What has President Rodrigo Duterte done in his first month in power to fulfill his campaign promises?
Some amusing things I've observed about Duterte: he isn't 'laway' conscious and he can be a gentleman
The Davao City mayor reminds businessmen he is willing to copy the best programs of the Aquino administration and even those proposed by rival presidential bets
Duterte says of the rich pastor, 'He donates [gifts] in the name of God, para makatrabaho ako, para wala akong takot'. Is he liable for graft?
The Davao City mayor also admits he has a BPI dollar account containing his 'savings' of $5,000
'[I told them] to open it on Monday in front of Trillanes and [Atty Sal] Panelo. Allow Panelo to explain first the legal ramifications,' says the Davao City mayor
The presidential bet explains his platform on crime, education, and health but leaves top businessmen with questions about his economic policies
Duterte's advantage over his rivals with political machinery lies in his 'emotionally-attached' supporters, say analysts
The presidential bet also proposes to establish a system of banks through which OFWs could channel their remittances
'I might have really okayed it but to say I really read it carefully, no, it just passed through my hands,' says Duterte about his apology for his rape remarks
(UPDATED) 'There was no intention of disrespecting our women and those who have been victims of this horrible crime. Sometimes my mouth can get the better of me,' admits Duterte
A scroll through social media feeds reveals an upheaval as voters weigh in on Rodrigo Duterte's controversial remark about rape
'Violence against women and girls is unacceptable anytime, anywhere,' Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Amanda Gorely says
(UPDATED) 'I am willing to lose the presidency. Do not make me apologize for something which I did which was called for at the moment,' says the Davao City mayor
Netizens blast the presidential bet for making a 'tasteless' joke
The presidential bet says leaving the issue of ownership behind can lead to a better deal with China if there is no progress with the international case being pursued by the Philippines
The Davao City mayor says he will raise the drug problem to the level of a national security threat and create a 'ranger-trained' division in the army
Mayor Kit Nieto hosts a campaign rally for Duterte in the vote-rich town, in a region where Duterte badly needs more support
Jong Mangudadatu, former mayor of Buluan in Maguindanao, announces his support for Duterte even if members of his family are members of the Liberal Party
Where would he get the funds for such an expensive project? One option, he says, is China.
Duterte jokes about the absurdity of traveling to Mexico with its incidents of drug-related crimes. The audience reacts because the Mexican ambassador is among them.
'I do not do that,' says Duterte about extrajudicial killings after Binay accuses him of being an executioner
'Takot kang pumatay? Takot kang mamatay? Subukan mo ako. Maghawak ka ng shabu sa harap ko, pasasabugin ko ‘yang ulo mo,' says Duterte in response to Roxas
Duterte threatens to take the Visayas vote from Roxas. Poe and Roxas have taken over in the Zamboanga Peninsula, while Binay is catching up with Duterte in ARMM.
(UPDATED) The Vatican responds to a letter that presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte sent to Pope Francis last January
Academics try to unravel the popular mayor in a forum in UP Diliman
But Zubiri says most local leaders in the province support Liberal Party vice-presidential bet Leni Robredo instead of Duterte's running mate Alan Peter Cayetano
While his camp says his anti-crime stance protects media, Duterte jokes about killing 'talkative' people without due process
Dismissing federalism is 'an excuse for them to hang on to power, Imperial Manila,' says Mindanaoan presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte
'So I will dishonor the memory of my mother by following the person she helped put down?' says Duterte, referring to his mother who was part of the anti-Marcos movement in Davao City
In Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region, Duterte continues to make his pitch for federalism
Any voter seeking to understand Duterte should listen to at least two full speeches of his
'I’ll sleep the whole day. That’s the tradition. I have never celebrated a birthday in my life,' says the presidential bet who is turning 71 on March 28, 2016
Not supporting Duterte would be a betrayal of his province and his people, says Governor Roger Mercado, who belongs to the Liberal Party
His campaign team has a secret weapon to help him stay on schedule on the campaign trail: his youngest daughter Veronica
'Sa kanila nanggagaling ang tapang ko,' says Rodrigo Duterte about street children in his latest political ads
'Davao City is not Makati City. Duterte is not Binay,' says the Mindanaoan presidential bet after refuting allegations of corruption from the vice president's camp
Will the 1.15 million voters in Leyte province go for the Duterte-Cayetano tandem’s brand of change?
'He cannot handle a crisis,' says Duterte of Roxas, who led Yolanda relief efforts from Tacloban City in the days right after the storm hit land
The 'reality' is that Filipinos have become used to thinking that following the law is optional, the presidential candidate tells UP Los Baños students
Students ask Duterte hard questions, and his answers draw mixed reactions
The Mindanaoan presidential bet is the only candidate who can boast of a rise in numbers across all survey categories of the February 24 to March 1 Laylo poll
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte doesn’t meet with Mayor Rex Gatchalian, who also happens to be the spokesman of his rival Grace Poe
'Mabuti pa kay Trump na lang kayo bumoto o kay Hillary, pareho lang rin,' says presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte
The presidential bet says he was invited by the US embassy to meet with them. Other candidates have likely been approached as well, he says.
In vote-rich Rizal province, Duterte proposes a federal system in which regions keep 70% of their income and send only 30% to the central government
(UPDATED) Presidential candidates head to different regions as they begin their second month of campaigning
The tension between the 3 candidates is obvious during Duterte's recent sorties in Ilocos region, a bailiwick of the Marcoses
If he wins, Duterte says the first two years of his presidency will focus on social services instead of ambitious infrastructure projects