President Duterte's two top security officials agree with the chief executive's sentiments on the Commission on Human Rights
President Duterte says he has the final say on whether or not to allow cops and soldiers to be probed by the Commission on Human Rights or the Ombudsman
(UPDATED) The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is investigating Sun Zhengcai, who until last week was party chief in the major city of Chongqing, for a 'serious discipline violation'
The police accuse the Taliban of the kidnappings, but it is not clear why the villagers were targeted
'We trust that the [Filipino] people understand that they are really getting the better side of this deal,' says Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella
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'I certainly believe, very strongly, that a man with the human rights record of President Duterte should not be invited to the White House,' a US lawmaker says
'It is paramount that human rights violations are not an unintended consequence of the war on drugs,' US Congressman Randy Hultgren says
The hearing is scheduled Thursday 10 pm (Manila time). Watch it live on Rappler.
This is lower compared to the P14.63 maximum offer price earlier set by the company
The Department of Social Welfare and Development leads 4 other agencies in the provision of services for torture victims
The share sale is part of the company’s move to reduce brokers' ownership in the stock exchange to 20% as prescribed under the Securities Regulation Code
'Insinuations and hasty judgments have no place in due process,' says Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella as the US Congress holds an inquiry into Duterte's bloody drug war
The Commission on Human Rights says statements inciting violence against women are a cause for concern given that they come from the most powerful person in the Philippines
Priced at P14.63 each, Chelsea Logistics expects to earn P7.59 billion from the initial public offering to fund its fleet expansion, and acquisition of logistics and shipping firms, among others
The complaints alleges that P15 million used for travels abroad and locally were from a fund meant for monitoring the electricity market
President Rodrigo Duterte commits to push for the legislation that will complete the peace agreement with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front
National Anti-Poverty Commission Secretary Liza Maza talks to MovePH's Voltaire Tupaz on Monday, July 17. Watch the interview here.
With over a billion pesos involved in these cases, COA says full commitment is 'extremely necessary' to ensure proper representation in courts
Agencies under the Human Development and Poverty Reduction Cluster of the Cabinet will conduct 4 information and assistance forum that will focus on key areas of human development
The agenda is expected to include martial law in Mindanao and the newly drafted Bangsamoro Basic Law
'We now have a roadmap wherein the TRO will be lifted, we hope within the year,' says Commission on Population Executive Director Juan Antonio Perez III
The PCOO explains that the delay in liquidation is due to the frequent and consecutive trips of President Rodrigo Duterte in his first 6 months in office
'The only explanation for this fiasco is that the new external auditor might have found an opportunity to get back at us,' says Sulficio Tagud Jr
But KPMG RG Manabat says that its audit was based on the 'judgment and estimates' made by 2GO management during that period
The amount includes P138 million in unliquidated fund transfers for former president Benigno Aquino III's foreign travels from 2011 to 2015
NYC Commissioner Perci Cendaña says the broadcaster should apologize for describing the transitioning of the singer as 'climate change'
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President Rodrigo Duterte's rewards for meritorious police lead to a 6,200% jump in OP expenses for 'awards/rewards and prizes' in 2016
The Office of the President's discretionary funds include a P1.4-billion donation of the Lopez-owned Benpres Corporation to the government dating back to 1990, which remains untouched
Commissioner Prospero de Vera III also asks the UP leadership to clarify its position on the tuition-free policy
'These funds should have been utilized for other valid and urgent claims from the national government,' COA says
The completed BBL draft created by the Bangsamoro Transition Commission will be submitted to President Rodrigo Duterte on July 17
An investigation is underway into the restated financial statements of 2GO, with the Securities and Exchange Commission looking into possible misrepresentation
COA says the deficiencies deprived the public of the benefits of public health programs
'They are not clear yet as to how much subsidy there will be: partial or complete, and who will be eligible. Until they clarify, we will not collect any amount from students,' says UP Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan
The Securities and Exchange Commission approves Chelsea Logistics Corporation's planned P8-billion initial public offering
Busan says it was able to reduce the number of system glitches to 2,701 in 2016, from 2,776 in 2015
(UPDATED) This follows one of the recommendations of a 2012 study commissioned by the Commission on Human Rights and the United Nations Development Programme
Philippine National Police Chief Ronald dela Rosa says the Napolcom resolution is meant to give the martial law administrator a 'free hand' in deploying police units in Mindanao
On World Population Day, experts call on lawmakers to work towards the enactment of bills tackling the issue of teenage pregnancy in the Philippines
State auditors point to 'weaknesses' in the House of Representatives' monitoring of its employees' status and payroll
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Kahit mag-UNLI session ang mga senador at kanilang staff sa kubeta ay walang dapat ipangamba dahil may 20,856 rolyo ng toilet paper ang mga kagalang-galang
State-run PSALM requests regulatory approval to pass on to consumers the National Power Corporation's P3.7-billion debt
The Commission on Audit says the local government managed to make the most out of its meager funds by implementing projects that made a big impact
Dead mayors, former officials, and even losing 2016 bets are among the erroneous entries in two Napolcom resolutions
(UPDATED) Ed Lejano, the executive director of the Quezon City Film Development Commission, is the fourth member to leave the Metro Manila Film Festival 2017 Executive Committee
Panelists of the first-ever Agos Summit on Disaster Preparedness talk about what makes certain sectors of Philippine society highly vulnerable to climate change
'If the media you're already consuming starts to address these issues, you're going to start to perk up and pay attention because role models in TV can also be role models in real life,' says Bambike founder Bryan McClelland