‘Given that I served for one year, I would have expected candor and frankness from the members who voted against my appointment,’ says the rejected Cabinet official
De Lima, who will be celebrating her 58th birthday on August 27, says her wish is for her 'vindication to come soon'
President Rodrigo Duterte's plan to block ABS-CBN's franchise is a threat to press freedom, experts tell Rappler
MovePH's Voltaire Tupaz talks to DSWD Sec Judy Taguiwalo on Rappler Talk on Thursday afternoon, August 17
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The New York-based human rights organization says that media freedom will remain under threat if those responsible for killings of journalists are not held accountable
The labor department banks on the millions of jobs that ‘Dutertenomics’ will generate, and on the improved reintegration program for returning OFWs
Bookmark this page to watch the interview on Wednesday, August 9, as MovePH talks to an indigenous community elder and a student
On International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, know more about the Lumad and their plight in this infographic
This comes after President Rodrigo Duterte makes his second visit to government troops on the frontline of the fight against terrorists
'The intention is to give 100% [ownership in Inquirer] to [Ramon Ang],' says Manuel Pangilinan, who holds a minority stake in Inquirer
The President has until Saturday, August 5, to exercise his veto powers
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The immigration lookout bulletin comes a year after President Rodrigo Duterte publicly named Peter Lim as one of 3 Chinese drug lords
With the extension of Martial Law in Mindanao, violence continues to erupt and Lumad education remains hampered
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'Kung i-a-abolish iyong CHR, parang lalo nating hindi binibigyan ng proteksyon iyong mga dati nang naghihirap sa ating lipunan,' says the Vice President
Housing chief Eduardo del Rosario says he is just waiting for Congress to pass a joint resolution allowing the distribution of the houses before the turnover of the units to the families
'Change did not happen,' an indigenous peoples' group says
Rappler’s series of investigations documents the drug war as it continues to be fought across the first year of Duterte's presidency
Ahead of President Duterte's second State of the Nation Address, MovePH asks the public to help shed light on the untold stories of the nation through the #StoryofTheNation campaign
Presumption of regularity should not be the benchmark in ascertaining the truth or falsity of the factual assertions in the President’s report, especially if there are indications based on neutral news reports that some of the facts presented by the President are simply not true
(2ND UPDATE) President Rodrigo Duterte is widely expected to win approval for martial law in Mindanao until the end of the year
The Commission on Human Rights says statements inciting violence against women are a cause for concern given that they come from the most powerful person in the Philippines
Around 20,000 workers are also pending for regularization, the labor department says
The Vice President hopes Congress will thoroughly discuss the extension of martial law in Mindanao
'It’s time to resist in a time of corruption and extrajudicial killings. There is a need to break the apathy...of the youth,' says rally leader at St Scholastica's College
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From the perspective of the people, what is the story of the nation? Tell us through images.
Get to know the Rufino-Prieto family, owners of the Inquirer which may soon belong to businessman Ramon Ang
The Duterte government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front launch a joint communications roadmap to pass the revised Bangsamoro Basic Law
'What I don't like are kids (being raped). You can mess with, maybe Miss Universe,' President Rodrigo Duterte says in his new rape joke
'The Philippine health agenda of the Duterte government promotes the increasing role of the private sector and insurance like Philhealth to finance public health facilities'
(UPDATED) In response to calls in Congress to extend martial rule in Mindanao until 2022, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says martial law is an extraordinary power of the Commander-in-Chief 'that must be resorted to only when warranted by our national security circumstances'
Vice President Leni Robredo acknowledges she too has had limitations during the first year, given her office's meager budget.
(UPDATED) The veteran anchor and broadcast journalist who worked with the government network for 11 years is informed her contract won't be renewed only two days before it expires
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
In his first public appearance in 5 days, President Rodrigo Duterte delivers a speech at the 50th founding anniversary of Agusan del Norte in Cabadbaran City then visits troops at the 4ID command post in Butuan City
400 fresh troops are airlifted to Marawi City to reinforce government forces
(UPDATED) The Supreme Court en banc gives the Senate and the House of Representatives 10 days to submit their comment
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Arturo Lascañas is facing murder and frustrated murder charges over his confession of operating to kill radio man Jun Pala
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno tells the Solicitor General that the declaration of martial law cannot be shrugged off as being a mere political question
Mindanao is a national issue and requires national discussion. For President Duterte to use 'I am from Mindanao' is hijacking Mindanao’s narrative
Solicitor General Jose Calida will defend President Duterte in the SC oral arguments against the 3 petitions opposing his declaration of martial law in Mindanao
Under the Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022, PH's agriculture and mining industry cater to foreign economies while its people look for jobs abroad, according to IBON Foundation
The Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022 has a simplistic and outdated explanation of the problem with the economy, according to IBON Foundation
The mosque is near the headquarters of the 103rd Brigade, the camp that President Rodrigo Duterte was supposed to visit on Thursday
What is assigned to Congress is not just a discretion to revoke or not to revoke President Duterte's martial law declaration but a positive duty to review it
By declaring martial law in Mindanao, President Rodrigo Duterte has 'summoned the ghost of Marcos,' says Human Rights Watch