The Philippines will be competing in Lebanon from August 8 to 20
The President jokes that National Democratic Front consultants should have been poisoned when they were served food during meetings in Malacañang
'Kung colorum ka, dapat wala ka sa lansangan,' MMDA chairman Danny Lim says, addressing Grab and Uber drivers with expired or no permits
The Philippines is sending Filipino-Japanese athletes Kohei Kohagura, Keisei Nakano, Shugen Nakano, Kiyomi Watanabe, Mariya Takahashi, and Davao City native Sydney Sy Tancontian to Kuala Lumpur
The airport in Lal-lo town will initially cater to two flights to and from Macau and China on a daily basis
AKO BICOL Representative Rodel Batocabe lost his nephew two weeks ago in a car crash involving an Uber vehicle in Singapore
House Minority Leader Danilo Suarez's counter-State of the Nation Address is less scathing compared to that of Albay Representative Edcel Lagman
What does the director have to say to critics of his style in directing President Duterte's second State of the Nation Address?
In Manila, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urges the region 'to stand together' against 'non-regional forces' in the South China Sea disputes
A day after Duterte's SONA, Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu says his department is one with the President 'in his firm desire to rid the country of abusive and irresponsible miners'
A total of 7,697 overstaying Filipino workers have been repatriated from Saudi Arabia as of July 24
President Duterte's two top security officials agree with the chief executive's sentiments on the Commission on Human Rights
Ace Rupert Zaragosa leads the youth movement of the Philippines in golf as it dreams of medals in Kuala Lumpur
Senator Francis Escudero says his committee will review if there is a need to launch a Senate probe into the P900-million internal fraud at Metrobank
The Philippines now has 29 new infections every day, according to the health department
'Do you think you even have the moral values and credible standing, after that garbage of a speech you have unloaded before us and the foreign diplomatic corps?' says Senator Leila de Lima
Bookmark this page to watch the live interview with the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict's director at 4:30 pm Tuesday, July 25
The Pirates maintain a flawless 4-0 record in the NCAA Season 93
Former solicitor general Florin Hilbay, the petitioners' counsel, calls the ruling a 'strange and unfortunate result'
Vice President Leni Robredo reiterates her stance after President Rodrigo Duterte lashes out against his critics and promises an 'unrelenting' drug war
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi warns that 'unilateral development' in disputed waters 'might lead to tensions'
The former Senate president shares his thoughts live on Rappler
Alyssa Leonardo is optimistic about her debut at the Southeast Asian Games
The suspects – identified as a Nicaraguan, Italian, and Romanian – allegedly stole P339,300 from various ATMs in the province
(UPDATED) From passing the National Land Use Act to creating a new disaster response department, here are bills President Rodrigo Duterte wants the 17th Congress to pass
A local biking community hopes to promote cycling by holding 'visi-tours' – a tour-by-bike to the famed tourist spots of the city
Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol says the President talked about agriculture during the early part of his State of the Nation Address
Legislators wonder why President Rodrigo Duterte, who won the 2016 elections on the promise of change, left out key pledges in his second State of the Nation Address
'His silence is a great disappointment for workers as we were expecting him to announce the release of an executive order prohibiting all forms of contractualization,' says labor coalition Nagkaisa
'I don't see the death penalty being revived under his watch or at least with the present composition of the Senate,' says pro-death penalty Senator Panfilo Lacson
President Rodrigo Duterte orders a nationwide road clearing while he waits for Congress to grant him emergency powers to solve the Metro Manila traffic problem
Rappler compiles the following highlights of President Rodrigo Duterte's second State of the Nation Address
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President Rodrigo Duterte's second SONA ran for about two hours – with a huge chunk of it unscripted
President Rodrigo Duterte calls the University of Oxford, which released a study about social media manipulation, 'a school for the stupid people'
Read the wide range of policy issues that President Rodrigo Duterte covers in both his prepared speech and his off-script comments
President Rodrigo Duterte cites the victories in his administration's infrastructure initiatives during its first year in office
The President tells Senator Angara to 'watch out in the elections' after noticing the legislator did not clap on his request for the passage of the tax reform bill
President Rodrigo Duterte puts some people and institutions on the spot in his SONA 2017
Protesters by the thousands walked kilometers to Batasan, demanding the change they did not see realized in President Duterte's first year
President Rodrigo Duterte also hails the Alternative Learning System – considered the 'centerpiece' of basic education under his administration
The Philippine President says there are already talks to get the joint development of oil and gas started
President Rodrigo Duterte reiterates in his SONA that the 'essence' of the death penalty is retribution for the victims of heinous crimes
The entertainment figure and daughter of former president Cory Aquino lists down the points she agrees with in President Rodrigo Duterte's address
President Duterte says he has the final say on whether or not to allow cops and soldiers to be probed by the Commission on Human Rights or the Ombudsman
President Rodrigo Duterte says the money will fund rebuilding efforts in war-torn Marawi, and also in Ormoc City which was struck by a strong earthquake
'TRO is the bane of efficiency,' President Rodrigo Duterte says in his State of the Nation Address, where Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno was a guest
Analysts say the SONA was a missed opportunity for the President to lay out policy statements and his administration's development plans
President Rodrigo Duterte says he will continue his war on drugs despite pressure from international human rights groups and other institutions