The Philippine National Police says it is conducting a 'comprehensive review' of its security details
(3rd UPDATE) 'I'm a fatalist. I know God has a plan… Sa akin, ganito lang: Subukan lang nila. Kilala ko si Duterte by now. Duwag ‘yan,' says the opposition senator
Sweden, which holds the rotating Security Council presidency, requests the closed-door meeting along with Kuwait
(UPDATED) Vigilant Investigative and Security Agency, owned by Solicitor General Jose Calida's family, says the allegations made by ALU-TUCP are 'utterly false'
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Vinny Troia of Night Lion Security – who discovered the leak – says the trove of Exactis information seems like 'a database with pretty much every US citizen in it'
The 118-strong policemen of the Boracay police sub-station is augmented by more than 500 personnel of the Metro Boracay Police Task Force
Philippine Stock Exchange president and CEO Ramon Monzon is confident short selling will 'help improve liquidity in our market'
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The Solicitor General says the text of the actual law prevails over the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR)
Shortly after the Trump-Kim summit, the FBI and the US Department of Homeland Security discover new malware 'Typeframe'
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres tells the Security Council that debris from the missiles fired since July 2017 'share key design features with a known type of missile manufactured' by Iran
(3rd UPDATE) The clashes come as the UN Security Council meet for urgent talks on the military operation and call for the vital Red Sea port to be 'kept open'
Calida as Solicitor General represents government agencies when complaints are filed against them, Ombudsman Morales points out
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo say the talks were advancing faster than expected but were still ongoing with little more than 12 hours to go before Kim Jong-un sits down with Donald Trump
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(UPDATED) Former Parañaque representative and National Security Adviser Roilo Golez was supposed to give an interview on maritime disputes when he died Monday, June 11, due heart attack
The former national security adviser had consistently argued that the law is on the Philippines' side in the maritime dispute
(UPDATED) The former representative of the 2nd District of Parañaque City is rushed to the hospital due to vomiting. He died from an 'apparent heart attack,' according to his brother Ferdinand.
The national ID system has gone through a lot of growing pains on its way to the desk of President Rodrigo Duterte
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This comes as no surprise, as Aquino is the first SEC commissioner appointed by President Rodrigo Duterte
The UN Security Council is also urging Myanmar to take steps to end decades of discrimination against the Muslim Rohingya, who are denied citizenship rights in the Buddhist-majority country
Solicitor General Jose Calida maintains he will not give up his shares in Vigilant Investigative and Security Agency Incorporated
At the United Nations, envoy for the Middle East Nickolay Mladenov warns the Security Council that the escalation shows 'how close to the brink of war we are every day'
It remains to be seen if administration senators will indeed allow opposition senator Antonio Trillanes IV to lead an investigation into the contracts worth P261.39 million
The issue is brought up by Senator Francis Pangilinan during Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra's confirmation hearing before the Commission on Appointments
Vigilant Investigative and Security Agency has 2 contracts with the House of Representatives and 2 with the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation
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The Solicitor General answers the issues: Is it prohibited by the Code of Conduct of Public Officials and the anti-graft law? Are the DOJ contracts proper?
(UPDATED) Representative Gary Alejano says the ‘longtime security agency’ of the lower house was kicked out in July 2016 to give way to the Solicitor General's family business
The proposed Personal Property Security Act seeks to expand the list of assets acceptable to banks as collateral, among others
A visibly irked Calida evades Senate reporters, and refuses to comment on a senator's call for him to resign over conflict-of-interest allegations
If former tourism secretary Wanda Teo quit over her brothers' government contract, Solicitor General Jose Calida should do the same, says Senator Francis Pangilinan
Stock ownership in a company that benefited from millions of pesos in government contracts does not violate constitutional provisions on integrity of Cabinet members, says Malacañang
The Department of Justice, which supervises budget for the Office of the Solicitor General, awards contracts to a security agency owned by the family of Solicitor General Jose Calida
Colonel Jim Niembra will formally assume the post on May 30, replacing Brigadier General Lope Dagoy who takes command of the 802nd Infantry Brigade in Leyte
The local unit of Del Monte Pacific Limited plans to sell 587.437 million secondary shares at an offer price of up to P29.88 per share
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(UPDATED) Jose Calida is visibly missing from the list of applicants for Ombudsman, a post said to be his for certain, until the allegations cropped up
The construction firm will offer 679.2 million common shares at an offer price of P22.90 per share
Authorities are focusing on areas with a history of election-related violence and those with intense political rivalries
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Labor group Sentro raises questions on the sustainability of the State Insurance Fund after President Rodrigo Duterte signed an executive order raising pension benefits of disabled workers
(UPDATED) Authorities are reportedly looking into the possibility that the shootout is linked with an ongoing dispute among residents of Burgundy Plaza located along Katipunan, Barangay Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Executive Order 54 provides a P1,150 across-the-board increase for all permanent disability pensioners in the private sector, as well as qualified beneficiaries in the public sector
A military spokesman confirms the command conference in Camp Aguinaldo but refuses to give details, saying it is a 'regular' activity with Vice President Leni Robredo
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