#MayForever: Most Filipinos believe in 'forever', SWS says

Most Filipinos believe in "forever," according to a new Social Weather Stations survey.

Marcos raises sabotage fears amid poll glitches

MANILA - Vice-presidential aspirant Senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Thursday expressed fears of doubtful election results due to technical glitches experienced by Commission on Elections three months before the May 9 polls.

REPORT CARD: Would you vote for these party-list groups again?

One party-list lawmaker has not authored a single bill since 2013.

Dengue vaccines, dumating na sa Pilipinas

Gagamitin ito para sa libreng bakuna sa mga mag-aaral ngayong Abril.

Maritime row on US-ASEAN summit agenda

MANILA - Regional maritime disputes will again be on the agenda when the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) holds a commemorative summit with the United States in California next week.

Marcos says Miriam is healthy enough to campaign

On Day Three, Senator and vice-presidential aspirant Ferdinand Marcos Jr. again went on the campaign trail without his running-mate, presidential aspirant Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago.

How Napoles' daughter nearly became an OFW party-list rep

Weeks before he died, Rep. Roy Seneres gave ABS-CBN News the backstory on how Janet Lim Napoles' daughter came to be a nominee of the OFW Family Club party-list group. 

Trillanes launches vice pres'l campaign in GenSan

GENERAL SANTOS CITY - Vice-presidential candidate Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Wednesday kicked off his campaign for the May 9, 2016 elections in General Santos City.

Marcelino and I are innocent, says Chinese national

MANILA - Chinese national Yan Yi Shou, who was arrested with Marine Lt. Col. Ferdinand Marcelino last January 21 in an alleged clandestine shabu laboratory, urged the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Wednesday to dismiss the criminal charges filed by the Philippine National Police Anti-Illegal Drugs Group (PNP-AIDG) and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).

Bongbong: I won't follow in my dad's footsteps

ABRA – Vice-presidential bet Senator Ferdinand ''Bongbong'' Marcos Jr. on Wednesday said he will not follow in the footsteps of his father, the late strongman former President Ferdinand Marcos.