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President Duterte asked former Dangerous Drugs Board chairman Dionisio Santiago to resign because of allegations that he used taxpayers’ money for unnecessary foreign trips, Malacañang said yesterday.

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.

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The Department of Education decried social media posts on the supposed suspension of classes this week, urging the public to be vigilant against fake news.  

Sen. Francis Pangilinan, president of the Liberal Party, expressed concerns following the pronouncements of President Rodrigo Duterte on declaring a revolutionary government.

One hundred twenty new rolling stocks for the LRT-1 funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency are seen to help decongest traffic-choked streets of Metro Manila.

President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman says China is being offered a chance to operate a third telecommunications carrier in the Philippines.

No one but President Rodrigo Duterte can ask me to do so, Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade said.

Malacañang said former Dangerous Drugs Board chief Dionisio Santiago was sacked due to corruption allegations filed against him.

Several Filipinos figured in the world's second-biggest data leak from offshore law firm Appleby showing how some of the country's politicians and business personalities keep their wealth.

Left-leaning groups filed graft complaints against transportation officials under the previous administration over an alleged anomalous maintenance contract for the problematic train system.

Embattled Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno challenged Associate Justice Teresita de Castro, who was reported to be a possible witness against her in an impeachment complaint.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno hinted that President Rodrigo Duterte might have had a hand in the impending impeachment proceeding against her.

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