‘Given that I served for one year, I would have expected candor and frankness from the members who voted against my appointment,’ says the rejected Cabinet official
De Lima, who will be celebrating her 58th birthday on August 27, says her wish is for her 'vindication to come soon'
Malacañang cannot say for sure if the President intends to grant the request of members of the Reform the Armed Forces Movement
CSIS images also show more Chinese ships in the West Philippine Sea, even as Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano justifies the presence of Chinese vessels there
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Pro-Duterte bloggers receive unusual privileges from the Presidential Communications Operations Office to consolidate support for the popular president and silence critics
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'I wanted to tell him about corruption existing in my office. I have submitted the report. But I wanted to relay it to him personally,' Taguiwalo says
President Rodrigo Duterte's plan to block ABS-CBN's franchise is a threat to press freedom, experts tell Rappler
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial says the executive order would be a response to a 2016 national survey which showed around one million Filipinos have tuberculosis
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'He is honest. Nalusutan lang siya kasi lahat sa Customs corrupt,' President Rodrigo Duterte says of Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon
MovePH's Voltaire Tupaz talks to DSWD Sec Judy Taguiwalo on Rappler Talk on Thursday afternoon, August 17
The New York-based organization says President Rodrigo Duterte has placed 'targets' on the backs of human rights advocates
'Have we already adopted the strategy of silence, inaction, and subservience in West Philippine Sea so as not to offend China?' asks opposition lawmaker Gary Alejano
Malacañang makes the promise a day after President Rodrigo Duterte expressed hope that future police operations would yield the same results
'Para makita talaga kung anong klaseng human right,' says President Rodrigo Duterte about his latest threat
The President distributes cash and relief goods to residents of San Miguel, the district surrounding Malacañang Palace
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte also says he wants to 'investigate' human rights groups for 'conspiracy'
'There are reasons for the presence of certain vessels, but the situation in the area is very stable,' Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano says
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'Sunvar understands that the government has taken an opposite view. Sunvar continues to have faith in the law and legal process,' the company says
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President Rodrigo Duterte has twice wooed former defense chief Gilbert 'Gibo' Teodoro Jr to be part of his Cabinet
Duterte started with subtle hits but has since ramped up tirades against the Philippine Daily Inquirer before the Prieto family sold its majority stake to businessman Ramon Ang, close friend of the President
The 43-year-old businessman from Davao – also a staunch supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte – is one of the most aggressive dealmakers in the country, acquiring companies left and right
'Hearsay, sabi-sabi, Papaano naman yun? That's unfair,' says administration ally and Senate blue ribbon committee chair Richard Gordon
Malacañang says the President is 'aware' of Republic Act 6975 which bars AFP chief Eduardo Año from becoming DILG Secretary within a year of his retirement from the military
Climate change is too big an issue for us to allow one country to hold the global community hostage and paralyzed in inaction. Fortunately, the world at the G20 summit didn’t have to be told.
(UPDATED) Kenneth Dong, the alleged middleman in the P6.4-billion smuggled shabu from China, says he met the presidential son in 2008 but they are 'not close'
'The Chinese may have a sinister plan to occupy sandbars just west of Pag-asa that belong to us,' says Magdalo Representative Gary Alejano
Armed Forces chief Gen. Eduardo Año asks Congress for P124 million the Philippines has to cough up for the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement
The DILG finds a way to keep Negrosanons inside the now-divided island
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Nagugulumihanan tayo na malamig ang ulo niya sa hepe ng ahensiyang naisahan ng drug smugglers
Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto says the proposed hiring of more than 3,000 employees could be crucial in boosting the Bureau of Customs' performance
Arroyo files a bill as the House of Representatives awaits formal submission of the revised Bangsamoro Basic Law drafted by a body created by Malacañang
While all crimes drop by 9.8%, killings rise by 22.75% during President Rodrigo Duterte's first year in office
Senator Francis Pangilinan pushes for a 'massive information campaign' after the Philippine government confirmed a bird flu outbreak in Pampanga
The New York-based human rights organization says that media freedom will remain under threat if those responsible for killings of journalists are not held accountable
Deviancy in fact characterizes the policies and workings of the Duterte government
Patricia Bautista sought an audience with President Rodrigo Duterte because her husband's actions supposedly involved matters of national security, says her lawyer, Martin Loon
The labor department banks on the millions of jobs that ‘Dutertenomics’ will generate, and on the improved reintegration program for returning OFWs
The President says he'll step down if anyone can show him an affidavit proving his son, Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte, is involved in smuggling
The 3 agencies could get budget cuts in 2018 because of their 'spending pattern' – billions of pesos in unused and unobligated funds – from previous years
The areas are recovering from the damage caused by the earthquake last July 6
The task force, headed by Cabinet Secretary Leoncio Evasco Jr, is designed to improve coordination between government agencies implementing Yolanda projects
This comes after presidential son and Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte was implicated in a House probe into the P6.4-billion shabu shipment from China