Maserati driver said he would kill me: traffic constable

MANILA - A traffic enforcer who was punched and dragged by the driver of a blue Mitsubishi Marshall said he pleaded for his life after being dragged by the driver of the sports car without letting go.

Chiz on aid requests: Sorry po, bawal na po

MANILA - Can lawmakers still ask government agencies to give scholarships, medical assistance, and other forms of aid to people seeking their help?

What makes a candidate corrupt? Miriam lists down traits

MANILA - Senator Miriam Santiago said voters should look closely and assess the traits of a candidate who has the potential to be corrupt.

Stricter measures on savings, lump sums in Senate-approved 2015 budget

MANILA - The Senate has put in place stricter measures on when and how government agencies may declare savings and avail of lump sum amounts in its version of the 2015 national budget following criticisms.

Lovers joined together even after death

MANILA – Not even death could stop the "union" of a couple who perished in a fatal motorcycle accident in Mandurriao, Iloilo last week.

Pastor's father: Dalia has to repent in jail

MANILA - The family of slain Filipino race car champion Enzo Pastor continues to grieve months since his killing.

ARMM shows joyful, peaceful side in last anniversary

COTABATO CITY - Cotabato City suddenly burst into life as well-adorned floats paraded down the streets, with dances and a cheerful cacophony of music and laughter breaking the usually mundane daily grind.

What's wrong with this picture?

MANILA - A house gets ransacked by children. Once caught, the juveniles are held by DSWD for a week and then set free. What's wrong with his picture?

Carpio: No guarantee US will aid PH in China sea row

MANILA - Supreme Court (SC) Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio reiterated on Tuesday his position on the non-guarantee under the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) that the United States (US) shall come to the aid of the Philippines should tensions continue to escale, or escalate further, between the Philippines and China over territorial rows in the West Philippine Sea.

'LP not eyeing Grace Poe for presidency'

MANILA (UPDATED) - A ranking official of the Liberal Party (LP) dispelled talk that Senator Grace Poe is being considered as the party's standard bearer in the 2016 presidential elections.