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Cabinet officials supporting former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. may have plotted her removal as chair of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC), Vice President Leni Robredo said yesterday.

Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) chairman Jose Vicente Salazar said yesterday he was going on a one-month break, giving in to calls to take a leave until the investigation on the alleged corruption in the agency is finished.

President Duterte yesterday said he would allow the release of old and sick political prisoners before Christmas.

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Diesel prices go down today, a week after petroleum companies implemented a big-time price hike.

Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) chairman Jose Jorge Corpuz and seven other ranking officials of the agency are facing a graft and ethics violation complaint over the planned expansion of its small town lottery (STL) gaming operations.

Agents of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) and the Angeles City police shut down the other day the casino operated by fugitive Chinese businessman Jack Lam at the Fontana Leisure Parks and Casino here.

Unlike Vice President Leni Robredo, Commission on Higher Education (CHED) chair Patricia Licuanan is not stepping down from her post even after she was banned from attending Cabinet meetings.

An alleged shabu supplier of drug lord Kerwin Espinosa has surrendered to Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa.

The senators cajoled, raised their voices and issued veiled threats as they demanded the truth.

It’s Vice President Leni Robredo who might be plotting to oust President Duterte and not the other way around, Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said yesterday.

While accepting “with a heavy heart” the resignation of Vice President Leni Robredo  from the Cabinet, President Duterte was quick to name her replacement yesterday.

The government is looking at Russia as the next work destination for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said yesterday.

The rift between President Duterte and Vice President Leni Robredo is exposing cracks in the current administration, which in the long run may negatively impact the economy, a European business leader said yesterday.

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