WASHINGTON. — Hundreds of thousands of women, many with husbands, boyfriends and children in tow, filled the streets of several major US cities on Saturday in an unprecedented wave of mass protests against President Donald Trump the day after his inauguration.
by PETER J. G. TABINGO on January 23, 2017 63 View(s) 0 Comment(s)
LOCAL government units (LGUs) and the Department of National Defense (DND) were the biggest violators of rules on the utilization of disaster funds under RA 10121 or the Philippine Disaster and Risk Reduction Management Act.
by ASHZEL HACHERO on January 23, 2017 50 View(s) 0 Comment(s)
JUSTICE Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II yesterday said he is confident the controversial Mamasapano case involving members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters and private armed groups (PAGs) will be resolved within the year if the Supreme Court approves the prosecution’s request for the transfer of venue to Metro Manila.
by RAYMOND AFRICA on January 23, 2017 87 View(s) 0 Comment(s)
THE PNP Anti-Kidnapping Group yesterday said it is eyeing the involvement of an alleged agent of the National Bureau of Investigation and a suspended policeman from the National Capital Region Police Office as cohorts of SPO3 Ricky Sta. Isabel in the kidnapping of Korean executive Jee Ick-joo.
by JP LOPEZ on January 23, 2017 78 View(s) 0 Comment(s)
JUSTICE Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II is expected to be grilled today when the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee starts its investigation on the bribery scandal that rocked the Bureau of Immigration recently.
by VICTOR REYES on January 23, 2017 153 View(s) 0 Comment(s)
ARMED Forces chief Gen. Eduardo Año told ground commanders in Sulu to display their “highest degree of commandership” as he relayed his new timeline of six months within which to defeat the lawless Abu Sayyaf group.
THIRTY-FOUR agencies, or more than double the number of government offices during its launch in November, are now involved in the electronic-Freedom of Information (eFOI) program of the Duterte administration.
THE Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will file this week a criminal case against the owner of the 18-wheeler trailer truck that flipped on its side and caused a raffic jam on Commonwealth Ave. in Quezon City last Thursday.
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