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One of the few females holding a high-ranking position in the United States Navy is a Filipino.

The Philippines joined the world in welcoming the newest member of the Samsung Galaxy family, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Photos supposedly showing Camarines Norte Gov. Edgardo Tallado and his alleged mistress have gone viral on the Internet, sparking frenzy among netizens who have followed the narrative worthy of a telenovela.

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The Commission on Elections (Comelec) yesterday appealed to the public to support efforts to clean the voters’ list by reporting to the poll body the active registration status of their dead relatives.

Term extension for President Aquino seems to be dead, as he goes back to saying he is in the last two minutes of his administration.

China appears to be risking an open confrontation with Vietnam, Malaysia and Taiwan with its announcement of a plan to build air and naval bases on the reclaimed Kagitingan (Fiery Cross) Reef, Kalayaan island town Mayor Eugenio Bito-onon Jr. said yesterday.

The P87 million the US government promised to pay for the damage a US vessel inflicted on Tubbataha Reef had exceeded their expectation, an official of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said yesterday.

The Filipino soldier assaulted and shoved by the German fiancé of transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude after he breached the Camp Aguinaldo perimeter last Wednesday will be honored by the military tomorrow.

Vice President Jejomar Binay was absent during the performance contract signing of Cabinet members last Wednesday, triggering anew speculations of a fall-out with President Aquino.

A senior United States Navy officer has been relieved from his post a week after his warship rammed into two small fishing boats while sailing out of Subic Bay.

Insights from former Supreme Court justices and other legal luminaries would be tapped to help a congressional ad hoc committee determine the constitutionality of certain controversial provisions in the Bangsamoro Basic Law.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV said he would not be cowed by businessman Antonio Tiu’s defamation suit against him, and vowed to go after Tiu and expose him as a dummy of Vice President Jejomar Binay.

Operators of public utility vehicles participating in the planned transport holiday tomorrow could face sanctions, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) warned yesterday.

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