Making a pitch for the switch to federalism via Charter change, Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said President Rodrigo Duterte himself would control less money from the nation’s coffers, as more cash would go to the new federal states.
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's government on Wednesday urged reporters of a news website facing state-enforced closure to reinvent themselves as bloggers, rejecting allegations Manila was cracking down on the free press.
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Malacanang on Monday confirmed that President Rodrigo Duterte would attend the India-Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Commemorative Summit slated from Jan. 24 to 26 in New Delhi, India.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) on Monday has turned over to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) several parcels containing dangerous drugs worth over P128 million intercepted at the Surface Mail Exchange Department (SMED) in Delpan,…
Senator Manny Pacquiao is making some of his peers look bad in the ongoing debate on a shift to a federal form of government which could mean the abolition of the Senate.
The parents of Horacio "Atio" Castillo III on Friday welcomed fratman Marc Anthony Ventura's appearance before the Department of Justice (DOJ) to submit his sworn statement as witness on the fatal hazing of the University of Santo Tomas…
Pirate attacks worldwide fell to their lowest level in over two decades last year, the International Maritime Bureau said, but more than doubled in the Philippines while African trouble spots remained dangerous.
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The Philippines will lodge a diplomatic protest with China after Manila questioned if Beijing had reneged on a pledge not to militarise a disputed South China Sea reef.
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Millions of dollars of cocaine packed in a plastic drum has washed up on a seashore in the eastern Philippines, an anti-narcotics official said Friday.
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2017 has been one heck of a year for Philippine politics. From the declaration of martial law, to rigodon in the drug war and word wars in and out of Congress' halls, Filipinos have been shocked and amused at politikos' antics.
Prospective workers should carefully scrutinize private job offers in Libya, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) warned on Friday, as it noted existing employment ban in the state.
The Philippine Navy’s frigate project would push through despite the relief of Vice Adm. Ronald Joseph Mercado from the Navy’s top post, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said Wednesday.
Detained Sen. Leila de Lima on Friday sought an inquiry into the alleged “suspicious circumstances” behind the bloody police raid in Tondo, Manila, which appears as another summary execution disguised as legitimate law enforcement.
French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi on Monday urged the Philippines to lift the suspension of its anti-dengue vaccine, insisting it was safe, but the government accused the firm of "dishonesty".
President Rodrigo Duterte wanted to kick the undersecretary of the Department of Budget and Management he fired because he was enraged over the official's misuse of public funds. In a speech at the Department of Labor and Employment's…
President Rodrigo Duterte has taken pity on youth activists who join leftist groups because he feels they are risking their lives for an unworthy cause.
Philippine National Police chief Ronald Dela Rosa has accused Reuters of editing its video report about the death of three drug suspects in Tondo, Manila in October to make cops look bad.
Cabinet Secretary Leoncio "Jun" Evasco Jr. is reportedly opposed to the idea of a revolutionary government, even as he is consolidating support at the grassroots level for President Rodrigo Duterte.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday played down suggestions US President Donald Trump confused her with Canadian leader Justin Trudeau’s wife at a summit in Asia last week.
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Malacañang on Thursday (November 16) hit back at critics who called the ASEAN Summit held in Manila as nothing more than pageantry.
Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go is surprised that he’s now a picture frame on Facebook after gaining fame for his selfies with world leaders.