Photos of President Rodrigo Duterte show the darkening, and then graying, of his complexion from his first month in office to October 2018
Here is a list of tandems and other aspirants expected to face off in the 2019 elections in the National Capital Region
These first-time Senate hopefuls – lawyers, Duterte appointees, a reporter, civic Muslim leader, former soldier, long-time local chiefs – promise to shake up the midterm polls
Here are some people with familiar family names, trying to get to the House of Representatives without running in district polls
Rappler lists the senatorial aspirants who are facing cases, complaints, or probes, as well as those who have been acquitted or the cases against them dismissed
Even President Rodrigo Duterte admits to having been frustrated by his former spokesman's changing plans on running for senator
Luntiang Pilipinas is an environmental party which aims to raise awareness on the value of trees and the environment among Filipinos
Here are the key provisions under each article of the draft federal charter authored by Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and 21 other lawmakers
Boracay has exceeded its capacity in terms of population, infrastructure, and waste generated
A kilo of rice costs almost P50, and even P66 in Sulu, as of the 4th week of September 2018
Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria, an autoimmune skin disease, affects around 1.8% of the world's population
Here’s how poor or hungry Filipinos have perceived themselves to be through the years
(UPDATED) It seems Leonen wants to practice judicial restraint, a long-standing debate on the Supreme Court that goes as far back to President Diosdado Macapagal
(UPDATED) From October 11 to 12 and October 15 to 17, aspirants for national and local posts formalize their bids for the May 2019 elections
In using historical inflation data, the base year of the data should be taken into account
In 2006, Imee Marcos recalled the secrecy that shrouded the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos' deteriorating health – to douse doubts about his ability to govern
Planning to visit Boracay when it reopens? Here's what you should know.
(UPDATED) Three specialist doctors, including National Scientist Ernesto Domingo, explain terms related to President Rodrigo Duterte's latest admission about the state of his health
From guarding the President to commanding the Philippine Army, retiring Lieutenant General Rolando Bautista continues to hold key positions in the Duterte administration
Saint Padre Pio is known to many as a pious priest and a stigmatist. His incorrupt heart relic is set to visit the Philippines Friday, October 5.
The biggest Filipino lotto winner to date is a balikbayan from Olongapo City who won the whopping P741-million Grand Lotto jackpot in 2010
Sudipen, La Union, Mayor Alexander 'Alan' Buquing is the 12th mayor killed since July 2016
(UPDATED) Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Carpio submits to the Judicial and Bar Council her opposition to Court Administrator Midas Marquez's application for Supreme Court associate justice
The persistent efforts to send Trillanes back to jail ends this September with the anticlimactic order of deferment by Makati RTC Judge Andres Soriano
The Balangiga Massacre of September 28, 1901, is considered as one of the bloodiest events during the Philippine-American war
Many of the candidates are current associate justices at the Court of Appeals and had previously applied for a position at the High Court
A military officer swears under oath that she received, accepted, and processed Trillanes’ amnesty application, but Judge Alameda says it’s a substitute document that has no probative value
The September 2018 arrest is not the first for Senator Antonio Trillanes IV who has been previously arrested in connection with the 2003 Oakwood mutiny and 2007 Manila Peninsula siege
Disaster scientist Mahar Lagmay laments that while technology allowed officials to see the problem, it wasn't used to solve it
The Commission on Audit ensures that hard-earned taxpayers' money is spent properly. Meticulous auditing has led to exposure of corruption in government.
Brides are younger than grooms. When it comes to foreigners, Filipino men tend to marry Australian brides. Check out other marriage trends here.
Almost all of these major disasters in the last two decades happened in the midst of heavy rain that loosened the soil in landslide-prone areas
Because the Supreme Court said the lower court sheriff was not diligent enough in serving the summons personally on Imee, the Honolulu court's ruling on the 'wrongful death' of student Archimedes Trajano was unenforceable here
Former Marcos defense minister Juan Ponce Enrile, the architect and implementor of Martial Law, also wrongly claims that there were no massacres during that time
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque calls it a 'sham proceeding' and 'propaganda by the Left'
Aside from their investigation into Myanmar's military crackdown in Rakhine, Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have extensively covered other human rights issues in the country before
Witnesses showed up in court against Jovito Palparan, while witnesses for Jonas Burgos disappeared during trial. Will they resurface after the conviction of the major general?
During his first year presiding over Branch 15, Tamayo found Armando Padilla guilty of raping his 11-year-old daughter, sentencing him to death. The case was appealed and the sentence was reduced to life imprisonment.
The Metro Manila Council and MMDA enforced new traffic policies regulating provincial buses and driver-only cars in EDSA. Are these working?
(UPDATED) Senator Antonio Trillanes IV came into the spotlight as a military officer going against the Arroyo administration. His battle continues today as President Duterte issues a proclamation revoking his amnesty.
According to PAGASA, Typhoon Ompong may potentially become a super typhoon. Here's how it compares to previous destructive typhoons that hit the country.
Like Lawin, Ompong is set to hit Northern Luzon and might intensify into a super typhoon. Here's how they might be similar.
AFP Chief Carlito Galvez Jr and Senator Antonio Trillanes IV go through similar processes, as former president Ramos also created a committee in 1994 to decide on amnesty applications
President Duterte holds a one-and-a-half-hour tête-à-tête with Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo, and rants against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
The immediate implication is that the ball is now in the court of the Makati Regional Trial Courts
(UPDATED) The verbal scuffle between Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and Robin Padilla reminds us of their history as prisoners
We trace the events and statements surrounding Proclamation No. 572, which has gripped the nation for the past week
(UPDATED) Judge Elmo Alameda has also handled the serious illegal detention case against Janet Napoles and the homicide case against ex-Batangas governor Jose Leviste
Soriano convicted two Magdalo mutineers of coup charges, but his decision was later reversed by the Court of Appeals
Overall, there are an estimated 76,000 overseas Filipino workers residing in Israel and Jordan