VP Binay: Our ratings are high too

MANILA, Philippines - Vice President Jejomar Binay disputed an accusation from administration officials that members of the United Nationalist Alliance are merely riding on President Aquino’s popularity to increase their chances of winning in the elections.

PNoy touts PH gains in anti-corruption summit

MANILA, Philippines – President Benigno Aquino III on Thursday touted the gains achieved by the Philippines in fighting corruption under his administration.

Grace Poe drops hubby's name in poll bid

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATE) - Grace Poe-Llamanzares, daughter of the late Action King Fernando Poe Jr., is dropping the name of her husband to strengthen her bid in the Senate race.

Trump Jr: USS Guardian more important than reef

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATE) - The son of real estate mogul Donald Trump is incensed with the decision to scrap the $277 million USS Guardian after it crashed into the Tubbataha Reef in Palawan.

PNoy open to certifying FOI bill as urgent

MANILA, Philippines - Quezon Rep. Erin Tañada hinted yesterday that President Aquino is open to certifying the Freedom of Information (FOI) bill as urgent.

Syria's Assad seeks PH help

MANILA, Philippines - As bodies continued to pile up in the bloody civil war in his country, Syrian President Bashar Assad has turned to the Philippines for help in finding a “political solution” to the conflict.

Lakas to pit Revilla vs Roxas, Binay in 2016

MANILA - It's still 3 years away, but political parties are already naming their bets for the 2016 presidential elections.

Binay, Mar, Bong to run for president in 2016?

Posibleng magharap sa labanan sa pagka-pangulo sina Vice President Jejomar Binay, DILG Secretary Mar Roxas at Senador Bong Revilla. Ito'y matapos silang pangalanan ng kani-kanilang partido bilang manok sa 2016 presidential elections. Magba-Bandila si Chiara Zambrano. Bandila, Enero 30, 2013, Miyerkules

Bong Revilla undecided on 2016 presidential bid

MANILA, Philippines – Senator Ramon ‘Bong’ Revilla Jr. on Wednesday said he has yet to decide if he will run for president in 2016.

CBCP's claims 'unfair' - Lacierda

MANILA - Malacañang described as unfair the criticisms of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) aired Tuesday on some political and social issues.