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The Sandiganbayan on Thursday denied the motion filed by detained Sen. Jinggoy Estrada to revert to the previous schedule of his weekly bail hearing.

President Benigno Aquino III is scheduled to lead the inaugural rites of the Iloilo Convention Center on September 14 in Iloilo City.

The amount of agriculture and infrastructure damage caused by "Ineng" has ballooned to P2.6 billion while the typhoon's death toll has reached 31.

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The armies of the Philippines and Brunei are eyeing joint exercises and trainings to strengthen their cooperation and to improve their interoperability.

Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel "Mar" Roxas II, the administration's standard-bearer is confident they could put up a strong ticket for 2016 elections.

Three former officials of the Bureau of Immigration are now facing graft charges for allowing suspected international terrorist Vo Van Duc to leave the country in 2005.

The Bangsamoro Basic Law and Sangguniang Kabataan Reform Law, along with the 2016 national budget, are among the priority bills of the Senate and the House of Representatives before the end of regular sessions.

Malacañang on Wednesday defended its decision to field members of the Philippine National Police's Highway Patrol Group to man the traffic along EDSA.

The incoming United States’ aid director to the Philippines vowed to further strengthen the agency's development programs in the country.

Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina on Thursday apologized to overseas Filipino workers for the recent issue on balikbayan boxes.

Senate President Franklin Drilon on Thursday said the presidential survey conducted by the Liberal Party was not meant to deceive the public.

The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has declared an emergency situation necessitating a negotiated procurement for a P4.25-billion contract for the long-term maintenance provider of the Metro Rail Transit Line 3 (MRT-3).

Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo thinks that Sen. Grace Poe should not run for president because she once renounced her being a Filipino and acquired American citizenship and lived in the United States for 14-15 years.