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A warrant from a Baguio court is out against the social media personality with a million followers on Facebook
Ronnel Mas posts P72,000 bail and will be arraigned for inciting to sedition on May 28
Uson was summoned over a Facebook post that used a wrong photo of donated Personal Protective Equipment which she lifted from The Philippine Star
Ex-SC Spokesperson Ted Te says the NBI agents are still liable for the arbitrary detention of teacher Ronnel Mas
NBI agents are waiting for a release order even though charges are not yet filed. Differing interpretations of the validity of a warrantless arrest compound the problem.
(UPDATED) The prosecutor says the warrantless arrest is invalid, but the defect is cured by the teacher's admission to the media
Uson is set to appear before the NBI on May 18
(UPDATED) Justice Secretary Guevarra commits the NBI to look into the prohibited mass gathering for the birthday of Metro police chief Sinas – when other people in previous mass gatherings were just picked up and jailed
(5th UPDATE) The accused is set to undergo inquest for inciting to sedition related to cybercrime and violation of the Code of Conduct for public officials and employees
(UPDATED) Police rescue 3 minors, all children of the suspect
'Apparent prejudgment by police investigators moved the Army to seek help from the NBI so that justice may be served for Ragos and his family,' says Lieutenant General Gilbert Gapay
The FBI confiscated the masks from an alleged hoarder in Brooklyn, USA who was selling with a very high markup price. The masks were later given to medical workers.
NBI says the person behind the post can very well be a 'whistleblower.' But the purchase of the jet is public record.
(UPDATED) The President unleashes tirades against Chel Diokno several times in a late-night address, and even pokes fun at his appearance. The human rights lawyer urges him to focus on the needs of the people at this time.
'Wala akong pakialam sa operasyon ng NBI, kung ano gusto nila,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
'The DOJ will monitor and provide such guidance as may be requested,' says Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra
The Pasig mayor says there should be 'good interaction' between local governments and the national government during a time of crisis
'I am not only sure when is his appearance considering that he is still under quarantine,' says National Bureau of Investigation Deputy Director Ferdinand Lavin
'We have an urgent task at hand, and distractions such as this doesn’t help,' says Senator Joel Villanueva
'Wala po masyadong sense,' the Pasig mayor says of the NBI seeking an explanation for his alleged violation of a law that did not yet exist at the time
This is the second time that Filipinos online rallied behind the neophyte mayor using the same hashtag
'We complied with all directives. Hindi po illegal magbigay ng opinyon. At alam kaya nila na March 24 naging batas ang Bayanihan Act?' says the Pasig mayor
The NBI says the order to investigate came March 31, although Malacañang reported to Congress that they were already 'filing charges'
The NBI and the DOJ are unable so far to provide details on these cases
The COVID-19 battleground is not just about hospitals, but also about the poorest communities that lack the means to feed and protect themselves. Protecting these communities means protecting everyone else
The three-member DOJ panel of prosecutors also orders Cam to submit her counter-affidavit for her defense
(UPDATED) The NBI says that some hotels are like ‘wet markets,’ with constant drop-off and pick-up of passengers by taxi drivers
The National Bureau of Investigation says the illegal drugs were supposedly supplied by a Bilibid inmate
A spokesman of televangelist Apollo Quiboloy said the arrest of Kingdom of Jesus Christ officials is part of a conspiracy
(UPDATED) The PNP Criminal Investigation and Detection Group is preparing cases against the suspected killers of former Batangas congressman Edgar Mendoza and his 2 aides
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists' latest series – called 'Luanda Leaks' – zeroes in on Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of former Angola president Jose Eduardo dos Santos
Justice Secretary Menardo Gueverra says the NBI will submit a formal report on the autopsy results on Jeanelyn Villavende's body on January 13
'We ask for everyone's prayers that his soul rests in peace together with Nick and Ruel, who stood by him until the end, and that justice be accorded to all of them,' says the family of former Batangas 2nd District representative Edgar Mendoza
(UPDATED) Part 2: Their men fight at the frontlines, but by blood and marriage, these women played a crucial role in the Marawi siege and the establishment of an ISIS caliphate in the Philippines
The Philippine Army says it will sanction 'whoever is accountable' for the photoshopped image of supposed communist guerrillas surrendering to the government
(UPDATED) Part 1: From hapless accomplices, women are becoming willing and enthusiastic actors in jihad
Ombudsman Samuel Martires says he has a duty to protect the interest of public officials. It's now a stalemate since Malacañang is passing the buck to him to release Duterte's Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth.
Despite President Rodrigo Duterte's promises of transparency, the public is yet to see his most recent Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth
The embattled senator’s image turned from dignified to dishonorable in just 3 years. Here’s how social media had a hand in all of it.
'Allowing live coverage would allow families unable to travel to Manila to immediately hear the decision of the 58 counts of murder of Judge Jocelyn Solis Reyes,' says the petition signed by media organizations
(UPDATED) This is in response to a PCIJ report based on Comelec's own summary report, which showed a 178% voter turnout for Amai Manabilang, Lanao del Sur, in the 2019 elections
(UPDATED) Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez says the poll body will look into this, but adds that this 'seems to be an unlikely scenario'
(UPDATED) The documents show the strict protocols governing life in the camps in Xinjiang, where an estimated one million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities are held
A joint team of the Philippine Coast Guard and the National Bureau of Investigation prevents a Liberian-flagged merchant ship from unloading 53,000 metric tons of toxic substance
The NBI says it is aware the former Comelec chief is in the US, and that 'they are studying their next move'
Lack of contracts, delays of over one year mar public works projects in Lanao del Sur's 2nd District, pressuring the new Bangsamoro government to act
'Bilang kaibigan ng Pilipinas, gagawin nila ang lahat para tayo ay magtagumpay sa laban na ito,' says Vice President Leni Robredo, whose strategy against illegal drugs is focused on drug demand reduction and rehabilitation
(UPDATED) The BPO Industry Employees Network and the Communications Workers of America also call for the release of trade union organizer Mary Anne Krueger, who was among those arrested in Bacolod
Vietnam says two people were arrested for alleged involvement in the case, which has exposed the dangers of illegal people-smuggling from Vietnam to Europe
(UPDATED) Bayan Negros says the firearms recovered from the raids were planted by arresting teams