President Duterte has criticized the past government for the slow rehab of Eastern Visayas. What happens when he tells agencies he is getting impatient?
Take a look at how the Duterte administration's proposed tax reform package will affect your take-home pay and the prices of commodities
The Liberal Party's 'rebranding' is a hard and messy work in progress, as Rodrigo Duterte marks his first year in office
There are many ways to begin this story, but every beginning ends at the same place: inside a room, high above a city, the man on the bed burnt and dead with a bullet in his skull and a rifle on his chest
The administration's aim is not only to build homes for the poor but to build them within urban centers. It's a challenge on which past governments failed.
'Ang hinihintay lang niyan sabihin na namatay na si Duterte. Mag-ambak-ambak 'yan doon sa selda niya,' says the President about detained Senator Leila de Lima
Vice President Leni Robredo makes a side trip to Massachusetts to help clean and fix the apartment of her daughter who will study in Harvard for a year
Duterte's proclamation designates June 13 to 16, 2017 as days of mourning for soldiers and police who died in Marawi. But Malacañang releases it on June 20.
It’s a lot like the siege of Zamboanga City in September 2013 – but much worse
‘Everything had to happen the way they happened. I had to be the counterweight to the selfish, inhumane, and reckless leadership of the Duterte administration.’
The JBC starts interviews on Monday, June 19, for candidates vying for the post of Supreme Court Justice Bienvenido Reyes, who will retire on July 6
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial, whose confirmation is being opposed, has been caught giving contradicting statements on major health issues
In Caloocan, 72-year-old Arturo Fabular walks for 10 hours each day to sell ice drop candy just to make ends meet
EXCLUSIVE: The government spends at least P386.2 million ($7.72 million) on foreign trips during Duterte's first year in power. In one trip, expenses shoot up to P31.8 million ($636,000) a day.
During the first year of the administration, the Senate majority clears President Duterte in investigations, but is non-comittal toward his priority bills
Will President Duterte changing his mind about rice importation mean he'll apologize for mistakenly firing Palace undersecretary Halmen Valdez?
The Philippine government says it will soon be arresting one suspect for spreading terrorist propaganda online in relation to the Marawi crisis
The House has consistently shown it will protect the President from his critics, with Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez leading the charge
Banning texting while driving, or even just holding a phone? See how other countries impose rules to deter distracted drivers from going behind the wheel.
EXCLUSIVE: Rappler talks to a former Maute Group child soldier. Cayamora and Farhana Maute promise his parents he will study Koran, but they turn him into a fighter instead.
Rappler compiles all documents related to President Duterte's martial law declaration in Mindanao. This page will be constantly updated as needed.
Nearly a year into the Duterte presidency, the Liberal Party that once controlled the House of Representatives is decimated – and divided
The High Court hears arguments June 13-15 on consolidated petitions to nullify martial law in Mindanao. Here are the main arguments and counter-arguments.
The President, before thanking the United States for aid in Marawi City, says he can't ignore the rapport between Filipino and American soldiers
It’s high time we recognize some of the lesser-known Filipino heroes who fought for our sovereign nation
Aguirre says he would have wanted to settle for a quiet life, take care of his 6 grandchildren, tend to his bonsais, and resume scuba diving, but service beckoned
This is the first time since the Marcos-era years that a portion of the country marks Independence Day under martial law
The priest kidnapped by terrorists in Marawi City, Father Teresito 'Chito' Soganub, is loved by both Christians and Muslims as he works for peace
The Palace says Aguirre still enjoys the 'full trust' of President Rodrigo Duterte
Despite challenges, Pagcor Chairperson Andrea Domingo says the local gaming industry's total revenues in 2017 may still expand to P160 billion
For the workers stranded in the labor camps, reforms and resolutions cannot come fast enough
The photo of the alleged plotters turns out to have been taken in 2015 at the Iloilo Airport, and not weeks before the Maute crisis erupted
Global anti-money laundering body Financial Action Task Force warns that 'dead chips' are often the instrument of choice of criminals as these are difficult to detect in cross border movements
But it isn’t Armeen Gomez's educational background that’s supposed to be the focus of the probe, but lapses in security
Incest rape happens far more often in the country than official data shows, but it remains to be an unspeakable secret within families – leaving girls to suffer repeated abuse for years inside their own homes
The Philippine Chamber of Food Manufacturers says the excise tax on sugar-sweetened beverages in the proposed tax reform package is the highest in the world
Shooting and fire broke out in Resorts World Manila past midnight of June 2. Here's what you need to know about the place.
(UPDATED) Was it a terror attack or not? Did the gunman kill himself, or did police shoot him to death? Questions hound the deadly attack at a Manila casino.
Key to analyzing the threat accurately is understanding terror networks in the Philippines and Southeast Asia
(3rd UPDATE) Here's what we know so far about the attack of an alleged 'lone wolf' at Resorts World Manila in Pasay City on Friday, June 2
There are 700 million kids whose childhood ended early, says a report by by international child’s rights group Save the Children
The Maute Group is in the spotlight for its attack on Marawi City, but Mindanao has seen other security threats in its 27 provinces
76 housing sites have been built for the police and the military across the Philippines, but they have an occupancy rate of only 13%
Despite telling Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella he would take questions from Palace reporters, PCOO chief Andanar chooses to evade the media and stays silent on new gaffes from his office
The poorest island in the Philippines is rich in natural resources, producing 40% of the country's food needs
This is not the first unverified image that the PCOO Assistant Secretary has shared
Candon City in Ilocos Sur goes against the Philippines' local and international commitments to shift farmers away from tobacco to alternative crops and livelihood
This is the second known mistake committed by the state-run news agency in May 2017
EXCLUSIVE: Rappler sits down with Major General Rolando Bautista, the commander who ordered the military to raid a village in Marawi City last Tuesday, May 23
As the clashes ensue, will we still be able to witness the beauty of the Islamic City of Marawi?