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.
Former president Benigno Aquino III also says he is 'concerned' about the ongoing clashes in Marawi City
Henry Sy Sr's conglomerate is expanding its presence in China and Mindanao. His group has also started submitting unsolicited proposals for public infrastructure.
(UPDATED) Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales, with 12 months left in office, steps on the gas as Arroyo-time scam cases are being dismissed by the anti-graft court
Duterte’s experience as mayor is out of proportion to the demands of the presidency. It ill-prepared him for checks and balances central to a democracy.
No post-authoritarian president has publicly mused about the declaration of martial law as much as Rodrigo Duterte
'There's very strict accounting regarding that matter,' says Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella on how the government handles expenses for President Rodrigo Duterte's trips abroad
‘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.’
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.
Duterte has nationalized this local 'way of doing politics,' with its associated coercive features, vulgar argot, and a more personalized patronage system
During the first year of the administration, the Senate majority clears President Duterte in investigations, but is non-comittal toward his priority bills
The House has consistently shown it will protect the President from his critics, with Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez leading the charge
Nearly a year into the Duterte presidency, the Liberal Party that once controlled the House of Representatives is decimated – and divided