Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia lashed back at a netizen who accused her of corruption. She revealed the identity and personal details of the netizen on social media.
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Rappler founder and Chief Executive Officer Maria Ressa is tireless in her campaign to put the country in a negative light under President Rodrigo Duterte.
After cursing journalists, Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro "Teddyboy" Locsin had some nasty words to say to the Commission on Human Rights (CHR).
Hinamon ni Senador Christopher Bong Go ang Commission on Human rights na umahin na kunin ang record ng mga biktima ng mga adik at pusher sa halip na unahin ang record ng mga napaslang na kriminal sa war on drugs.
Amid reports an imminent inquiry into the police operations that involve collateral damage, Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. has called on the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) to investigate online child pornography in the!-->…
The House of Representatives on Monday approved on third and final reading the Human Rights Defenders (HRD) Protection Bill which seeks to prevent human rights violations and abuses perpetrated against human rights workers.
Former Presidential Communication Undersecretary Manolo Quezon is betting on human rights lawyer Chel Diokno to be the flag bearer of the opposition in the 2022 elections.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. has heaped praises on former Commission on Human Rights chief Loretta Ann “Etta” Rosales for never tiring to fight for the right causes in the country. Locsin showed his admiration for Rosales…
Akbayan party-list chairperson emeritus Etta Rosales on Wednesday commended the Supreme Court decision ordering the government to release all Oplan Tokhang police reports.
Malacañang on Monday defended a joint military and police operations that resulted in the killing of 14 people and arrest of 12 others tagged as members of the New People’s Army in Negros Oriental.
Malacanang on Monday said it is amused by the "myriad of misleading and baseless" statements from President Rodrigo Duterte's critics regarding the Philippines' withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman is opposing the government's wholesale delisting of enforced disappearance case
Lowering the age of criminal liability from 15 years old to nine is not an effective response to fight rising criminality.
Broadcast journalist Korina Sanchez has a simple explanation on why President Rodrigo Duterte is hating on the Commission on Audit and Commission on Human Rights.
Malacañang said it expected Commission on Human Rights (CHR) Chairman Jose Luis Martin “Chito” Gascon to politicize the issue of human rights in the Philippines.
Former Commission on Human Rights chairperson Etta Rosales said President Rodrigo Duterte should take as a warning former First Lady Imelda Marcos' guilty verdict for graft.
Malacanang on Tuesday lambasted the proposal of the United States-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) to create an independent commission to investigate the killings of drug suspects allegedly by police officers.
The Senate is eyeing to lengthen the period suspected terrorists may be detained in the event of an actual or reasonable belief of an imminent terrorist attack from three to 30 days to give authorities enough time to interrogate suspects.
Senator Gregorio “Gringo” Honasan advised the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) not to “waste too much time debating” with President Rodrigo Duterte on human rights issues.
Senator Leila de Lima became the second Filipino to receive the Prize for Freedom award, nearly three decades after it was conferred to former President Corazon Aquino.
President Rodrigo Duterte will become a virtual dictator if the draft federal Constitution is approved, a former lawmaker has warned.
Detained Senator Leila de Lima on Tuesday vowed to continue drafting and pushing for laws that will protect those who suffered torture and degrading treatment from government authorities.
Detained Senator Leila de Lima on Saturday said she is proud that the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) "did not flinch" nor was silenced when Duterte allies in Congress threatened to give CHR a zero budget.
Alleged extrajudicial killings and police impunity connected to President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs remain to be the most important human rights concerns in the Philippines, according to a report by the US State Department.