Rappler's latest stories on Duterte Q&A September 2018
Netizens express their frustration over the téte-a-téte
Vice President Leni Robredo says she was expecting President Rodrigo Duterte to finally explain the government's plans to address soaring inflation and the rice crisis
The President makes the claim in an interview with Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo
Rappler summarizes what President Rodrigo Duterte spoke about in his long interview with Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo
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 President mentions Senator Antonio Trillanes IV by name even in relation to topics like regional distribution of wealth and programs for the handicapped
President Aquino granted the amnesty through Proclamation Number 75. The defense department was only assigned to process applications.
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV warns President Rodrigo Duterte not to drag his ailing mother into their fight: 'Kung may problema siya sa akin, stick with me dahil kaya ko ito eh'
(UPDATED) President Duterte shows a rare outburst at the military
(UPDATED) 'There are certainly a number of reasons why investors are leaving...but the labor movement's advocacy for workers' rights is not one of them,' says labor group Sentro
(UPDATED) 'Kaligaya ko na lang mamatay sa kamay ninyo. At least hindi mamatay sa sakit,' President Duterte says in response to an alleged assassination plot against him
If there will be further delays, President Duterte warns he'll invite interested parties to submit their position papers to him, and he will make his choice in 'about 30 minutes'
Barter trade is one of the most ancient economic activities, where goods are exchanged without the use of cash
The embattled NFA administrator asked to be relieved because he is 'tired,' says President Rodrigo Duterte