At Camp Castañeda, Duterte's message is clear. Amid allegations of human rights abuses, the President is adamant: Do your job, and I'll have your back
President Rodrigo Duterte wraps up his ASEAN tour. This year, he will be the Summit's chairman
The military recognizes that a purely military solution is not enough to address the decades-long problem
214 yes, 54 no, 1 abstain – that's how the House of Representatives voted for the death penalty bill
Rappler's Camille Elemia tours the naval vessel USS Carl Vinson
Tech companies are testing self-driving cars in the US. Will it ever come to Manila?
On Ash Wednesday, lawmakers gave their nod to the death penalty bill
Those who gathered at EDSA 31 not only commemorated the People Power Revolution, but protested the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos
Two brand new FA-50 jets of the Philippine Air Force arrive on Wednesday, February 22
Pag-uusapan ng ASEAN foreign ministers ang iba't ibang regional issues tulad ng sigalot sa West Philippine Sea
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle calls for 'active non-violence' while Archbishop Socrates Villegas urges Filipinos not to 'fear the darkness'
Every year, the who's who of the Philippine military and police troop all the way back to Baguio
While Filipino Americans in Hawaii grow in number, Filipino-American Senator Donovan Dela Cruz says their community cannot rest on their laurels
Filipino-American members of the US Navy say it helps that Filipinos know the value of hard work
It has been two years since charges were filed against Senators Bong Revilla, Juan Ponce Enrile, and Jinggoy Estrada, but no trial has started
Will the people of Washington DC take to the streets more often in the coming days?
Why is Rep. Fredenil Castro for death penalty? Watch
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources has started its massive dismantling of fish pens at the Laguna Lake
For a Korean businessman based in Angeles City, the laid-back life in the Philippines is still a better choice than high-octane South Korea
The Philippines assumes chairmanship of the 10-member regional bloc this year
After Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit, here's a glimpse of the history of Davao City's Japanese community
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle leads a thanksgiving mass for former drug addicts from the Fazenda de Esperanca drug rehabilitation farm in Masbate
For this year's Feast of the Black Nazarene, many devotees have already lost friends or relatives in the war on drugs
Russian vessels arrive in Manila – a sign of goodwill between the two countries
PAGASA also says Typhoon Nina (Nock-ten) is expected to exit landmass on Monday, December 26, which means weather would begin improving on Tuesday, December 27
The typhoon's next stop is southern Batangas. It earlier made landfall in Catanduanes, Camarines Sur, Quezon, and Marinduque.
How do Singapore-based OFWs feel about President Duterte's upcoming state visit?
The ladies officially open the Miss Universe pageant at the kick-off event at the S Maison Mall
The effigy depicts the 'resurrection and rehabilitation of the Marcoses' and concerns over the rise in extrajudicial killings, Karapatan says
Stakeholders in the future of Mindanao speak their minds on the war and extremism
Rappler's Carmela Fonbuena gives us a quick look at the situation in Butig Town
Butig Mayor Dimnatang Pansar tells his townmates, "Let us not support those who sow discord."
Carrying 'signs of the times,' millennials bring protest signposts bearing witty slogans
A group of young people hold vigil outside the Heroes' Cemetery, where former president Ferdinand Marcos is buried
Time to move on, the Marcoses and their loyalists say. But the fight continues, the petitioners say
Food, housing, and solar lamps are now among the immediate needs of the typhoon victims
At least 20,000 homes are partially destroyed in Cagayan, with another 6,900 completely damaged
Marcos loyalists march for four days to call for the state burial of the late dictator
Naihatid na sa huling hantungan ang mga labi ni Senador Miriam Defensor Santiago sa Loyola Memorial Park sa Marikina
The late Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago receives an outpouring of love from supporters, who write messages for her
Supporters dutifully line up at Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago's wake – their final 'act of service' for the woman they greatly admire
Marcos' daughter Imee thanks the Ilocanos for their 'unconditional love'
The Solid North remains steadfast in their support for the late strongman
President Rodrigo Duterte ends his international debut by showing a different face of “The Punisher.” It’s the same no-nonsense president, but without what critics call his “colorful words"
The counsels of the Philippine government and the heirs of Marcos defend why he deserves to be buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani
More law enforcers patrol the streets and conduct inspections on the first weekday since the deadly explosion
The heat is on a few days before the UAAP begins its new season
He may have broken off from tradition by going off-script in his first SONA, but President Rodrigo Duterte couldn't be any clearer about waging war against drugs and criminality
PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa vows to respect human rights while 'relentlessly' pursuing those allegedly involved in the drug trade
Former president Benigno Aquino III is in high spirits when he returns to his family home at Times Street in Quezon City