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The Bureau of Immigration earned 18 percent or P849.4 million more than its 2016 revenue.

"We are starting. We are making a proposal to the people to revise the Constitution."


The Department of Justice has wrapped up its preliminary investigation on the fatal hazing case of University of Santo Tomas law freshman Horacio "Atio" Castillo III.

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More Filipino families experienced involuntary hunger at least once in the last quarter of 2017, the latest poll from the Social Weather Stations showed.

The former Czech Ambassador to the Philippines will stand as witness against disgraced train manager Al Vitangcol III, who is accused of forging a deal with a company he had ties with.

The University of Santo Tomas administration on Monday denied that it had anything to do in the decision to recognize Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Esther Margaux “Mocha” Uson for working in government.

There have been 6,309 drug-related deaths from July 1, 2016 to Jan. 17, 2018, the government said on Monday.

Sen. Richard Gordon slammed the supposed lack of a systematic process in the dengue vaccination program during the resumption of the Senate probe into the controversial vaccine.

Mayon volcano has an explosive eruption and Philippine authorities have raised alert to level four.

Amid the call of Sen. Panfilo “Ping” Lacson, former Philippine National Police chief, to limit the waistline of the whole police force, PNP Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa said he has no plans to do that.

House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez was only joking when he threatened to cut the budgets of local politicians who would not support the administration's shift to a federal form of government, the leader of the lower house now says.

Ressa told reporters that she had yet to receive a copy of the complaint and what NBI agents will ask. She however said that Rappler "has nothing to hide."

The University of Santo Tomas Alumni Association Inc. said its decision to recognize alumni in government service was meant to challenge recipients to uphold the university's core values.


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