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Several labor groups on Wednesday called on President Benigno Aquino III to sack Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla for allegedly deceiving the public with his fabricated power shortage scenario hitting the entire Luzon island early 2015. 

Businessman Antonio Tiu on Wednesday failed to convince the Senate Blue Ribbon Sub-committee that he owns the alleged "Hacienda Binay" in Batangas.

The United States Embassy in Manila on Wednesday maintained that the suspect in the killing of a Filipino in Olongapo City remains under US custody despite being transferred to the Armed Forces headquarters in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.

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Antonio "Tony" Tiu, a Filipino-Chinese businessman, tagged in corruption allegations against Vice President Jejomar Binay filed a defamation complaint against Sen. Antonio "Sonny" Trillanes IV.

President Benigno Aquino III on Wednesday refuted the claim of Vice President Jejomar Binay's spokesperson that he offered help to his beleaguered alter-ego.

A Malaysian court has acquitted Manuel Amalilio, the alleged mastermind of a P12-billion investment scam, and rejected the request for him to be extradited to the Philippines.

A bill raising the tax exemption limit on an individual's 13th month pay, Christmas bonus and other work benefits will be approved before the year ends, Senate President Franklin Drilon said.

The Senate Blue Ribbon Committee will invite Vice President Jejomar Binay to the ongoing investigation into the corruption allegations hurled against him.

The Senate Blue Ribbon subcommittee continues its investigation on the alleged overpricing of the Makati City Hall II parking  building on Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.

United States Marine Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton has been transferred to the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) headquarters in Quezon City.

Women's rights group Gabriela on Wednesday said that US Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton's failure to attend the preliminary investigation on the murder of Filipino transgender Jennifer Laude is a "blatant affront" to Philippine sovereignty.

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) had planned to “bury in bureaucracy” the review of the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) in 2009 to take the “issue off the front pages” months before the 2010 elections, according to a confidential US embassy cable released by WikiLeaks.

Malacañang cautioned yesterday against  speculation that Germans Stefan Viktor Okonek and  Henrike Dielen were ransomed from the Abu Sayyaf.