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“Separation” from the United States is “not severance of ties,” President Duterte pointed out Friday night upon his arrival from Beijing, where he bared his “separation” from the US and his pivot to China and Russia in an announcement that left even his close officials bewildered.

With relief supplies running low and dozens of towns and villages still in shambles in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Lawin, the Cagayan provincial government placed the entire province under a state of calamity.

In support of the government’s campaign against illegal drugs, the Department of Labor and Employment yesterday reminded employers to conduct random drug testing in the workplace.

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Alleged high-value drug personality Rolando “Kerwin” Espinosa Jr. may get out of jail in Abu Dhabi in a month’s time.

Incumbent barangay officials stand to enjoy an extended term of office under Republic Act 10923 or the law that resets this year’s barangay elections to Oct. 23, 2017.

After the violent rally dispersal in front of the US embassy last Wednesday, President Duterte disclosed Friday night he would do the “questioning” himself about the incident over a cup of coffee with the police.

Policemen behind the distribution of the controversial Halloween masks kept their mouths shut and pointed to Senior Supt. Gilbert Cruz, acting chief of the PNP-Police Community Relations Group, who was in Fujian, China for a basketball tournament.

Following his visits to Brunei and China last week, President Duterte assured the people yesterday that the government would pursue economic cooperation and partnership with our neighbors.

The sugar and business process outsourcing (BPO) industries may end up as casualties of a Philippine “separation” from the United States as declared by President Duterte in his recent state visit to Beijing, Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri told reporters here Friday.

Be patient and wait for word from China.

After creating confusion for sharing a fake class suspension notice last Wednesday, the Department of Education (DepEd) will no longer post on social media class suspension announcements from local government units.

The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) has tapped its staff and volunteers to help monitor areas with confirmed cases of Zika virus infection.

A Filipino-American mechanical engineer wants to build his first large-scale ocean energy generator and test it in the Philippines.