The online platform of the Philippine Daily Inquirer apologized on Friday for their tweet that Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo recommended executive clemency for convicted rapist-killer Antonio Sanchez.
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This was political analyst Richard Heydarian's column in the Philippine Daily Inquirer It was his way of criticizing the Duterte government
A journalist on Sunday refuted the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines’ (NUJP) statement linking the recent intimidation committed against Bulacan-based journalists to President Rodrigo Duterte.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod is disappointed at President Rodrigo Duterte for continuing to treat China with kid gloves despite its aggression in the South China Sea.
Ayaw na mag-ninong! Duque swears off standing as wedding sponsor after being linked to WellMed owner
Health Secretary Francisco Duque III no longer wants to stand as a wedding sponsor after he was linked to the owner of the dialysis clinic allegedly involved in the "ghost dialysis" controversy.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro "Teddyboy" Locsin Jr. has slammed the Philippine Daily Inquirer for its "wrong" headline about President Rodrigo Duterte's statement on the use of housing funds for the pilgrimage of Muslims affected by the…
All's well that ends well.
The "dilawans" are now turning against one another in the absence of a unifying opposition figure to support.
Malacanang condemned Wednesday the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s editorial entitled “Panelo’s flimflammery” for lack of “common sense.”
The strategy of Liberal Party campaign manager to package the opposition senatorial candidates as a team, called Otso Diretso, has failed big time.
Journalist Ramon Tulfo has slammed the Philippine Daily Inquirer for being "petty and catty" after it refused to pay his legal fees in a libel case filed by former Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre III.
Height of hypocrisy! Inquirer crucifies Jiggy Manicad for anti-Rappler sentiment but gags Mon Tulfo…
From being a source of balanced news, the Philippine Daily Inquirer has deteriorated into a publication of biased views.
Former broadcaster Jiggy Manicad is drawing criticism on social media for insisting Rappler’s legal woes are not proof press freedom is under attack. Some netizens are slamming Manicad for turning his back on journalism because he said the…
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod cannot understand why lawmakers are itching to lower the minimum age of criminal responsibility (MACR) to 12 years old from the current 15 years old.
DIWA party-list organiation has formally introduced its new nominee in the House of Representatives.
Former Chief Justice Artemio Panganiban has deplored the evolution of the party-list system from a way to give representation to the marginalized into a "cheaper" backdoor to Congress for the rich and powerful.
President Rodrigo Duterte has appointed Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza and columnist Ramon Tulfo as his special envoy.
Former Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Winnie Monsod has shown yet another proof of Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque’s lies when she debunked his claim clearing President Rodrigo Duterte of any liability over the Davao Death Squad’s…
Broadcaster Mon Tulfo has announced that he will be appointed by President Rodrigo Duterte as a special envoy to China.
President Rodrigo Duterte has denied that he is mad at the country's elite, even if he has dealt a financial blow to some of them in the early days of his administration.
President Rodrigo Duterte: Philippine Daily Inquirer liable for plunder
Former President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino did not mince words in hitting back at Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano for claiming his administration had not been transparent with its dealings with China on the West Philippine Sea…
Broadcaster Mon Tulfo doesn't mind seeing two of his siblings in prison over the controversial P120-million contract signed by the Department of Tourism (DOT) with the state-run People's Television Network Inc. (PTNI) for airing its ads.
President Rodrigo Duterte has vowed to send the owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer to prison for plunder for leasing the Mile Long property even after its contract with the government has expired.