With the departure of Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella from his post, Sen. Leila de Lima expressed concern on further decline of the level of discourse and language from now on from President Duterte and his men.
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella
An aide of Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella had to handle the regular “Mindanao Hour” press briefing since he was absent for the day.
The office of Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella has blamed an unnamed former administrator of the Presidential Communications Operations Office’s (PCOO) page for a nasty comment made against journalists Friday (October 27).
The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) is drawing flak once again because of a comment made by a staffer who has access to its Facebook page.
Some of the biggest names in Philippine politics trooped to Taguig City Monday (October 22) in a show of force for the administration.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte has flown to Manila Monday (October 23) to grace the launch of the pro-administration Tapang at Malasakit Alliance for the Philippines.
A major reshuffle is in the offing within the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO).
The police's identification of the suspect responsible for killing the person immortalized in a "Pieta"-like photograph only proves drug traders kill each other, Malacanang said Saturday (October 21).
President Rodrigo Duterte supports the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas' bid to host the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup in 2023, Malacanang said Saturday (October 21).
The Armed Forces of the Philippines continues to be alert for any threat coming from the Maute Group or its allies despite the death of its leaders, Malacañang said Saturday (October 21).
President Rodrigo Duterte will have to confer with the security, justice and peace clusters of his Cabinet on the lifting of martial law in Mindanao despite the death of terrorist leaders this week.
Malacañang is hoping Senator Antonio Trillanes hasn't gone on a misinformation campaign while he's visiting American senators in the United States.
With the death of terrorist leaders Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute, Malacañang on Tuesday (October 17) urged the remaining Maute terrorists in Marawi City to stop their armed struggle.
Malacañang on Monday (October 16) said the Department of Transportation (DOTr) is bent on pushing through with the jeepney modernization program despite the strike staged by the transport group PISTON.
Malacañang couldn't help but beam with pride over the results of Pulse Asia’s latest nationwide survey showing President Rodrigo Duterte is still the most approved and trusted government official today.
Ambassadors of countries comprising the European Union need not leave the Philippines despite President Rodrigo Duterte's order for them to do so immediately, Malacañang said Friday (October 13).
Malacañang on Thursday distanced itself from the impending impeachment of Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Andres Bautista, saying that impeachment is the sole prerogative of Congress.
President Rodrigo Duterte appears to have no persons in mind yet to fill the posts vacated by former Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial and former Department of Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Secretary Rodolfo…
President Rodrigo Duterte is determined to resolve the drug-related deaths that have occurred under his watch even though the administration refuses to call them extrajudicial killings.
Malacañang has expressed its "regret" over the Commission on Appointments' rejection of Paulyn Ubial as Health Secretary.
Malacañang has scoffed an international watchdog group's warning that the Philippines might be removed from the United Nations Human Rights Council over the human rights violations allegedly committed during the Duterte administration.
Malacañang is keeping a rosy outlook despite the 18-point plunge in President Rodrigo Duterte's satisfaction rating in the latest survey by the Social Weather Stations (SWS).
President Rodrigo Duterte may have only been in Brunei for two days, but it was nevertheless a productive visit.
Malacañang has welcomed the P40-billion settlement paid by Mighty Corporation for its tax evasion cases.