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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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President Duterte has apologized for the inconvenience caused by the detaching of a Metro Rail Transit (MRT) coach from a train in Makati City last week.

For a revolutionary government to take place there must first be a revolution.

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is ready to act on President Duterte’s plan to issue a proclamation declaring the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing New People’s Army (NPA) as a terrorist organization.

Will the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) tone down its criticisms against the administration of President Duterte under a new leadership?

President Duterte said he does not dress to impress after he was bashed for wearing wrinkled barong tagalog during the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Manila last week.

Two committees of the House of Representatives will likely conduct a joint investigation into the Social Security System’s multimillion-peso stock trading scandal.

 It may not be long before the Philippine National Police (PNP) takes back the lead role in the war against illegal drugs, President Duterte has said.

The military will use the last remaining weeks of martial law to address all remaining terror threats in Mindanao following last month’s defeat of the Maute group in Marawi City.

Showing up at the Nov. 22 House justice committee hearing will entirely be up to Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno, but lawmakers warned that non-appearance may worsen the impeachment complaint filed against her.

President Duterte is set to fire next week government officials who have been traveling abroad even without the necessary travel order released by his office.

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