Daily Archive: November 21, 2017

17 Drake Gifts For You and All Your Woes

17 Drake Gifts For You and All Your Woes

There’s no one better who understands love and heartbreak than Drake, especially when it comes to putting special ones on to the finer things. Whether it’s for the holidays or just because they’re the best you ever had, the Champagne papi or mami in your life deserves to get treated. Here are 17 Drake gifts for yourself and all your woes – so they know it’s real.

Drug raids illegal, say 2 SC justices

Drug raids illegal, say 2 SC justices

Drug raids illegal, say 2 SC justices

Police raids on houses of drug suspects without judicial warrants violated the antitorture law and other individual rights enshrined in the 1987 Constitution, two Supreme Court justices said on Tuesday.

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Speaker seeks abolition of Court of Appeals under federal setup

Speaker seeks abolition of Court of Appeals under federal setup

Speaker seeks abolition of Court of Appeals under federal setup

Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez wants the Court of Appeals (CA) to be abolished under a federal form of government, proposing measures to ensure that cases are quickly disposed of and justice given to those who seek it.

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Former Chief Justice Davide warns against rush to federalism

Former Chief Justice Davide warns against rush to federalism

Former Chief Justice Davide warns against rush to federalism

Former Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr. on Tuesday described as a “lethal experiment” and a “leap into hell” the apparent rush by Congress to amend the 1987 Constitution to pave the way for a shift in the form of government from unitary to federal.

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11 lawyers to represent Sereno at impeachment hearing

11 lawyers to represent Sereno at impeachment hearing

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno —EDWIN BACASMAS

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno will not face her accuser when the House justice committee resumes hearings on the impeachment complaint against her on Wednesday, despite the insistence of the chamber’s leadership that she face the charges against her personally.

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DOTr sues Roxas, Abaya for plunder over MRT 3 contracts

DOTr sues Roxas, Abaya for plunder over MRT 3 contracts

DOTr sues Roxas, Abaya for plunder over MRT 3 contracts

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has accused Aquino administration officials led by former Transportation Secretaries Manuel Roxas II and Joseph Emilio Abaya of plunder in connection with contracts for Metro Rail Transit Line 3 (MRT-3), the elevated commuter train on Edsa that has suffered frequent breakdowns.

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Duterte to troops: Nation will get nothing from RevGov

Duterte to troops: Nation will get nothing from RevGov

President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday doused speculations that he would declare a revolutionary government (RevGov) in the country, telling wounded soldiers that the nation would “get nothing from it.”

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Fake News? Accusations against Santiago ‘not gospel truth’

Fake News? Accusations against Santiago ‘not gospel truth’

Malacañang clarified on Tuesday that the allegations that former Dangerous Drugs Board (DBB) chief Dionisio Santiago had junkets abroad and took favors from drug-lords were unverified.

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Sotto files cyberlibel suit vs blogger

Sotto files cyberlibel suit vs blogger

Sotto files cyberlibel suit vs blogger

Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III is suing the person said to be behind a blog site where he was called a “plagiarist” and a “rapist” while condemning him for not signing a Senate resolution urging a stop to drug killings.

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Maguindanao massacre prosecutor sees conviction in 2018

Maguindanao massacre prosecutor sees conviction in 2018

More than 100 persons charged with 58 counts of murder for the 2009 Maguindanao massacre will finally face sentencing next year after eight years of trial, according to the private prosecutor of one of the most infamous crimes in the Philippines.

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