President Benigno Aquino III has again junked calls to amend the economic provisions of the Constitution.
Tensions in Taiwan over the death of a 65-year-old fisherman off the waters of Batanes two weeks ago "have already eased a little," deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said.
In a series of photos sent to News5, the runaway former police officer tagged in the Dacer-Corbito double murder case could be seen posing just outside his former detention compound at the NBI on Sunday.
Twenty-four people were killed and 237 others injured when a massive tornado blasted the southern suburbs of Oklahoma City, the capital of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, on Monday, state officials said Tuesday.
Amid the jitters caused by Saudi Arabia’s crackdown on illegal foreign workers, the kingdom has signed with the Philippines a labor agreement with unprecedented terms meant to ease the deployment of more Filipino household service workers (HSWs) and improve the situation of those already there.
Faulty compact flash cards--used by automated voting equipment to store data--may have delayed electronic transmission of poll results, Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairperson Sixto Brillantes Jr. said on Tuesday.
Leni Robredo, the newly-proclaimed representative of Camarines Sur, set foot Wednesday at the House of Representative, her new office for the next three years, saying she wanted to buckle down to serious work early.
Although three doses of tetanus vaccine costs only US$2, the Philippines remains among the 28 countries that have yet to eliminate the disease, which nations like Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Timor Leste and Iraq already have.