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Making good on his promise of transparency, President Duterte signed the other night a landmark order on freedom of information or FOI that would require all government offices under the executive branch to disclose details of their transactions.

Because of poor planning, the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) failed to spend P33.448 billion or 48 percent of its budget last year for projects that could have benefitted the public.

The Commission on Audit (COA) has been asked to investigate the alleged misuse of P17 million in intelligence funds of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) under the watch of former commissioner Alberto Lina.

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An international finance guru is here on a mission: to build over 100 homes for survivors of  Super TyphoonYolanda in the fourth-class municipality of Lemery in Iloilo.

The Department of Health (DOH) yesterday cleared Filipino athletes for travel to the 2016 Olympics next month despite the Zika virus threat in Brazil, where the sports competition will be held.

Another congressman has scored perfect attendance during the entire three regular sessions of the 16th Congress.

The 17th Congress is set to elect the leaders of its two legislative chambers today, hours ahead of the State of the Nation Address before its joint opening session.

Home at last after four years in detention, former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo yesterday said she was a “victim of political persecution.”

Amid public concerns, the Philippine National Police (PNP) reported an increasing number of drug suspects getting killed since President Duterte assumed office on June 30.

President Duterte yesterday issued a public apology for declining all invitations for speaking engagements in Metro Manila, saying he does not want to make traffic jams worse and unnecessarily inconvenience citizens.

It’s a 38-minute address written by the President himself, and he expects the speech to stir the patriotism of every Filipino.

A low-pressure area (LPA) off Baguio City is expected to bring rains over parts of Luzon in the next two days, the state weather bureau said yesterday.

Four Philippine National Police (PNP) personnel in Malimono, Surigao del Norte were kidnapped yesterday by a group of armed men believed to be members of the New People’s Army (NPA).

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