No PDAF for PNoy critics in House - Jinggoy

MANILA, Philippines - Senate President Pro Tempore Jinggoy Estrada said he sees nothing wrong with Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile's decision not to give additional maintenance and other operating expenses (MOOE) funds to his 4 critics.

Father, Son, Grandson (Producer's Cut), Ep.2

Kampanya Serye-Camarines Sur, Episode 2

No reason to change Senate leadership - Jinggoy

MANILA, Philippines -- Senator Jinggoy Estrada on Tuesday said he sees no reason to change the leadership of the upper chamber even after Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile moved to declare his post vacant amid an ouster move.

SC urged: Probe security lapse in Cebu shooting

MANILA, Philippines - The Department of Justice (DOJ) called on the Supreme Court (SC) to investigate the lapse in security at the Palace of Justice in Cebu City where a shooting rampage took place on Tuesday morning that left 3 people, including the gunman, dead.

'Congress won't defend take-down clause in Cybercrime Act'

MANILA - Congress is not keen on defending the so-called "take-down clause" or Sec. 19 of the Cybercrime Prevention Act, according to a lawyer for the petitioners against the controversial law.

PNoy to soldiers: Ensure peaceful polls

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine Army concluded its change-of-command ceremony at Fort Bonifacio on Tuesday.

Liabilities in Atimonan won't reach PAOCC - NBI

MANILA, Philippines - An official of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said the Presidential Anti-Organized Crime Commission (PAOCC) may not be held liable for the Atimonan shooting incident.

Manila brings sea row with China before UN

MANILA, Philippines - Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert Del Rosario announced in a press briefing Manila has taken the maritime dispute with China to an arbitral tribunal.

Pia gives P250k to abused kids, hits JPE

MANILA, Philippines - Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago isn't the only senator who found her Christmas gift to Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile returned.

Media groups sign covenant vs media corruption

MANILA - For the first time in almost a decade, the Media Nation, a network that holds regular dialogues to address pressing industry issues, has signed a covenant against media corruption.