President Rodrigo Duterte claims that forces loyal or part of the previous Aquino administration are behind calls to oust him while he is in the middle of trying the save the country from the pandemic.
Diehard Duterte supporters (DDS) engaged in a fierce exchange of tweets with “Yellows,” or netizens supportive of the previous Aquino administration Saturday (February 1) as the hashtag, #OustLeni2020 trended on Twitter.
Supporters of the Aquino administration have cried foul over Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo’s claim that his predecessor failed to complete any big-ticket infrastructure projects during his term.
Senator Leila de Lima can’t stand Presidential Legal Adviser Salvador Panelo’s unabashed move to toss the blame for the Good Conduct and Time Allowance (GCTA) scandal on her and the Aquino Administration.
Confidential and intelligence funds under the Office of the President are expected to increase to a whopping P4.5 billion in 2020.
Former Environment Secretary Gina Lopez died Monday due to brain cancer, ABS-CBN has confirmed. She was 65.
In the early days of the campaign, President Rodrigo Duterte claimed that he knew little about the senatorial bets of Otso Diretso.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte defends some senatorial bets of Hugpong ng Pagbabago following their recent tirades against the previous Aquino Administration
Vice President Leni Robredo believes a re-enacted budget will bring no good.
A minority lawmaker has slammed the economic managers of the Duterte administration following close to P1-trillion worth of unused funds over the past two years.
TACLOBAN CITY – Former Senate President Pro-Tempore Jinggoy Estrada maintained his innocence over corruption allegations in connection with the multi-billion Pork Barrel scam.
The Duterte administration will go after those responsible for the dengue vaccine mess, Malcanang said on Tuesday.
The minority bloc in the House of Representatives blasted the supposed discriminatory attitude of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) following its silence on the previous indictments of opposition lawmakers during Aquino administration.
President Rodrigo Duterte has widely praised his San Beda buddy, Transportation Secretary Art Tugade, for being a self-made billionaire even before he joined government as Clark Ecozone chief during the Aquino administration.
A younger sister of Filipino-American philanthropist and Duterte administration critic Loida Nicolas-Lewis on Saturday joined supporters of opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes IV during Saturday’s (September 9) program outside the Senate compound in Pasay City.
The way he has been logging in the miles, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea might just be the most traveled “Little President” ever.
After years of criticizing certain policies and remarks of President Rodrigo Duterte, Vice President Leni Robredo has finally embraced the role of opposition leader.
MANILA – Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales has cleared former Transportation Secretary Mar Roxas and Budget Secretary Butch Abad of any liability in connection with anomalous Php 4.2-billion maintenance contract of the Metro Rail Transit – Line 3 (MRT3).
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon defended the Aquino administration against accusations that it supposedly mismanaged the West Philippine Sea dispute with China.
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III has asked the Office of the Ombudsman to investigate the corruption-laced P8.1 bilion school-based Barangay Health Stations (BHS) during the last two years of the Aquino administration.
President Rodrigo Duterte has urged his political adviser, Francis Tolentino, to run in 2019 after losing the 2016 senatorial race.
Senate President Vicente Sotto III has not called in absent for any session in the Senate since 2010.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano has slammed critics who accuse the government of doing nothing in the face of China’s increasing militarization in the South China Sea, saying the “shouting matches” they want to happen will not accomplish anything.
Hell hath no fury than a woman bypassed for the top post in the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB).