An undersecretary of the Department of Interior and Local Government who had a hand in the ouster of former DILG Secretary Mike Sueno has been appointed to lead the Department of Agrarian Reform in an acting capacity.
The Philippines is prepared for a “worst-case scenario” following warnings that an anti-dengue vaccine administered to thousands of children may worsen the disease in some cases, a health official said Saturday.
Malacañang may be waiting for Congress to adjourn for the holidays before appointing Commission on Elections Commissioner Sheriff Abas as chief in an ad interim capacity.
A Human Rights Watch (HRW) official hit actor Steven Seagal for “cozying up” with President Rodrigo Duterte in Sulu.
Those drawing similarities between the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte and the regime of former President Ferdinand Marcos are comparing apples with oranges, Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.
Former First Gentleman Mike Arroyo has asked the Sandiganbayan 7th Division to permit him to travel to Japan and Hong Kong.
The House of Representatives approved on the second reading the proposed “Philippine HIV and AIDS Policy Act” which seeks to prevent the spread of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) in the country.
A month after calling for Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno to step down, Malacañang distanced itself from her impeachment case at the House of Representatives.
The Duterte administration is listening to calls for a revolutionary government, Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.
Hollywood action star Steven Seagal has become fast friends with President Rodrigo Duterte in the short span of time he is in the country.
Hollywood action star Steven Seagal sought to boost the Philippine military’s morale by telling soldiers their wars are “winnable,” though it will take time.
President Rodrigo Duterte is proud to say that among the country’s presidents, only he and the late President Ferdinand Marcos who went out of their way to take care of the military.
A Scottish priest has caused a stir by expressing hope that four-year-old Prince George, who is third in line to the British throne, turns out to be gay so as to make the Church of England accept gay marriage.
A leading Qatar-based Muslim organisation placed on a “terrorism list” by Saudi Arabia and its allies said Friday it would take legal action to clear its name.
Soldiers assigned to spend the holidays in Sulu may miss being with their families, but they can look forward to having an overseas trip soon courtesy of President Rodrigo Duterte.
China may have invented fireworks but Beijing banned them from the capital Friday ahead of Lunar New Year celebrations, as authorities clamp down on potentially dangerous activities.
US billionaire George Soros launched a fresh broadside Friday at Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, accusing him of taking an anti-democratic turn and of creating a “mafia regime”.
Saudi Arabia and Iran have exported their bitter regional tussle to Rome, accusing each other of villainous meddling in the Middle East during diplomacy talks in the Italian capital.
President Donald Trump on Friday stepped up his demands for a wall to stem illegal immigration from Mexico after an undocumented migrant was acquitted
President Rodrigo Duterte may be the most powerful man in the country, but even he is wary of incurring the ire of his daughter, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte.
Despite his unconventional leadership style, President Rodrigo Duterte believes he’s far from being a despot.
They are among the country’s most powerful politikos but still get starstruck over their biggest idols.
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