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The Palace says no copies of signed agreements have been released because the office in charge, the Department of Foreign Affairs, has been busy with Chinese President's Xi Jinping's second day of activities
(UPDATED) Instead of a press conference, President Rodrigo Duterte will have a 'tete-a-tete' with Chief Presidential Counsel Salvador Panelo
President Rodrigo Duterte's newest spokesman is a multi-awarded public speaker who just passed the Bar Exams
'Not since the Japanese invasion of World War II has the Philippines been exposed to such a real and physical threat to its territorial integrity and national sovereignty,' says Senator Leila de Lima
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Yet the Palace expresses concern over the reported new missiles and says the issue will be addressed through 'diplomatic means'
Malacañang addresses the 'slant' of the TIME feature that tags President Rodrigo Duterte as among the 'strongmen' leaders of the era
(4TH UPDATE) Of the officials President Rodrigo Duterte has fired over alleged corruption or misconduct, 4 are back in government while two are in jail
President Rodrigo Duterte is yet to pursue any corruption complaint against officials he has fired for alleged abuse of public funds
President Rodrigo Duterte has heard of the controversy and wants to get to the bottom of things, says the Palace
The ban may be lifted if Kuwait signs the memorandum of understanding on minimum conditions for OFW welfare, says the Palace
President Rodrigo Duterte and Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III are set to meet on a possible executive order the night before Labor Day
The memorandum of agreement on OFW welfare between the Philippines and Kuwait will still be signed despite the controversy, says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
The executive order, which Malacañang previously downplayed, may be finalized by May 1, Labor Day, says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
(UPDATED) Giacomo Filibeck, who belongs to a socialist European party, was 'determined as a person we don't want to be in our territory,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
A true blue Atenean, father of 4 boys, and once a part-time law school student who almost topped the bar – here are some things to know about the new justice secretary
(3rd UPDATE) Senior Deputy Executive Secretary Menardo Guevarra will be filling the shoes of Vitaliano Aguirre II at the Department of Justice
Ending contractualization will require amendments to the Labor Code, something beyond the powers of the executive branch, says Senior Deputy Executive Secretary Menardo Guevarra
Drug lords, says the presidential spokesman, 'can easily use their drug money to fund destabilization efforts against the government'
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says the decision of the 'Agent Carter' star to cancel her Manila visit is 'her loss'
The agenda of the 5th Cabinet meeting shows David made a presentation about proposals to develop Sangley Point Airport
The 'imminent threat' posed by a supposed March 20 transport strike is the possibility that students will have to walk to school, says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
Critical officials in Malacañang are caught unawares by the release of Duterte's 15-page and 3-page press statements declaring withdrawal from the ICC
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says two whistleblowers have given him documents to prove corruption by the so-called 'Pangasinan Group'
President Rodrigo Duterte also revives his old claim that Rappler is 'CIA-sponsored'
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte orders the head of Malacañang's Internal House Affairs Office to ensure that Rappler CEO Maria Ressa and reporter Pia Ranada cannot enter the Palace
Iglesia ni Cristo Executive Minister Eduardo Manalo was picked as President Rodrigo Duterte's special envoy because of his 'established network' among overseas Filipinos, says Malacañang
'She is facing charges of criminal nature, plain and simple,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque in response to the call of Human Rights Watch to free Senator Leila de Lima after a year in jail
Malacañang says indigenous peoples can refuse any plan to relocate them from their ancestral domain
(UPDATED) Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque again downplays continued militarization by China of artificial islands in the West Philippine Sea
The Palace also rejects the appeal of a doctors' group to stop the Public Attorney's Office from conducting autopsies on children who died due to various causes after being given Dengvaxia
But President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman also says, 'Lies are part of the free marketplace of ideas'
(2ND UPDATE) President Rodrigo Duterte assigns Political Adviser Francis Tolentino, who was born in Albay, to coordinate efforts for Mayon evacuees
The Palace hopes Philippine police have 'learned from their past experience' as they implement new drug war guidelines
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, a lawyer, says the ruling in the Gonzales vs Office of the President case 'can be overturned'
'Honor their memory by reliving their values of integrity and courage as you perform your duty to serve and protect the nation,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
The Presidential Spokesman claims he was referring to China, not Filipino scientists and researchers, when he said 'no one can do it, because, apparently, it's capital intensive'
President Rodrigo Duterte asks for advice from labor rights activist and former Polish president Lech Walesa during their meeting in Malacañang
Almost two years after allegations of hidden wealth were first made, President Rodrigo Duterte has yet to issue a waiver allowing the release of his bank accounts' transaction history
But the allegations focus not on the contract for the frigates as a whole, but on the selection of a secondary supplier for the Combat Management Systems of the ships
Malacañang says it does not regard the controversial statue as a 'diplomatic issue' and expresses confidence that bilateral ties between the Philippines and Japan will 'become even stronger' despite it
Former SBMA chairman Martin Diño is the latest official to join the Department of the Interior and Local Government
President Duterte's spokesman and his defense chief are not on the same page when it comes to China's promise: Is it a promise just to stop new reclamation in the South China Sea, or also to refrain from militarization of its man-made islands?
(UPDATED) Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque, who lawyered for murdered Gerry Ortega, says he will meet with Solicitor General Jose Calida on a plan to file a motion for reconsideration
President Rodrigo Duterte himself does not sign travel authorities, says the Office of the Executive Secretary, adding that the process is largely 'ministerial'
(UPDATED) Marcial Quirico Amaro III is fired for going on 18 foreign trips in 2017, announces Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
Heads of departments and offices are ordered to submit quarterly lists of all trips they approved
'No one in [President Duterte's] family is authorized by him to have any financial interest in any government office, agency, or department,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
President Rodrigo Duterte's first trip of the year will likely be to India in January to attend the India-ASEAN Commemorative Summit in New Delhi
'He wants to cut short his term rather than lengthen it,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque about the Chief Executive