Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III says the decision of the Senate in the case of then detained senator Juan Ponce Enrile would likely apply to Senator Leila de Lima
No, you can't mount your phone above the dashboard
See how the cases against Janet Lim Napoles have progressed, from her first detention at Camp Bagong Diwa until her return there
Since 2005, two Japanese princesses have taken the same path – marrying commoners and leaving the Imperial Family
Did the state-run news agency misquote DILG Assistant Secretary Epimaco Densing III?
The House has time-honored processes that protect itself from the tyranny of the majority. But the allies of President Duterte could not be bothered by these when they dismissed the first impeachment complaint against him.
In a span of 6 months, the wealth of Vice President Leni Robredo drops by over P2 million
The President himself asks the audience at a housing project event to be patient and takes it upon himself to regale them until Ang arrives
Republic Act No 10913 or the Anti-Distracted Driving Act defines 'distracted driving' as using telecommunications or entertainment devices while in motion or temporarily stopped at a red traffic light
Can two long-time allies and another friendly force beat two seemingly allied superpowers?
The European Union is a major donor, the 2nd top export destination, and the 4th top source of OFW remittances, among others
The increase in Duterte's net worth between June and December 2016 is 4 percentage points higher than Aquino's net worth increase during his own first 6 months in office
Should there be a state visit to the US, Senator Grace Poe jokes she and incoming Foreign Affairs chief Alan Peter Cayetano should be there together
Representative Rodolfo Fariñas leads a House probe of Ferdinand Marcos' daughter. Their families were longtime allies until they split in 2015.
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella will have the title of 'secretary' and will no longer report to PCOO Secretary Martin Andanar. He will also have a deputy spokesperson.
Use of tobacco funds by local government units has long been marred by issues of corruption
All the judicial bodies are now at play in the biggest corruption scandal in recent history. Where are they, so far, when it comes to Janet Lim Napoles?
The President jokes of a wealthy single woman from Metro Manila who he brings often during foreign trips
The two-day forum in Beijing is an opportunity for China to explain to other countries its grand vision to revive and expand the Silk Road trade routes, and help fund developing countries' infrastructure projects to boot
The circumstances surrounding the numerous drug-related deaths in the Philippines are almost always the same across all incidents
What are the roles and functions of the government agency that dancer-turned-blogger Mocha Uson will soon be a part of?
The Palace communications team amends a photo caption that identifies Honeylet Avanceña as Duterte's First Lady, and uses the term 'longtime partner' instead
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II is busy with many things about the Napoles pork barrel scam case, but what exactly are his powers as DOJ chief?
The sexy star turned political blogger has been appointed assistant secretary of the government's communication arm
President Rodrigo Duterte brings along his partner and daughter to help him cope with one of the things he says he is most averse to – traveling abroad
The recent appointment of Nestor Espenilla Jr was considered one of the most crucial decisions for President Rodrigo Duterte. Here's why.
Informal sector workers, comprising up to 38% of the labor force, are among the most vulnerable workers in the country
Here are the key moments in the legal battle between Vice President Leni Robredo and her rival in the May 2016 polls, former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr
Nestor Espenilla Jr has just been named BSP governor. Rappler takes a look at the role of the BSP as Espenilla steps in, along with some of the issues he may face ahead.
The actor turned Senate leader attributes his rise to 'Eat Bulaga,' the popular noontime show that helped propel him to power and which critics use against him
'The Bar chairman was very consistent in his statement that he wanted to ensure that there will be a high passing mark,' says Dean Sol Mawis, head of the law schools' association
Officials from different government agencies band together as they defend President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs
TRIP outlines over 4,000 infrastructure projects worth P3.6 trillion to be completed by 2020
The top 10 passers for the 2016 Bar exams come from schools outside Metro Manila led by the University of San Carlos in Cebu City
A recent finding from Global Financial Intergrity shows illicit financial flows amounted to at least $1 trillion of developing country total trade in 2014
EXKLUSIBO: Kilala ng mga kaanak ng mga natokhang kung sino ang bumaril sa mga anak nila – at nakahanda silang pangalanan siya
Most of the search engine results lead to articles detailing the incident when a Filipina actress called President Rodrigo Duterte a psychopath in a Facebook post
35 years after Ronald dela Rosa entered the PMA, his only son joins government service through the Philippine National Police Academy
A national minimum wage is among the issues expected to be taken up when President Rodrigo Duterte meets with labor groups on May 1
The Philippine president shoots the breeze with media during a press conference he 'wishes' would last until 1 am
The Manila Police District says the families need to appear before police to execute an affidavit if they want the killings to be investigated
Thinking Machines demonstrates how Waze data can be used to identify traffic choke points on a single road for a single direction
'Para malaman lang. Ang hirap talaga ng kalagayan nila,' says police general Joel Coronel, referring to conditions in most jails
Witnesses interviewed during the 3-month investigation led by Patricia Evangelista name Police Officer 3 Ronald Alvarez of the Delpan Community Precinct as the alleged killer behind at least 4 drug-related deaths
Aside from being a global favorite, the staple fast-food item is a tool used to measure the purchasing power of a country’s currency
While shabu, the poor man's cocaine, is now as expensive as P25,000 a gram, the price of cocaine, choice drug of the rich, has remained the same at P7,000 per gram
The ASEAN region faces the challenge of improving safety for road users, with most road deaths involving the most common mode of transport: 2- or 3-wheeler vehicles
How far China goes to react to Philippine plans to develop Pag-asa island – and how President Rodrigo Duterte responds – will show how the friendship between the two countries really works
The 'communication' submitted to the ICC regarding the alleged crimes against humanity committed by Duterte in his war on drugs is just the beginning of what could be a long process full of challenges