Malacañang yesterday laughed off perceptions that the Duterte administration is now protecting accused pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim-Napoles after the solicitor general recommended her acquittal on the crime of serious...
President Rodrigo Duterte is open to releasing the transaction history of his bank accounts, Malacañang said Sunday after his critic, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, had challenged him to prove that he has no hidden wealth.
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) yesterday ordered its armed wing the New People’s Army (NPA) to release the six soldiers and policemen they are holding captive, and called for a bilateral ceasefire agreement with the...
For the grandson and son-in-law of former president Ferdinand Marcos’ chief propagandist, newspaperman Primitivo “Tibo” Mijares, “fake news” and “alternative facts” about what happened during martial law are dangerous and...
President Duterte upholds freedom of expression, Malacañang stressed yesterday, after thousands of people joined a Catholic Church-organized rally against extrajudicial killings and the revival of the death penalty.
Malacañang is leaving it up to the Department of Justice (DOJ) to determine whether to file cases against President Duterte’s fraternity brothers, who were dismissed from the Bureau of Immigration after they were accused of...
Davao Death Squad 'leader' resurfaces, retracts denials
Certain ex-Cabinet officials of former President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III were being scored for alleged “conflict of interest” for presently occupying key positions in private companies, which were previously under their regulatory supervision.
At last, it is comforting to know that the Philippines is somehow taking bigger strides in helping older citizens. We have finally realized that age is rarely, if it even ever is, a determining factor in whether or not someone can work and do their job well.
“The Catholic Church is full of shit.” These were words uttered by the President a few weeks ago. Now talk about moral ascendancy. The President must think before he speaks. The children are listening. The youth of our land are reading the news. The people are mortified.
Last Feb. 4, we held our investor briefing at the Meralco Theater. We presented our market outlook and discussed the ongoing reflation of the global economy. The second part of our briefing was allotted for the presentation of the government’s tax reform program. This was presented by Rep.
Twenty years ago, during its All-Star Weekend celebration, the National Basketball Association released its list of 50 greatest players of all time. It was a grand celebration, as all the living recipients of the honor were gathered together and presented to the public.
We are often advised these days to be wary of “fake” news… you know… stories containing “alternative” facts. There are people who actually make a good livelihood writing stories with no factual basis in order to support a politician, a product or a cause.
Millennials are people born between 1982 and 2002. They will replace Baby Boomers as the latter retire or have retired. They are the earliest “digital natives” who are known as content creators and users.