are all kinds of tensions in the world, and if the Philippines can make the peace process work by creating a democratic, inclusive and genuinely autonomous region it will become a model for resolving conflict elsewhere
The Bases Conversion and Development Authority’s demand for its tenants to vacate the premises prior to the payment of the arbitral award violates the decision of the arbitration panel, the CJHDevCo lawyer says
The National Economic and Development Authority also supports an updated Foreign Investments Act
The Netherlands is tasked with leading the investigation into the cause of the accident and identifying the victims
The Court of Appeals will conduct a summary hearing on the petition for certiorari in July
Gencos must send an SMS report of an unplanned outage, and notify the ERC at least 10 days before a planned outage
House Resolution 1076 will also tackle the 'reasonableness' of tuition and other school fees charged by state universities and colleges
As the summer months set in, the Senate approves on final reading the joint resolution allowing the President to address power shortage
Baguio Mayor Mario Domogan says his city will have less funds for local projects if Camp John Hay is returned to the Bases Conversion and Development Authority
Who says big dreams are unattainable? Make a roadmap to your dreams and see how small steps can lead to great benefits
Several power plants are offline but thankfully, the demand is still manageable that no outages are reported yet in the region
The government is working on other options to mitigate the power shortage especially as summer nears, as it awaits lawmakers' action on its emergency powers request
I have decided – and I am absolutely certain about it – that my new year’s resolution is simply to become a smarter Filipino
Here are ways to use the way you live to save the planet and solve the world's most pressing environmental problems
It makes little sense to implement the Interruptible Load Program during a red alert when there is already insufficient power, says the energy secretary
President Benigno Aquino III asks Senator Sergio Osmena III to be ready with an explanation once the country experiences a power crisis in early 2015, due to the Senate's reluctance to grant him emergency powers
The energy department is banking on 4 options to help avert a power shortage in 2015
Disarmament should not be the be all and end all of the peace process
The Supreme Court en banc nixes a Civil Service Commission memo to government agencies to voluntarily adopt shorter work week to help ease traffic in the national capital region