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Highlighting the enormous progress made since the height of the AIDS epidemic in the mid-1990s, the report shows the number of people dying from the disease fell from 800,000 in 2017 to 770,000 last year.
If Duterte's SONA could be directed like a mainstream blockbuster, what would it look like? This satire piece goes full-budget – with a lot of twists and turns.
'I never considered for a second cutting any ties over this small matter,' says Philippine Foreign Secretary Teodoro 'Teddyboy' Locsin Jr
(UPDATED) 'There are only about 2,000 Filipinos there and as far as we know, there are no trade relations between these two countries except maybe fish,' says Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo
JR Smith is set to become a free agent after nearly 5 seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers
Ben Simmons is set to fortify the Sixers core of Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris and Al Horford
Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia previously told reporters that the project would be funded by China, but there is no deal yet
Getting to a world where no one is suffering from hunger by then remains an 'immense challenge,' the report says
Jimmy Alapag gains knowledge from esteemed NBA tacticians and reconnects with his former mentors in his Summer League stint with the Sacramento Kings
But Senator Panfilo Lacson says the Philippines, being a developing country, still needs 'help from the community of nations'
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro dismisses the report as being 'fraught with false statements.' Will the same happen to the Philippines?
The Philippine government will only respond to requests for documents if Malacañang 'feels that the question is legitimate'
Rappler conducts an analysis of 323 audit reports of government agencies to find irregularities and flagged spendings. Part 2 tackles excesses in spending, travels and ghosts of the pork scam.
Rappler conducts an analysis of 323 audit reports of government agencies to find irregularities and flagged spendings. Part 1 is all about the fake and the doubtful.
'Para payagan nating mag-imbestiga sila rito, parang sampal naman sa atin ito,' says Senator Panfilo Lacson
Asian Games gold medalist Margielyn Didal continues to dominate the women's free skate field
Even minus Sixers star Ben Simmons, Australia boasts of a solid roster laced with several NBA players
Jimmy Alapag hopes his stint as Sacramento Kings deputy can open more opportunities for Filipino coaches in the NBA
As Anthony Davis forms a potent strikeforce with LeBron James, the Lakers think they can immediately contend for the NBA championship
A simple explainer on how the Philippines won its maritime case through a keen understanding of international maritime law
Music is not an insertion in our lives but a fundamental wiring that, once awakened, will help shape the humans that we are
Former president Benigno Aquino III also skipped the first 3 SONAs of his successor Rodrigo Duterte
Marcos, in turn, lashes out at developed countries where abortion is allowed
The new Lakers star decides to revert to his elementary jersey number
[OPINION] Iceland 1, China 0: The diplomatic significance of the U.N. Human Rights Council vote on the Philippines
The UNHRC vote was the first great test of Duterte’s diplomatic investment in China, and it proved disastrous: China simply could not deliver the votes
The jersey number change for new Lakers teammates Lebron James and Anthony Davis may be a no-go
'It's been a dream and a whirlwind,' Russell Westbrook writes as he leaves the Oklahoma City Thunder after 11 seasons
A possible Chris Paul-Jimmy Butler pairing may just turn the Miami Heat into an Eastern Conference contender
Human rights groups say the response of the Philippine government is a 'poor display of diplomacy'
(UPDATED) President Donald Trump declares a state of emergency in response to a request from the Louisiana governor
These are governments widely criticized for human rights violations, crackdown on dissent, and the stifling of democracy. Some are headed by leaders who bear similarities with President Rodrigo Duterte.
The Philippines has to be smart about improving its security beyond defense budgets and military acquisitions and allocations
(UPDATED) The blockbuster deal reunites former MVPs Russell Westbrook and James Harden
A United Nations-led investigation can help end the mass murder and climate of impunity in the Philippines
The Palace calls the resolution 'grotesquely one-sided' and says President Rodrigo Duterte will decide whether to 'permit' the United Nations to probe drug war killings
The Commission on Human Rights urges the Philippine government to revisit its stand on independent probes into drug war killings
The Philippines' rice stocks as of June 1 are deemed sufficient for 81 days
Human rights groups urge the Philippine government to coordinate with the United Nations as rights chief Michelle Bachelet is expected to write a comprehensive report on the country's situation
(UPDATED) Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr warns 18 countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom: 'There will be consequences, far-reaching ones'
A police report says his two-year-old son was among the pornographic images found in the evidence gathered by police
The resolution asks United Nations rights chief Michelle Bachelet to write a comprehensive report on the drug war killings and urges the Philippine government to refrain from 'all acts of intimidation or retaliation'
House Sergeant at Arms Romeo Prestoza says they have yet to detect any 'substantial' security threats for SONA 2019
The Alaska Aces coach makes the most out of his week-long break in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup
The Central Luzon police chief tells human rights group that 4 cops have been killed and 12 seriously injured by suspected drug personalities
Former Celtics star Al Horford beefs up an already formidable Sixers roster bannered by Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, and Tobias Harris
'There’s no other time,' say Philippine human rights groups attending the 41st Session of the UN Human Rights Council
Both natives of Los Angeles, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George head home to turn the Clippers into a championship contender
'Remember, that deal was to expire in a short number of years. Sanctions will soon be increased, substantially!' says President Donald Trump
This is the first officially confirmed case of a suicide bombing in the Philippines perpetrated by a Filipino, and marks an escalation in terror tactics by local extremists
Senator Risa Hontiveros hopes Senator Ronald dela Rosa, who is expected to chair the committee on public order and dangerous drugs, will be 'fair and judicious' if her resolution is referred to the panel