Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says immigration workers who skip work because of the issue 'can be replaced anytime' because they hold contractual positions
Former Makati vice mayor Ernesto Mercado testifies on a Commission on Audit report
Here are the top paying jobs for fresh graduates and which schools companies hire from the most
'I do not care even if there are a thousand committees, I will insist on the truthfulness of the police. I will defend [them],' says the President
80% of the respondents agree that it is 'acceptable for women to work at paid jobs outside the home'
For the US State Department, money laundering remains a serious concern in the Philippines due to its 'international narcotics trade,' corruption, and weak laws
'The most significant human rights problems were killings allegedly undertaken by vigilantes, security forces, and insurgents,' the US State Department says
(UPDATED) The detained senator reiterates that the 'truth' has become a 'major casualty' in the Duterte administration's war on drugs
President Rodrigo Duterte calls out Human Rights Watch for describing his anti-drug campaign as a 'war against humanity'
Hello! Here are the top stories you shouldn't miss this Monday.
Which industries in the Philippines pay the highest and which give the most bonuses?
Musisi dan penyanyi kenamaan dunia hadir di gelaran red carpet 'Grammy Awards 2017'
In the critical area of user growth, Twitter says it ended 2016 with 319 million monthly active users, a gain of 4% from a year ago in the closely watched metric and only two million more than the prior quarter
The retail giant's profits grow compared to $482-M year-over-year but misses revenue expectations
Meanwhile, 127 offices received a 'failed' rating in the Civil Service Commission's 2016 Report Card Survey on the quality of service of frontline government offices
"We need more decent people at the revenue service. The only way to eradicate corruption is to standardize salaries," a deputy commissioner says
Mobile search and YouTube drive fourth quarter earnings for Google's parent company
Human Rights Watch releases its World Report 2017, and warns of a 'new generation' of populist leaders making a mockery of human rights
The financial giant raises its 2016 GDP forecast for the country to 6.8% from 6.5%, as well as its 2017 GDP forecast to 6.5% from 6.3%
International watchdog Front Line Defenders also calls out the President for threatening to kill human rights defenders who criticize his campaign against illegal drugs
Hello! Here's a roundup of news you need to know this Wednesday
This is on top of efforts of the Aquino administration to increase pay of uniformed personnel
Optimism in the country’s businesses fell to 80% from 84% in the previous quarter but the Philippines still ranks as the second most optimistic country of the 37 surveyed in the latest Grant Thornton International Business Report
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has launched 'Na-HuliCam Ka Ba?', I WILL ACT, and the Waze-Connected Citizens Program to address traffic concerns
Akamai's latest 'State of the Internet' report shows that the Philippines' internet speed has not vastly improved
'The report card this year clearly shows a stronger and more pronounced signal of persistent warming than any previous year in our observational record' going back to 1900, NOAA says
Watch the evening newscast with David Lozada
The former head of Moscow's main anti-doping laboratory had to resort to desperate measures because of the 'potential time bomb' of being found out by WADA
Here are important points from the new Russian doping report published by investigator Richard McLaren
Despite doping invesetigator Richard McLaren saying 'senior officials' within Russia's ministry of sports actively supported the practice, he found no links to president Vladimir Putin
The IOC this week extended sanctions against Russia while the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) recently renewed its suspension of the country
Moscow consistently denies the existence of any government-run scheme to cheat its way to medal glory
'Both should be held accountable in order to preserve the integrity of the Senate,' says a Senate committee report, criticizing the two senators' behavior during the probe into extrajudicial killings
Here are the top paying countries and most in-demand jobs abroad, according to the workabroad.ph's 2016 Overseas Report
The minimum wage come 2017 will increase to KRW 6,470 or P268.73 per hour from KRW 6,030 or P250.46 per hour, a 7.3% climb.
'I love Michael Douglas but he is misinformed,' Kilmer says, adding that he hasn't spoken to Douglas for nearly two years
Quezon City and Makati were the top earners overall, while Bulacan and Negros Occidental reported the highest revenues among provinces, according to COA's 2015 Annual Financial Report on Local Government Units
In a Facebook post, Val issues an oblique denial that he is incapacitated
The survey shows optimism of Philippine businesses stood at 84% in the 3rd quarter of the year, way above the average of 42%
Net profit climbs 27% to $5.1 billion. Revenue rises to $22.5 billion from $18.7 billion in the same period a year earlier. Shares rise nearly 1% in after-market trades that followed the release of the stronger-than-expected earnings figures.
The House minority says the justice committee put weeks of hearings 'to waste' when it did not recommend prosecuting Senator Leila de Lima despite the witnesses' testimonies against her
(UPDATED) On current trends, stocks of global wildlife could plunge 2/3 by 2020, an annual decline of 2%, a report says
Watch the noontime edition of Rappler's newscast with Zak Yuson
But because of the 'sluggish pace of change' in wealthy countries in Asia, 'the region will not close its economic gap for another 111 years,' says the World Economic Forum
Using data from Quezon City to represent the Philippines, the 2017 World Bank-International Finance Corporation Doing Business Report shows the country climbs 4 notches to 99th place out of 190 economies
Iceland tops the list of the world's most gender-equal societies
Watch Rappler's 6PM newscast with Zak Yuson
Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas commends his colleagues for a 'truly productive' session. The House of Representatives resumes session on November 7.