'With all faiths, we pray that God restore and preserve peace in Mindanao,' says Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella
'Responsible officials of this administration [should] personally brief senators on the declaration of martial law,' says Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon
Netizens remind President Rodrigo Duterte that he once said he wanted to rename Malacañang Palace to 'People's Palace'
(UPDATED) Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu says he learned of his appointment just hours before he took his oath of office
(UPDATED) The newly appointed assistant secretary for social media will get a monthly gross salary of at least P106,454, plus allowances and bonuses
(UPDATED) The celebrity blogger and known Duterte supporter is given a post at the Presidential Communications Operations Office
Solicitor General Jose Calida lauds the Court of Appeals for clearing Janet Lim Napoles in her serious illegal detention case, and says this acquittal has no effect on the pork barrel scam cases
The police says it is not a terror attack because the bomb had a specific target
(2ND UPDATE) ERC chairman and CEO Jose Vicente Salazar is accused of 'serious dishonesty, gross neglect of duty, and grave misconduct'
Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte is choosing from 'many names' to fill in the vacancy at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Urban poor commission chief Terry Ridon says, however, that the bloody campaign against drugs has affected many of the poor as the operations are done mostly in their communities
President Duterte talks to kids about killings. It’s no surprise when one child blurts out, 'I will kill drug pushers.' Another boy says, 'I’ll become a soldier. I will kill rebels.'
The proposed name will 'emphasize Philippine sovereign rights and jurisdiction over the area,' says Malacañang
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The President extends the invitation to the Vice President during Friday's Philippine National Police Academy graduation rites
The President himself denies there is a destabilization plot against him, saying criticism comes with the job of leading a democracy
While his allies and the Palace defend President Rodrigo Duterte from an impeachment case and a possible ICC case, he himself 'welcomes' these
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Malacañang insists the drug charges against Duterte critic Senator Leila De Lima are not politically motivated
Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte is expected to reappoint the 4 Cabinet members to their respective posts
The Philippine government gives assurances that it will continue to assert sovereignty over the 13-million-hectare area
Senate President Koko Pimentel arranges the dinner, but the Cabinet secretary is practically ignored by most media present – the same group of people he accused, without basis, of corruption
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'Nawala na ba ang pagiging independiente at magiging sunud-sunuran na lang ba [ang Senado] sa ehekutibo?' asks Senator Francis Pangilinan
Those who gathered at EDSA 31 not only commemorated the People Power Revolution, but protested the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos
Protesters raise several issues as they commemorate the 31st EDSA People Power uprising
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says he doesn't 'see any reason' why anyone would want to harm Senator Leila de Lima while in police custody
Malacañang slams British Ambassador Asif Ahmad for saying that under the Duterte administration, 'change has come in the Philippines but not in a good way'
(3rd UPDATE) Senator Panfilo Lacson confirms the Senate will reinvestigate the Davao Death Squad but has not decided which committee will handle the probe
The policy will allow bloggers 'to be recognized as legitimate sources of information' and provide a 'system of accreditation,' says the Presidential Communications Operations Office
The Palace dismisses the accusations of a former Davao City policeman as 'character assassination' driven by 'vicious politics'
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella says President Rodrigo Duterte merely explained how his family progressed
'The emphasis has shifted. It is no longer a celebration of the past; it is now a reflection on what can happen in the future. We are moving on from those things,' says Malacañang on the theme of the 1st People Power commemoration after the hero's burial for Ferdinand Marcos
President Rodrigo Duterte's two spokesmen give contradicting interpretations of the Chief Executive's promise of aid for residents of Surigao City
The jewelry set, worth as much as $153,089, is the 3rd of Imelda Marcos' collections to be forfeited in favor of the government
Longtime bloggers weigh in on the Malacañang media accreditation debate
Malacañang reacts to former president Ramos, who expressed concern that Duterte appears to be making decisions without first consulting his Cabinet members
President Rodrigo Duterte gives the go-signal for some bloggers to 'occasionally' cover Palace events like press briefings and presidential activities
Pro-Duterte bloggers have already been given the go-signal to cover President Rodrigo Duterte's out-of-town and foreign trips
The PNP chief also rejects criticism that his promise to punish policemen is just for show
'The officials of the CBCP are apparently out of touch with the sentiments of the faithful who overwhelmingly support the changes in the Philippines,' says Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella
'I can imagine it's not difficult for [Martin Andanar] to have felt legitimized' when he was enlisted as newspaper columnist. 'Now he's thinking of legitimizing bloggers as members of the press themselves.'
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Palace spokesperson: 'We respect the policy of the United States of America if they have prohibitions or they would be banning people from entering their country because that is their right'