Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte is one with China in weeding out corruption
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
(UPDATED) 'I think that is too much for us. The issue in Marawi, especially in relation to the Maute Group, is so sensitive,' says MILF peace implementing panel chairman Mohagher Iqbal
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
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In his response to petitions, Solicitor General Jose Calida says congressional deliberations must be 'free from the public eye and pressure by interested parties'
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
Organizations now plan to simplify and bring human rights closer to the ground and everyday life
The Vice President cannot risk completely disengaging from government. Her access to the President and Cabinet members can advance her pro-poor agenda.
The Palace says the President is expected to make his first public appearance on Tuesday, June 27, at Malacañang events
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
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
President Rodrigo Duterte paints human rights defenders as an obstacle to the change he promised, according to iDEFEND's Ellecer Carlos
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
(UPDATED) This is the longest period of 'rest' for 72-year-old President Rodrigo Duterte
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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 Muntinlupa City Regional Trial Court Branch 205 issues another arrest warrant for detained Senator Leila de Lima
Ramadan this year hasn't been easy, particularly for tens of thousands of families displaced due to the Marawi City crisis
'He paraded himself as an ally during the campaign season, promising same-sex marriage in the Philippines,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros
President Duterte has criticized the past government for the slow rehab of Eastern Visayas. What happens when he tells agencies he is getting impatient?
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
(UPDATED) The Philippines voices its 'extreme displeasure over the consistent biased prejudgment' made by UN rapporteur Agnes Callamard
Duterte should be made to understand somehow that, if people wonder whether he is sick, or worse, it’s not personal; it’s constitutional
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella says 69 government troops, 280 terrorists, and 26 civilians have been killed in Marawi City since clashes erupted on May 23
The Comprehensive Reform and Development Agenda is an attempt to secure the future of the region. Conflict and corruption, however, are getting in the way.
This comes amid President Rodrigo Duterte's criticism of the European Union for criticizing human rights violations and his bloody drug war
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The Liberal Party's 'rebranding' is a hard and messy work in progress, as Rodrigo Duterte marks his first year in office
The military says the BIFF was driven to make threats against President Rodrigo Duterte out of 'embarrassment,' as its attack on a North Cotabato village failed to inflict substantial damage on government forces
This comes after BBC anchor Stephen Sackur confronted Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on his opposition to President Rodrigo Duterte that is 'out of tune' with public support for the Philippine leader
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In a June 21 phone conversation, the two leaders also discuss the need for more cooperation among Southeast Asian countries against violent extremism
Duterte ingin membahas mengenai tingginya jumlah WNI yang masuk ke Filipina dan ikut berperang bersama kelompok Maute
The administration's aim is not only to build homes for the poor but to build them within urban centers. It's a challenge on which past governments failed.
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial says the implementing rules and regulations of the executive order need to go through one last round of vetting among stakeholders
Former president Benigno Aquino III also says he is 'concerned' about the ongoing clashes in Marawi City
Henry Sy Sr's conglomerate is expanding its presence in China and Mindanao. His group has also started submitting unsolicited proposals for public infrastructure.
Duterte lets 9 injured soldiers board the presidential plane to transport them from a Cagayan de Oro military hospital to Manila
'Ang hinihintay lang niyan sabihin na namatay na si Duterte. Mag-ambak-ambak 'yan doon sa selda niya,' says the President about detained Senator Leila de Lima