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"We cannot be swayed by the emotion of the moment and go along with the general sentiment that press freedom has been threatened," the National Press Club of the Philippines said.

"We cannot be swayed by the emotion of the moment and go along with the general sentiment that press freedom has been threatened," the National Press Club of the Philippines said.

The House of Representatives voted last night to adopt a resolution convening Congress into a constituent assembly (con-ass) in preparation for work on a new Charter for a federal system of government.

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Vice President Leni Robredo’s trust rating went up from “good” to “very good” in the fourth quarter of last year, the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showed.

The Department of Health (DOH) is conducting an inventory of all the remaining stocks of the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia in the local government units as manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur has committed to take back the unused vials until Friday.

President Duterte’s longtime aide yesterday denied meddling with the procurement of the Philippine Navy’s weapons system for its warships.

Some three million senior citizens are qualified to receive an additional P200 per month this year as part of the tax reform law’s unconditional cash grant for poor Filipinos.

Those planning to run in the May 14 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) polls still have three months to decide.

More denunciations greeted yesterday the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s revocation of the license of Rappler.

President Duterte yesterday denied there was harassment involved and that he was behind the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s order to cancel news website Rappler’s corporate registration, as he stressed that those who criticize the government should come clean.

Lava flows have increased while more residents have been evacuated from villages around the restive Mayon Volcano, which continues to show signs of a coming major eruption.

Erstwhile Commission on Higher Education (CHED) chair Patricia Licuanan blamed leaked documents for her forced resignation from the agency.

Former Commission on Elections chair Christian Monsod has asked the Supreme Court (SC) to review the factual basis for extending the declaration of martial law in Mindanao, arguing that there is no existing rebellion or invasion to justify it.

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