The Philippines will meet its target to conduct one million coronavirus tests by the end of July, testing czar Vince Dizon said.
Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat is optimistic about the recovery of English schools in the Philippines that would eventually put the Philippines back as a leading English as a Second Language (ESL) destination.
The frozen body of an Indonesian man has been found aboard a detained Chinese fishing vessel, authorities said Thursday, adding that they suspected foul play in the crew member's death.
TikTok's exit from Hong Kong was met with a shrug among many locals who distrust the Chinese social media platform, but the app had been embraced by many foreign domestic workers as a way to creatively escape the drudgery of their toil.
Malacañang on Tuesday downplayed the 2.5 percent inflation rate increase, saying it was not a cause for concern.
Amid the continued spread of coronavirus, Malacañang still believes the Philippines is winning the fight against the disease.
Two immigration officers are now under investigation for allegedly encoding the arrival and departure of dismissed Wirecard chief operating officer Jan Marsalek in the Philippines even without proof that he entered and left the country,…
Foreign governments will still have a limited role in going after terrorists in the Philippines, even with the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Thursday.
At least 12 Filipinos were missing early Monday after a collision between their fishing boat and a foreign cargo vessel, media reports in the Philippines said.
The Philippines has logged the fastest rise of COVID-19 cases in the Western Pacific region in nearly two weeks, beating Singapore, which is battling a second wave of infection, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
The Philippines has exceeded the 50,000 coronavirus (Covid-19) testing capacity by the end of June, testing czar Vince Dizon said.
Communist rebels are much worse than militant Islamist group Abu Sayyaf, according to President Rodrigo Duterte.
President Rodrigo Duterte has ensured that the Philippines will continue to have “friendly and cooperative” relations with Canada, Iran, Vietnam, New Zealand, and Palestine, Malacañang said on Friday.
To prove allegiance to the Philippines, SAGIP Party-list Rep. Rodante Marcoleta asked ABS-CBN chairman emeritus Gabby Lopez to recite the first line of "Panatang Makabayan".
President Rodrigo Duterte spoke on telephone with Chinese President Xi Jinping Thursday night and discussed efforts on the growing threat of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19)
The Philippines will have a hard time achieving zero coronavirus (Covid-19) cases, Malacañang admitted Wednesday.
A staunch critic of ABS-CBN's franchise application asked the network’s chairman emeritus, Eugenio “Gabby” Lopez III, to recite the first line of “Panatang Makabayan” to prove his allegiance to the Philippines.
The number of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) cases in the Philippines has climbed to 21,895 after the Department of Health (DOH) recorded 555 new cases Sunday.
As the police killing an unarmed black man sparked widespread outrage across United States, President Rodrigo Duterte takes pride that the Philippines is a nation of law-abiding citizens.
The National Union of People’ss Lawyers (NUPL) secretary general Ephraim Cortez said the large number of lawyers and law students in the Philippines and overseas opposed to the Anti-Terrorism bill show that there is something wrong with the…
At least seven people were arrested Friday (June 5) for protesting against the passage of the anti-terrorism bill in front of the University of the Philippines in Cebu City.
Malacañang is “saddened,’ although “unsurprised,” by the surge in the Philippines’ unemployment rate to 17.7 percent in April.