Department of Justice (DOJ) employees and officials have been ordered to work from home.
Officials around the world reintroduced a raft of restrictions Monday — from beach closures to quarantine measures — to try to tamp down coronavirus hotspots as the official global death toll passed 650,000.
Authoritiesworldwide face the formidable challenge of returning millions of children to classrooms shut due to the coronavirus outbreak, weighing the need to limit the educational damage against the risks of fuelling a surge in new cases.
A host of state intelligence services warned early of a new coronavirus with the potential to wreak havoc worldwide, yet many governments failed to heed the warnings — a mistake that experts say they are unlikely to make again.
The number of coronavirus-linked deaths in New York City soared past 10,000 on Tuesday after officials said almost 4,000 people who never tested positive were presumed to have died from COVID-19.
President Rodrigo Duterte threatened to suspend and detain government officials who embezzle funds meant to support families affected by the coronavirus crisis in the country.
President Rodrigo Duterte led the donning of ranks to newly-promoted Presidential Security Group (PSG) officials on Tuesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned top party officials of the “serious consequences” of failing to prevent an outbreak of the new coronavirus in the country, state media reported Saturday.
Justice Undersecretary Markk Perete will be meeting this Friday (Feb. 28) with officials of South Korean embassy to discuss how to better implement the travel ban imposed by Malacanang.
The death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak surged to 2,000 on Wednesday, as Chinese and international health officials warned against excessive measures to contain the epidemic.
President Rodrigo Duterte vows to rain down fire and brimstone on all government officials to who dare to go against his campaign against corruption.
To prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus, all officials and employees of the President Communication Operations Office (PCOO) who are not feeling well are “strongly’ advised taking sick leave from work to rest.
Officials from a California school district were left red-faced after students who dialed a suicide prevention hotline listed on their ID badges instead stumbled on a sex line.
Kazakh President Kassym Jomart-Tokayev called Tuesday for officials in the Central Asian country to investigate delays in a troubled $1.9 billion light railway system financed by neighbouring China.
Indian authorities have seized more than $70 million worth of cash, booze and illegal drugs under special laws designed to curb vote buying during the world’s biggest election, officials said Tuesday.
China’s corruption watchdog on Saturday said it had disciplined more than 80 officials linked to a vaccine scandal
Congress has no business dictating on President Rodrigo Duterte who to appoint as officials in the executive branch, Malacanang on Thursday said.
Senate President Vicente Sotto III on Saturday said the public should not begrudge President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to skip several events at the
Vietnamese president Tran Dai Quang, a lifelong communist stalwart with a reputation as a hardliner, was buried in his home village Thursday in a ceremony blessed by monks, as relatives and leaders bid him a final farewell.
The Vatican said on Thursday Pope Francis was on the side of victims of more than 300 “predator” priests in the United States accused of abusing over 1,000 children across seven decades.
President Rodrigo Duterte lambasted anew the critics who accuse him of wanting to extend his term so he could rule like a dictator.
The National Food Authority (NFA) tripled its foreign travel budget in 2017 as officials went on group junkets and retiring execs made more than one trip for the road before their exit.
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV castigates Department of Labor and Employment officials during Senate probe on Boracay closure
Malacañang on Friday dismissed reports on the mass resignation of officials of the Coconut Industry Investment Fund-Oil Mills Group (CIIF-OMG) supposedly in protest of the alleged promotion of a board member who is a known staunch supporter of Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go as chief executive officer (CEO) of the company.