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Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno's camp denied that she told the presiding justice of the Court of Appeals to file a petition over a disagreement with the House of Representatives.

Sen. Risa Hontiveros called on her fellow lawmakers to shift focus and work together in passing the Bangsamoro Basic Law amid the ongoing tension between the Senate and the House.

The high court upheld the constitutionality of the 2014 General Appropriations Act, paving the way for the release of the license plates earlier seized by the Bureau of Customs.

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Duterte said Sison, his former professor in political thought at the Lyceum of the Philippines University, is “desperate” because rebel leaders are getting old and “there is no second echelon” in their organization.

China can assert its claim to Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal but Philippine sovereignty over the area remains, Malacañang said yesterday.

In a change of tack, Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez yesterday stepped back from the House of Representatives’ original plan to hold a plebiscite simultaneous with the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections on May 14.

Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa is not keen on requiring police officers to maintain a 34-inch waistline.

Anti-graft court Sandiganbayan has granted the Office of the Ombudsman’s motion to present former Czech ambassador Josef Rychtar as a witness against former Metro Rail Transit Line 3 general manager Al Vitangcol III and five incorporators of the maintenance provider PH Trams.

The retrieval of ballot boxes in Camarines Sur –  one of the three contested provinces in the election protest filed by former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. against Vice President Leni Robredo in connection to the vice presidential race – will start today.

Oil firms are increasing fuel prices today after global crude prices hovered near $70 per barrel during last week’s trading.

Limiting changes in the Charter to economic provisions – as proposed by business groups and financial executives – would be “unwise,” according to the head of the House panel working on a constitution for a federal government.

More Filipino families experienced involuntary hunger in the last quarter of 2017, the latest survey by the Social Weather Stations showed.

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority will provide free training to thousands of human rights victims during the Marcos dictatorship, an official said yesterday.

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