Cagayan provincial police director Warren Tolito says Agustin surrendered to Tuguegarao police at the height of Oplan Tokhang in August 2016. Police investigators, however, are focused on work-related motives due to the nature of Agustin’s work.
Once the fish fry sent here from China have become fully-grown and have reproduced, they will be exported back to Xiamen, where the market price of the said commodity hovers at around P3,000 per kilo
Senator Risa Hontiveros, a member of the Senate finance committee, wants to spend the PNP's drug war budget for police training, investigations, operations, and health programs
While lack of access to education, skills, experience, and decent work remain, the opportunity to provide young people with the knowledge and skills to succeed is also present
The Senate blue ribbon committee wraps up its probe into the shabu smuggled from China, and will now focus on the corruption in the Bureau of Customs
Labor Undersecretary Bernard Olalia talks about new opportunities and other emerging markets for OFWs
Two members of the Malaysian Parliament express disappointment over the incident, saying they complied with the 10-day visit notice
The southwest monsoon is affecting Southern Luzon, the Visayas, and Mindanao
Foot traffic at the Resorts World Manila complex is almost back up to pre-attack levels, while an expansion of its casino area is eyed for completion by December
Assuming one violation per vehicle, almost half of all the registered vehicles in the National Capital Region figured in a traffic violation in 2016
‘Ball is Life’ gets thrown around pretty loosely. But for would-be Fighting Maroon Rob Ricafort, it’s more than just a saying - the sport helped save his life.
'We're confident that the protesters will police themselves. We appeal to them not to commit crime,' says PNP spokesperson Dionardo Carlos
Marawi Bishop Edwin dela Peña also urges Christians 'to continue caring for the Maranaos' by sending help through government, NGOs, or the Catholic Church
Under the proposed measure, owners of private vehicles should secure children in a child restraint system while in transit on any road, street, or highway
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II, a member of the Lex Talionis fraternity, says the 1987 Constitution protects people's right to form associations
This comes as the rise in killings has bothered the nation and its legislators to question the legitimacy of police operations
'Mandatory 'yun eh. He's violating the law. In fact, the Supreme Court should file charges against him,' says Senator Richard Gordon on San Juan City Regional Trial Court Judge Jovencio Gascon
Referring to conversions, Marawi Bishop Edwin dela Peña says, 'There is no substance to it if you are under duress. You cannot give your full consent'
Special promos await shoppers during the hundred-day countdown
'We want to empower the children to become leaders someday,' says Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Cabanlet, founder of the Football for Peace Movement
Body cameras protect both victims of police operations gone wrong and the police personnel themselves, says DILG officer-in-charge Catalino Cuy
The Philippine Investment Funds Association is optimistic about the Philippine GDP's growth momentum for 2017. Learn how to tap into this by attending the Mutual Funds Conference on September 23
The Kalasag Medal is reserved for individuals who lose life or property while supporting an advocacy of President Rodrigo Duterte
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On the 45th anniversary of martial law and some 30 years after his death, Jose Diokno lives on, his ideals and his dreams, and his deeply held belief that it is worth building 'a nation for our children'
'In our country, being one of the low-income countries, road crashes are a major concern. It’s a world health issue,' says Superintendent Oliver Sy Tanseco of the PNP-Highway Patrol Group
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says he supports the resumption of peace talks but says he has yet to convince President Rodrigo Duterte
'Hindi na 'to magtatagal, madali na 'to,' Armed Forces chief General Eduardo Año says
The respondents face a string of complaints, such as allegedly conspiring to import illegal drugs, protecting drug traffickers, and violation of the anti-graft and corrupt practices act
Arellano nabs solo second in Group B with a 3-1 record and solidifies their campaign for a semifinals slot
Local stocks post a new milestone just before the Chinese ghost month ends on Tuesday, September 19
The City of Gentle People goes wild and happy in Sandurot Festival 2017
Other private groups will be able to submit competing offers under a Swiss challenge, while the original proponent, the Pangilinan-Ayala group, would be given the right to match them
UP dominates the Lady Blazers in almost every aspect of the game.
One of the 3 fraternities based in the UST Faculty of Civil Law, Aegis Juris subscribes to the motto 'Do no injustice, suffer no injustice'
Dela Rosa asks for volunteers among Davao police to replace the entire Caloocan police force, following a string of high-profile deaths that implicated the station
Mark Taguba's lawyer says the NBI complaint is flawed and incomplete
The railway would be an elevated 9.4-kilometer train line from Diliman, Quezon City to Lerma, Manila
We need a president who will reform Congress and a Congress that will reform the presidency. We need a citizenry that will insist on having both.
Despite being held captive for more than a hundred days in Marawi City, Fr Teresito 'Chito' Soganub is still able to crack a joke as he faces the media
Bolado, an 11-time PBA champion, played in the league from 1994 to 2003.
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Jonas Sultan is now the number one contender for IBF junior bantamweight champion Jerwin Ancajas after defeating Johnriel Casimero
Rappler Carmela Fonbuena joins the first group of journalists allowed to enter the heart of the battle area. Watch her report.
TNT held off Star to notch their 7th win
The end-June 2017 level is also down by $5.2 billion from the same time last year
The 17th Congress, when viewed in tandem with the Duterte presidency, reveals the phenomenon of perverted pluralism (elitism) combining with perverted populism (one-man rule). Indeed, this signals 'change,' albeit from bad to worse.
Bicol, the Visayas, Zamboanga Peninsula, Northern Mindanao, and Caraga will have light to heavy rain