The senator's proposed resolution comes following a PCIJ report that found significant details were blacked out in SALNS of Duterte Cabinet officials released to media
The petition, started by Kremlin Pandaan, now has over 36,000 signatures as of Monday, September 25
'So ngayon binabago nya ang kwento nya na teenager pa lang sya milyononaryo na sya. So ang tanong ay final version na ba yan ng istorya nya?'
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency says in a budget hearing that it needs more funds to boost anti-narcotics efforts
PNP Chief Ronald dela Rosa will be in China from September 26 to 29 for talks on transnational crimes with top police officials from other countries
Opinion polls do not reflect the processes of change that come from the everyday exchanges and discussions that are happening in a nation which is in political ferment
The Commission on Human Rights calls on the Duterte administration to show it is 'serious in making progress for human rights'
At least 78% of Filipinos favorably view United States in 2017 – a 14-point decline from 2015's 92% – compared to China's 55%
(UPDATED) Manila Times columnist Yen Makabenta's opinion piece used a quote from a fake news website, and it goes viral among pro-government supporters. The US embassy, however, denies Ambassador Nikki Haley made the remarks before the UN.
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'We refuse to just watch and do nothing as the Philippines becomes a narco-state and as we lose a whole generation to narcotics,' says Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano in a speech in New York
'Ang bayang akala nila'y nahihimbing ay nagising na,' says De La Salle Philippines President Armin Luistro on the 45th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law
Narcoterrorism has become a security problem that, if not quickly abated, can undermine world peace and stability
Despite her detention, Senator Leila de Lima participates in the biggest opposition gatherings so far under President Rodrigo Duterte
President Rodrigo Duterte says this could explain how the ISIS-inspired Maute Group sustains its operations in Marawi City
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Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says that 'those working in the government, such as members of the Cabinet, still have the right to privacy'
In recent speeches, President Rodrigo Duterte displays a preoccupation with mortality and quitting the presidency. But to what end?
The national democrats know a break with President Duterte's administration will be inevitable. For now, it will milk the relationship for all its strategic and tactical worth.
'You are not a leftist or a socialist if you do not go against government by force of arms. That's what I don't like about them,' says the President
According to the petitioners – all human rights lawyers – current efforts to investigate a few of the thousands of deaths have not provided justice to the families
'It is not Islam. I should know. I would be the last person to condemn the Moro people,' Duterte says at a gathering with reporters on Friday evening, September 22
PCIJ reports that significant details were blacked out in the copies of the December 2016 SALNs of Duterte Cabinet officials
'Kailangan nating iparating sa pamamagitan ng pagdalo at pakikisama rito para marinig, at sana marinig nga, na maitama ang dapat na maitama dahil binigay natin sa kanya ang boto ng bayan,' says Colegio de San Juan de Letran rector Fr Clarence Marquez
From Catholics to Aglipayans to Born Again Christians, church members say the killings in the war on drugs contradict the commandments of God
But the Palace maintains that a majority of Filipinos support President Duterte's drug war
Young people show up at protest rallies across the country on September 21 to stand up and fight for human rights and freedoms for their generation
'It was a whisper from god I was listening to. So they were all tapped,' says President Rodrigo Duterte in Marawi City
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Mighty Corporation offered back in July to pay as much as P25 billion to cover its tax deficiencies
Anti-martial law groups launch protests on Thursday comparing President Rodrigo Duterte to Marcos, who is also notorious for human rights violations under his regime
The effigy depicts the 'different faces' of President Rodrigo Duterte whom the militant protesters now describe as an authoritarian leader in the mold of Marcos
Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno raises the challenges confronting human rights today, as a monument of the late Jose 'Ka Pepe' Diokno is unveiled on the 45th anniversary of Martial Law
Agot Isidro, Pen Medina, Saab Magalona, and more perform and participate in the protests to remember the declaration of Martial Law
Commission on Human Rights Chairman Chito Gascon shrugs off the insults against him, saying these are 'par for the course' in government
Former congressman Teddy Casiño says it's 'a big joke' that President Duterte declares September 21 a day of protest: 'He is the subject of the protest'
Conquer evil with good, Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David says as Filipinos denounce abuses during the Martial Law era and the killings under President Rodrigo Duterte
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(UPDATED) 'It will lifted anytime after things are all ready. There’s a clean up,' says Duterte on Thursday afternoon, September 21
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte says Salalima offered to leave his post due to 'conflict of interest'
Former president Benigno Aquino III: 'Dapat bago tignan nila 'yung kulay, dapat tignan nila kung may saysay ba 'yung sinasabi. Meron bang dahilan para umalma sa mga patayan na nangyayari?'
(UPDATED) Though not covered by the President's order to public schools not to hold classes, FEU declares it is holding classes. 'To safeguard our rights and freedoms, today we have to take a stand', FEU President Michael Alba says.
'This is really a massacre that has taken place... He has to listen because if he doesn't listen, the people are going to throw him out eventually,' says former congressman Walden Bello
'Malinaw po: Hindi lang mamamatay tao ang pangulong ito, kundi ubod po nang sinungaling. A big, pathological liar!' says detained Senator Leila de Lima
The Commission on Elections is considering two options – either to reuse the ballots dated October 23, 2017 for the May 2018 elections or to use stickers to cover the old dates
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