Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic Leonen said the Muntinlupa judge handling Sen. Leila de Lima’s drug case should have first asked more probing questions about the case before ordering the lawmaker’s arrest.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s loved ones on Tuesday took to Facebook to share their heartwarming messages for the Chief Executive on occasion of his 72nd birthday.
A member of United Kingdom’s House of Lords or upper parliament has called on the government of the United Arab Emirates to grant Filipina domestic helper Jennifer Dalquez clemency to save her from death row.
Job mismatch turned out to be a problem for some OFWs who went to Tuesday’s government-sponsored job fair in Quezon City meant for Filipino workers who lost their jobs in the Middle East due to recession.
David Beckham has scored an own goal on Facebook after upsetting Hong Kongers by lumping their city in with China–then annoyed mainlanders when he tried to fix his mess.
Trucks and other heavy motor vehicles plying the stretch of Sauyo Road and Old Sauyo Road will now be banned within a certain time in Quezon City in order to ease traffic congestion.
Vice President Leni Robredo will be meeting with Interior Secretary Ismael Sueno over alleged irregularities in the administration’s drug war, which she raised in a video message for a UN side session recently.
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez has filed a graft complaint against Davao del Norte Rep. Antonio Floirendo Jr. for allegedly having ‘financial and pecuniary interest’ to a contract for an agricultural business while being a public servant in 2003.
Solicitor General Jose Calida on Tuesday called on the justices of the Supreme Court (SC) to junk Senator Leila De Lima’s plea to be released from detention over drug-related charges.
Senator Panfilo Lacson on Tuesday defended the Philippine National Police (PNP) for calling out the media over its reported figures on alleged drug-related killings, saying ‘misconceptions” on the gravity of the drug war should be corrected.