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Binay not immune
from suit–Cayetano

Vice President Jejomar Binay may be haled to court, according to Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, who is challenging the general notion that since the vice president may be removed from office only by impeachment, he is immune from suit as…

Sueselbeck leaves,
offers apology

The German fiance of slain Filipino transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude left the Philippines on Saturday but not before apologizing to the Filipinos and for “not being aware of the political part” of the crime that was committed against Laude.…

NZ mentor eyed
as Gilas’ next coach

The Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) is open to the possibility of tapping the services of a foreigner to coach the National team.…

Drilon ‘pet project’
faces Senate probe

If a resolution is filed, the Senate blue ribbon committee has no choice but to inquire into allegations that the Iloilo Convention Center is overpriced, according to some senators.…

Binay on Instagram
post: Too much

“This is too much,” Vice President Jejomar Binay said on Friday, decrying the showing of pictures of his youngest daughter in the Senate on Thursday as a way to prove he owns a 350-hectare property in Batangas province.…

Tradition, reunions
on ‘Day of the dead’

Millions across the Philippines packed into cemeteries Saturday to pay respects to their dead, in an annual tradition that combines Catholic religious rites with the country's penchant for festivity.…

Same thing
happened to me

Former President and now Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada, who admitted to accepting P200 million from a “jueteng” lord, said Vice President Jejomar Binay was experiencing “persecution” similar to what he went through when he was in Malacañang. …

Rice smuggle raps
filed vs ‘David Tan’

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) on Thursday brought to the Department of Justice (DOJ) smuggling complaints against a firm linked to suspected rice smuggler Davidson Bangayan or David Tan for the illegal importation of rice from Thailand in 2013 worth…

Peace for
missing kin

Twelve-year-old Angeline Yano threw flowers into the waters of Cancabato Bay, wishing that her mother and five siblings were now at peace. …

Tiu to be probed
for laundering

Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano has alerted authorities to the possibility that businessman Antonio Tiu could be laundering money for Vice President Jejomar Binay, saying they should be pursuing leads tending to point that way. …

Tributes pour in
for poorest senator

The portrait of a smiling Juan Flavier displayed at his wake in the Church of the Risen Lord in Quezon City is the image that will stay with the family of the former senator and health secretary. …

Church warns yoga,
feng shui believers

Practising yoga and believing in feng shui, horoscopes and lucky charms can make one vulnerable to demonic possession, warned an exorcist of the Archdiocese of Manila. …

Purefoods pulls hat
trick for first win

It's a Halloween treat for the defending champions as the Purefoods Star Hotshots blazed back with a comeback trick against the Globalport Batang Pier, 81-75, during their showdown at the PBA Philippine Cup Friday evening inside the most hallow of…

Sueselbeck leaving
PH Saturday

The German fiancé of slain Filipino transgender Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude will leave the country on Saturday, Nov. 1, after the Bureau of Immigration granted his request for voluntary deportation, lawyer Harry Roque said Friday.…

Aquino inspects
ports, terminals

President Benigno Aquino III was happy with the security preparations in major passenger terminals as he conducted an inspection Friday afternoon ahead of the expected exodus of people going to the provinces to visit their dead on All Saints' Day.…

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