US Democrat Joe Biden said Tuesday he will not hold presidential campaign rallies during the coronavirus pandemic, an unprecedented declaration that stands in stark contrast with Donald Trump who has already held large campaign gatherings.…
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday said English schools would receive £1 billion ($1.2bn, 1.1bn euros) in funding to help pupils catch up after missing months of classes due to the coronavirus.
Facebook is allowing users to turn off all political ads in a move aimed at quelling criticism of the leading social network's hands-off approach to election misinformation.
North Korea threatened Wednesday to bolster its military presence in and near the Demilitarized Zone, a day after blowing up its liaison office with the South, prompting sharp criticism from Seoul.
The United States’ (US) criticism on the guilty verdict given to veteran journalist Maria Ressa does not sit well with Malacañang.
Justice Undercretary Markk Perete on Monday (June 8) expressed belief that the Anti-Terrorism bill allows criticisms against the government.
After online fury and intense criticism from many New York Times staffers, the paper's editorial page head has resigned in controversy after publishing an op-ed by a US senator who urged military force against protestors nationwide.
Facebook said Monday Singapore's use of an online misinformation law is "severe" and risks stifling free speech, after the company was again forced to block a page in the city-state.
A history exam question asking Hong Kong students to assess colonial Japan's occupation of China sparked a rebuke by Beijing on Friday and reignited a row over academic freedoms in the semi-autonomous city.
China's ambassador in Australia has warned that demands for a probe into the spread of the coronavirus could lead to a consumer boycott of Aussie wine or trips Down Under.
The White House on Monday said that talk of President Donald Trump wanting to fire the government's top medical specialist in the coronavirus crisis, Anthony Fauci, was "ridiculous."
Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) chairman Chel Diokno on Saturday (April 4) denied that he has publicly challenged President Rodrigo Duterte to a gun duel.
Joy Belmonte claps back at residents calling out her incompetence: Kung ayaw niyo sa akin, maghirap…
Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte is not having any of the criticism thrown at her for supposedly being slow to act amid the Luzon-wide enhanced community lockdown imposed due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III is unfazed by the criticism he received over the past few days from the public and politikos over the government’s seeming uncoordinated response to the threat of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan faced fresh criticism on Tuesday in the wake an emergency royal meeting to discuss their shock announcement to step back from frontline royal duties.
Maganda nga, nagtanggal pa ako ng hood! Pacquiao shrugs off criticism on taped lighting of SEA Games…
Senator Manny Pacquiao isn't affected at all by the criticism over the taped lighting of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games cauldron, which was broadcast during the opening ceremonies last week.
Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan Velasco said organizers of the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) should be held accountable following the series of blunders and logistical problems of the event.
Dozens of pro-democracy protesters stood firm within a besieged Hong Kong university on Wednesday, where an "SOS" sign was laid out as supporters took up calls to distract police surrounding the campus by disrupting city transport.
Senator Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. is pushing through with his showbiz comeback despite criticism it will interfere with his legislative work.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro "Teddyboy" Locsin has defended the cheap looking welcome sign for foreign athletes at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport amid criticism from netizens.
Next on Duterte’s ‘slam’ book? Lacson sees something wrong with gov’t campaign vs. drugs, corruption
Will Senator Panfilo Lacson soon hear a mouthful of criticism from President Rodrigo Duterte?
Singapore's new law to combat "fake news" came into effect Wednesday despite criticism from tech giants and activists, who labelled the tough rules a "chilling" attempt to stifle dissent.
President Rodrigo Duterte used a Russian think-tank’s forum as a platform to launch a scathing criticism of the United States and Western countries that have criticized and meddled in how he ran his administration.