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Although he was not holding the title to the land, businessman Antonio Tiu on Wednesday told the Senate blue ribbon subcommittee that he owned the Batangas farm and not Vice President Jejomar Binay after paying a mere P11 million for the property worth close to P450 million.


Taking exception to criticism that US Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton was being treated by the Philippine government with kid gloves, President Aquino said on Wednesday that in fact the suspect in the gruesome killing of transgender Filipino Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude was getting “special negative treatment.”


Surprised by a bombshell on their personal life unraveled on live television by his wife five days after she was supposed to have gone missing, Gov. Edgardo A. Tallado preferred to keep mum about her allegations of infidelity and physical abuses.


Businessman Antonio Tiu, who was accused by Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV of fronting for Vice President Jejomar Binay, on Wednesday filed a P5-million civil case against the lawmaker for his supposed defamatory statements in the media.


President Benigno Aquino III said Wednesday that if necessary, he is willing to be put in jail for the decisions he made during his term.


Is President Benigno Aquino III too busy? Will he ever show up in the wake of slain transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude?


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