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The NBI’s theory of “continuing publication” should warn us about the cybercrime act's overreach.
 
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Imee Marcos emerged as the most mentioned candidate on Twitter, but it's probably not what she had hoped for.
 
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Persida Acosta's antics may have been entertaining at one point, but spreading that foolishness among those who need vaccines is just immoral.
 
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Continuing the principled politics of his grandfather and father, Erin Tañada makes a case for updating endo laws, encouraging the return to agriculture, and learning from the youth, who, he says, are the catalysts for shaping politics.
 
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President Duterte addresses the rumors of his alleged death over the weekend.
 
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Before you cast your votes, let’s hash a few things out.
 
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These are the remaining six national parties that are currently represented in the 17th Congress of the Philippines.
 
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The country's score on the Corruption Perceptions Index is way below the world's average.
 
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Running for another term in the senate, Bam Aquino, one of the most prolific lawmakers in the country, hopes to continue his work of opening more doors for Filipino families.
 
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Police data shows the number has significantly gone down since 2016.
 
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These are the 9 major political parties in the country, and the senatorial candidates they endorse.
 
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Many Filipinos will vote for candidates who plan to the address issue of plastic pollution.
 
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Dr. Caroline S. Hau confronts F. Sionil Jose's sweeping generalizations of the Chinese.
 
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Facebook has removed all content of TNP Media and 219 other pages managed by Twinmark Media Enterprises Inc.
 
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Who are entitled to the telecommuting program? Are there differences in pay? When can we start?
 
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A 2009 Supreme Court decision can clarify it all.
 
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A look at how the seven Senate reelectionists voted on major laws and resolutions in the past Congress.
 
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"The fact that you have not been told what they have done does not mean that they have done nothing."
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