Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte believes the House of Representatives and the Philippines as a whole are better off without Davao del Norte Rep. Pantaleon Alvarez as Speaker.
Retired Armed Forces chief Dionisio Santiago has tendered his irrevocable resignation as chairman of the Dangerous Drugs Board, at least two media outlets reported Tuesday (November 7).
No wonder he's been attacking the editorial policy of ABS-CBN News and Philippine Daily Inquirer, the President has hidden aspirations of directing the news himself.
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez plans to introduce a bill at the start of Congress' regular session that would allow couples to seek the dissolution of their marriage instead of filing for annulment.
A student who hails from Marawi City will deliver the valedictory speech at the 106th commencement rites of the University of the Philippines Diliman on June 25.
One of the three Pulitzer Prizes won by the New York Times was awarded for a photo essay on the Philippines’ war on drugs.
In 1999, former President Joseph Estrada initiated an advertising boycott against the Inquirer and sued the owners of the Manila Times as his primary counterattack strategy against media critical of his administration.
President Rodrigo Duterte is claiming that the Philippine Daily Inquirer and ABS-CBN News are biased against him because they picked the wrong candidate in the 2016 presidential elections.
President Rodrigo Duterte has admitted he’s no longer at the peak of his health— and he has no qualms admitting his ailments.
Vice President Leni Robredo has denied any knowledge or involvement in alleged plans to unseat President Rodrigo Duterte.
President Rodrigo Duterte must prove he is indeed apologetic over the “unintended” killings which have occurred in the course of his administration’s anti-drug war by ordering a probe into them and looking after the welfare of the families…
Are some police personnel, including those who took part in the raid that killed Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa last Nov. 5, about to cross the line from confidence to impunity?
Former President Sergio Osmeña might have served for only two years as head of state, but for Philippine Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Teodoro “Teddyboy” Locsin Jr., he’s the most honest leader the country has had.
Vice President Leni Robredo will not be spending money on five- or even four-star accommodations next year since her budget for official trips has been slashed by P23 million.
Bureau of Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon has nixed the appointment of sexy singer-dancer Mocha Uson as the agency's social media consultant, just a few hours after news about her new job caused a firestorm online.
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Gina Lopez is leading a battleground of her own against illegal miners and she is relentless on it as she closed down five mining sites in one week.
If film director Brillante Mendoza were to have his way, President Rodrigo Duterte should depart from the State of the Nation Addresses (SONAs) given by his predecessors and inject some Bisaya phrases in his speech.
Former ABS-CBN news and online business regional group head Charie Villa will head the news department of the state-run People’s Television Network (PTV-4), she confirmed to the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
While everyone is looking forward to incoming President Rodrigo Duterte's first 100 days in office, the inauguration will prove to be an equally interesting and anticipated event.
The camp of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has denied reports about the appointment of his law school classmate, Rodolfo Salalima as the head of the newly formed Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), a day after…
Incoming Communications Secretary Martin Andanar has begun laying the groundwork for the modernization of the state-owned People’s Television Network (PTV-4) ahead of the official start of the Duterte administration on June 30.
Vice President-elect Leni Robredo is relishing the two remaining weeks she has before assuming office by bonding with her three daughters in Singapore.
The name Ernesto Abella might not ring a bell to persons outside Davao City, but supporters of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte likely came across some of his articles defending the feisty politiko during the campaign season.
President-elect Rodrigo Duterte's trusted aide, Christopher "Bong" Go, has denied reports he will be heading the Presidential Management Staff under the incoming administration.