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MANILA - Senator Emmanuel Manny Pacquiao would be a sure topnotcher in the May 9, 2022 senatorial race in case he decides to seek reelection instead of running for president or vice president. Pacquiao, who got 54% in the survey, ends...
MANILA – The Philippines's debt has breached the P11 trillion level as loans made by the national government amid the pandemic continued to grow. And the government plans to borrow  additional P3.02 trillion this year to speed up the recovery of the...
PASAY CITY - The Department of Agriculture is under fire for its alleged failure to control the spread of the African swine fever  (ASF) in the country and for the reported loss of P1.3 billion in foregone revenue from...
PASAY CITY - Opposition Senator Leila M. de Lima is at the Manila Doctor's Hospital since April 24 where she is undergoing a medical examination, as recommended by her physician after she experienced bouts of headaches and persistent generalized...
PASAY CITY  - A new poll on distance learning woes reveals how the digital divide hounds parents and learners nationwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic. For Senator Sherwin Win Gatchalian, the basic education sector's recovery should accelerate efforts in expanding...
By Jenny Manrique, EMS WASHINGTON - Five million essential workers, who have put their lives at risk during the pandemic working in more than a dozen vital industries such as healthcare, agriculture, childcare and domestic service, could become citizens if...
LAS PINAS CITY - Sen. Cynthia Villar described a "welcome development" the World Health Organization's call to stop the sale of live wild animals in food markets to prevent the emergence of new diseases like Covid-19. Villar, who chairs both...
PASAY CITY - Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson thus scored  those behind the corruption at the Department of Agriculture, who he said threaten not just the country's food security but also national security. "There is nothing more basic than food, especially...
PASAY CITY – As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to underline the importance of health security, Senator Christopher “Bong” Go has filed a measure seeking to amend Presidential Decree No. 1460, otherwise known as ‘The Insurance Code of 1978’, to protect...
By Jenny Manrique For generations, Leydy Rangel’s family has worked in the fields of California: her parents, brothers, uncles and cousins ​​have done for decades the difficult and skilled work necessary to keep America fed. She herself has been picking onions...
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