Ferdinand Marcos wanted to remain in power. Look what happened.
The House of Representatives will not touch the allowances of justices, judges and other judiciary personnel under the reformed Judiciary Development Fund (JDF) that it envisions.
A team of 16 researchers from various countries, including biologists from the University of the Philippines, has confirmed a new tarsier species in the Dinagat Islands and northeast Mindanao.
Starting this weekend, the two private port operators in Manila will transfer about 3,000 shipping containers to Subic to decongest the two main seaports in the metropolis.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is in the process of implementing reforms on the agency’s manpower.
Newly appointed Supreme Court (SC) Justice Francis Jardeleza was urged yesterday to inhibit himself from the resolution of the case involving the controversial Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP).
The final version of the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) was submitted to President Aquino the other night.
The “bosses” will decide if President Aquino deserves six more years.
State volcanologists are keeping a close watch over Mayon volcano in Albay as it continues to emit volcanic gas.
A group of judges has joined the bid in the Supreme Court (SC) to stop the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)’s imposition of taxes on fringe benefits and bonuses of government workers.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has cited SM Supermalls and SM Prime Holdings for their efforts in promoting the welfare of children.