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The case is related to Bienvenido Tantoco, his family members, and former Tourist Duty Free Shops chairman Dominador Santiago who were allegedly used as dummies for the Marcoses to obtain P1 billion in ill-gotten wealth
The signatures in the letter do not match those in government records
The Office of the Ombudsman, tasked with recovering ill-gotten wealth from corrupt public officials, gives integrity awards to ordinary Filipinos who returned money they found while doing their jobs
'Sometimes, he asks if we can abstain from sex for a while because he hates the feeling of getting sick after we make love'
The civil suit involves 3 cases of allegedly using dummies and government corporations to enrich the Marcoses
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The missing paintings have 'a lot of value' that can be used to compensate victims of Martial Law, says human rights lawyer Robert Swift
The Presidential Commission on Good Government secures Malacañang's approval to auction off Imelda Marcos' Hawaii Collection
The state auditors want to verify some $2.98 million disbursements made against the $5-billion recovered ill-gotten wealth of the Marcos family
We can delay death, of course, but we cannot run away from it. So we should really learn how to live and talk about death in our normal conversations.
The vice president says there are court decisions, not only in the Philippines but also is Switzerland and the US, to prove that the Marcosses stashed ill-gotten wealth
The anti-graft court has found evidence that Imee Marcos is a beneficiary of the illegal Swiss foundations created and maintained by their mother, Imelda Marcos
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos says she cannot comment while the case is still under appeal
The Marcoses’ ill-gotten wealth has been proven in courts and the wealth recovered is accounted for by the PCGG
(3rd UPDATE) The civil case seeks to recover P200 billion worth of alleged ill-gotten wealth filed against Imelda Marcos and children Imee, Bongbong and Irene, plus billions in damages
Rappler speaks to psychiatrists, psychologists, and life coaches who say mental health illnesses and suicide cases among the youth have drastically increased
The Supreme Court also tells petitioner Danilo Lihaylihay that 'frivolous litigation...hampers the resolution of more meritorious cases'
But the World Health Organization stops short of lumping the condition together with addictive behaviors like substance abuse or gambling
Papa Mamadou Diagne, a sociologist, writes, there are 'no official numbers' but 'the number of mentally-ill people on the streets of Dakar is on the rise'
RJ Señeres' journey started way before his career in music – in their 3-bedroom apartment in Abu Dhabi, when he was just 11 years old. This is his story.
Representing the Philippines, the team of Where There Is Hope will be highlighting their advocacy for mental health awareness at the United Nations Youth Assembly this coming August
The Sandiganbayan says it's the Office of the Solicitor General and not the Office of the Ombudsman which should pursue the forfeiture case
The singer tells Essence magazine that she has found joy after giving birth to her son Eissa last year
The Supreme Court's First Division upholds a 2010 Sandiganbayan ruling which dismissed a PCGG complaint that sought damages from the estate of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his cronies
You are not alone. You do not deserve to be judged, hurt, or be called derogatory names. You deserve to belong and be acknowledged.
Cuba reaffirms its desire to 'cooperate with the US authorities to clarify the situation' after more than 20 US officials posted in Havana suffered injuries consisted with a brain injury
The recent deaths of food journalist Anthony Bourdain and fashion designer Kate Spade have sparked calls to strengthen mental health policies worldwide
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'Dagdag rin sa ating pangamba na mauwi ang pagsasawasto ng naging kasalanan ng pamilyang Marcos sa sambayanang Pilipino sa kasalukuyang Solicitor General,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
(UPDATED) If the bill is passed, the powers of the Presidential Commission on Good Government would be transferred to Solicitor General Jose Calida, who had defended the hero's burial for the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos
PCGG chief Reynold Munsayac says he was held back by the notice of charge that the COA issued on past sales of the agency
My disability has led me to learn to accept how life can be arbitrary. There are many things I can be grateful for and there are many things I have to just accept and overcome.
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Dr. J is expected to be released after being evaluated
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez says Solicitor General Jose Calida is a 'decent person' who is 'impartial'
The case stems from a complaint that questioned the P8.9-million increase in Iloilo City Mayor Jed Mabilog's net worth from 2012 to 2013
The Sandiganbayan says the claims of the Philippine Agri-Business Center Corporation are 'distinct' from the main issue
Ex-senator Bongbong Marcos says the family is not demanding they be granted immunity from suit once they return some of their wealth to the government
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The graft charges against former First Lady and now Ilocos Norte 2nd District Representative Imelda Marcos have spanned 26 years
Let’s not sugarcoat it: what the Marcoses did was quite possibly the biggest presidential plunder in history
This is more than just the money It s about justice and accountability for the crimes against the people during Martial Law says Ifugao Representative Teddy Baguilat
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