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Sen. Jinggoy Estrada urged the Senate leadership yesterday to collectively vote on the issue of suspending a member following the order of the Sandiganbayan suspending Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile for 90 days.
There will be no immediate pullout of Filipino peacekeepers from the Golan Heights and Liberia even as President Aquino demanded a full report on the Golan Heights incident to guide the government in future deployment of troops...
A self-proclaimed “general” of “USAFFE” and two others have been linked to Monday’s foiled attempt to smuggle improvised explosives into the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), officials said yesterday.
China yesterday expressed concern over last Monday’s foiled bombing attempt by a self-proclaimed anti-Chinese group as it asked the Philippine government to ensure the security of its diplomatic mission and staff and Chinese...
House junks impeach complaints vs P-Noy
2014 Ramon Magsaysay Awards, Chinese journalist wields power of truth
COA returns P65-M DAP
Jinggoy questions JPE suspension
No immediate pullout of troops from Golan Heights
Malacañang: No need for Noy to ride MRT
House to pass FOI bill during Noy’s term – Belmonte
House to rewrite privacy bill
‘General,’ cohorts in NAIA bombing attempt charged
BERLIN – Acting students have taken over Checkpoint Charlie, the crossing along the Berlin Wall where US forces and their allies the Brits and French used to eyeball East German and Russian troops across one of the most notorious symbols of the Cold War.
A LAW EACH DAY (Keeps Trouble Away) By Jose C. Sison
September 3, 2014 - 12:00am
Under Republic Act No. 9262 or the “Anti-Violence Against Women and Children” Act of 2004, women-victims of abuse, violence and maltreatment by their husbands or partners have the right to obtain a Temporary Protection Order (TPO) against said husband or partner.
At 4:30 a.m., the very least one could hope for is to start the day on a positive note. But there are days like yesterday when opening the radio can turn out to be a big mistake as in learning from the news that a junior cabinet member has accepted to take “the challenge.”
Do you recall the saying there are only two things certain in life — death and taxes? That came to mind this week when I read a variety of news items about our existing tax system and several proposed new changes for the year ahead.
It does not look good. It seems Malacannang is retaliating against the Supreme Court by slashing as much as P12 billion from the judiciary’s proposed 2015 expenditures program the Budget department submitted to the House of Representatives.
CROSSROADS (Toward Philippine Economic and Social Progress) By Gerardo P. Sicat
September 3, 2014 - 12:00am
Efforts to transfer responsibility for the decision to shelve the nuclear power plant in Bataan from President Cory Aquino came my way via a reaction to my column last week (Aug.t 27, 2014). There is blame shifting for the costly error of the one who made the decision.
The Supreme Court (SC) is under pressure once more, but this time the pressure is not coming from Malacanang or its allies. It is coming from a group of rich businessmen from Makati who are out to defend the interest of the fledgling organic food industry in the country.
SEVILLE – It’s been suggested to tap an artist, perhaps Ogie Alcasid, to compose a cheer for the Filipino crowd to use whenever Gilas plays in an international competition like the FIBA World Cup here.