The White House on Monday rejected calls for a congressional investigation of claims Donald Trump sexually harassed women, saying the American people had spoken on the matter by electing him president.
US President Donald Trump took the rare step Wednesday of publicly demanding that ally Saudi Arabia immediately allow humanitarian aid into war-ravaged Yemen, as residents in the capital Sanaa scrambled for supplies.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has implored Saudi leaders to ease a blockade on war-torn Yemen to "avert a humanitarian catastrophe", her office said on Thursday, echoing urgent appeals from the United Nations.
By: Cecil Morella At age 33 and raising six children in a slum named "Paradise Village", Myrna Albos is Exhibit A for the Philippines' serial family planning failures. The plumber's wife already had four children by the time a family…
Sen Leila de Lima accused Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Sec. Alan Peter Cayetano’s of double speak in justifying the Philippine’s “no” vote in the United Nations (UN) General Assembly committee draft resolution on the human rights…
US authorities have arrested Hong Kong's former home affairs secretary and the ex-foreign minister of Senegal for leading a multimillion dollar bribery scheme in Africa on behalf of a top Chinese energy company, with some deals arranged in…
Mexican drug cartels are forcing indigenous children and teens to join their ranks, torturing or killing those who refuse, the United Nations warned Friday.
A top Chinese envoy landed in North Korea on Friday in a trip hailed as a "big move" by US President Donald Trump, who has urged Beijing to pile pressure on its nuclear-armed ally.
Senator JV Ejercito is disappointed with President Duterte's decision to put off earlier plans of bringing up the issue on the West Philippine Sea with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
By Karl MALAKUNAS Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will host world leaders in Manila from Sunday, hoping their presence will quieten international criticism over his deadly drugs war, which rights groups say may be a crime against…
President Rodrigo Duterte has offered to host a global summit on human rights so that the violations of all countries— not just the Philippines— can be discussed.
Given the variety of information sources available to him, President Rodrigo Duterte will not be making claims without factual bases, his spokesperson said.
Ambassador Jose Santiago "Chito" Sta. Romana on October 27 has presented his credentials as a non-resident envoy to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Monday confirmed.
An aide of Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella had to handle the regular “Mindanao Hour” press briefing since he was absent for the day.
Donald Trump's detractors may label him one of the world's most powerful bullies, but that did not discourage America's first lady from championing the fight against bullying at a Detroit area school on Monday.
President Rodrigo Duterte has offered Western countries the lead role in solving the drug problem in the Philippines so they will stop criticizing the government's strategy.
President Rodrigo Duterte tells European Union: Tanggalin ninyo ang Philippines sa United Nations, sige nga!
Teodoro Locsin Jr., the country’s permanent representative to the United Nations (UN), is rallying behind President Duterte’s recent rant against western nations meddling in domestic affairs.
President Rodrigo Duterte is unfazed by the economic disruption that could happen if he makes good on his promise to cut ties with countries comprising the European Union (EU).
President Duterte’s latest “outburst” threatening to expel diplomats of the European Union (EU) is just his way of telling them to respect the sovereignty of the Philippines in dealing with issues confronting the country in the “Filipino…
President Rodrigo Duterte may enjoy cozy relations with United States President Donald Trump, but he won't let his American counterpart call the shots on how the country should be run.
President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to cut diplomatic ties with the countries comprising the European Union over what he believes was a threat from the bloc to oust the Philippines from the United Nations.