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Did BUHAY party champion other interests?

CONFLICT OF INTEREST? The film industry is the main beneficiary of a bill of BUHAY party-list, which became law in the 15th Congress, which benefits Solar Entertainment, a company owned by the family of BUHAY Rep. Irwin Tieng.

Marcos: No gains 30 years after EDSA Revolution

PANGASINAN - Vice presidential aspirant Senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Friday said the Philippines did not gain anything in the last 30 years after his father was forced to give up his reign in Malacañang during the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution.

Del Rosario defends EDCA: PH needs US aid

MANILA - Outgoing Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert Del Rosario on Friday stood firm on the importance of the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) in defending the country's claim to the West Philippine Sea. 

#NoFilter: Did Duterte go too far?

Presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s outrageous campaign statements and 'kissing spree' can only go so far before the public gets sick of them, a political analyst says.

#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.