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The poll chief’s estranged wife Patricia “Tish” Bautista said she is still optimistic that her complaints against husband Juan Andres “Andy” Bautista would prosper. 

The House panel on appropriations said it had been given "the green light" to restore the budget of the Commission on Human Rights and two other government agencies given an appropriation of only P1,000 for 2018.

Even his son Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte would not be spared from the killings if he gets involved in illegal drugs, President Rodrigo Duterte said Wednesday.

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President Rodrigo Duterte raised the bounty for cops involved in the illegal drug trade to P3 million as he expressed frustration over the slow hunt for these policemen.

Progressive groups vowed that demonstrations commemorating Martial Law will be “peaceful” as they would not give the Duterte administration any excuse for a possible dictatorial rule.

Abuses are rampant among policemen in Metro Manila, President Rodrigo Duterte has admitted, as he vowed to “slaughter” law enforcers who are guilty of criminal acts.

President Rodrigo Duterte said detained Sen. Leila de Lima will soon have a case to answer regarding the Aquino administration's allegedly anomalous Disbursement Acceleration Program.

“It's a farce.”

A Korean national, named as a person of interest in Jee Ick Joo kidnap-slay case, is currently under government detention.

The Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council will hold its third meeting under the Duterte administration on Wednesday to discuss the government’s key legislative measures.

Horacio Tomas Castillo III's death has sparked public outrage. It also brought into focus talks of amending the country's anti-hazing policy.

The Department of Justice placed 16 members of the Aegis Juris Fraternity, persons of interest in the fatal hazing of UST law student Horacio Castillo III, under the Immigration Lookout Bulletin Order.

Sen. Grace Poe urged President Rodrigo Duterte to nominate the late Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago for the conferment of the Quezon Service Cross, the highest recognition of the country.

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