Trump's expansive remarks to The New York Times painted a picture of a president preoccupied by allegations against him
(UPDATED) The president also criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recent testimony before a Senate panel which is investigating possible collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign
It put Trump's son and son-in-law at the center of a burgeoning scandal involving multiple US investigations into whether Trump associates colluded with Moscow in its efforts to tilt the 2016 election
The concerted pushback comes as a Washington Post-ABC News poll near the 6-month point in Trump's administration shows him facing significantly declining approval ratings
In an interview with Pat Robertson of the Christian Broadcasting Network, the billionaire president claims his Russian counterpart would have preferred a win by the Democrat Clinton in 2016
Vice President Leni Robredo's lawyer Romulo Macalintal says the Presidential Electoral Tribunal must first resolve the issue on the integrity of the election system before proceeding with the recount
The solicitor general of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos appears during the Supreme Court's preliminary conference for Bongbong Marcos' electoral protest
In the preliminary conference for his electoral protest, Marcos says the recount should be initially held in Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Occidental
Vice President Leni Robredo was earlier required to settle payment of the balance of the protest fee on July 14
EXCLUSIVE: Election results in these provinces may be up for recount, if the Presidential Electoral Tribunal grants the petitions of Marcos and Robredo in their respective protests
EXCLUSIVE: Can election data back up Bongbong Marcos' request to annul results in 3 provinces in the ARMM?
(UPDATED) Davao Archbishop Romulo Valles says there was 'no conflict' between the local church and Rodrigo Duterte when he was Davao City mayor
According to the International Rescue Committee, internally displaced people are 'extremely vulnerable to sexual abuse'
(UPDATED) Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi hails the retaking of Mosul – where ISIS dealt Iraqi troops a devastating defeat three years ago – as a key moment in the war against the jihadists
The Davao archbishop is set to lead the CBCP as his friend – President Rodrigo Duterte – pursues a bloody war on drugs that has alarmed Catholic bishops
Violence may have become the new normal but people are not letting it get in the way of their lives
'These people have no right to enjoy our Internet freedom only to abuse our women and children,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros in pushing for Senate Bill 1251 or the Anti-Gender-Based Electronic Violence bill
The armed group broke through the gates of the only state institution still nominally controlled by the opposition, in another episode of political violence
In a motion for reconsideration filed with the High Court, election lawyer Romulo Macalintal argues that former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr himself is 'not sure of his election protest' against Vice President Leni Robredo
Supporters of the Vice President are raising funds through the online drive 'Piso Para sa Laban ni Leni,' as she faces the election protest filed by former senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr
The protocol of cooperation provides guidelines and operational procedures for joint anti-illegal drug operations in MILF areas and communities
Recommendations by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures should help shareholders determine if businesses are aligned with the global shift toward a low-carbon economy
A top government official in Parachinar says that the twin blasts that tore through a market in the area were carried out by two suicide bombers
The Catholic Church puts the death toll in the troubled Kasai region at more than 3,300
The P2.08 billion is the cost of the non-return of 97,365 vote-counting machines to technology provider Smartmatic
'Balik-Islam Group in the Philippines is very peaceful, very democratic, and very tolerant and linking them with ISIS is in fact providing them an injustice,' says terror expert Rommel Banlaoi
Ministers from the Organization of American States meet to seek elusive solutions to the crisis in Venezuela, as the death toll from weeks of clashes at anti-government protests rises
Retired Supreme Court Associate Justice Jose Vitug will chair the 3-member panel
Local governments should enforce ordinances penalizing sexual harassment in public spaces, says an expert on women empowerment
The shift toward investigating the US president in connection with the alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election began days after Trump fired James Comey as FBI director on May 9, the Washington Post reports
EXCLUSIVE: Rappler talks to a former Maute Group child soldier. Cayamora and Farhana Maute promise his parents he will study Koran, but they turn him into a fighter instead.
(UPDATED) Sessions fiercely denounces allegations that he acted improperly during a series of meetings with Russian officials – or that he knew of any attempt at collusion by a member of the Trump campaign team
It comes as political intrigue pulses through the US capital following explosive testimony by former FBI chief James Comey before the same panel last week, and as Trump has expressed frustrations with Sessions
Newsmax Media CEO Christopher Ruddy makes the comments on the eve of testimony at the Senate Intelligence Committee by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions over the Trump-Russia probe
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'We will fulfill the promise of Brexit,' May says after meeting Queen Elizabeth II to seek permission to form a new government despite losing her majority in a snap general election
Brussels had set June 19 as the start date for talks, but a series of key figures said that was now in doubt after Prime Minister Theresa May's gamble to increase her majority failed
What the fundamentalist seeks is something we must all heed, because it is something common to our quest: stability
May's astute political instincts served her well in running the country, but the election campaign exposed her awkward public manner to the country at large
(UPDATED) British Prime Minister Theresa May faces pressure to resign after losing her parliamentary majority, plunging the country into uncertainty as Brexit talks loom
The country could be plunged into uncertainty for weeks as Theresa May seeks to form a government, if her Conservative party loses its overall majority as an exit poll and near-complete results indicate
The pound dived from $1.2959 to $1.2695 minutes after exit polls indicated the Conservatives were going to lose their majority
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(UPDATED) Corbyn: May 'has lost Conservative seats, lost votes, lost support and lost confidence. I would have thought that's enough to go'
(UPDATED) The United Kingdom officially has a hung parliament. Here is what would happen next.
(UPDATED) The election comes at a pivotal time in British history as it negotiates a complicated exit from the European Union, the first country to leave the 6-decade-old bloc
Less than 6 months into his White House tenure, he finds himself locked in his toughest fight yet – the battle to save his presidency