(2ND UPDATE) 'Ayaw ko na makipag-usap sa kanila. Marami na akong sundalong pinatay nila,' says President Rodrigo Duterte of the New People's Army
'Could we have done it better? Where were we wrong?' asks former president Benigno Aquino III a year after he stepped down from office
One of the new books is about the subjects Harry studied at Hogwarts, while the other is about mystical topics like alchemy, witchcraft, and magical creatures
(UPDATED) The government cancels backchannel talks supposed to happen in July following a clash between supposed NPA rebels and President Duterte's security aides
(UPDATED) The encounter is triggered by the discovery of 50 suspected communist rebels posing as soldiers manning a fake military checkpoint
'China firmly opposes any forms of official exchange and military contact between the US and Taiwan,' foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang tells reporters
In the first half of the year, 1,662 civilians are killed and more than 3,500 injured with deaths in the capital Kabul accounting for nearly 20% of the toll, according to the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) report
Dick Guttman, Martin's publicist confirms the actor died of unexpected complications
Sawang-sawa na raw siya sa mga travel advisory na nagbababala sa mga nais tumapak sa Mindanao. Pero saang La La Land dadagsain ng turista ang isang lugar na nasa ilalim ng martial law?
The New Orleans Pelicans is the 5th club in 4 seasons for Rajon Rondo
Only time will tell the impact of such sweeping policies on growth, inflation, and unemployment. But before they cause any irreversible damage to our economy, their rationale and effectiveness should not escape scrutiny today.
(UPDATED) 'Issue about resurgence of drug trade has made me irrelevant,' Benjamin de los Santos says in a text message to reporters
'The Philippine health agenda of the Duterte government promotes the increasing role of the private sector and insurance like Philhealth to finance public health facilities'
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The Army says the attack of the New People's Army violates a standing agreement between the government and the National Democratic Front and international humanitarian law
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II also orders the Bureau of Corrections to submit an initial report on the incident
(UPDATED) Davao Archbishop Romulo Valles says there was 'no conflict' between the local church and Rodrigo Duterte when he was Davao City mayor
Despite positive efforts, the President has also tried but failed to recalibrate our dependent, neocolonial relations with the US, and appears intent on merely replicating the same with China and Russia
The big offer for a player they had traded away surprised many, and could mean the Knicks will strengthen efforts to trade Carmelo Anthony
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
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One of the nuclear firms named in the report is Kansas' Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation. The hacks received an 'amber warning,' the second-highest rating for threat severity from the Department of Homeland Security
The President also likens the New People's Army to a distracting 'mosquito' pulling away much-needed government forces from Marawi operations
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno says President Rodrigo Duterte must not be allowed to broaden the use of martial law 'to solve other social ills'
The photo has been buried in the US National Archives for decades
Similar to the past, there are internal battles being fought as regards the right balance between state and market
(UPDATED) The President also appeals to CPP founder Jose Maria Sison to ensure the success of the peace talks
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The bill passed by Congress to provide free tuition in public colleges and universities might result in poor families subsidizing students from richer families
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II also says he plans to replace the Special Action Force troops with soldiers inside Bilibid
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority says that the travel time along EDSA has been cut by at least 14 minutes
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa says some drug lords were moved to other areas in the prison – areas not under the supervision of the PNP SAF
Chris Christie sparks fresh outrage after being photographed lounging on a beach closed to the public because of a government shutdown
'You can’t be on the top all the time because the thrill of the ride would be gone,' says the PNP chief, who insist the police are 'winning' the war on drugs
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana is confident the Supreme Court will uphold martial law when it rules on petitions to nullify the declaration on Tuesday, July 4
2017 marks the second year of the full implementation of the K to 12 program, and the first year that Grade 12 will be rolled out nationwide
'It appears that our pastoral education for people has not been enough. That's why, for them, it seems okay to kill to eliminate the problem of illegal drugs'
Within the first year of President Duterte’s administration, he has not been remiss in expressing his thanks to the community that has been instrumental to his success
Labor representatives urge the President to sign an executive order and then certify as urgent the bills pending with the Senate and the House
'I am praying and hoping for him to succeed, because his success is yours and mine. But he has to change in many respects,' says former senator and Bedan Rene Saguisag
The justice department, the Solicitor General, and the Court of Appeals have helped the cases of the alleged pork barrel scam mastermind in no small measure
From Rodrigo Duterte's quiet companion on the campaign trail to his stunning red carpet partner during his presidency, Honeylet Avanceña has come a long way, First Lady or not
Labor groups hold a protest rally in Quezon City, and raise 6 promises that President Rodrigo Duterte has made to workers but has yet to fulfill
Here are the highlights of the first 365 days of President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, according to Rappler reporters
Vice President Leni Robredo acknowledges she too has had limitations during the first year, given her office's meager budget.
President Rodrigo Duterte is proving to be a hindrance to the country's most urgent political and socio-economic reforms
The fast-food giant is on an expansion spree – with Manhattan and Toronto targeted by the end of the year