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Impeachment? No problem. This was president-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s reaction to critics who are wary of his war against crime and corruption, the campaign promise that swept him to victory in the May 9 polls.

President-elect Rodrigo Duterte is bent on implementing curfew for minors as soon as he assumes office on June 30.

After serving twice as head of the Bureau of Customs (BOC), outgoing Commissioner Alberto Lina bared that he is now interested in managing Metro Manila traffic.

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Incoming vice president Leni Robredo will work closely with the private sector in pursuing her anti-poverty and pro-women advocacies, her spokesperson said yesterday.

Only after the release of a ruling by the arbitral court in The Hague on Manila’s maritime case against Beijing will the Duterte administration speak about its policy on the dispute over territories in the South China Sea.

Britain’s decision to leave the European Union will not have an impact on Filipinos working and living in the United Kingdom, as they arrived in the UK under a “completely different immigration regime,” British Ambassador Asif Ahmad said yesterday.

With only two days left in office, President Aquino yesterday bid goodbye to officers and men of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), saying he was proud to leave behind a modernized military.

Pope Francis said Sunday that Christians and the Roman Catholic Church should apologize to gay people and seek their forgiveness for the way they have been treated.

A robust economy and renewed respect from the international community highlight the accomplishments of the Aquino administration.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) under the incoming administration may look into the recent spate of killings of drug suspects.

The pay is hardly commensurate to the job, and it will only be enough for his ex-wife and his current partner, with “nothing left for me.”

The rift in the Commission on Elections (Comelec) seems to have taken a turn for the worse, as three commissioners plan to boycott the coming barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) polls, an official said yesterday.

Oil companies will raise fuel prices today following volatile trading in the international oil market last week.

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