A proposal for a compromise agreement with the Marcos family on the “sharing” of their wealth with the government has reached Malacañang, but what exactly can happen to the Marcoses and their wealth should the Duterte administration ink a…
President Rodrigo Duterte has had enough of the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People's Army-National Democratic Front (CPP-NPA-NDF) double-talk and continued atrocities against the Filipino people, a defense official said…
Malacanang on Friday belied the report of a United States-based human rights watchdog alleging that the Philippine government has employed a so-called “keyboard army” to manipulate online information in support of President Rodrigo Duterte.…
The late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos has been commemorated with a national stamp, a post office official said Friday, the latest honour for the strongman that has outraged many Filipinos.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation of the United States has confirmed that terrorist leader Isnilon Hapilon is dead, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said.
The Philippines on Friday urged a group of mostly European countries to respect its domestic processes after it was criticized anew on its human rights record.
Senator Grace Poe has pressed for an “independent audit” of the China-made trains which remained unusable due to incompatibility with existing facilities.
The Philippine government on Wednesday assured it is prepared to extend assistance to Filipinos who may end up getting deported as a result of Washington’s decision to abolish a program that allowed undocumented immigrant children to stay…
A multi-billion peso foreign -assisted project involving the construction of some 262 bridges in rural areas in the country which had been on hold for more than six years, may now be underway.
A 14-bedroom mansion in Long Island, New York that was once owned by former dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his wife, Ilocos Norte Rep. Imelda Marcos, is back on the auction block, the New York Post has reported.
The Philippine government will continue to work with the United States for the return of the Balangiga bells stolen by American troops in 1901, Malacañang said Sunday (July 30).
President Rodrigo Duterte did more than just stand up for Filipinos when he demanded that the United States return the Balangiga bells seized by American troops in 1901.
Legislators and human rights advocates angrily denounced the Philippine government on Friday for reinstating 19 policemen linked to the killing of a jailed town mayor.
The crisis in Marawi City has become a much longer, bloodier, messier nightmare for the Philippine government than a similar siege in Zamboanga City nearly four years ago.
President Rodrigo Duterte has slammed the communist movement throwing a wrench into the peace process with their demands.
After holding four rounds of talks, the Philippine government on Saturday (May 27) announced it is cancelling talks with the communist movement.
The local terrorist group Maute do not intend to attack just Marawi City but also the rest of the country.
Senator Panfilo Lacson gave members of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) a lecture on the separation of powers in the Philippine government when they talked ro him about possibly releasing Senator Leila de Lima from detention.
President Rodrigo Duterte has made good on his promise to rename Benham Rise by signing an executive order calling the resource-rich area off Luzon Philippine Rise.
High-handed. This was how Sen. Panfilo Lacson described Sunday the “conclusions” of United Nations rapporteur Agnes Callamard following her visit to the Philippines to take part in an “academic conference.”
Senator Richard Gordon is worried that the Philippines could have an “Operation Entebbe” in its hands if it does not improve military equipment and training to fight terrorists, insurgents, and foreign invaders.