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VP Binay's 'doktora' is a veteran politician's wife

News.abs-cbn.com takes a look at the women and men who may soon be moving into the Palace as First Lady or First Gentleman. 

Elenita Binay sat in the front row when Vice President Jejomar Binay angrily severed ties with the Aquino government last year, playing the support role she has known so well after over four decades.

Korina Sanchez: Being there for Mar

News.abs-cbn.com takes a look at the women and men who may soon be moving into the Palace as First Lady or First Gentleman. The fourth part of the series looks at Korina Sanchez, who will be First Lady if Manuel 'Mar' Roxas II wins.

Duterte's shocking, shrewd shot at the Philippine presidency

MANILA - Rodrigo Duterte launched his profanity-laced campaign to become president of the mainly Catholic Philippines with a tirade against the pope that included branding the revered figure's mother a prostitute.

Will LP machinery deliver on May 9?

Will the Liberal Party's (LP) political machinery deliver on Election Day? 

Duterte, kandidato ng komunistang NPA: Miriam

Nababahala si Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago na posibleng gumamit ng dahas si Duterte kapag hindi ito nanalo bilang pangulo.

Inday Sara: Duterte daughter shuns First Lady role

News.abs-cbn.com takes a look at the women and men who may soon be moving into the Palace as First Lady or First Gentleman. The third part of the series looks at Sara Duterte, who will be First Lady if Mayor Rodrigo Duterte wins.

Jail no barrier to political career in Philippines

SHARIFF AGUAK, Philippines - Walking off stage after a rock star-like performance and rapturous crowd reaction, Sajid Ampatuan oozes confidence that he will be elected mayor of a southern Philippine town despite facing charges of mass murder.

As mayor, Philippines' 'Trump of the East' wooed business

MANILA - It looks almost inevitable now that the Philippines' next president will be a man who has said he would kill his own children if they took drugs and has vowed to challenge China by jet-skiing to a disputed island to plant his country's flag.

Presidential race still too close to call, analysts say

The presidential race is far from over, 5 days away from the general elections, according to analysts interviewed by ABS-CBN News.

No political honeymoon after May polls: analyst

MANILA – A political analyst fears that the Philippines will enter a high level of political uncertainty immediately after the May elections, as there is a high likelihood that the winner in the presidential race will be the choice of a minority of the electorate, a political analyst said.