Meet the dollar-billionaires of ASEAN
EXCLUSIVE: Families of the Philippine drug war's dead claim they know the man who shot their children – and they're willing to speak his name
The conglomerate is positioning itself to take advantage of the administration's infrastructure push
Some familiar brands in the Southeast Asian region are making their mark around the world
Vice President Leni Robredo stays at home with her family on her 52nd birthday
'Substandard' and small houses and the lack of water and electricity scare police and soldiers from moving into a Pagadian housing project
The government's Tech4ED project aims to improve Filipinos' digital literacy and bring online learning and government services closer to the people
Among the oldest cases are the graft cases against Imelda Marcos and civil forfeiture cases against former president Ferdinand Marcos and his cronies
'Personal policy' not to accept awards? President Duterte has accepted some in the past.
Two of the President's most trusted men have a talk and make a show of friendship. Does this mean the rice importation issue will be resolved soon?
When faced with allegations – allegedly from their own men – the PNP has a rather predictable response
Buses, trains, tricycles, tuk-tuks: how do people get around in the 10 countries that make up ASEAN?
The plan of the University of the Philippines' Board of Regents to confer an honorary degree on President Duterte draws protests from students and alumni
Duterte recalls in jest how Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada called him 'low class' during the 2016 national elections
The conferment of the doctorate degree on the Vice President comes as President Rodrigo Duterte turns down a similar offer from the University of the Philippines
(3rd UPDATE) The idea to confer an honoris causa degree on President Duterte is mistakenly attributed to Senator Francis Escudero. It comes from another Board of Regents member.
The Bureau of Customs published in 2015 a notice to warn the public against transacting with retired army major Jason Aquino, one of a few dozen employees earlier accused in the media of colluding with smugglers
Test your knowledge on the 10 countries making up the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
'We have done this because it is our heartfelt wish that the election protest be resolved with dispatch,' the donors are quoted as saying
The regional organization, which aims to promote peace and security in Southeast Asia and promote economic cooperation among member-nations, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year
Ever wondered why the dates for Holy Week change? Check out this video!
Most Catholics in the Philippines abstain from eating meat during the Holy Week
Government forces foil an Abu Sayyaf attack in Bohol. But it's hard to cheer when they let a notorious terrorist leader slip through.
A former communist and long-time mayor of a Bohol town adjusts to the high-stakes power play and bureaucracy within the walls of the Palace
He got Gloria Arroyo and Juan Ponce Enrile out of detention. This year, Marcos-time solicitor general Estelito Mendoza has so far managed to postpone Bong Revilla's trial and Jaime Dichaves' arrest warrant.
It's been more than 3 decades since Lascañas entered the police force and 4 months since he retired his police uniform. Now he has fled.
(UPDATED) 'I am most likely to visit the Philippines to promote and advance the peace process,' CPP founder Jose Maria Sison tells Rappler
The dismissal of an undersecretary trusted by Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco is the first major outward sign of a power struggle within the Palace
Some countries also observe Holy Week with religious processions, while others have their own colorful rites and rituals
At least 3 labor attachés recently appointed to coveted foreign posts are relatives of Cabinet members
'What we noticed is that if we are going to concentrate big rehabilitation centers in one region, there would be some difficulties,' says Interior Undersecretary John Castriciones
From crucifixion rites to the Easter egg hunt adopted from Western countries, the Catholic faithful in the Philippines observe practices and traditions in observing Holy Week
After the successful takeover of idle government housing in Bulacan, urban poor group Kadamay sets its eyes on other sites in the province
The President's 'one whiff, you're out' rule shows a leadership style governed by instinct and passion, and little reflection, say political analysts
The Commander-in-Chief tries out the uniform given to him by the Philippine Army during their anniversary
(2nd UPDATE) The Department of Budget and Management also posts an inaccurate monthly salary of immigration officers, BI personnel point out
'It's a chauvinist statement but really, there are so many women and so short a time in this world,' says the President
After supposedly checking on Sueno's past activities, the President grills the former DILG chief on a sketchy government contract and foreign trip
The President's remarks before the boy scouts show he wasn't aware the Pangilinan Law was amended in 2013, allowing child offenders aged 12 to 15 to be detained in youth centers
Vice President Leni Robredo, who is facing impeachment threats, says the good news 'came just at the right time'
Since her appointment to the CA, Representative Josephine Ramirez-Sato says she has been receiving hate messages online. But for her, that's all part of politics.
The Philippines is currently a signatory to 41 tax treaties that address double taxation situations
Duterte allies in the House go on a 'nautical highway expedition' as soon as Congress goes on break. They don't bring along a colleague who would have provided some valuable insight.
The Bureau of Fire Protection and the Department of the Interior and Local Government urge the public to have the courage to report and file complaints against erring BFP personnel
Administration lawmaker Florida Robes says that based on Duterte's performance, so far, it is only 'fitting' for the public to commemorate the President's date of birth 'as a day of hope and inspiration for the Filipino people'
(UPDATED) Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez also admits he fathered 'many' children out of wedlock
(UPDATED) We track how the PNP has released data on DUIs, and try to explain all the confusion it has generated
The President admits needing improved 'oxygenation' when he sleeps because of his health problems related to smoking
(UPDATED) Cathy Binag, the live-in partner of Representative Antonio Floirendo Jr, apologizes to the Alvarez family. But she adds, 'I find it petty for some matured men to be burning bridges of friendship over a girls' spat.'
In 2009, then mayor and now President Rodrigo Duterte denied the existence of the Davao Death Squad during a public hearing, but admitted there were 'unexplained, unresolved' killings