SPEAKER Lord Allan Velasco on Tuesday reiterated his commitment to pass the legislative agenda of President Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte without turning the House of Representatives into Malacañang’s rubber stamp. Velasco
CALAMBA - The fancied 3x3 basketball quartet of Alvin Pasaol, Joshua Munzon, Troy Rike and Santi Santillan hardly missed a beat despite a long seven-month lay-off. "It's about trusting each
THE National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) yesterday announced the recent arrest in Pasay City of two Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) members implicated in the 2002 Sulu abduction of religious members.
THE Philippine National Police (PNP) yesterday released the findings of the Special Investigation Task Group Bell 429 regarding the helicopter crash that led to the death of former PNP Comptroller,
CABANATUAN CITY – The new Central Luzon police director “went ballistic” during his first command visit to Nueva Ecija on Monday afternoon as he expressed dismay over the “measly” 51
MERALCO turned to Chris Newsome when it mattered most to escape with a thrilling 109-104 win over Magnolia in overtime in the PBA Philippine Cup at the Angeles University Foundation
A BUTCHER who reportedly attempted to steal a motorcycle held hostage an 11-year-old student apparently to use him as a shield against policemen apprehending him on Monday in Quezon City.
SENATOR Lito Lapid has filed a bill which seeks to amend Republic Act No. 8047 or the "Book Publishing Industry Development Act." The amendment will mandate the publishers participating in
SENATOR Ramon Bong Revilla Jr. has a filed a measure which seeks to amend an antiquated law granting licenses to contractors in the construction industry and to rectify infirmities in
SENATE Minority Leader Franklin Drilon lamented the insufficient support from the government to the pandemic-stricken tourism industry, citing the meager budget of the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the absence