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Senate President Franklin Drilon will likely remain the Senate leader in the 17th Congress if none of his colleagues posturing for the position gets a majority vote.

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A 21-year-old Filipino student graduated with honors and awards and a near-perfect grade point average from the John Hopkins University in Maryland in the US, ranked as the 11th best university in the world.

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The government seems unable to impose a moratorium on tuition increases but has promised to provide subsidies for students who will pursue the senior high school program in private schools or state colleges under the K-to-12 system.

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The administration of presumptive president Rodrigo R. Duterte does not consider China as an enemy but has vowed to push national interest in the issue on the territorial dispute in the South China Sea or the West Philippine Sea, said new National Security Adviser former Armed Forces of the Philippines Chief of Staff Gen. Hermogenes C. Esperon Jr. yesterday

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For the love of the country, President Aquino has decided to give his successor, Rodrigo Duterte, a yearlong honeymoon period to give him greater leeway to govern the country.

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Some of the newly proclaimed senators yesterday vowed to buckle down to their legislative work once the 17th Congress opens under the leadership of incoming president Rodrigo Duterte.

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