The Supreme Court (SC) sitting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) has junked the petition of former Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to have the ballots in three provinces under Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) subjcted to…
Despite his looming retirement from the military on Oct. 26, AFP Chief of Staff Gen. Eduardo Año remains committed in clearing Marawi City of the Maute Group remnants and protecting the nation from other lawless elements.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar plans to take a page from Philippine National Police chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa in light of the snafus involving the Philippine News Agency (PNA).
Islamist militants in the Philippines have beheaded seven local loggers they kidnapped last week in their stronghold in the strife-torn south, police said Monday.
Covert plans to launch terror attacks in schools in Zamboanga and Jolo prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to move for a five-month extension of martial law in Mindanao.
The govenrment is seeking an extension of martial law in Mindanao not only to run after the remaining members of the Maute terror group but also to crush the communist rebels.
President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to eat the livers of Abu Sayyaf members after they beheaded two Vietnamese hostages in Basilan.
The Philippines, especially Mindanao, is being eyed by ISIS terrorists as another base for operations after their failure to establish a caliphate in Indonesia, a Singaporean analyst on security affairs has said.
Terrorist leader Isnilon Hapilon has evaded the military in the past but can he be neutralized by the military now under the implementation of martial law in Mindanao?
The declaration of martial law in Mindanao was necessary to resolve security concerns which have plagued Mindanao for a long time, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said Wednesday (May 31).
Senator Bam Aquino on Friday (April 28) joined the snowballing call to punish the police officers behind the arrest and detention of drug suspects in a “hidden cell” of a police station in Manila.
State auditors scored the poor coverage of the Movie and Television Classification and Regulatory Board’s (MTRCB) Matalinong Panonood (MP) program in 2016, with only three of 61 areas covered under the plan.
Presidenti Rodrigo Duterte will announce on April 10 his deadline for oligarchs like owners of the Inquirer to settle their billions of pesos in back taxes to the government.
President Rodrigo Duterte is urging Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez to accept Mighty Corp.’s compromise offer of P3 billion to pay for his back taxes because he needed the money now to build hospitals in Jolo and Basilan and relocate…
President Rodrigo Duterte is willing to let local tobacco company Mighty Corporation off the hook for faking tax stamps if it pays double the amount of money it owes the government.
A number of erring cops may have escaped deployment to Basilan by simply not showing up for the trip, but it doesn't mean they're already off the hook for their supposed violations.
Erring policemen would have been whacked by President Rodrigo Duterte by a baton if they were assigned in Davao City and he was still a mayor.
For President Rodrigo Duterte, no criminal is more dangerous than one who used to wear a police badge.
Erring cops may have escaped retraining or dismissal, but they would have to pack their bags soon if they would like to remain part of the Philippine National Police.
In a departure from his usual defense of the Philippine National Police, President Rodrigo Duterte blasted policemen for being corrupt and abusing their power.
President Rodrigo Duterte had to remind Catholic priests of the "Pajero bishops" controversy on Thursday (Jan. 19) in an effort to highlight their hypocrisy amid their continued criticism of his war against drugs.
To ensure the speedy construction of hospitals and highways in Mindanao, President Duterte has directed the Armed Forces of the Philippines to take the lead in the projects.