The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on Emerging Infectious Diseases has adopted the Department of Health’s (DOH) Revised Omnibus Interim Guidelines on Prevention, Detection, Isolation, Treatment and Reintegration Strategies for Covid-19, Malacañang said Friday.
Malacañang on Friday defended President Rodrigo Duterte’s unsavory remark calling the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) greedy.
Malacañang assured on Friday the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) will pay its debt to hotel establishments accommodating overseas Filipino workers as quarantine facilities.
Russia’s foreign ministry on Thursday said outdated legislation and a lack of regulation had revealed flaws in the US electoral system, as votes were being tallied to decide the next American president.
Every four years, an American tradition is to watch the presidential election results roll in on one of several news networks, which project the winner of each US state.
A slow grind of ballot counting has held the United States and the world in suspense since Tuesday’s presidential election.
Lawyers will file a complaint “in the next few days” over the unauthorised use of the Village People hit “YMCA” at campaign rallies for US President Donald Trump, a rights attorney said on Thursday.
President Donald Trump erupted Thursday in a tirade of unsubstantiated claims that he has been cheated out of winning the US election as vote counting across battleground states showed Democrat Joe Biden steadily closing in on victory.
America’s 2020 campaigns cost some $14 billion, a record sum showing that parties are increasingly willing to spend big on races to express visceral opposition to their rivals — even when their chances are slim.
President Rodrigo Duterte urged those who criticized his absence on the first day of typhoon “Rolly” to kill one of their relatives so they can visit the cemetery on All Souls’ Day.
President Rodrigo Duterte named officials and personnel of the Bureau of Customs who have been dismissed from service for corruption-related crimes.
Speaker Lord Allan Jay Velasco led ranking House officials in meeting with their Senate counterparts Thursday (November 5) to start crafting a common legislative agenda…
President Rodrigo Duterte asked officials of the Department of Public Works and Highways who are involved in corruption to resign.
The Philippines’ inclusion in the top 50 safest countries in the world came as a surprise to President Rodrigo Duterte.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday accused the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) of being greedy.
From warnings to good wishes and mockery, governments around the world have reacted very differently to the hotly-contested US election race between US President Donald…
The Court of Appeals (CA) has been asked on Thursday (Nov. 5) to declare null and void for being unconstitutional the memorandum circular of Ombudsman Samuel Martires which restricts public access to the statements of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALNs) of public officials.