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In a Facebook post, the Diocese of Borongan says President Rodrigo Duterte 'only wants [Archbishop Romulo] Valles to be in the area'
'The credit goes to the American people and to the Filipino people. Period,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
Here are the former military and police generals appointed by President Duterte to key posts in government
“Nobody but nobody should ever claim success for that," President Rodrigo Duterte says
The Interior Secretary, by the power of the President, can name 'qualified' persons to fill in the posts vacated by council members who are 'temporarily incapacitated'
The image of the supposed statue used in the claim is actually that of former president Ferdinand Marcos in Ilocos Norte
(UPDATED) The President 'will not allow' Congress, says the Palace, to treat Cabinet members with disrespect, as they supposedly did with Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno
They say the House resolution calling for Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno to be fired violates the doctrine of separation of powers in government
'Time of the what, Time of the magazine, Time – ‘Woman of the Century’ and all, inyo na ‘yan,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
'The return of the bells [was] upon the demand of the Filipino people,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
Albay 1st District Representative Edcel Lagman says Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno could not have 'inserted' funds without President Rodrigo Duterte's consent
With 2018 ending, Duterte's Cabinet is now one-third former military and police men. He has turned to ex-generals to 'fix' Boracay and soldiers to overhaul the Bureau of Customs.
Watch live on Rappler as the Senate and the House of Representatives convene in a joint session to decide on President Duterte's request to extend martial law
The threat of violence is meant to intimidate the leaders of the Church, to instill fear in their hearts so that they will remain silent and will not be a threat to his authoritarian rule
It’s beginning to look a lot like this administration is incapable of solving a problem, not because the AFP lacks the ability or the will to, but because the political leaders lack the political will or incentive to solve it
Majority Leader Rolando Andaya says C.T. Leoncio Construction and Trading – whose owner the House will subpoena – allegedly has links with incumbent Cabinet members of President Rodrigo Duterte
'The first time I saw that posting, I said it's fake news. I still maintain that it's fake news,' says Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana
Senator Nancy Binay says she wants to know the government agency that shared the list with the presidential son, as the document 'reflects the sorry state of state intelligence'
The task force, chaired by President Rodrigo Duterte himself, seeks to improve the quality of life in areas experiencing clashes with communist rebels
As an artist and a human being, my resistance in this struggle is to share what I’ve witnessed and to demand accountability from the government
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Chito dela Vega
In Defense of Human Rights and Dignity (iDEFEND) urges the public to remain steadfast in demanding the government to adhere to the rule of law and human rights
Yusop Jimlani had served as deputy commander of Task Force Davao before his retirement
President Rodrigo Duterte also tells government personnel not to side with any candidate or party but, in the same speech, talks of the senatorial candidacy of his longtime assistant Bong Go
Congress is set to hold a joint session on Wednesday, December 12, to vote on the President's request
President Rodrigo Duterte was initially scheduled to attend the afternoon event on Tuesday, December 11, at the Villamor Air Base
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV posts bail of P96,000 – or P24,000 for each of the 4 counts of libel separately filed by Paolo Duterte and Manases Carpio
Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea says President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug campaign is one way the government is upholding human rights
(UPDATED) Vice President Leni Robredo finds herself in the company of several firms, a dead bishop, 'mutant' groups, and even the Philippines' top fast-food chain, among others, all supposedly bound by the same objective
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo calls Senator Antonio Trillanes IV a 'perennial whiner' for saying that plunderers are being set free while critics are being jailed
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says the case against Rappler 'has absolutely nothing to do with the freedom of expression'
President Rodrigo Duterte calls on Filipinos to emulate Mary's qualities and 'remain guided by her faithfulness'
Father Allan Khen Apus of Movement Against Tyranny says there has been 'a marked increased of of human rights violations' in Mindanao since martial law started there
Every time he attacks priests for their hypocrisy, President Duterte echoes the sentiments of many
No, these are not photos of Chinese-funded road built under President Rodrigo Duterte's flagship infrastructure program
Former president Benigno Aquino III relied heavily on the United States, while President Duterte swung hard toward China. Is there a middle ground?
'Ang mga mandarambong ay pinalaya na. Ang mga kritiko naman ay gagawan ng kaso para pilit na maikulong,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV who is ordered arrested on the same day former senator Bong Revilla is acquitted of plunder
If lawmakers approve of this, Mindanao will be under martial law until December 31, 2019
No, this is not a photo of a sign targeting a rival of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Margie de Leon
President Duterte cracks a joke about his supposed recent hospital visit, saying the syringe extracted wind, not blood, from his veins
Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte was just 'upset' because the 'good things that he does for this country are not even appreciated' by the Catholic Church
More than a year away from retirement, Philippine Air Force chief Galileo Kintanar Jr will be replaced by Western Command chief Rozzano Briguez
Rappler is doing its job – and that’s why it has become a favorite target of the Duterte government
'Itong mga obispo ninyo, patayin ninyo, walang silbi 'yang mga gagong 'yan,' President Duterte says a week after he made allegations against Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David
The Department of National Defense, military, and police are united in recommending a one-year extension of martial law in Mindanao
House Majority Leader Rolando Andaya says the input of lawmakers from Mindanao 'will carry much weight during the deliberations' on another martial law extension in the region