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Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno will not attend the impeachment proceeding against her despite the House invitation but authorized her legal counsel to represent her.

Over the past week, President Donald Trump told a made-up story about his predecessor and revived a distorted claim about NATO that's been gathering dust for some months.

Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson has a number of reasons for not seeking a Senate seat but also emphasized one thing: it might be too early to announce future plans.

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Officials have urged authorities to hunt for a militant named Abu Dar who had reportedly relocated from Marawi City to the Unayan area in Lanao del Sur.

Sen. Vicente Sotto III's plan to file a complaint against Edward Angelo Dayao over online "name-calling" is a threat to freedom of expression, but so is Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV's plan to sue Thinking Pinoy blogger Rey Joseph Nieto.

The latest Social Weather Stations poll showed that majority of Filipinos expressed their readiness to help the victims of the war-torn Marawi City.

Supreme Court oral arguments on the consolidated petitions challenging the government's bloody drug war are set on November 21.

President Rodrigo Duterte’s invitation to China to be his country’s third telecoms operator is seen to further sweeten the two nations’ ties “in various areas” in the future, the Chinese government said Monday.

Government officials and experts are still discussing on whether the Philippines will vote "no" or abstain from a United Nations draft resolution on the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said.

The Department of Transportation filed plunder charges against former members of the Aquino Cabinet, including former Transport chief Joseph Emilio Abaya, over the allegedly anomalous P3.8-billion maintenance contract for Metro Rail Transit Line 3.

The three newly commissioned 44-meter multi-role response vessels of the Philippine Coast Guard might be tasked to patrol the West Philippine Sea in January.

The Department of Education yesterday called on the public to be vigilant against fake news as it disowned posts circulating on social media regarding the supposed suspension of classes this week.

The possible extension of martial law in Mindanao will require credible justification before it can be approved by Congress, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon said yesterday.

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