'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.
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial, whose confirmation is being opposed, has been caught giving contradicting statements on major health issues
Will President Duterte changing his mind about rice importation mean he'll apologize for mistakenly firing Palace undersecretary Halmen Valdez?
The President, before thanking the United States for aid in Marawi City, says he can't ignore the rapport between Filipino and American soldiers
The Palace says Aguirre still enjoys the 'full trust' of President Rodrigo Duterte
But it isn’t Armeen Gomez's educational background that’s supposed to be the focus of the probe, but lapses in security
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
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
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
Can two long-time allies and another friendly force beat two seemingly allied superpowers?
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
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.
The President jokes of a wealthy single woman from Metro Manila who he brings often during foreign trips
The Palace communications team amends a photo caption that identifies Honeylet Avanceña as Duterte's First Lady, and uses the term 'longtime partner' instead
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 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
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
The Philippine president shoots the breeze with media during a press conference he 'wishes' would last until 1 am
'Para malaman lang. Ang hirap talaga ng kalagayan nila,' says police general Joel Coronel, referring to conditions in most jails
Vice President Leni Robredo stays at home with her family on her 52nd birthday
'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?
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.
'We have done this because it is our heartfelt wish that the election protest be resolved with dispatch,' the donors are quoted as saying
(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
At least 3 labor attachés recently appointed to coveted foreign posts are relatives of Cabinet members
The Commander-in-Chief tries out the uniform given to him by the Philippine Army during their anniversary
'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
Vice President Leni Robredo, who is facing impeachment threats, says the good news 'came just at the right time'
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.
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
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.'
These are two different matters, says Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez, whose friendship with fellow Davao del Norte congressman Antonio Floirendo Jr has turned sour
Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco, among the President's closest advisers, turns 73 a day after Duterte turns 72
A House bill seeks to make the Solicitor General in charge of the PCGG, tasked with recovering the Marcoses' ill-gotten wealth. Solicitor General Jose Calida supported the vice-presidential bid of Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
The President says the sender refuses to take the luxury watch back. So he plans to sell the watch at a discount.
But he turns serious when talking about the cops' children, saying kids shouldn't be dragged into the mess
The head of the Presidential Communications Operations Office takes a swipe at The New York Times for writing 'just to throw negativity against the President,' Rodrigo Duterte
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana expects the President to now know one critical aspect of the issue: that Benham Rise is on the other side of the Philippines from the South China Sea