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The “good Samaritan” turned principal suspect in the hazing death of Horacio Castillo III surrendered yesterday, together with another member of the Aegis Juris fraternity, saying they wanted to clear their name, even as another suspect was reported to have fled to the United States with his mother.

Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno will file on Monday before the House committee on justice her response to the impeachment complaint filed against her.

Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Andres Bautista may have escaped impeachment by the House of Representatives, but he will not be able to dodge the inquiry being conducted by the Senate on his alleged undeclared wealth.

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John Paul Solano, one of the primary suspects in the apparent fatal hazing of Horacio Castillo III, has surrendered to Sen. Panfilo Lacson.

President Rodrigo Duterte's most recent visit to Marawi City was an indication that the crisis may soon be over, his national security adviser said, as the main fighting area shrinks further to areas near Lake Lanao.

The Department of Justice junked rape and attempted rape complaints against actor Vhong Navarro due to lack of probable cause.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV on Friday filed a complaint against Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Margaux "Mocha" Uson at the Office of the Ombudsman.

A member of the Aegis Juris Fraternity has reached out to the Department of Justice to shed light on the case of Horacio Castillo III, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said.

 All witnesses in the apparent fatal hazing of Horacio Castillo III may be placed government protection.

Who are the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption, and how far will they go for President Duterte?

As Manila marks 45 years to the day when martial law was declared, a global study showed that the Philippines had the highest level of impunity among 69 countries.

President Duterte went straight to Marawi City last night, leaving Manila amid protests against his administration over extrajudicial killings and police abuses in relation to his drug war.

Information and Communications Technology Secretary Rodolfo Salalima has resigned from the Cabinet for personal and work-related reasons.