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With less than a week before the new administration takes over, Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle yesterday expressed hope that president-elect Rodrigo Duterte and his officials would work toward solving the country’s problems.

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and Philippine National Railways (PNR) yesterday unveiled a locally designed and developed hybrid electric train that could run on standard railroad tracks.

The Philippines can take its cue from German institutions on how to effectively teach climate change adaptation and mitigation to young children.

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The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is tendering full military honors to President Aquino tomorrow in gratitude for his full support to the military upgrade and modernization program.

The board of directors of the United States-Philippine Society led those who paid a courtesy call on president-elect Rodrigo Duterte Friday night at the Malacanang of the South here.

President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has asked the incoming leadership of the House of Representatives to prevent certain Liberal Party (LP) lawmakers from joining the majority bloc in the 17th Congress.

The waters around Romblon are among the most treacherous in the Philippines.

For President Aquino, the most common question thrown his way nowadays is what he intends to do on June 30, the day he steps down from office, and the days after that.

The trip to Japan of Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Andres Bautista may have been unauthorized and should be investigated, one of the poll body’s commissioners said.

Back in a country that shares his intense passion for basketball, retired NBA superstar Kobe Bryant yesterday let Filipinos in on the “Mamba Mentality” – a key ingredient to his hoops success – while offering sound advice to Olympics-aspiring Gilas Pilipinas.

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The police crackdown on illegal drugs continues as eight more drug suspects were killed in separate operations in Quezon City and the provinces Friday night.

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) yesterday urged teaching and non-teaching personnel in private higher education institutions (HEIs) displaced by the K-12 program to avail themselves of assistance from the agency.

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