Sen. Paolo Benigno Aquino IV on Tuesday said he believes there is no such plot to destabilize the government and that protests are simply “part of the democratic process”.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday, February 12, visited Surigao del Norte following Friday’s 6.7 magnitude tremor that left at least six people dead and over 100 injured.
A defiant United States press corps on Wednesday told President-elect Donald Trump that it will continue to cover him and his administration even if he pulls out media offices from the White House and restricts access to them in important events.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Monday (Jan. 16) practically absolved the government of any hand in the rise of the number of Filipinos who see themselves as poor or hungry by pinning the blame on typhoons.
From making sex-related videos on Youtube, sexy performer and blogger Mocha Uson now wants to ban “soft porn” and lascivious acts on television.
Is the government subtly trying to discourage the public from participating in the Nov. 30 protest at the People Power monument against the hero’s burial for dictator Ferdinand Marcos?
Sen. Panfilo Lacson on Friday threw his support behind a planned government “Freedom of Information” portal that will monitor the status of government funds and projects.
Vice President Leni Robredo sounded like she was knocking on the collective conscience of her former colleagues at the House of Representatives (HOR) when she disapproved of the planned showing of Senator Leila de Lima’s sex video at an upcoming public hearing.
No less than the head of the United Nations wants the perpetrators of Friday night’s deadly night market
An “indignant” Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed sympathy and solidarity with the Philippines
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Serving warrants of arrest to 88 suspects in the Mamasapano massacre will be the “real challenge” on the part of the government, Senator Leila de Lima said on Tuesday.
As if the current shame campaign is not enough, President Duterte has vowed that he will purge the government of rogue judges, prosecutors, local officials, military and the police in the all-out war against illegal drugs.
A ceasefire between the government and communist rebels is still possible, once both sides resume peace negotiations in August, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Sunday.
Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte had a ‘flashback Friday’ of sorts when he connected
The Department of Justice has set the preliminary investigation on the human trafficking, illegal recruitment and estafa complaints Maria Kristina Sergio and her live-in partner…
To boost the purchasing power of the Filipino people, Vice President Jejomar Binay on Thursday urged the government to move for higher tax exemptions and…