President Rodrigo Duterte will decide if Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon and his subordinates need to step down from their posts over the controversy surrounding the P6.4-billion shabu shipment from China, Malacanang said.
President Rodrigo Duterte has asked Congress to extend the declaration of martial law in Mindanao until December 31, 2017, citing the government's failure to solve the problem of rebellion in the island group by July 22.
President Rodrigo Duterte will decide whether the Philippine National Police’s (PNP) anti-drug campaign, “Oplan Tokhang,” needs to be suspended in light of news about the alleged abuses of cops who carry them out, Malacañang said Saturday…
Mindful of a similar pronouncement by President Rodrigo Duterte for the Philippines, Malacañang on Saturday (Jan. 21) said it respects United States President Donald Trump’s pledge to put America first in all of his policies.
Five days before United States President-elect Donald Trump takes his oath, US Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim reiterated Washington’s readiness to help Manila in the fight against terrorism during his 45-minute meeting with…
Malacañang appealed to groups opposed to the implementation of the Reproductive Health (RH) Law to have a “broader and more open mind” after President Rodrigo Duterte signed Executive Order No. 12 providing for free access to contraceptives…
Malacañang on Saturday (Jan. 14) said President Rodrigo Duterte is no different from the late esteemed Singaporean prime minister Lee Kuan Yew after an international watchdog group criticized his leadership style.
Vice President Leni Robredo said Malacañang could’ve chosen some other way to show her just how much it dislikes her instead of withdrawing the invitation it extended to her for Wednesday’s (Jan. 11) Vin d’ honneur.
President Rodrigo Duterte has approved a P1,000-increase in the monthly pension received by retired Social Security System (SSS) members, presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella announced Tuesday (Jan. 10).
Contrary to Malacañang’s claim, President Rodrigo Duterte was neither in Manila nor Davao from Dec. 31 until January 5 to take a break from the rigors of running the country, former senator Francisco Tatad has claimed.