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about 2 weeks ago

The Ombudsman on Tuesday said it has created a panel to conduct a fact-finding probe on the 604-kilogram drug shipment that passed through the Bureau of Customs (BOC) last May.

about 1 month ago

The Senate committee probing corruption in the Customs Bureau wants an investigation on Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and other high-ranking Customs officials. Other senators, however, are disappointed with the recommendations in the draft report.

about 1 month ago

The Senate Blue Ribbon Committee draft report requested the National Bureau of Investigation conduct a lifestyle check on the presidential son and son-in-law.

about 1 month ago

Three of world's most powerful drug syndicates have been smuggling shabu into the country, the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) said.

about 2 months ago

President Rodrigo Duterte says he will have his son killed if his alleged links to illegal drug trade are true. He also announced a bigger bounty for so-called "ninja cops."

about 2 months ago

In the wake of a senator’s challenge for his son to show a tattoo linked to a drug syndicate, President Rodrigo Duterte showed his own.

about 2 months ago

What happens now after the revelations of Senator Sonny Trillanes against Paolo Duterte and his brother-in-law Mans Carpio? Committee Chairman Dick Gordon is not inclined to give weight on Trillanes' accusations against Duterte and Carpio, but Trillanes is not stopping there.

about 2 months ago

"His tactics had been foisted on public and media time and again. And the only way to stop this is to demand proof from anyone making baseless claims," Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella said in a press briefing.

about 2 months ago

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte pokes fun at Senator Antonio Trillanes' allegation of her brother having a triad tattoo.

about 2 months ago

Finally, President Rodrigo Duterte's son, Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte, and his son-in-law, lawyer Mans Carpio, appeared after Senator Antonio Trillanes linked them to the smuggling of illegal drugs worth ₱6.4 billion.