Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque has scored the media for protecting their business interests rather than reporting.
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House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez found a match in Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte after months of lording it over local politikos.
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University of the Philippines sociology professor Randy David may not believe in the substance of the impeachment complaint against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, but he's convinced she's no longer fit to lead the Supreme Court.
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Malacañang is leaving it up to government agencies to decide if Rappler should be banned from their premises over doubts about its ownership.
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President Rodrigo Duterte banned Rappler from covering him and Malacañang because he got fed up by the "fake news" allegedly put out by the online news site and its reporter, Pia Ranada.
Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go’s request for Senate probers to probe the alleged “fake news” peddled against him by two media outlets, painting him to have supposedly interfered in the acquisition of warships of…
Ano ba talaga, kuya? Bong Go denies singling out any media outfit after dissing Inquirer, Rappler as…
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Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go claimed that he has not singled out ant news outfit as a fake news source.
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China didn't build bases in the South China Sea to attack the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday (February 19).
Go after journalists who spread fake news.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque is clueless as to how the controversial white paper endorsing a South Korean company as a supplier for the Philippine Navy's two brand new frigates ended up in the hands of Defense Secretary Delfin…
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Senator Migz Zubiri made good use of the seven minutes he was given for clarificatory questioning to shower Special Assistant to the President Bong Go with praises and testimonies of his good character.
There is no evidence yet which would say that Special Assistant to the President Bong Go influenced the acquisition of combat management systems (CMS) for two Navy frigates, Senator Gringo Honasan said.
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Special Assistant to the President Bong Go said he will resign if it is proven that he influenced and intervened in the controversial P15.5 billion frigate deal.
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Special Assistant to the President Bong Go adopted the same rhetoric of his boss President Rodrigo Duterte against The Philippine Daily Inquirer and Rappler, which reported that he influenced the acquisition of combat management systems…
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University of the Philippines professor Randy David believes that President Rodrigo Duterte has virtually sealed a political pact with the bloc-voting Iglesia Ni Cristo a year before the elections by appointing Ka Erdy Manalo as “Special…
Even before Senator Gringo Honasan opens his committee on National Defense and Security's probe on the P16 billion frigate deal, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque has already guaranteed Special Assistant to the President Bong Go's…
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Self proclaimed "Appointed Son of God" Apollo Quiboloy hit the headlines again this week after American Customs officials found $350,000 in cash on his private plane at the Honolulu airport in Hawaii.
The Philippines will have to thank China one day for building artificial islands in the disputed South China Sea, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said.
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Malacañang doesn’t want to make a fuss out of photos showing China’s militarization of South China Sea is nearly complete.
Historian Ambeth Ocampo sees nothing wrong with the appointment of Cesar Gilbert Adriano as director of the National Library of the Philippines even though he is not a licensed librarian.
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Malacañang on Monday merely shrugged off Jose Maria Sison's call for the youth to stage mass protests against President Rodrigo Duterte, saying that the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder is "stuck in the past."
Malacañang has scoffed at Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria "Joma" Sison's call for the youth to protest against President Rodrigo Duterte, saying he appears to be "stuck in the past."
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Even former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod believes the online multimedia site Rappler has some explaining to do regarding its foreign investors.
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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.