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He may not have the endorsement from major parties, but Dr. Willie Ong's advantage is more unique: over 10 million online followers.
 
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We must learn to survive by coming through: by seeing how things begin with ourselves and end with ourselves.
 
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The number of Filipina politicians has risen, but they still remain a minority group.
 
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For every shade of acceptance or outright cynicism, there is a shine of hope and optimism in the eyes of senatorial candidate Serge Osmeña.
 
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Comelec data shows the youth make up majority of the registered voters in the country.
 
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She didn’t graduate from the U.P. College of Law, either.
 
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Bits of trivia surrounding the original EDSA Revolution.
 
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Photographer Gabriel Malvar documented a day with Commander Bravo, before he left the safety of his Lanao del Norte camp to join the historic Bangsamoro Transition Authority.
 
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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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