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Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday blasted what her camp labeled as moves by former Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to deceive and lie to the Presidential Electoral Tribunal by presenting non-registered voters as witnesses in the defeated vice presidential candidate's electoral protest.

Officials from the PNP, DILG and PDEA, among others, are expected to attend the November 28 hearing on the petitions challenging President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war.

President Rodrigo Duterte is abandoning the peace talks with the communists as he threatened to shut down mining firms that are paying the so-called revolutionary tax to the rebels.

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President Rodrigo Duterte said he would move to categorize Maoist rebels as terrorists as he doused fears that he would declare a revolutionary government.

Two justices zeroed in on the government circulars allowing Oplan Double Barrel and Masa Masid and whether the two orders violated any laws.

House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez renewed his suggestion to abolish the Court of Appeals to improve the judicial system in the country and hasten resolution of cases.

A human rights lawyer asked the high court to declare as unconstitutional a police and an Interior department memorandum on the government's ferocious crackdown on narcotics.

Former Transport secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya expressed his confidence that he and the others who are being charged over the Metro Rail Transit Line 3 anomaly will be vindicated.

Malacañang on Tuesday countered Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno's statement that the attempt to impeach her poses a threat to the country's democracy.

The Philippine Navy has stopped sending ships to patrol the Panatag Shoal in the disputed West Philippine Sea for almost two years now, Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano said.

Majority of the senators on Tuesday voted a resolution pushing for the transfer of the Senate office to Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City.

Sen. Leila de Lima slammed the Philippine National Police for supposedly barring high-profile foreign delegates from visiting her in her detention center in Camp Crame.

Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque on Tuesday said he plans to ride the Metro Rail Transit 3 weekly to better understand commuters' struggles.

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