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It seems unfortunate that I had forgiven her only when she had departed from the physical world
Gender equality groups clap back with facts
'I fully support whatever decision they make, but it does worry me from a parent point of view, how many barriers, hateful words, persecution, all that, and discrimination that might come,' says Prince William
Senator-elect Imee Marcos and son Ilocos Norte governor-elect Matthew Manotoc take their oath of office with other newly elected officials before President Duterte in Malacañang
Maria Luisa Estrella Jaidi and Ramon Singson Estrella face a maximum sentence of 10 years for visa fraud
In her opening address to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Michelle Bachelet insists that countries must take responsibility for their nationals caught up in Syria's drawn-out war
UN special rapporteur Agnes Callamard's report insists there is 'credible evidence' to warrant further investigation and financial sanctions against Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman over Khashoggi's murder last October
'Sunshine Family' is a film that desperately needs breathing space
The icing on the cake for the Marcos family is Michael Marcos Keon's hairline victory over Chevylle Fariñas in the race for Laoag City mayor
'The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pleased to announce they have named their first born child: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor,' the couple announce on their Instagram account
(UPDATED) AboitizPower COO Emmanuel Rubio will be the company's president and CEO effective January 1, 2020
Many men would court me, but then stop after about 6 to 10 months.... I found out it was because my mom would approach the boy's parents.
'The PCIJ report was built on the Dutertes' own declarations in their SALNs and data from official government records,' says PCIJ executive director Malou Mangahas
'It was traumatic and tragic. I mean, would you want to be the reason of your love ones to die?'
It's none of your business, President Rodrigo Duterte tells the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
'Most of the time, I wish I had my parents’ support back then when these things were happening to me. It would have made all the difference in the world.'
16 relatives of Duterte have worked or remain in government posts, according to a PCIJ investigation
PCIJ: In Sara Duterte's case, some unusual situations are apparent, in terms of sudden and sharp rise in her net worth
How and why their fortunes are rising remain a mystery; the numbers do not seem to add up, reports PCIJ
President Duterte and his children Sara and Paolo separately and together offer token or opaque data that, under the law, they are required to reveal in their SALNs
Diane asks: 'Would it be worth it to give ourselves another chance at building our family?'
Meghan Markle's party is hosted by Serena Williams at Manhattan's Mark Hotel and is attended by guests like Amal Clooney
(UPDATED) 'It is disrespectful, totally disregarding and dismissing the suffering of the families of all the missing,” the Free Jonas Burgos Movement says
There are no records that show proof of a pre-colonial Filipino royal family that ruled over a kingdom called Maharlika, which was made up of the Philippines, Brunei, South Borneo, Hawaii, the Spratly Islands, and Sabah
Samsung, best known for its phones and TVs, launches a free dating app called Refrigerdating to promote its Family Hub fridges
(UPDATED) At least 46 party-list groups participating in the 2019 polls have at least one nominee linked to a political clan or a powerful figure in the country
Who's going to miss hanging out with their favorite TV fam?
The Aquinos, the Catholic Church, and critics of Marcos and Martial Law, are the top targets of disinformation in the 133 claims that Rappler fact-checked in 2018
'I still feel hopeless and angry that I can’t be the queen of my own castle because my husband is afraid'
Every time there was barbecue grilling in front of our house, I knew that my father would live on in my memories and that I would always be home for Christmas
'Even though I feel insecure about how helpful I will be when I think about the days ahead... I want to devote myself to the happiness of the people so I will make an effort to that end,' Crown Princess Masako says
The Marcoses’ ill-gotten wealth has been proven in courts and the wealth recovered is accounted for by the PCGG
On record, Cagayan de Oro has 51,471 families of informal settlers
Families of victims of enforced disappearances light candles and offer flowers as they continue searching for their missing loved ones
Acting DICT Secretary Eliseo Rio Jr says Streamtech Systems Technologies has to look for a foreign partner with at least 10 years of experience in a nationwide telco business
President Rodrigo Duterte claims his daughter Sara forced her younger brother, Sebastian, to run as her vice mayor in Davao City
OFWs, bridge the gap by doing these little things for your family back home
Tributes flow for Marianne Haboc, who was fatally hit by a car while she was on her way home from school
Which affordable coffee find do you have a latte love for?
'I want to normalize it,' says Jacinda Ardern, the first woman leader in the history of the United Nations to take her newborn into the UN General Assembly hall
Martial Law was here in one blow decades ago, and is here now – in increments we continue refusing to see
What is the relationship between justice and forgiveness? Justice arrests abuse. Forgiveness tempers vengefulness.
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'
Is UP more accommodating of the Marcoses than it is commonly believed to be?
(UPDATED) 'Ito na ang silver lining: Nakita ng mga kababayan natin 'yung tunay na mukha ni Duterte,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
'The family is in high spirits as well. We’ve been through worse,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV when asked how his wife and two children are dealing with the situation
The complaints of former vice mayor Paolo Duterte and brother-in-law Manases Carpio stem from the opposition senator's claim that they extorted money from firms regulated by the LTFRB
On International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, families say the Philippine government has failed 'to prevent abominable wrongdoing' for many years