'You are directing a war from [there], ang namamatay 'yung naniniwala sa iyo,' says the President, addressing CPP leader Joma Sison
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy denies any knowledge of an illegal financing scheme within his conservative Popular Party as he testifies as a witness at a major graft trial
(UPDATED) The washout leaves Republicans struggling to find consensus on how to fulfill US President Donald Trump's pledge to scrap the 2010 Affordable Care Act
(UPDATED) The US Senate votes to proceed with a debate on Republican plans to repeal Barack Obama's health care reforms, but the chamber soon votes down a Republican plan to repeal and replace it
The President jokes that National Democratic Front consultants should have been poisoned when they were served food during meetings in Malacañang
Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos admits she made the allegation against the Liberal Party and its chairman emeritus, former president Benigno Aquino III, out of 'mere suspicion'
Trump strongly warns Republicans that they must pass health care reform, taking his party to task and bluntly declaring that 'Obamacare is death'
'Drugs is just one aspect.The other aspect is: how do you grow the economy to fund the resources for education, health, and infrastructure?' says the former president
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
(5TH UPDATE) 'Let us renew the fighting for another 50 years. It's what you want,' President Rodrigo Duterte tells his former teacher
'Could we have done it better? Where were we wrong?' asks former president Benigno Aquino III a year after he stepped down from office
LP legislators promise to properly assess whether or not Congress should grant President Rodrigo Duterte's request to extend martial law in Mindanao until the end of the year
PDP-Laban has agreed to send its members to China's ruling party school in Fujian to undergo 'policy training' and to learn about the ways and ideology of the party, according to a senior provincial official of the Communist Party of China
(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 Senate's top Republican said he will forge ahead with what could be a last-gasp vote – on a new plan to kill off most of the 2010 reforms of Trump's predecessor without a replacement at the ready
(UPDATED) Two more US Republican senators announce their opposition to their party's efforts to revamp Obamacare, derailing the controversial legislation in its current form
White House spokesman Sean Spicer repeats allegations that a Democratic operative had met with Ukrainian embassy officials during the campaign
Can you tell the difference between liberalism, the Liberal Party, and the Yellow Movement?
Heineken unlocks the doors of The Ruins in Poblacion, which is emerging as a hip party spot
Indian lawmakers vote to pick the country's president, who is certain to come from the lowest Dalit caste
The LP 'sees his actions in relation to Mamasapano as imperatives in good faith to advance the cause of justice and peace in Mindanao,' says party president Senator Francis Pangilinan
Two Taiwanese lawmakers try to choke each other during a brawl in parliament over controversial legislation
(UPDATED) With Democrats united in opposition, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell needs support from at least 50 out of 52 Republicans to pass the measure in the 100-member chamber
(UPDATED) As Senators returned for work in Washington after a week off, Trump challenged fellow Republicans to make good on their signature campaign promise: repeal and replace 'Obamacare'
For months, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been dogged by scandals, most recently claims he showed favoritism to a friend in a business deal, an accusation he denies
The rally marks the culmination of a 450-kilometer 'justice march' from Ankara to Istanbul by Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu
The President also likens the New People's Army to a distracting 'mosquito' pulling away much-needed government forces from Marawi operations
(UPDATED) The President also appeals to CPP founder Jose Maria Sison to ensure the success of the peace talks
Governor Yuriko Koike is hoping her coalition can beat the local arm of Shinzo Abe's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), which holds a majority in the 127-seat Tokyo assembly
(UPDATED) The reform grants full marital rights, including child adoption, to gay and lesbian couples, who in Germany have been allowed since 2001 to enter so-called civil unions
The spyware, known as Pegasus, effectively turns a target's cell phone into a pocket spy, enabling remote access to the user's data, camera and microphone
(UPDATED) Members of the House of Commons will vote on the Conservative leader's legislative plans – the Queen's Speech – in a key test of whether she can stay in power
Turns out Kris Aquino has a lot to say on life, food, success, and even road safety
The Senate delay is a huge blow to Trump and Republican lawmakers who have spent the last 7 years plotting an end to the ACA, commonly known as Obamacare
Angelica Panganiban, Bea Alonzo, Alden Richards, and Maja Salvador are among the guests spotted at John Lloyd's party
The Vice President cannot risk completely disengaging from government. Her access to the President and Cabinet members can advance her pro-poor agenda.
See the full list of winners at the 2017 NBA Awards
(UPDATED) As Democrats have united in opposition to the draft, Republican leaders have struggled to rally enough support from within their ranks to get the bill over the line
The agreement with the ultra-conservative Northern Irish party is signed after more than two weeks of negotiations following her disastrous showing in the June 8 general election
(UPDATED) Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer maintains US President Donald Trump shouldn't expect any support from them in the bid to repeal Obamacare
A guide issued by the CBCP tags at least 29 websites for 'carrying fake or unverified contents'
The Liberal Party's 'rebranding' is a hard and messy work in progress, as Rodrigo Duterte marks his first year in office
'The meeting has already been arranged,' says Le Pen, who had refused to answer any questions over the accusations while she was running in this year's presidential election
The president seizes on the result of a closely-watched special election in Georgia as a vote of confidence
(UPDATED) The British parliament opens in the aftermath of an election that weakened Prime Minister Theresa May's authority and tragedies that have shaken the nation
(UPDATED) Republican Karen Handel wins a fierce, closely-watched special congressional election in Georgia, US media project, salvaging a seat in traditional conservative territory