Justice Secretary Leila de Lima has questioned the seeming pattern in a series of moves by the Court of Appeals enjoining the DOJ from its determination of probable cause in key cases, saying this effectively hindered it 'from prosecuting, from discharging its mandate.'
Tensions in Taiwan over the death of a 65-year-old fisherman off the waters of Batanes two weeks ago "have already eased a little," deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said.
A Singapore company supervisor caught on video slapping a male intern is in trouble after the clip went viral on the web and sparked a public outcry.
Twenty-four people were killed and 237 others injured when a massive tornado blasted the southern suburbs of Oklahoma City, the capital of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, on Monday, state officials said Tuesday.
The word war between supposed friends and former peers in the Senate, Interior Secretary Mar Roxas and Sen. Ramon 'Bong' Revilla Jr., appears far from over.
Faulty compact flash cards--used by automated voting equipment to store data--may have delayed electronic transmission of poll results, Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairperson Sixto Brillantes Jr. said on Tuesday.
Hundreds of sunbathers fled a popular Indonesian beach in panic when a four-meter (13-foot) crocodile laid down next to them to soak up some rays, an official said Wednesday.
Although three doses of tetanus vaccine costs only US$2, the Philippines remains among the 28 countries that have yet to eliminate the disease, which nations like Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Timor Leste and Iraq already have.