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The General Appropriations bill submitted by the House is still under review by the Senate. Lacson only said his team found 'no pork' during their preliminary study.
The Vice President, as new ICAD co-chair, did not give any order that prohibits guns during police operations
There is no such news from the legitimate Cable News Network (CNN) site
The original article was published in March 2019 and is just being rehashed. Asia’s best-performing currency as of September 2019 is the Thai baht, according to Bloomberg.
Not all of the photos in Samonte's Facebook album were taken after the quakes in Cotabato, and not all are Del Rioz's own
Kabataan party-list representative Sarah Elago is misquoted. She only said that the youth have no bright future because of the administration's policies but made no mention of President Duterte.
The photos are from Mexico, not the Philippines
The woman in the photo is not the same as the one in the original news report
The council did not release the warning and says they do not have technology to predict earthquakes
DOLE has no official announcement about the deployment of Filipino workers to Russia for jobs with a salary range of P50,000 to P75,000
The actress is alive, doing a photoshoot days after the death hoax spread
The Bicol Express, a passenger train service that plies the Manila-Bicol route, remains suspended as of October 2019
The actress is alive, still posting on her verified Instagram account and being interviewed or quoted by local media as of October 23
The information came from a Russian satirical website
The photo of the senator wearing a neck brace and riding a wheelchair is manipulated
The priest and the college girl are not the subjects of the alleged sex video
A photo of an ominous-looking cloud supposedly taken in typhoon-hit Japan is actually from the United States
The young man in the video thumbnail is not the one who was killed
Despite the current state of Metro Manila’s mass transport system, several other presidents after Marcos developed projects that are used by Filipinos today
Government data show poverty incidence was high during the Marcos regime, and it was on a downward trend after the late dictator was ousted
As of October 2019, House Bill No. 6079, or the Child Support Enforcement Act, has not been signed into law. Similar versions of the measure had been filed several times yet remain pending at the House committee level.
The claim is a misquoted statement from a 2017 Philippine News Agency report that was revised and later taken down
The information is from a satirical site, but websites treated it as an official source
The people in the video were intoxicated, not dead, according to a Taiwan-based news channel that refutes the claim fake alcohol was consumed
This is a rehashed claim, based on an order from the Presidential Electoral Tribunal in June 2018
Clashes erupted in Marawi in May 2017 as the military tried to capture 'high-value targets' of the Maute Group and the Abu Sayyaf Group. There was no mention of illegal drugs at the time.
A 2003 court ruling proves that the Marcoses failed to justify the acquisition of their assets which exceeded their salaries as public officials
The Department of Education clarifies the anniversary bonus is only given every 5 years
There are at least 5 other Filipinos of Chinese descent who have become members of the Senate
The signatures in the letter do not match those in government records
As of posting, there are no official figures from the Presidential Electoral Tribunal, which has yet to decide on whether or not to proceed with the rest of the recount prompted by the Bongbong Marcos election protest
Revilla did not propose to make Culion Island in Palawan the next Bilibid prison. The photo of the Manila Bulletin frontpage has been manipulated.
The oldest operating airport in Asia officially opened in Bangkok in 1914
P31 billion has been proposed for compensation adjustment for all government employees, including teachers
There is no such statement from Senator Risa Hontiveros
Official data shows the peso-dollar exchange rate was already at P3 in 1965, and it further depreciated throughout Marcos’ term
Economic indicators show that the country was not even the richest in Southeast Asia from 1965 to 1986
Existing laws on the Social Security System (SSS) grant members specific benefits but not bonuses as described in the claim
Robredo makes no such statement. The proposed SOGIE bill contains no clause on labeling the sex of a newborn in birth certificates.
The bill seeks anti-discrimination on the basis of SOGIE, not infringement on religious liberties or parental authority
The decision to make rapist-murderer Antonio Sanchez eligible for reduced sentence came from the Department of Justice
The original source of the article is Adobo Chronicles, a satirical site
Benjaline Hernandez and Melissa Roxas, both civilians, are neither UP students nor New People's Army members. Roxas is also still alive.
The charges filed by the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption against Senator Hontiveros are unrelated to any PhilHealth issues but concern the Kian delos Santos case
The new law applies to first-time job seekers and can be availed of only once
The senator's privilege speech on extrajudicial killings delivered in 2016 was cut, split, and spliced in the video
The post is a rehashed claim. The GMA News video in the article was about a different man’s genital mutilation done by his wife after a marital fight in Pasay City in 2013.
The national debt is a 'running total' of how much a country owes and is not attributable to a single administration