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Human rights lawyer Theodore Te says, Panelo is 'basically admitting there is no basis for the matrix' implicating journalists and lawyers 'because they can't even come up with a prima facie case'
(3rd UPDATE) 'I want to be able to teach and still look my students straight in the eye,' says Felipe 'Ipe' Salvosa II, who protested the publication of a story linking 3 media organizations, including Rappler, and a lawyers' group to an alleged plot to oust President Duterte
The President's daughter is not completely sold on the claims of a matrix released by Malacañang, saying media entities named in it should be given 'the benefit of the doubt'
(UPDATED) In Malacañang, Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says the supposed intel info should be trusted because it came from Duterte
The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers clash in the NBA Finals for the 4th straight season
The Houston Rockets battle the Golden State Warriors in the Western finals, while the Boston Celtics clash with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern duel
(UPDATED) Days after calling out Rigoberto Tiglao, Vice President Leni Robredo reveals that the 'Manila Times' columnist sent her office an e-mail 'threatening to print more fake news'
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(UPDATED) Manila Times columnist Yen Makabenta's opinion piece used a quote from a fake news website, and it goes viral among pro-government supporters. The US embassy, however, denies Ambassador Nikki Haley made the remarks before the UN.
In 1999, Joseph Estrada sues the Manila Times over a corruption story. Months later, the Gokongwei family sells the newspaper to the President's crony.
UPDATED Manila Times chairman emeritus Dante Ang is a trusted friend and senior publicist of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
The Supreme Court en banc issues the order to Jomar Canlas to explain why he should not be cited in indirect contempt
The World Bank s lead poverty reduction economist in the country says growth has finally started reaching the poor
The IMF predicts that the future will be in services and the Philippines is well suited for the shift
Death comes early for Filipina worker on death row Mary Jane Veloso after Philippine newspapers kill her on their headlines ahead of Indonesia announcing a stay of her execution
Docu aims to reacquaint martyred politician and PNoy s father to today s youth
How one chooses to comport oneself is never reliable as an indication of one s sexual orientation
San Miguel president Ramon Ang blasts a report hinting the country s biggest business group is on the verge of defaulting on its debts