By Nikko Dizon
, Tonette Orejas
With only two years left in office, President Aquino said he was proud of being the leader of a country doing what was right and showing the world that it could face any challenge as one nation, as much as he was proud of his achievements as Chief Executive in the past four years.
By Jerome Aning
The continuing public outrage over the P10-billion “pork barrel” scam should spur the people not only to bust the “fellowship of crooks” but also to work for political transformation, a private think tank said Friday.
By Maila Ager
The proposed Freedom of Information (FOI) bill that would give the public access to government records was approved by a joint panel in the Senate on Wednesday after holding only two hearings.
By Kristine Felisse Mangunay
Wanting to prevent a repeat of the confusion sowed by a new ordinance banning colorum buses in Manila, the author of a newly passed law sanctioning motorists who don’t step on the brakes when pedestrians use the zebra lanes in San Juan City has called for a grace period.