Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel "Mar" Roxas II is most likely to resign from his post in President Benigno Aquino III's Cabinet after declaring his presidential bid, an official of the Liberal Party said on Friday.
China may also reclaim the Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal off Zambales to control the resources in the South China Sea and to shore up its military presence in disputed areas, a Supreme Court justice said. South China Sea
While Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II is widely recognized as the preferred successor of President Aquino, Sen. Grace Poe said daang matuwid or the straight path is not exclusive to one person or a select group.
After pretending to study two better, cheaper local versions, the Comelec did what graft-busters expected it to. It bought first 23,000, then 71,000 new vote-counting machines from powerful Venezuelan seller Smartmatic Corp. Were kickbacks from the P10.3-billion deal too tempting?
President Aquino got Congress to pass the laws on reproductive health and sin taxes, and just recently the anti-trust and cabotage laws. He also got Congress to impeach Merceditas Gutierrez as ombudsman and kick out Renato Corona as chief justice.
Barely two weeks into office, newly installed Philippine National Police (PNP) director-general Ricardo Marquez got his baptism of fire in two major security events that took place in the country’s metropolitan capital.
Everyone must carry his or her just share of the cost of government. Unfortunately, this is an objective that is difficult to achieve. It does not however mean we should forget trying to make that happen.
Two of the first three FIBA 3x3 World Tour champions are in town to mix it up with 10 other teams in the Manila Masters leg at Robinsons Place, Ermita, this weekend. That puts a serious challenge on three Manila squads hoping to qualify for the World Tour Finals in Abu Dhabi on Oct. 15-16.
When Nancy Binay attended the 2015 State of the Nation Address wearing a better-fitting terno dress, a vast improvement over last year’s fashion boo-boo, people still had a number of things to say against the Senator’s fashion choice.
I have two disclaimers to make. One: my editor a few weeks ago put the word “millennial” on our editorial blacklist. “Enough about these damn millennials!” he said. Once upon a time, it was “netizen.” And shortly before that, it was “foodie.” And before that, it was any French word I dropped.