Whether it’s 12 or 19 senators implicated by businesswoman Janet Lim-Napoles in the pork barrel scam, Senate Majority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano urged Justice Secretary Leila de Lima to make a full disclosure of their identities...
Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago said that “there is a vast, costly and sinister disinformation operation” to compel the Office of the Ombudsman to grant the motions for reconsideration of Senators Juan Ponce Enrile, Jinggoy Estrada...
World boxing icon and Sarangani Rep. Manny Pacquiao is not yet off the hook despite a Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) decision preventing the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) from garnishing his properties.
The government has spent at least P2 million to track down and test passengers of an Etihad Airlines flight that arrived in the country on April 15 for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus.
Vacationers and tourists going to Puerto Galera in Oriental Mindoro were advised not to engage in unprotected sex, as the town is one of the areas considered high risk for HIV (human immuno virus) or AIDS (acute immune deficiency...
One of them had a role in the original maintenance contract for the MRT-3 decades ago. One was a provincial campaign manager in 2010 of an influential administration man. One is even a government official. The niece of another is married to a high MRT-3 manager.
A LAW EACH DAY (KEEPS TROUBLE AWAY) By Jose C. Sison
April 25, 2014 - 12:00am
It is getting more and more revolting and even quite “abnormal” for this administration to continue giving special treatment to Janet Lim Napoles, one of the principal suspects in the pork barrel scam where the Ombudsman has already found probable cause.
Whenever caught in heavy traffic, I try not to waste my time moping over inertia. Just the other day, we were caught in the middle of protest rally of militants in front of the United States Embassy along Roxas Boulevard.
Don’t believe anything DOTC or even Malacanang spokespersons say about the rehab of MRT3 happening any time soon. Serious legal problems have prevented them from doing anything much so far, and I see nothing positive that would change prospects in the near future.
Thank heavens the album Tres Marias is still in the music outlets. Given the continually diminishing area allotted to music products in the stores, artists should consider themselves lucky if their releases remain prominently displayed for several months.
What does one do during the long summer vacation when everything around is closed and all that is left is the luxury of sleep? One digs up old books turned into films on the big screen and replayed on television.