Amid his warm approach to China, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte emphasizes respect for freedom of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea
Uriarte is among the remaining defendants in the PCSO scam plunder case which ex-president Arroyo has already been acquitted of
The camp of defeated vice presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr accuses Vice President Leni Robredo of resorting to delaying tactics
The ocean sunfish is considered a 'vulnerable' or 'threatened' species
Outside the diplomatic arena, China’s decision to explore a different approach and strategy in dealing with Filipino fishermen appears to be shaky
(3rd UPDATE) Philippine Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr says ASEAN is hopeful to finish a framework code of conduct in the South China Sea by June this year
ASEAN and China bank on a 'fresh momentum' for a legally binding code of conduct in the South China Sea, the Philippines says
(UPDATED) The SC says the election protest filed by former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr is sufficient in form and substance
(3rd UPDATE) Former foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier gets 931 of 1,239 valid votes
Supporters and followers of several Islamic groups flash posters such as 'I'd prefer if my leader is a Muslim' and 'It is forbidden to pick an infidel leader'
'For all legal intents and purposes, it's Harry Roque, not Kabayan Party List, who is the member of the House of Representatives'
Women Who Code Manila aims to inspire women to excel in technology careers and to promote diversity in the tech industry
'For us, this is quite disheartening and highly irregular,' says the camp of defeated vice presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr
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But Comelec Spokesperson James Jimenez says it is better to let the process of decryption be completed first, and not to speculate on the supposed files in the SD cards
The Speaker enumerates President Rodrigo Duterte's 4 priority bills, among them the reimposition of the death penalty
US intelligence agencies allege that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a covert effort to interfere in the election to boost Trump and harm his opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton
FEU students are now free to express themselves through their choice of clothes, as long as they wear their uniforms
On the year the Philippines chairs ASEAN, the bloc aims to finish the framework of a legally-binding document governing settlement of disputes in the South China Sea
(UPDATED) 'Any public official who transgresses the standards for good public service or causes such transgression must bear the consequences,' says Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales
The new corporate governance code adopts a 'comply or explain' approach to promote transparency and address perceived overregulation by the SEC
President Rodrigo Duterte should prioritize the probe into the killing of Pantar mayor Mohammad Exchan Limbona, a lawmaker says
There have only been 4 election protests since 1992. None, so far, has resulted in the reversal of results for president or vice president. On average, it took close to 4 years for these protests to be resolved.
Police are looking into politics or rido as possible motive for the attack on Pantar Mayor Mohammad Exchan Limbona
The governor, however, says the breakwater, in San Vicente town, is made of carefully piled limestone and not dead corals
(UPDATED) President Barack Obama all-but accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of personally ordering an audacious cyber hack that many Democrats believe gravely wounded Hillary Clinton in a closely fought election
(UPDATED) 'I think there is no doubt that when any foreign government tries to impact the integrity of our elections that we need to take action,' says President Barack Obama
'I don't think things happen in the Russian government of this consequence without Vladimir Putin knowing about it,' says Ben Rhodes, a top adviser to President Barack Obama
Former Quezon City engineer Alfredo Macapugay is accused of allowing the hotel to operate despite violations of the National Building Code and the Fire Code
House leaders want Senator Leila de Lima investigated for stopping her former aide and ex-boyfriend Ronnie Dayan from attending a House hearing
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Senator Panfilo Lacson goes to the extent of saying that De Lima clearly broke rules when she advised Ronnie Dayan to skip a House probe
This is the 3rd ethics complaint lodged against Senator Leila de Lima, the fiercest critic of President Rodrigo Duterte
By examining the election data and subjecting it to various methodologies, it is virtually impossible for anyone to conclude that Leni cheated and 'stole' the vice presidency. The data tells us that she won fair and square.
The Comelec says it is not required to keep materials that 'do not contain election results data' for the election protest of Ferdinand Marcos Jr against Leni Robredo
Marcos lawyer George Erwin Garcia says many SD cards 'were found to have data' during the 'stripping' or disabling of vote-counting machines
(UPDATED) Will the worst case of election-related violence in the Philippines reach its resolution under the Duterte administration?
The camp of former Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr uses the same metaphor used by Vice President Leni Robredo about his father's burial, saying the real 'thief in the night' was Robredo's poll victory
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'The objective is to steal the vice presidency from VP Leni,' says Robredo's spokesperson, about a recount allegedly being planned 'without the direction of the Presidential Electoral Tribunal'
The Comelec Second Division says the election protest of defeated gubernatorial bet Cristina Antonio is 'insufficient in form and content'