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'
The former Senate president shares his thoughts live on Rappler
The move is seen as unprecedented because it financially sanctions an elected leader for a government policy and it is the latest in a barrage of legal battles she has had to fight
The move by the 4 Arab governments comes despite mounting international pressure to compromise in their weeks-old boycott of their fellow US ally
The government 'is systematically attempting to subjugate and control justice,' the association of judges and prosecutors protested over the weekend
Trump has expressed increasing anger with Attorney General Jeff Sessions as his Justice Department's investigations into possible Trump-Russia collusion quickens
Trump strongly warns Republicans that they must pass health care reform, taking his party to task and bluntly declaring that 'Obamacare is death'
(UPDATED) The move comes after intensive international diplomacy seeking to stop the outbreak of wider unrest, with warnings that it could spread far beyond Israel and the Palestinian territories
Asked if she will be attending the tobacco funds probe the next day, Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos says, 'I have no idea. Pine-pray over ko pa'
(UPDATED) Jared Kushner: 'Let me be very clear – I did not collude with Russia, nor do I know of anyone else in the campaign who did so'
'This law would not strengthen the sense of justice' in society, the Polish president says in a speech
French President Emmanuel Macron will host the meeting
Any human behavior can be explained, and any ethical lapse can be granted its internal logic. But you need to know when to draw the line.
Leaders in the fight against HIV urges the US government, the largest donor to global AIDS research and treatment, to reject 'draconian' funding cuts proposed by President Donald Trump
At no other time in recent Philippine history has reality been so torn apart by polarized views toward a sitting president
It will be a dramatic week in the opposition's dogged drive to unseat the socialist Maduro, whom it blames for an acute economic crisis
Buhari has spent most of this year in London receiving treatment for an unspecified medical condition
Scaramucci: 'I will take dramatic action to stop those leaks'
The series of events that led to the violence that killed 8 people in Jerusalem's Haram al-Sharif compound
Israeli officials signaled they may be open to changing the measures at the Haram al-Sharif mosque compound after the violence that killed 8 people, two policemen included
(UPDATED) Erdogan arrives in Jeddah to meet the Saudi leadership before heading to Qatar on Monday to speak with Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani
The UN Security Council will hold closed-door talks Monday, July 24, about the spiraling violence after Egypt, France and Sweden sought a meeting to discuss the issue
Venezuela's opposition calls a fresh 48-hour general strike against embattled President Nicolas Maduro's plans to have the constitution rewritten
Poland's senate approves a controversial reform of the Supreme Court despite warnings from the European Union, appeals from Washington and massive street protests against the measure
The EU delegation also expresses 'strong concern' over efforts to restore the death penalty and lower the age of criminal responsibility to 9
Her supporters say the case is driven by the junta that booted her from office in 2014 and is determined to expunge her super-rich clan from Thailand's political scene
(UPDATED) Seoul had proposed to hold rare inter-Korea talks this week at the border truce village of Panmunjom to ease hostilities after a series of missile tests this year
Former Philippine president Benigno Aquino III talks about his realizations a year after office, the state of the nation during the first year of the Duterte administration, and charges filed against him by the Ombudsman
This year has seen waves of protests and bouts of violence in the Rif, where residents have long complained of neglect and marginalization
Since the cancer diagnosis, John McCain has been showered with tributes from all sides
General Ali Mohammed al-Mohannadi tells a news conference the 'hacking' was undertaken 'from two sites... in the Emirates'
Trump's expansive remarks to The New York Times painted a picture of a president preoccupied by allegations against him
If the government meeting goes ahead, it will mark the first official inter-Korea talks since December 2015
The row between Macron and General Pierre de Villiers erupted last week over budget cuts, testing the new president's authority
(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
(UPDATED) The 80-year-old U.S. senator underwent surgery to remove a blood clot from above his left eye last week and tests 'revealed that a primary brain tumor known as a glioblastoma was associated with the blood clot'
Former US Secretary of State Albright: 'One of the things that I think people need to understand in the Philippines (is) that investors do not want to go into a place where the rule of law is under question'
The military chiefs say their forces would protect a controversial vote Nicolas Maduro has called for next week to elect a body to rewrite the constitution
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 court accepted a Hawaii federal judge's ruling last week that the Trump administration had too narrowly defined what constitutes 'close family relationships' in its travel ban exemptions
If passed, the legislation would allow abortion in cases of rape, if the mother's life is at risk or if the fetus presents a deadly birth defect
For the second time in a fortnight impeached president Park Geun-Hye rejects a court order to give evidence in the case of Lee Jae-Yong, the vice-chairman of Samsung Electronics
Lim Ji-Hyun, a female defector in her 20s, abruptly appeared in a video on the North's propaganda network, describing how her 'fantasy' about the wealthy South had been shattered
The Ilocos Norte politician makes things work in a chamber of sometimes unruly lawmakers
In an interview with Rappler, ex-president Benigno Aquino III says it 'doesn't make sense' for the businessman he once called 'idol' to destroy the Inquirer's image
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Ankara will continue to play a 'constructive and active' role to help solve what he described as a 'pointless' crisis
Mahathir, 92, has come out of retirement from politics, formed his own party and joined forces with his old foe Anwar Ibrahim in an opposition alliance that aims to unseat Najib at elections due by 2018
(UPDATED) The disclosure raises questions about what the pair talked about, who was present and why the meeting was not previously disclosed
(UPDATED) The exchange of sanctions comes just hours after Washington admitted Tehran was complying with a landmark nuclear deal signed two years ago
(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