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(UPDATED) Businessmen, friends, family, and political parties bankroll the campaigns of the 12 winning senators in the 2019 midterm elections
Legends Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik Morales, along with Shawn Porter, side with Manny Pacquiao as only Winky Wright goes for Keith Thurman
The film comes out in cinemas on August 21
Senator Imee Marcos says there is 'no UN rule' that stops UNHRC member-states from changing their original votes on the Iceland-backed resolution
(3rd UPDATE) The High Court, acting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal, also orders the Comelec to explain why there are missing ballot images from two clustered precincts in Camarines Sur, the home province of Vice President Leni Robredo
Marcos, in turn, lashes out at developed countries where abortion is allowed
The Cory Aquino administration decided not to open the $2.3-billion project due to safety and corruption concerns. A court ruling in 2012 also ordered the project broker to return $50 million in ill-gotten wealth.
'Hanggang ngayon wala pa kaming katarungan,' says Helena Jimenez, whose husband disappeared following his arrest on August 17, 1985
Renowned human rights lawyer Robert Swift has worked on getting compensation for Martial Law victims for more than 3 decades
The missing paintings have 'a lot of value' that can be used to compensate victims of Martial Law, says human rights lawyer Robert Swift
63-year-old Luzviminda Lilio is rushed to the hospital after massive food poisoning during former first lady Imelda Marcos' 90th birthday celebration
(3rd UPDATE) 'Suspect cases strongly point out to a toxin causing it,' derived from staph bacteria, says Health Secretary Francisco Duque III
(5th UPDATE) Senator Imee Marcos says their family did not organize the party for the former first lady
'I don't want to be a senator. Subalit noong naupo si President [Rodrigo] Duterte, gusto ko na ring maging senador kasi maraming pagbabago,' says Senator Imee Marcos on her first day at work
In two separate ceremonies, 8 Duterte-allied senators take their oath before the Chief Executive in the presence of their family and supporters
'We will not dance for you, because a dance for a Marcos is a dance for shame,' says the group Progressive Igorot for Social Action, after the neophyte senator said her office needs blessing
Online fashion source Stail.PH has gained traction online over its latest cover issue that reimagined Imelda Marcos and her "love for beauty and eye for fashion"
Senator-elect Imee Marcos and son Ilocos Norte governor-elect Matthew Manotoc take their oath of office with other newly elected officials before President Duterte in Malacañang
(UPDATED) Outgoing Senator Sonny Trillanes says, If she's saying it to insinuate na masama akong tao, then sobrang kaipokritohan naman 'yun, even for a Marcos'
The Senate neophytes receive briefings on the inner workings of the institution
The Supreme Court also clears Philippine National Bank branch managers as well as officers of the Tolong Sugar Milling Company Incorporated
Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority show that the number of overseas Filipino workers rose even before 1986
Robredo claims that the recount in 3 pilot provinces selected by Marcos has given her 15,000 more votes, based on unofficial numbers from the electoral tribunal
It's a manipulated photo. A Google reverse image search yields a photo of Trump instead holding a signed executive order on the US' withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.
Communist rebels claimed responsibility for bombing the statue in 2002
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
A number of the new senators also have their share of controversies, including being accused of violating certain laws and becoming subjects of investigations
The senator-elect says she will focus on poverty alleviation in the Senate
The icing on the cake for the Marcos family is Michael Marcos Keon's hairline victory over Chevylle Fariñas in the race for Laoag City mayor
Marcos amasses more than 2 million votes in CAR and Region I combined
PDP-Laban was founded to fight the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos' Martial Law. Decades later, Marcos' daughter Imee is an ally of the party.
The groups ask fellow voters to exert an effort to reach other electorates and educate them about the characteristics leaders must possess
Ilocos Norte congressman Rudy Fariñas says it would 'bring honor' to their province if his former rival Imee Marcos wins in the 2019 senatorial race
Isang linggo na lang at eleksyon na. Gamitin natin ang balota upang tiyaking hindi makakapasok ang mga ito sa Senado.
The closure of the eastbound side of the Marcos Bridge in Marikina City will last for 4 months
The Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University reallocated nearly P32 million to incentives for officials and employees in 2018, says the Commission on Audit
Police Corporal Wilbert Rarogal Jr was heading home with his relatives after a swimming excursion in Marcos town when he was attacked
The Supreme Court, sitting as the Presidential Election Tribunal, has not yet declared the official results of the Marcos-Robredo electoral protest case
Less than half of senatorial bets have complied with this new Commission on Elections requirement as of Monday, April 15
An Ateneo professor and a student leader respond to Tony La Viña's piece published in Rappler, saying that his concern about the university's decision on the Irene Marcos controversy is, among others, oversimplistic
'Iyon talagang nakakadismaya.... Talagang napaka-insensitive. Nakakatakot na ganito iyong magiging senador,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
I would think I have succeeded more as a teacher if my students were more angry at the Duterte administration's human rights record than being upset at the Marcos children visiting us
Except for the summary of expenditures for the Ramos administration, the rest of the figures cannot be attributed to the NSO
Ateneo students are demanding an apology, saying, ‘The role of Ateneo is not to condone the fabrication of lies, but to be a pillar of human rights in a society that celebrates the mockery of the truth’
The American senators who called on the Duterte government to drop charges against Senator Leila de Lima and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa should 'mind their own business,' says Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo
Facebook posts falsely claim that lawmakers have a 'final official result' in the 2016 vice presidential election recount
The World Bank provided dictator Ferdinand Marcos a curtain of international legitimacy behind which he and his cronies plundered the public till