As Ramon Ang aggressively expands his businesses, he stays on the good side of President Rodrigo Duterte through his philanthropy and campaign donations
'Drugs is just one aspect.The other aspect is: how do you grow the economy to fund the resources for education, health, and infrastructure?' says the former president
"I've always been relevant. How can concern for EJKs and our rights be ever irrelevant?" says Senator Leila de Lima responding to Secretary Aguirre's criticism.
'We trust that the [Filipino] people understand that they are really getting the better side of this deal,' says Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is making a rare official trip to the Philippines
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'I certainly believe, very strongly, that a man with the human rights record of President Duterte should not be invited to the White House,' a US lawmaker says
'It is paramount that human rights violations are not an unintended consequence of the war on drugs,' US Congressman Randy Hultgren says
The hearing is scheduled Thursday 10 pm (Manila time). Watch it live on Rappler.
Rappler talks to outgoing UK Ambassador Asif Ahmad about his tenure in the Philippines
'Insinuations and hasty judgments have no place in due process,' says Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella as the US Congress holds an inquiry into Duterte's bloody drug war
It's the first collaboration between the spoken word poets and the Japanese retail brand
'What’s in store for us down the line as a country for people who might not have redress in the systems in place?' asks the former president
'War stretches Dawn’s metaphors to near biblical proportion'
In white togas and caps, with medals hanging around their necks, ribbons on their chests, the graduates of 2017 don't let the war dampen the celebrations
Senator Risa Hontiveros says the reinstatement of a cop linked to the killing of a former mayor is the latest proof that 'EJK deniers' need
Here are all the updates on Disney's upcoming live-action movies, including 'A Wrinkle in Time,' 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi,' and 'Avengers: Infinity War'
'He's goading people to kill people. That's a problem,' Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales says of President Rodrigo Duterte
Senator Leila de Lima accuses Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II of instructing his prosecutors not to file cases against law enforcement personnel waging the war on drugs
(UPDATED) Senator Lacson, a former Philippine National Police chief, sums up the reinstatement of Superintendent Marvin Marcos with the favorite expletive of the Chief Executive who had ordered it
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Napoles asks the High Tribunal to dismiss the plunder case against her and issue an order allowing her to post bail
The North's state-run Rodong newspaper accuses Washington and Seoul of ratcheting up tensions with the drill, in an editorial titled 'Don't play with fire on a powder keg'
Of the 30 deaths linked to drugs in the region, Antique had the most number of persons killed from legitimate police drug operations
Newly appointed DDB chair Dionisio Santiago is often cited by President Rodrigo Duterte for his '4 million drug addicts' figure
AIPA Secretary-General Isra Sunthornvut says there was 'no room' to criticize the controversial Philippine war against drugs
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says Russia has a 'special responsibility' to help create stability on the ground – or risk hobbling the fight against the Islamic State (ISIS) group
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle says Filipinos seem to 'accept' rampant killings – but 'out of despair,' not 'moral conviction'
'Suddenly as a player, you cared about what you were doing, you cared about not running and gunning in this fast and unrealistic way,' says Tolga Kart, senior development director for 'Call of Duty: WWII'
(3rd UPDATE) The landmark advance in ISIS's notorious Syria bastion comes as the jihadists face an expected defeat within days in Iraq's second city Mosul
'You can’t be on the top all the time because the thrill of the ride would be gone,' says the PNP chief, who insist the police are 'winning' the war on drugs
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana is confident the Supreme Court will uphold martial law when it rules on petitions to nullify the declaration on Tuesday, July 4
Philippine lawmakers are set to share how the country is fighting the drug problem, in a meeting with their counterparts in the ASEAN from July 5 to 6
The police follow President Duterte's reasoning about the depravity of drug addicts, except the suspect in this horrific crime tests negative for drugs
Kalookan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David also presides over a Mass for victims of extrajudicial killings
'God knows who you are,' Kalookan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David says in one of the most scathing homilies against extrajudicial killings in the Philippines
'At the end of the day, my passport says 'Pilipinas' and not 'Duterte', so I represent the values our heroes died for. I do not represent Duterte,' says a Filipino abroad
The protocol of cooperation provides guidelines and operational procedures for joint anti-illegal drug operations in MILF areas and communities
What wounds has the war on drugs inflicted on communities?
If anyone should take up police duty against fake news, it is us news people ourselves
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says, 'In the future, in keeping with the Philippines' needs, we will continue to provide necessary assistance and help'
In disregarding the international ruling on South China Sea, 'We allow ourselves to be bullied, but we call it an independent foreign policy,' an analyst says
The announcement of the recapture of the mosque – which the Islamic State (ISIS) group blew up last week as Iraqi forces closed in – comes 3 years to the day after the jihadists declared a "caliphate" straddling Iraq and Syria