We track how the PNP has released data on DUIs, and try to explain all the confusion it has generated
Peña Nieto: 'We are sure that we are going to be able to reach an understanding that will be positive for both our nations'
The President warns drug personalities: 'Maniwala kayo, marami pang susunod sa akin, hihiritan talaga kayo'
The Palace confirms a European nation offered 'technical assistance' on a type of drug treatment the President vehemently opposes
Duterte's spokesman now claims the New York Times is part of a plot to oust the President
(UPDATED) 'A more consequential action' other countries could make to protest the war on drugs is to impose tariffs on Philippine goods, a New York Times editorial says
As the countdown begins, there is a real chance that negotiations will break down and Britain will be forced out of the EU without any deal in place
Thailand's ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra also waged a deadly and controversial drug war in 2003. Here's how it's similar to Duterte's.
While 9 drug traffickers are sentenced to death for smuggling 500 kilograms of heroin, another 9 are jailed for life as a result of the drug bust
Mexico is now threatening to buy from elsewhere, worrying corn growers in some of the very same US states that voted heavily in favor of Trump
China says it needs to know more about the allegations that major meatpacking businesses bribed inspectors to get health certificates and masked tainted meat as fit for consumption
After a decade and hundreds of thousands of deaths, the US opioid addiction crisis is entering a new phase – and towns, cities and states are being overwhelmed
A Filipino archaeologist traces an ancient gold trading trail in the northwestern Luzon, thanks to state-of-the-art satellite imagery and image enhancement techniques
Selling drugs is killing people, Cardinal Tagle says, as he launches another Catholic-run drug rehabilitation program
Participants still disagree on how to address trade in a final communique from the two-day summit, with the US at odds with other delegations over whether to repeat past commitments to reject protectionism
According to the UN's World Health Organization, 3.3 million deaths around the globe every year are the result of harmful alcohol use – almost 6% of all deaths
Malacañang asks European lawmakers to let the Philippines 'deal with our domestic challenges without unwarranted foreign interference'
Department of Trade and Industry head Ramon Lopez talks to Rappler about the surge in foreign investments, new doors in China and how government is dealing with negative perception
After two days of high-level meetings in Chile, officials wrap up their talks with no clear plan to replace the defunct deal but a dogged determination not to throw out years of painstaking negotiations
Trade secretary Ramon Lopez talks about how the government plans to empower micro, small & medium enterprises
(UPDATED) U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has promised to take a tough line on Kim Jong-un's isolated regime as he talks to allies Japan and South Korea and to rival great power China
(UPDATED) Li Keqiang: 'I believe whatever differences we have, we can still sit down and talk to each other and work together to find solutions'
During oral arguments at the SC, Hilbay hits his successor for citing a provision of the drugs law different from what was charged against De Lima before a trial court
Let’s not allow ourselves to be easily persuaded that the police are reformed and that their prejudicial application of the law is a thing of the past
Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez says the luxury car segment 'will not die' if the proposal to impose higher excise tax on new vehicles is approved
Britain is gearing up to strike its own trade deals outside of the European single market and is looking to its former global network
Experts say Trump will struggle to realize the goal of lowering drug prices due to a system that involves a complex web of players and incentives
China has railed against a possible trade war, amid growing indications that the Trump administration is serious about pursuing a protectionist agenda
The 18-member committee, headed by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, is divided into 4 clusters: enforcement, justice, advocacy, and rehabilitation
Senior Superintendent Graciano Mijares explains how the new group is different from the now-dissolved PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group
Ex-Reuters journalist David Fox is found guilty of drug use at a court in the Balinese capital Denpasar after being caught with a few grams of hash, and given a 7-month jail term
'They may have won, but it does not mean that they are right,' CBCP president Archbishop Socrates Villegas says after the House of Representatives approved the death penalty bill
'It was then known as the DDS during Martial Law. The sparrow units and the DDS were fighting it out,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
(4th UPDATE) Under the House-approved measure, drug convicts on death row can be executed either through hanging, firing squad, or lethal injection
(UPDATED) Lawmakers will cast their vote one by one through nominal voting, wherein anyone who wishes to explain his or her vote will be allowed to speak for a few minutes
The Psychological Association of the Philippines spearheads the Katatagan Kontra Droga sa Komunidad, a program that trains community volunteers in facilitating drug rehabilitation
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa says the police will avoid past mistakes
(UPDATED) In a Senate hearing, the former Davao policeman links Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo 'Pulong' Duterte to illegal drugs
'The most significant human rights problems were killings allegedly undertaken by vigilantes, security forces, and insurgents,' the US State Department says
Chief Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo says the operation itself is justifiable but the photos of the naked prisoners should not have been released, as this violated their right to privacy
Senator Leila de Lima's lawyers will oppose the move to consolidate the two cases with the one pending before Judge Juanita Guerrero, who had ordered the lawmaker's arrest
The US decision is a clear break from precedent and could threaten the viability of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body (DSB), where major trade conflicts have been adjudicated
Rescuers manage to save an additional 20 miners who were trapped underground when the blast hit the mine in the western Lviv region near the border with Poland
Human Rights Watch's latest report says Duterte's repeated calls to kill alleged drug personalities are 'indicative of a government policy to attack a specific civilian population'
President Rodrigo Duterte calls out Human Rights Watch for describing his anti-drug campaign as a 'war against humanity'
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella tells groups looking into the Duterte government's drug war to 'do their homework more diligently before attempting to engage in propaganda'
The university's student government leads the walk out after an overwhelming majority in the House of Representatives approved the death penalty bill on second reading