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I have rights
but no title

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…

Canada: Shooting
spree was terrorism

A masked gunman killed a soldier standing guard at Canada's war memorial Wednesday, then stormed Parliament in an attack that was stopped cold when he was shot to death by the ceremonial sergeant-at-arms. Canada's prime minister called it the country's…

Pemberton getting
negative treatment

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”…

‘Gone Girl’ shows
up with bombshell

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…

‘He thought we
were real women’

Under colorful lights and the influence of alcohol, things are not what they seem. And inside a motel room, realization of the truth can be deadly.…

‘I don’t attend
wakes of strangers’

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

P10M for witness’

The camp of Vice President Jejomar Binay allegedly paid a witness P10 million to prevent him from appearing before the Senate blue ribbon subcommittee investigating the controversial Makati City Hall 2 parking building, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV disclosed on Wednesday.…

Aquino: I did not
offer Binay help

“I did not offer any help.” This was the response of President Benigno Aquino III which refuted the claim of Vice President Jejomar Binay's camp that it was the president who first offered help to the vice president in facing…

VFA a ‘failure’

Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago called the 15-year-old Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) a "failure" because it merely served to keep the Philippines attached to its "former colonizer" the United States (US). …

Binay gets formal
Senate summons

Vice President Jejomar Binay has been invited anew to face the allegations lodged against him--this time from the main Senate blue ribbon committee being headed by Senator Teofisto Guingona III. …

US still has custody
of Pemberton

Despite his transfer to a Philippine military camp, a US Marine suspected in the killing of a Filipino transgender will stay under the custody of the US, its embassy said in a statement.…

Wife bares
gov’s sex video

The wife of Camarines Norte Governor ‎Edgardo Tallado has surfaced after she was reported missing and said that she feared for her life following her discovery of a “sex video” of her husband and his alleged mistress.…

Binay ‘dummy’
faces Senate probe

Chinese-Filipino businessman Antonio Tiu faced the Senate blue ribbon subcommittee on Wednesday to answer allegations that he was the dummy of Vice President Jejomar Binay for a 350-hectare property in Batangas province. …

‘The issue
is the killing’

While recognizing the gender rights issue related to the killing of transgender woman Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude, allegedly by a US Marine, the city prosecutor on Tuesday said she would focus on the “criminal aspect” in the preliminary investigation of the…

DAP fell short
of objective–COA

The Commission on Audit has spoken: The controversial economic stimulus program of the Aquino administration fell short of its promise of accelerating spending.…


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