• Marcos for VP

    Marcos for VP

    Launches formal bid, gets endorsed by Estrada

    SENATOR Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. officially launched his candidacy for vice president on Saturday by assailing the failings of the Aquino administration, particularly in poverty alleviation, job creation, criminality and public transportation. Flanked by former President Joseph Estrada,...
  • MILF hand seen

    MILF hand seen

    Rebel commander identified as one of Italian’s abductors

    A COMMANDER of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front was identified  Friday  as among the 10 suspects who snatched Italian Rolando del Torchio in Dipolog, Zamboanga del Norte  on Wednesday. A source who spoke on condition of anonymity identified Saher Muloc, leader of the Muloc group, and commander...
  • UN: GMA jailing flouts int’l law

    UN: GMA jailing flouts int’l...

    A UNITED Nations panel has ruled that the Philippine government violated international law and deprived former President and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo of her human rights by her continued detention, which it described as arbitrary, illegal and politically motivated. The UN Working Committee on...
  • Tolentino resigns, ends bid for senate

    Tolentino resigns, ends bid for...

    METRO Manila Development Authority Chairman Francis Tolentino announced his resignation  Wednesday, few days after he came under fire for doing nothing to stop a female dance group from simulating sex acts on stage after a Liberal Party event in Laguna. He also asked the Liberal Party to drop his name...
  • Awash in money

    Awash in money

    Bailiwicks of Aquino, Roxas get big budgets

    THE bulk of the P44 billion in Bottom-up-Budgeting or BuB funds has been allotted to traditional bailiwicks of President Benigno Aquino III and the ruling Liberal Party’s standard bearer Manuel Roxas II, such as Central Luzon, Panay and Cebu, Kabataan Rep. Terry Ridon said  Tuesday. “A closer...

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