#ThewRap: Things you need to know, November 27, 2017

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The House Committee on Justice continues hearings on the verified impeachment complaints against Supreme Court (SC) Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.

You can watch today's hearing and previous hearings here.

On their return to the drug war, Philippine National Police Chief Ronald dela Rosa says they will proceed at 'full speed' but with 'extreme caution.'

The police force, he said, has learned a lot of lessons from their previous participation in the war on drugs, and dela Rosa vows to apply them on their third try.

In an earlier press conference, he admitted that their only mistake in the drug war was to charge without cleansing their ranks first, a sentiment long voiced out by critics.

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Finally, are you a fan of the Miss Universe competition? Check out our live blog for real-time updates!

Stay tuned as we bring you today's most important news.

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LIVE: House hearing on impeachment complaints vs Chief Justice Sereno

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Pope Francis sends rosary to De Lima

'This gift will constantly remind me that...I should keep the faith and fight tirelessly for the welfare of the Filipino people,' says Senator Leila de Lima

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Sereno impeachment: Summary of the Chief Justice's earnings, expenses

A lawmaker wants Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno to present proof of her purchases, such as receipts

Pope heads to Myanmar and into Rohingya crisis

Pope Francis will arrive in Myanmar hoping to encourage efforts to contain a crisis that has seen many of the Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic minority in the mostly Buddhist Myanmar, forced from their homes

Drugs deaths, diets, and the problem of experts

Alas, the world is confusing. All we can do is do our best to educate ourselves, keep our own biases in check, and maintain open minds.

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