President Rodrigo Duterte is willing to be as merciless as the New People's Army should it continue sowing terror, and attacking both government troops and civilians.
The House of Representatives committee on energy on Monday conducted an investigation on the disparity of fuel prices in Mindanao and Luzon.
President Rodrigo Duterte isn't indebted to politikos for his victory in the 2016 because only four supported his candidacy.
President Rodrigo Duterte is wasting no time looking for former Environment Secretary Gina Lopez's replacement after her ad interim appointment was rejected by the Commission on Appointments.
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.
The country’s central mapping agency National Mapping and Resource Information Authority (NAMRIA) was able to generate 10 maps of low-lying areas to assess their vulnerability to sea level rise in 2015, but was only able to present two maps…
Vice President Leni Robredo has denied any involvement in the supposed plan hatched by Liberal Party supporters for President Rodrigo Duterte’s ouster, though she does not find mention of her name in the purportedly incriminating emails…
The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) has mobilized all its volunteers and resources to help victims of typhoon Nina, Senator Richard Gordon said Monday (Dec. 26).
With only 38 days to go before the May 9 elections, presidential race frontrunner Sen. Grace Poe said she and her slate will double their efforts to visit more places in the country.
At least 11 party-list solons stand to lose their seat for vying to run for other elective positions in the coming 2016 elections.
Former Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Solita Monsod is questioning why Justice Presbitero Velasco is sparring with Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales in the oral arguments on the suspension order against Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin "Junjun"…