President Rodrigo Duterte has given up on holding peace talks with the communists because they are asking for the moon.
Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque was only acting out a little “drama” when he appeared surprised during the announcement of his membership in PDP-Laban’s Senate lineup.
Kiko reminds Sara of his contributions to Davao: Dapat sumama rin ako sa agos, pero sa tama lang ako
Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan on Thursday belied Mayor Sara Duterte’s claim on him being “ungrateful” saying that it’s far from the truth.
Senator JV Ejercito on Saturday said he would pursue his anti-political dynasty advocacy come 2019 mid-term elections even if it would cost his re-election bid.
Vice President Leni Robredo is hoping that the family of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos is sincere in the desire to return the ill-gotten wealth they amassed during his presidency.
Senator Leila de Lima on Sunday joined colleagues in expressing alarm over the resurgence of spate of killings of drug personalities and allegations of abuses by the police.
Senator Bam Aquino is confident that the landmark free college education law can be a long-term solution to poverty, crime and even illegal drugs.
Filipino babies now have 60,000-plus reasons to cry really hard when they come out of their mothers’ wombs - and that’s partly due to the debt they are immediately saddled with.
President Rodrigo Duterte wants suspended Supt. Marvin Marcos to report back to duty despite facing homicide charges in connection with the killing of Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr.
President Rodrigo Duterte has offered to shoulder the costs of baptizing one of the babies who arrived from the Middle East-- with a catch.
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that he personally sought out former Major Jason Aquino to head the National Food Authority (NFA) to insulate the rice import monopoly from corruption.
President Rodrigo Duterte is planning to impose a total ban on mining amid reports that rich owners of shuttered mining firms were funding destabilization efforts against his administration.
President Rodrigo Duterte claimed that roughly a quarter of the dependents of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) are hooked on drugs.
Opposition senators assailed those attributing to an alleged destabilization plot the surfacing of retired SPO3 Arthur Lascanas saying that the issues being thrown at the government are matters that concern notable personalities identified…
President Rodrigo Duterte is dead serious in fulfilling his campaign promise to stop “en-do” or end of contract schemes of big corporations during his six years in office.
Senator Leila de Lima has accused President Rodrigo Duterte of "material concealment" for dropping the news of his decision to break up military and economic ties with the United States in China and leaving the Cabinet and Filipinos in the…
Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa is both angry and saddened by the violent dispersal of rallyists who protested outside the United States embassy in Manila Wednesday (Oct. 19).
He is willing to be killed or rot in jail for his bloody campaign.
To prevent further confusion in making clarifications for their boss, President Rodrigo Duterte’s aides in Malacanang may need to get their acts together before facing the media.
President Rodrigo Duterte might have cursed out at US President Barack Obama but he ain't a fool to be starting a quarrel with the world's most powerful man.
President Rodrigo Duterte thinks his critics are wrong in framing the bloody crackdown on illegal drugs as a rich man-poor man issue.
President Rodrigo Duterte's recent rantings against oligarchs is causing some confusion among the public because some of his campaign financiers are also rich businessmen with a great deal of political influences like bilyonaryos Antonio…