The Presidential Security Group will get 18 new dogs under the 2018 budget
The department is seen to consolidate security agencies like the Philippine National Police to focus on internal security
The Department of Homeland Security files a proposal in the Federal Register indicating it would end its adherence to the Flores Settlement, a 1997 agreement with a federal court to not detain children separated from their parents for more than 20 days
The agreements signed between Philippine and Israeli companies and business groups represent $82.9 million in possible investments. Six of the deals are security-related.
A diplomatic source says Russia's objection stems mainly from a part of the report that said North Korea had exceeded its 2018 import cap for oil that was set by the 2017 sanctions
(UPDATED) Military chief General Carlito Galvez Jr says ISIS is the biggest security threat in the Philippines
The Philippines is set to receive about $60 million of the nearly $300 million in security assistance that the United States will give the Indo-Pacific region
It comes as the Trump administration ramps up pressure to deter the leaks of classified materials to journalists that have plagued it since last year
In a joint statement, the 3 powers say they are 'gravely concerned' over the military offensive in Idlib and the resulting humanitarian consequences
(UPDATED) An apology from Xiamen Air and government officials is not enough, the OFWs have to be compensated, says Migrante, an advocacy group for the welfare of overseas Filipino workers
The Office of Refugee Resettlement says that parents of 366 of the 565 children are outside of the United States, some of which were against reunification with the children or were flagged as threats
(UPDATED) In a partial motion for reconsideration, Rappler also asks the Court of Appeals to annul the SEC decision that says Rappler is not 100% Filipino-owned
Senator Richard Gordon assures Calida he’s not going to be humiliated in the Senate investigation under his watch
The SC en banc asks Senator Trillanes to file his comment to the petition
(UPDATED) MRT3 guard Federico Bustamante shoots the man in the ankle after he refused to leave the rail tracks and reportedly started throwing rocks at security personnel and cars
Defense minister Tariq Shah Bahrami also says 194 insurgents had been killed and 147 wounded
The vulnerabilities are a byproduct of Android’s open operating system that allows third-party companies such as device manufacturers and carriers to tweak code, says the report by cybersecurity firm, Kryptowire
President Nicolas Maduro says threats against his life come from 'terrorist cells' in Florida
United States President Donald Trump tweets a generic condemnation of racism a year after the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia
For state auditors, the NFA could actually do away with imports if it just uses the funds to boost and buy local rice
On Monday, August 6, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to former defense secretary Orlando Mercado about national security and the threats the Philippines is facing
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra says: 'The DOJ itself did not have any personal verification of any connection by these individuals with the CPP or the NPA'
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North Korea's humanitarian crisis has left about 10 million people – nearly half of the population – undernourished, according to UN officials, who have reported a drop in food production in 2017
The five-page resolution of the Court of Appeals denies a motion for reconsideration filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) Enforcement and Investor Protection Department
In a confidential report to the Security Council, a UN panel of experts says it 'continues to believe' that short-range ballistic missiles and other weaponry were transferred from Iran to Yemen after an arms embargo was imposed in 2015
Did the court agree with Rappler that it was wrong for the Securities and Exchange Commission to order the revocation of its license?
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These are the highlights of the 72-page Court of Appeals decision involving Rappler and the Securities and Exchange Commission
Rappler's Maria Ressa says: 'We hoped for the best decision, as Rappler is – on paper and in reality – a completely Fiipino-owned company'
The United Kingdom's Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre Oversight Board says it can only provided 'limited assurance' that risks relating to Huawei's involvement in UK networks have been sufficiently mitigated
The chip industry faces a pivotal moment as hardware-side exploits cannot simply be fixed with software updates. Current chip engineering standards may need to be overhauled
Ukrainian authorities confirm journalist and blogger Yusuf Inan had been handed to the Turkish authorities after Kiev received a request to extradite him last October
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This is the 10th city-wide earthquake drill and second terror simulation of Pasig City
The Philippine National Police says it is conducting a 'comprehensive review' of its security details
(3rd UPDATE) 'I'm a fatalist. I know God has a plan… Sa akin, ganito lang: Subukan lang nila. Kilala ko si Duterte by now. Duwag ‘yan,' says the opposition senator
Sweden, which holds the rotating Security Council presidency, requests the closed-door meeting along with Kuwait
(UPDATED) Vigilant Investigative and Security Agency, owned by Solicitor General Jose Calida's family, says the allegations made by ALU-TUCP are 'utterly false'
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Vinny Troia of Night Lion Security – who discovered the leak – says the trove of Exactis information seems like 'a database with pretty much every US citizen in it'
The 118-strong policemen of the Boracay police sub-station is augmented by more than 500 personnel of the Metro Boracay Police Task Force
Philippine Stock Exchange president and CEO Ramon Monzon is confident short selling will 'help improve liquidity in our market'
Here is a look at the key facts and figures behind the crisis
The Solicitor General says the text of the actual law prevails over the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR)
Shortly after the Trump-Kim summit, the FBI and the US Department of Homeland Security discover new malware 'Typeframe'
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres tells the Security Council that debris from the missiles fired since July 2017 'share key design features with a known type of missile manufactured' by Iran
(3rd UPDATE) The clashes come as the UN Security Council meet for urgent talks on the military operation and call for the vital Red Sea port to be 'kept open'
Calida as Solicitor General represents government agencies when complaints are filed against them, Ombudsman Morales points out