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Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales on Tuesday hit back at her critics following accusations of "selective justice" in her office.
By Patricia Lourdes Viray | Updated
Vice presidential candidate Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo on Tuesday said that the Marcoses should be perpetually disqualified from running for public office.
By Mike Frialde | Updated
After he was called the “pambansang berdugo” by Vice President Jejomar Binay, presidential bet and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte turned the table and called his opponent the “berdugo ng pera ng bayan."
By Alexis Romero | Updated
The camp of Liberal Party presidential candidate Manuel Roxas II Tuesday labeled as a “non-issue” the inclusion of the words “daang matuwid (straight path)” in the official ballots, saying it is in line with existing election rules.
By Rosette Adel | Updated
Bureau of Internal Revenue Commissioner Kim Henares on Tuesday disclosed before the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee that the Philippine Remittance Co. wasn't registered as a remittance company.
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte took the lead in the latest Pulse Asia presidential survey, overtaking Sen. Grace Poe.
The Philippine National Police on Monday said it arrested more than 11, 000 persons engaged in illegal drug operations during the first quarter of 2016.
Vice presidential bet Senate Majority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano nailed the first and only vice presidential debate held at the University of Santo Tomas on Sunday, a political analyst said Tuesday.
Tensions in the South China Sea are rising, pitting China against smaller and weaker neighbors who all lay claim to islands, coral reefs and lagoons in waters rich in fish and potential gas and oil reserves.