Look back at the government's actions and the military's challenges and triumphs to retake Marawi City from terrorists
These are the types of news that PCOO Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson likes to share
Is selling alcohol now prohibited in Barangay Loyola Heights, Quezon City?
The burden of reporting illegal recruitment falls on workers. But with little to no legal recourse, what comes next?
Workers whose jobs abroad are secured through murky loans and payment schemes leave hopes for a better life buried deep in debt
OFWs in Qatar learn new skills so they could have a fall back when they come home
The President was likely referring to the war in Marawi but the mistake causes a small stir among his audience, composed of diplomats and foreign policy experts
At the Senate hearing, the Manila Police release screenshots of Facebook Messenger exchanges between fraternity members planning a cover-up in the death of UST law freshman Horacio 'Atio' Castillo III
The safe house in Basak Malutlut is a silent witness to the first exchange of gunfire that triggered the war in Marawi City
Vidal played key roles in both the 1986 People Power Revolution and EDSA II revolt in 2001
The Malaysian terrorist reportedly facilitated the funding for the Marawi attack and recruited fighters for ISIS
'Natawa ako doon sa statement,' says Vice President Leni Robredo in response to the comment of top cop Ronald dela Rosa that she has presidential ambitions as early as now
'There are a few things in life that are very important. And one of them is justice,' the Chief Justice says.
After two of the top leaders of local terrorists are killed in Marawi City, is the lifting of martial law in Mindanao coming anytime soon?
Transport groups hold the two-day transport strike – the third staged this year – to oppose the government's jeep modernization program
More than just the warm, fuzzy feelings that dogs bring, therapy dogs can help put patients at ease and encourage them to be more open to the treatment process
Despite concerns and controversies, 7 in 10 Filipinos are satisfied with the Duterte administration's drug war led by the Philippine National Police
Don't make the mistake of comparing SWS net ratings (48%) with Pulse Asia's gross ratings (80%). They are apples and oranges.
Entrepreneur Dahlia Agbanlog opens her first restaurant knowing that for Filipinos working abroad, there’s nothing like a cooked meal reminiscent of home
President Rodrigo Duterte's dream of a drug-free Philippines now lies solely on the shoulders of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency. Are they up to the task?
(UPDATED) Andres Bautista's resignation – effective in December 2017 yet – does not stop legislators from voting in favor of his impeachment
Unlike other rejected Cabinet officials, health secretary Paulyn Ubial is a career official who has served two decades in government
Those suffering from depression don’t exhibit the symptoms more obviously compared to those suffering from psychotic disorders like schizophrenia
'Kapag may problema pinag-uusapan sa loob ng pamilya, hindi kinakalat sa chismosong kapit-bahay,' says a former CA justice
Ironically, the event was to mark a 'new era' of ties between the Philippine and Chinese militaries following years of tension over control of the West Philippine Sea
From the legal team of former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, lawyer Larry Gadon is now a part of the Pro-Duterte Constitutional Reformers to Federalism
The Speaker administers the oath of more than 2,000 Negrenses who have joined the administration's PDP-Laban
Here's how OFWs can spot and avoid illegal recruitment activity
'So I hope you keep the neutrality. Like if you're in a board, you can be an independent director. You can be in government but an independent consultant.'
'Baka i-atras ko na kaso ko. Konti na lang bola,' says opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes IV in response to Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson
Former Negros Oriental representative Jacinto 'Jing' Paras has been tagged as a member of the 'Gang of Five' which reportedly received bribes from major cellular networks in 2001
The provision granting the President the power to remove a Deputy Ombudsman was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 2014
For migrant workers, failing to pay off loans can mean jail time and loss of income
The overseas employment contract is a form of offsite protection for OFWs
These stories take a lot of resources to make, but we believe they are important in a democracy – especially in the face of impunity, corruption, and propaganda
Long-time partner of the President, Honeylet Avanceña says the dinner with Melania Trump was 'non-political' but she ends up talking about Marawi and Duterte himself
The Constitution doesn't spell out acceptable grounds for a president's resignation, and in recent history, one president's resignation has also raised legal questions
Commission on Human Rights Chairperson Chito Gascon says the Aquino administration was competent and had achievements yet there was a 'sense that the government was distant from the people'
Omar Maute tells his hostage Lordvin Acopio: 'Gawin mo na lang itong trabahong ito na parang humanitarian [work]. Dahil kapwa mo sila tao. Huwag mo gawin ito dahil captors mo sila.'
Senator Manny Pacquiao says he has already forgiven people putting malice into his comments on women's videos, adding that 'only God can judge them'
'Lahat naman puwedeng makipag-usap sa amin. Wala namang malisya doon,' says Senator Manny Pacquiao
Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri calls Senator Cynthia Villar as 'grandmother Earth' but Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III says the richest senator should be 'godmother Earth'
(UPDATED) Senator Richard Gordon admits he recommend the appointment of his former executive assistant and legal staff member to the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)
The lawyer-spokespersons are all volunteers, according to lawyer Carlo Cruz
None of Larry Gadon’s documents, though authentic, support his allegations, according to Sereno’s chief lawyer Alex Poblador
The Anti-Hazing Law penalizes members of organizations only if an applicant suffers any physical injury or dies
The women’s resource shelter offers skills training so the OFWs will have a fall back when they go back home
For migrant workers in Qatar, Fridays are the one and only day they have to themselves
Company Commander Rommel Sandoval could not bear seeing any of his men wounded. For this, he paid the ultimate sacrifice.