(UPDATE, 10:10 a.m.) Embattled Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Monday said parliament will be dissolved following the resignation of opposition leaders who have called for the creation of a new governing body with unelected members.
The Quezon City government on Monday said it has stopped the business operation of all commercial stalls occupying the Manila Seedling Bank compound along Quezon Avenue for violating provisions of the QC Revenue Code and the National Building Code.
Senator Sergio "Serge" Osmena III wants to strike out from the Senate’s records both speeches of Senate Minority Leader Juan Ponce Enrile and Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago for being "unparliamentary."
Can the government still withdraw the parole granted former Batangas Gov. Antonio Leviste? President Benigno Aquino III wants to know.
The killing of Michael Diaz Milo, host of a daily radio show and a program director of DXFM radio, further worsened the Philippines' standing as one of the most dangerous places for journalists.
With Malacanang still in the process of crafting an executive order that would define former senator Panfilo Lacson's functions and powers as post-Yolanda rehabilitation czar, the former national police chief vowed to be focused on the job at hand, blind to political colors.
A clan of 29 people who flew to Manila just days after typhoon Yolanda struck typifies the fond hope of thousands of refugees: to be back home in Tacloban, where they want to pick up the pieces of their lives--not in strange territory, where they don't want to burden strangers for too long.
Eduardo "Danding" Cojuangco Jr., a crony of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos, underwent a successful kidney transplant Monday, her daughter-in-law, Pangasinan Representative Kimi Cojuangco said.