Ifugao Representative Teddy Baguilat Jr says if kept unchecked, the rising number of killings could lead to 'anarchy' and the 'disintegration of society'
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says that, for starters, police commandos and Marines will man the security of the National Bilibid Prison
(UPDATED) The Philippine National Police reports that 25 suspects were killed from June 16 to 20, a week before Duterte's inauguration
Across the nation police have already reported killing more than 20 alleged drug suspects over the past fortnight, egged on by Duterte who has urged them to begin his war on crime even before he takes office at the end of this month
Analysts say Rodrigo Duterte's profanity-laced campaign resonates in a chaotic, high-crime society with limited opportunities for a vast underclass working for a tiny elite
Agoncillo, 44, from San Francisco, says he heard voices inside his head telling him to 'kill as many people as possible'
The problem with crime in this country is not simply the criminals. The problem with crime largely lies in the people tasked to put an end to it.
The new head of Task Force Tugis, Chief Superintendent Edgardo Ladao served as the top cop in Central Luzon for almost 2 years
Senator Ralph Recto calls this 'community policing,' which can save government millions of pesos from asking IT company to create police notification software
Like criminals, politicians usually see themselves as victims when their career goes awry
People need to understand that gun owners like me have made the biggest, most important choice in their lives with the purchase of their firearm: We will not be victims
(4th UPDATE) Interior Secretary Mar Roxas says the police broke rules on checkpoints during the supposed Quezon 'encounter'
(UPDATED) A UN-backed war crimes court sentenced former Liberian president Charles Taylor to 50 years in prison Wednesday, May 30, for arming Sierra Leone rebels in return for "blood diamonds"