Communications Secretary Martin Andanar didn't intend to malign Rappler Chief Executive Officer Maria Ressa when he criticized the host of the Netflix show, "Patriot Act," over remarks made about President Rodrigo Duterte.
Rappler Chief Executive Officer Maria Ressa has accused Communications Secretary Martin Andanar of making libelous statements when he criticized the Netflix show, "Patriot Act" for putting President Rodrigo Duterte in a negative light.
The Philippines' first female Olympic medallist says she fears for her safety after President Rodrigo Duterte's government named her in a chart claiming to show a plot to undermine his rule.
Rappler executive Maria Ressa on Thursday (May 2) pleaded not guilty for allegedly violating the anti-dummy law.
Journalists linked in the alleged "Oust Duterte" matrix may file libel against the government, according to Malacañang.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has expressed commitment to protect journalists against attacks, said Undersecretary Markk Perete.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Wednesday (April 17) refuted the claims of a foreign mission that press freedom in the country is under attack.
There's no legal basis for the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) to say that Filipino journalists are working under "oppressive" conditions just because of the criminal charges Rappler executive Maria Ressa is facing,…
Manila Judge Rainelda Estacio-Montesa has pushed back the arraignment of Rappler executive editor Maria Ressa over a cyber libel case she is facing.
The Manila Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 46 has turned to motion of Rappler executive editor Maria Ressa and her co-accused seeking to quash the libel case against them.
Senator Panfilo Lacson believes the call of American lawmakers to release detained Senator Leila De Lima and drop all charges against journalist Maria Ressa are far from being gestures of international solidarity, as one of his colleagues…
Rappler executive Maria Ressa is set to undergo arraignment before the Pasig City regional trial court (RTC) over charges of violating the Anti-Dummy Law.
Malacañang took a hands-off position on the petition filed by online news site Rappler asking the Supreme Court to stop President Duterte's ban against its journalists in the presidential palace.
The Senate's "macho bloc" on Wednesday evening filed a Senate resolution rebuking members of the United States Congress behind two proposed resolutions that they said interfere with the Philippine judicial process.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Tuesday said the criticisms and the call of five American lawmakers to drop the charges against detained Senator Leila de Lima and journalist Maria Ressa were based on a faulty premise that their rights…
Five American senators meddling in the country’s business should just sod off. Senate President Tito Sotto told the Florida Senator Marco Rubio and four other senators to mind their own business instead of interfering with the country’s…
Malacanang is urging the five United States (US) senators who sought for the release of Senator Leila de Lima and the dropping of charges against news organization Rappler and its CEO Maria Ressa to "mind their own business."
Rappler Holdings Corporation (RHC) president Maria Ressa on Wednesday (April 3) pleaded not guilty over pleaded not guilty over tax evasion charges she is facing.
Malacañang on Saturday (March 30) chided Rappler Chief Executive Officer Maria Ressa for once again crying about an alleged violation of press freedom after she was arrested for supposedly breaking the Anti-Dummy Law.
The United States on Friday urged the Philippines to quickly resolve a case against arrested journalist Maria Ressa and allow her and her news site Rappler to "operate freely."
Rappler executive Maria Ressa has posted a P90,000 bail before the Pasig City Regional Trial Court (RTC) on Friday (March 29) over charges of violating the Anti-Dummy Law.
Malacanang denied that Rappler chief Maria Ressa had not be accorded due process law following her arrest for alleged violation of the anti-dummy law on Wednesday.