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Telco representatives are not spared from bad internet connection
The deputy speaker blames ‘ABS-CBN people’ for ‘playing it up on social media’
Given the still rising numbers, Roque's exuberance is misplaced, to say the least
''Pag may technical problems ang NTC, parang nawawalan ako ng pag-asa sa online learning na mangyayari sa bansa natin,' says Senator Sherwin Gatchalian
Cavite 4th District Representative Elpidio Barzaga Jr says Martial Law victims are still waiting for their compensation decades after Marcos was ousted
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana explains the President’s reason for calling off planned visits to the country’s main outpost in the West Philippine Sea
The NTC cites Executive Order 205 signed by ex-president Cory Aquino in 1987, which 'removed' the franchise requirement for cable TV operators
Netizens are having none of 1-SAGIP Representative Rodante Marcoleta's antics, calling him a 'joke' for his treatment of the ABS-CBN chairman emeritus
Looks like Cardo Dalisay has earned himself another enemy in the person of the Solicitor General
Some comments say in jest that St Peter Life Plans and Chapels – more than the government – is 'taking care of us’
The Presidential Spokesman defends Senator Bong Go in reaction to a Rappler article about how the Duterte aide benefits from state media coronavirus coverage
After getting slammed on social media over an insensitive remark, neophyte Senator Bato dela Rosa is asked to return to work in the Senate building
House Deputy Speaker Rodante Marcoleta ends his speech, too, with a video of Kapamilya star Vice Ganda jokingly challenging Pastor Apollo Quiboloy way back in 2019
(UPDATED) 'Wala pa rin pagtitipon kasi 'yun 'yung policy,' says Major General Debold Sinas, who violated the policy himself on his birthday
The President loves songs that depict him as heroic and elevate him to the role of savior but the drama of the post-briefing music is not lost on netizens
In the end, the question is left unanswered: why can't government do widespread mass testing for the novel coronavirus?
At least 90 Presidential Security Group personnel test positive through rapid tests but negative in more stringent swab tests. They were put in isolation in a building in the Malacañang complex.
'Imagine a Zoom meeting with 60 to 80 participants,' says an official about the most important meeting in the pandemic-stricken country
Communications Undersecretary Rocky Ignacio asks actor-turned-Ormoc City Mayor Richard Gomez for a message to his friends at ABS-CBN and he says the unexpected
Doctors have been held at checkpoints because their government licensure IDs show the word ‘physician’
Vice President Leni Robredo didn't have to say much to clap back at her critic, PACC Commissioner Manuelito Luna
Blind items accusing the President's grandson of cutting the line at a Davao City grocery store surface on social media. Omar is Paolo's son with former wife, Lovelie Sangkola.
Social media users are appalled by the gall of Cabinet and House members to lump themselves with the overworked health workers on the frontlines of the battle against COVID-19
Netizens are quick to catch the OWWA deputy administrator's gaffe
Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano loves this unique painting inside his office
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte says President Rodrigo Duterte's fear of her is only 'in his mind'
Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano tells his predecessor, 'hopefully, ma’am this bridge, from your speakership to mine, will also serve as bridge from your family to mine'
President Rodrigo Duterte also brushes aside a 'no-touch' policy between him and the public
'Please don’t try to mediate,' Senator Pia Cayetano, chair of the ways and means committee, tells fellow senators. 'Resolve the jurisdictional issue.'
'Why are we so in love with POGOs?' Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon asks sarcastically
Newly appointed Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs co-chair Dante Jimenez proves his support for the drug war with a thumbprint marked in blood
Congresswomen take the lead during the House session to mark the start of Women's Month
Colonel Orlando Yebra has the rare record of speaking with two high-profile hostage takers in his career
'So pasalamat dapat si Minority Leader [Franklin Drilon] because he belongs to the minority but he gets the majority vote,' says Senator Ronald 'Bato' dela Rosa
'Being a neophyte senator, he may not be aware of our tradition and our rules,' says Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon, a 4-time Senate president
Daniel Bastard, Reporters Without Borders Asia Pacific desk head, recalls telling Communications Secretary Martin Andanar that they can agree to disagree
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III demonstrates the 'best greeting' on Valentine's Day
'Baka naman makahingi tayo ng p'wede nating gamitin,' says Senator Francis Tolentino as 'advice' to new AFP chief Felimon Santos Jr
Senator Sotto asks Senator Marcos: 'Then why did you not object? Senator Dela Rosa abstained. If you were in the session hall, then you should have abstained.'
Scrapping the key military pact with the US is disadvantageous to the Armed Forces of the Philippines, say two senior military officers who spoke on condition of anonymity
(UPDATED) Manila Water's employees want to hear big news direct from management rather than the media
The Vice President also gives pan de sal to the evacuees, sending a message to her critic and administration propagandist Mocha Uson
Foreign Secretary Teodoro 'Teddyboy' Locsin Jr and Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian start the New Year with a resolution to 'seize the day and live life to the full'
Manny Villar to take over water distribution in Metro Manila? 'We will not sell.... We will not stand down,' MVP tells Maynilad executives
'Nothing out of the ordinary,' says the former president's spokesperson Abi Valte of his health
'Ako na maghawak,' says President Rodrigo Duterte about the Philippine National Police in the event he can't find an 'honest' cop to helm the force
The Philippine leader who ordered a bloody house-to-house crackdown on illegal drugs is now a Halloween mask
The Speaker is hoping for a bigger family for him and his wife, Taguig congresswoman Lani Cayetano
Police generals are shocked and angered by the abrupt 'revamp' ordered by their officer in charge Lieutenant General Archie Gamboa. The current top cop believes it's necessary for an organization in crisis.
The Pasig mayor knows the old power is out to retake the city from him, but he is not about to resort to dirty tricks just to stay in office