FOLLOWING his release from prison, convicted American soldier Joseph Scott Pemberton had been successfully deported. The Bureau of Immigration (BI) said Pemberton boarded a military aircraft bound for the United
JUSTICE Secretary Menardo Guevarra yesterday expressed relief that the saga of US Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton, who was deported by the Bureau of Immigration on Sunday morning, was finally over.
SENATOR Grace Poe pressed the Bureau of Customs (BOC) the fast-track the automation of its processes to curb corruption and lessen human-to-human contact that could spread the Covid 19. Poe
A TOTAL of 3,532 members of the Philippine National Police who contracted the COVID-19 virus have already recovered from the disease, a report to PNP chief, General Camilo Pancratius P.
HOUSE Assistant Majority Leader and ACT-CIS party-list Rep. Niña Taduran on Sunday aired concern over the rising number of complaints on social media about Internet Service Providers (ISP) failing to
NETIZENS took to social media to wish Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle’s speedy recovery after he tested positive for COVID-19. Within minutes after the Vatican announced the cardinal’s condition, prayers poured
ILONGGO consumer advocacy group Koalisyon Bantay Kuryente (KBK) denounced the latest tactic of MORE Electric and Power Corporation (MORE Power) in organizing a new group using the same name with
AN investigative report on the real situation of the power system in Iloilo City was released by the Publishers’ Association of the Philippines (PAPI), the country’s largest media group of
LAWYER Larry Gadon on Sunday said a possible impeachment complaint against Supreme Court (SC) Associate Justice Marvic Leonen is still an option over the latter’s alleged non-filing of his Statement
HOTELS in areas under general community quarantine (GCQ) may soon accept "staycation" guests aside from health workers and exempted employees, Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat confirmed on Friday night. "Upon the