'No matter what the outcome of his investigation [for bribery] is, we will forever be grateful to him!' says Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial, as tycoon Huang Rulun faces a probe in China
The Philippines is in Group A, along with the Netherlands, Poland, Turkmenistan, and Israel
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Huang Rulun, who donated P1.4 billion to the Duterte government to build drug rehabilitation centers, is being investigated by Chinese authorities for bribery, according to reports
President Rodrigo Duterte accepts the check donation from Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jianhua on Tuesday, June 27
The President makes his first public appearance in 7 days to lead Eid'l Fitr celebrations in the Palace
The Bureau of Fire Protection spokesperson says that, since the bureau is underequipped, it deems it better to buy more fire trucks of inferior quality
In his response to petitions, Solicitor General Jose Calida says congressional deliberations must be 'free from the public eye and pressure by interested parties'
To stop the recruitment of children, the Philippine government must recognize the need to institutionalize counter-radicalization programs
Data from the Bureau of Working Conditions show 48,116 of the regularizations were results of efforts done in 2016; the 1,277 were from the 2017 assessments
Malacañang maintains that the government does not negotiate with terrorists after a supposed hostage swap proposal from the Maute Group
Organizations now plan to simplify and bring human rights closer to the ground and everyday life
'Fake news, attempts to revise history, and malicious propaganda being propagated by self-serving individuals must be dealt with, with the full force of what we know and what we believe in. Now more than ever, we need to win the war against untruth, and the battle against memory.'
The Vice President cannot risk completely disengaging from government. Her access to the President and Cabinet members can advance her pro-poor agenda.
The President can no longer take the backseat. The executive and legislative are in a deadlock over tax reform, Dutertenomics' financing hanging in the balance.
President Rodrigo Duterte's first year in office is marked by shake-ups in power dynamics, international attention, and security threats looming over the country
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The team will finalize its lineup after the 2017 Kim Lope Asis Mayor’s Cup Basketball Invitational, which kicks off Tuesday, June 27
55 Globe antennas now stand inside the exclusive subdivision. Some residents say they were not consulted, and ask where the P4-M annual payments have gone.
(UPDATED) The Manila-Clark and Manila-Laguna lines will be funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency, while the Department of Transportation is eyeing China for the Laguna-Sorsogon line
A lot of things depend on the clarity of the Supreme Court decision in saying not only what martial law is not, but also what it includes
Happening on July 8 and 9, REV Major Philippines will feature 7 different fighting game tournaments, culminating with a 'Tekken 7' tournament
After Arielle Orella was given up for adoption at birth, the most bemedalled Palaro gymnast has a new bucket list item: a SEA Games medal
Yielding power when his 6-year term ends is a vanishing option for Duterte, not least because he would face prosecution for extra-judicial execution of thousands
The provincial officials' lawyer Estelito Mendoza urges the Court of Appeals to grant their petition for a writ of habeas corpus
President Rodrigo Duterte paints human rights defenders as an obstacle to the change he promised, according to iDEFEND's Ellecer Carlos
Safe Kids Worldwide Philippines aims to raise awareness of road safety in schools and in homes
Calling himself the 'tribune of the people,' Solicitor General Jose Calida has visited a drug lord in jail and faced the Supreme Court – all to bring down a Duterte critic
The Philippine 4x100m team shows what they are capable of two months before the SEA Games
We tell the story of a family behind a homegrown terrorist group that most effectively spread the ISIS ideology in the Philippines
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Nagiging depensa ng mga biktima ang pagbubulag-bulagan. Nagiging kanlungan nila ang katahimikan
5 trapped civilians are rescued during the 8-hour ceasefire, including a mother and her 16-month-old daughter
The organizers explain why the ladies wore veils during the swimsuit pre-judging round
Know who will make it to the knock-out rounds
San Beda finishes the preseason cup with a flawless 11-0 card behind Robert Bolick's heroics
The former 'Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition' winner earns a degree in BA Broadcast Communication
(UPDATED) 'Nariyan ang tugon na ialay ang ating mga sarili, ang ating talino at talento, lalo na ang mga kapwa natin na lugmok sa kahirapan o naiipit sa matinding kaguluhan'
President Duterte has criticized the past government for the slow rehab of Eastern Visayas. What happens when he tells agencies he is getting impatient?
'#UPLIFT is my own creation,' visual artist Ferdinand Cacnio says in response to observations that he copied the work of Dutch artist Elisabet Stienstra
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle reflects on life as a pilgrimage, as he marks his 60th birthday
Stars like Pia Wurtzbach, Saab Magalona, and Jake Zyrus also voice out their support on social media
The airport can accommodate only private planes for now, but Mayor Maria Carmela Alvarez says it will operate commercially by the 'last quarter of this year or early next year'
The P2.67-billion Chico River Pump Irrigation Project is seen to boost the country's agricultural production, but some tribes fear that it will adversely affect their communities
The IBP advises the House committee to file a petition for certiorari before the High Court if it doesn't agree with the CA
The Philippines has an ice hockey team representing the Philippines in the SEA Games, and they are ready to bring home a medal.
(UPDATED) From 6 am to 2 pm on Sunday, June 25, government troops will observe a 'humanitarian pause' in Marawi City in view of the celebration of the end of Ramadan
Janelle Mae Frayna is a grandmaster in chess and real life