President Rodrigo Duterte didn't stop working even when he stayed at his home in Davao City to celebrate the new year.
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President Rodrigo Duterte and Vice President Leni Robredo showed all was well between them when they met for the commemoration of Dr. Jose Rizal's 121st death anniversary in Luneta Saturday (December 30).
Senator Bam Aquino and his family enjoyed a “rebate” from Meralco as they delighted in the dazzling display of Christmas lights at Meralco’s Liwanag Park in Ortigas for free.
President Rodrigo Duterte has welcomed the massive rally scheduled against him on September 21, saying he also has grievances concerning the government.
Students and public servants are in for a long weekend as Malacañang confirmed Tuesday (September 19) the suspension of classes and work in government offices on September 21.
President Rodrigo Duterte has declared September 21 a "Day of Protest," with classes and work in government offices suspended in anticipation of the massive protest set against him by opposition forces.
President Rodrigo Duterte will not stop his critics from staging a massive protest against him, but warned them not to break the law.
Have the Reds called it quits with President Rodrigo Duterte?
After a five-day hiatus, President Rodrigo Duterte will be back in the public eye Saturday (June 17).
Malacanang cannot confirm if the scheduled Cabinet meeting on June 19 will push through as rumors continue to swirl on the state of President Rodrigo Duterte's health.
Political analyst and strategist Malou Tiquia has taken a dig at Senator Alan Peter Cayetano for breaking protocol when he commemorated the 119th Independence Day with Vice President Leni Robredo at Luneta on June 12.
President Rodrigo Duterte's legal counsel has denied reports he and other Cabinet members have been called for a meeting at Malacañang Friday (June 16) amid rumors surrounding the Chief Executive's health.
If food is any indication of one's health, President Rodrigo Duterte must be well since he still feasted on papaitang kambing during the birthday of his long-time aide.
President Rodrigo Duterte had a packed schedule with soldiers on the last day he was seen in public.
Filipinos and the media may have to wait for more than a week longer to see President Rodrigo Duterte back in the public eye.
Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella, however, cannot say when the public will see Duterte again.
Cabinet Secretary has assured the public there's no cause for concern regarding President Rodrigo Duterte's state of health.
Senator Panfilo Lacson has allayed fears on the cause for President Rodrigo Duterte's absence in the public eye in the past three days, saying even a Chief Executive must have days off too.
There is no cause for the public to be alarmed ovver President Rodrigo Duterte's absence in the public eye since Independence Day, Senate Majority Leader Vicente "Tito" Sotto III said.
Vice President Leni Robredo doesn't want to make a big deal out of President Rodrigo Duterte's absence at the celebration of the country's 119th Independence Day at Luneta.
President Rodrigo Duterte skipped the celebration of the country's 119th Independence Day at Luneta because he was too tired after honoring fallen soldiers, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said.
Vice President Leni Robredo led the celebration of the Philippines' 119th Independence Day at Luneta Monday (June 12) after President Rodrigo Duterte skipped the event.
Oh how we miss the good old days of the Aquino administration when the turf war only involved two camps: Balay and Samar.
If there’s someone pleased with the declining performance and trust ratings of President Duterte, it’s no other than his nemesis, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV.