(UPDATED) President Benigno Aquino III suffered the largest decline in his ratings which are now on their lowest levels, according to the latest surveys of both Pulse Asia and Social Weather Stations (SWS).
Approaching Tropical Storm "Glenda" can still intensify into a typhoon and could have winds stronger than a tropical cyclone that caused heavy damage in Metro Manila in 2006, the state weather bureau warned on Monday.
The team of medical doctors from the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) on Monday recommended that Senator Juan Ponce Enrile remain confined at a hospital while the plunder and graft cases against him are being tried before the...
Government prosecutors on Monday requested the Sandiganbayan to transfer the detention of Senator Ramon Revilla Jr., his staff Richard Cambe and businesswoman Janet Napoles to Camp Bagong Diwa, Taguig City.
Celebrating his 68th birthday today, Samahang Basketball ng Pilipinas president and business tycoon Manny Pangilinan once again surprised Filipino basketball fans with the addition of Indiana Pacers superstar Paul George for the...
Being a former congressman and senator, and having filed a bill to end the abuse of the impoundment of “savings” in executive offices, President Aquino surely knew exactly what he was doing when he gave the green light for the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP).
A LAW EACH DAY (KEEPS TROUBLE AWAY) By Jose C. Sison
July 14, 2014 - 12:00am
It is really the prerogative of PNoy as President to accept or reject the resignation of Butch Abad as the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Secretary. Being the Chief Executive, he can hire and fire or reject the resignation of his appointees in the Cabinet.
When evil gets regarded as an everyday happening, not worth a second thought or angry protest, and lying becomes an official habit rather than a sinister misdeed, there’s something seriously wrong with our society. This was what my father told me years ago.
Another record-setting PBA season has just ended, and another college basketball season has begun. These games continue to draw high television ratings and growing revenues from more and more advertisers.
The sudden spiraling of garlic retail prices to over P350 a kilo sparked a Senate hearing but doubts have been expressed that anything significant was uncovered despite the headlines afterwards. A reader sent me this reaction that I found interesting and rather plausible:
Two months ago, we presented scenarios for the peso (see Scenarios for the Peso, May 5, 2014), one of which calls for the peso breaking below 44, then heading towards 43 near-term and potentially 42 in the intermediate-term. That scenario is now coming into fruition. Last week, the pe