Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod is aghast at the Court of Appeals' (CA) decision clearing former Palawan governor Joel Reyes of involvement in the 2011 killing of environmentalist and broadcaster Gerry Ortega.
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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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Twenty-four lawmakers who are either critical of the administration or tussled with top House leaders have lost funding to implement infrastructure projects for their respective districts.
Former Chief Justice Artemio Panganiban is confident that government's moves to adopt a national ID system will finally be enforced under President Rodrigo's term.
Former Health Secretary Janette Garin wants to delay her operation for acute appendicitis so she could attend the December 11 hearing on the Dengvaxia controversy, the Philippine Daily Inquirer has reported.
President Rodrigo Duterte has paid a visit to the headquarters of Iglesia ni Cristo in Quezon City Wednesday (November 29), a day after he dragged the name of one of its influential members in corruption.
Did the Marcoses change the birth year of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos as part of their efforts to rewrite history?
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod was close to praising Duterte profusely for his "excellent" speech at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO Summit on November 9-- except that she couldn't understand his…
The disenchantment with traditional politics which catapulted a mayor from Mindanao named Rodrigo Duterte to the presidency will keep him popular regardless of how much he curses or fail to deliver on some of his promises, sociologist Randy…
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod believes it's high time the Philippine Medical Association (PMA) or other doctors' groups to assess the state of President Rodrigo Duterte's mental health to see if he's still fit to run…
Reading, one of Senator Leila de Lima's few remaining pasttimes in detention at the Philippine National Police Custodial Center, has been curtailed, former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod has revealed.
The family of dictator Ferdinand Marcos may claim they had nothing to do with the gathering of their supporters at the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) over the weekend, but they gained a lot from the event. In its…
Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea may have the unofficial title of being "Little President," but for former Environment Secretary Gina Lopez, he functions more as a liaison of big businesses.
Fighting fake news has become more difficult when it's President Rodrigo Duterte who's making inaccurate claims since he remains widely popular among Filipinos, University of the Philippines sociology professor Randy David said.
If the proposed tax reform package passed by the House of Representatives was already anti-poor, those who have less in life are bound to suffer even more with the version of the bill pending in the Senate, former socioeconomic planning…
Politikos and critics who accuse the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) of being selective in investigating human rights abuses are wrong to argue that they should be going after criminals like terrorists, former socioeconomic planning…
The Philippines may be able to boost the volume of its agricultural exports if the government invests in more gamma ray treatment facilities, former socioeconomic planning secretary Cielito Habito said.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Cielito Habito is dismayed at the glaring gap in the number of scientists and engineers in the country compared to its Southeast Asian neighbors.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod has expressed exasperation with how most of the senators behaved when presidential son Paolo "Pulong" Duterte, the vice mayor of Davao City, and his brother-in-law Manases "Mans" Carpio,…
President Rodrigo Duterte believes the Rufino-Prietos are getting its just desserts with the loss of Mile Long property because of the way it used the family-owned Philippine Daily Inquirer for its own benefit.
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.
After nearly two decades, the Philippine Daily Inquirer may finally get around to correcting the "fake news" it published against Sen. Panfilo Lacson.
More than corruption, former socioeconomic planning secretary Romulo Neri believes it was politics that led to the shelving of the national broadband network project during the time of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.
The Rufino-Prieto family has waved the white flag in the years-long battle to retain control of the Mile Long property in Makati City.