Rappler's latest stories on Aquino
At least half of the claimed results of the approach to China are either misleading or outright false
Former president Benigno Aquino III also skipped the first 3 SONAs of his successor Rodrigo Duterte
The Cory Aquino administration decided not to open the $2.3-billion project due to safety and corruption concerns. A court ruling in 2012 also ordered the project broker to return $50 million in ill-gotten wealth.
Customs finds the firearms cache abandoned inside the DHL warehouse
The World Bank approved a loan for Yolanda victims in 2013 but the Aquino administration did not hide this information
Can homicide charges be filed instead against the ex-president? The Ombudsman says he will 'entertain' a new complaint – if and when it is filed
Justices Estela Perlas Bernabe, Francis Jardeleza, and Benjamin Caguioa seem inclined to dismiss the petition that accuses the Duterte government of neglect in the West Philippine Sea
The Ombudsman says the withdrawal is ‘without prejudice to the filing of appropriate charges.’ Solicitor General Jose Calida wants to charge the former president with homicide instead of graft.
Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority show that the number of overseas Filipino workers rose even before 1986
While the figures used are based on a published article, the infographic itself does not come from Rappler
During a Cabinet meeting, President Duterte also hints at a revamp at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, says Malacañang
The Senate honors the 6 outgoing senators: Bam Aquino, JV Ejercito, Francis Escudero, Gringo Honasan, Loren Legarda, and Antonio Trillanes IV
Reelected Senator Grace Poe pays tribute to graduating colleagues who, she believes, will in time ‘reclaim their place again in this chamber’
Communist rebels claimed responsibility for bombing the statue in 2002
Peter Joemel Advincula now alleges that the Bikoy videos and his statements against the Duterte administration were all 'scripted'
Senator Paolo Benigno 'Bam' Aquino IV honors the voters and campaign volunteers 'who took a risk' by supporting an opposition candidate like him
Senator Bam Aquino fails to secure a second term. What is next for him and the opposition?
'Tapos na 'kong manahimik sa pagbayad para sa mga kasalanan at pagkukulang nung mga ibang LP nung nabigyan sila ng pagkakataon ng mga botante,' says Kris as she defends her decision to vote for only 4 Otso Diretso candidates
(3rd UPDATE) When Bam Aquino hinged his campaign on the failures of the TRAIN law, he failed to take into account that President Duterte's popularity had recovered from that, says political scientist Gene Pilapil
(UPDATED) Out of the 7 reelectionist senators, two lose in the 2019 midterm polls
Senators JV Ejercito and Bam Aquino are the only reelectionist senators who sit outside the 2019 winning circle based on the partial, official tally
'Hindi mauubos ang pagmamahal ko sa ating mga kababayan maganda man o hindi ang resulta ng eleksyon,' says reelectionist Senator Bam Aquino
The defeated opposition senatorial bets are hoping that their colleagues Bam Aquino and Mar Roxas can still make it to the Magic 12
Reelectionist Calbayog City Mayor Ronaldo Aquino condemns the attacks against his political leaders and supporters
Saab Magalona, Chito Miranda, Angel Locsin, and Vice Ganda share their senatorial bets
Senate leaders and other incumbent senators also lend a helping hand, in an attempt to preserve the 'camaraderie' and 'status quo' in the chamber
Heavy rain pours during the opposition senatorial ticket's thanksgiving concert at the UP Sunken Garden. But the crowd stays to listen to their speeches.
'We should be a country of second chances,' Aquino tell the residents Operation Second Chance Center
Customs officials discover a 20-inch reticulated python concealed in a bluetooth speaker
Who spreads black propaganda? Not Go, not Aquino, says Senate President Vicente Sotto III, who has endorsed the two senatorial candidates
'I hope you'll like them,' Kris Aquino says during a mini-rally
'Ako po'y 27 taon nang senador. I have been with the best and the brightest,' says Senate President Vicente Sotto III, as he makes a pitch for the 7 senators seeking reelection
Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto says of Senator Bam Aquino and human rights lawyer Chel Diokno, 'I want to work with both of them in the Senate'
'Binibilisan ko, pinag-aaralan ko, para ang prangkisa na maghahatid ng mas maganda, mas mabilis, at mas affordable na transportation sa lahat, at pagkakakitaan ninyong lahat sa ligtas na paraan, ay maipasa na,' says Senator Poe
In 1967, Ninoy Aquino was the only opposition to win a seat in the Senate. The latest Pulse Asia survey has only his nephew, Bam Aquino, joining the winning circle.
A quick examination of the PCIJ website shows that a number of articles critical of former presidents Benigno Aquino III and Fidel Ramos were published
Otso Diretso bets Chel Diokno and Erin Tañada throw full support behind Senate Bill 1826, but the fine print of the proposed law needs to be examined
The criminal complaints of graft against Aquino and Nicanor Faeldon move on to preliminary investigation at the Office of the Ombudsman
Cebu Pacific cancels more flights, saying that its operations 'have been severely limited by a number of factors'
These women have put Filipino folk and modern dance on the map
The Falcis brothers had claimed Kris threatened the life of Nicko
The value of gold allegedly stolen and shipped is more than the value of the total gold reserves in the country
There is no official confirmation from China that the Aquino administration sold Scarborough Shoal (Panatag Shoal)
The Department of Transportation receives a copy of the NAIA Consortium's updated proposal on Tuesday night, April 23
The actress-host’s reaction to the April 22 earthquake in Luzon goes viral
Actress Kris Aquino posts a video and photo montage set to the song 'Starting Over Again'
Arthur Aquino Alviar, the barangay secretary of Lapting, is shot 5 times as he was leaving his house to go to the plaza on Saturday evening, April 13
The original Inquirer article, which cites the Freedom from Debt Coalition, refers to the total national debt, not the debt incurred solely by the Aquino administration
(UPDATED) Caloocan congressman Edgar Erice, who manages Mar Roxas' senatorial bid, says he and his candidate are 'true blue Liberals who 'stand with the party'