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Does the President exempt Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente, a former Davao police chief, from accountability for the bribery scheme that let illegal Chinese workers slip into the country?
This rating is not in the latest surveys that measure Filipinos' trust in President Rodrigo Duterte
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon says the Philippines is party to many important treaties whose fate 'cannot be left to one man no matter how brilliant'
President Rodrigo Duterte found 'probable cause' to investigate allegations that immigration officers have taken bribes to let illegal Chinese workers slip into the country, says his spokesman
Trillanes believes information was just passed to Bikoy – some of which he continues to vet, particularly the bank trail of what he calls drug money
A majority of the medicines covered by the new EO involve illnesses that often hit the elderly, like diabetes and hypertension
The tourism department plans to bring President Rodrigo Duterte to Boracay, Cebu, and Bohol, as the tourism industry continues to suffer from the coronavirus scare
Roy Ferrer is named an assistant secretary of the Department of Health months after he was made to hand in a courtesy resignation over fraudulent claims made to PhilHealth
(UPDATED) Existing inventory stock will be allowed to be disposed of at current prices within 90 days from the effectivity of the order
'Categorically and objectively speaking, I did not utter, gesture, [or] insinuate any malicious statement about the President,' says Senator Sherwin Gatchalian
As the Commander-in-Chief, law enforcement and intelligence agencies answer to Duterte
Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian thanks Filipinos for sending support to combat the outbreak 'despite their own difficulties'
A new normal for media is emerging. Regulators are pouncing on it and weaponizing the law to cripple businesses of critical media
According to Philippine National Police chief General Archie Gamboa, the cop was recently shot dead
How did drug war poster boy Lieutenant Colonel Jovie Espenido end up in President Rodrigo Duterte's own drug list?
Malacañang says President Duterte 'is glad that the American President understands and respects his decision to end the Visiting Forces Agreement'
'Manila is an old city and it will decay if you add so many things in front of Manila Bay. So ayaw ko,' says President Rodrigo Duterte of reclamation projects along Manila Bay
(UPDATED) The airport will initially operate general aviation and turboprop flights from 6 am to 6 pm
(UPDATED) Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says Police Lieutenant Colonel Espenido 'continues to enjoy the trust and confidence of the President'
Interior Secretary Eduardo Año confirms Rappler's report that drug war poster boy Lieutenant Colonel Jovie Espenido is on President Rodrigo Duterte's own drug list
President Duterte tells Filipinos 'everything is safe in our country,' as the government moves to boost domestic tourism after its ban on non-Filipino travelers coming from China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan
How exactly did the prosecutors arrive at that conclusion? And why is Trillanes cleared of sedition but charged with conspiracy to commit sedition?
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo admits to reporters there was no scheduled call to begin with
In a taped message, President Rodrigo Duterte asks the public to cooperate with government efforts to quell the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus
Duterte and company know they have little time in power left. If they want to corner strategic portions of the country’s business landscape, now’s the time to act.
'If they would like to do that, that's fine, we'll save a lot of money,' Trump tells reporters at the White House, touting his 'very good relationship' with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte
Yet President Rodrigo Duterte himself repeatedly denounces media he perceives to be critical of his administration
Vice President Leni Robredo questions the President's motive for scrapping the VFA, especially since members of his own Cabinet warned that it would largely be against the Philippines' own interests
Senator Sotto asks Senator Marcos: 'Then why did you not object? Senator Dela Rosa abstained. If you were in the session hall, then you should have abstained.'
The Philippines' notice it is terminating the military pact triggers a 180-day countdown until the agreement expires. How did we get here?
The United States says it will 'carefully consider' its next moves as it 'remains committed' to its friendship with the Philippines
Senators say they should first review the ramifications of withdrawing from the agreement that allows for the presence of US military troops in the Philippines
'Si Trump pati 'yung others are trying to save the Visiting Forces Agreement. Sabi ko, ayaw ko,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
'If you really love your country, do something about it. 'Di mo naman kailangang patayin eh, torture mo lang hanggang mamatay,' Duterte tells local chief executives
Duterte also says that while the government was 'on top' of the coronavirus threat, doctors should work double-time to find a virus cure
This is a fabricated, rehashed claim that first surfaced in 2017
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo also distances President Rodrigo Duterte from the petition against ABS-CBN, even as Duterte has publicly threatened the broadcast giant multiple times
President Rodrigo Duterte ignores the calls of top security and foreign officials to first review the defense agreement
Ano ang posibleng implikasyon ng pagbasura ng VFA?
Batang May K!, a collaboration between PhilRights and Makô, hopes to make children understand better the importance of human rights amid violations under President Rodrigo Duterte
Duterte's latest outburst against the US isolates the country from its oldest ally and sows uncertainty against the threat of any Chinese aggression
PhilRights executive director Nymia Simbulan says the lack of state accountability reflects 'how the government values and looks at human rights and human lives'
But President Rodrigo Duterte says the public's 'hysteria' over the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus in the Philippines is 'not needed'
'Stop this xenophobia thing,' says President Rodrigo Duterte as he rejects calls to bar all Chinese from entering the Philippines amid the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus
(UPDATED) Only Filipino citizens and permanent resident visa holders are exempt from the new travel restrictions, says Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea
Nothing combines protection and benefaction in a more egregious, ludicrous, and ominous fashion than in the case of Bato de la Rosa, the retired police general, now a senator
The ban will also cover other areas in China where the 2019 novel coronavirus has spread, says Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo
Enumerating her office's achievements, Vice President Leni Robredo urges journalists to help her fight authoritarianism
The interior secretary, who says his US visa remains valid, believes the prohibition would exclude emergencies, such as illness requiring medical treatment in the US