Peter Joemel Advincula alias "Bikoy" revealed that his handlers have scheduled an interview with an unnamed international media before he decided to surrender to the police Wednesday night.
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.
Malacanang defends foreign funding for government projects in the country, saying that loans like this are not illegal.
President Duterte's release of the 'ouster plot' against him contributed to the defeat of Otso Diretso senatorial candidates in the May midterm polls, Malacanang said.
President Rodrigo Duterte went on a fresh rant against foreign-funded organizations led by Rappler amid allegations that they are plotting to oust him from power.
President Rodrigo Duterte is adamant that a matrix showing media firms led by Vera Files were plotting to oust him from power is the real deal.
President Rodrigo Duterte pitied local media firms for not getting the dollar funds funneled into Western-sponsored media entities in the Philippines.
Peter Joemel Advincula, the man claiming to be the whistleblower Bikoy, is standing by his allegations against President Rodrigo Duterte even if he has been unmasked as a fraud by Senate President Vicente Sotto III.
A certain “Bong Banal” is the narrator in the video series titled “Ang Totoong Narcolist,” linking the Duterte family in the illegal drug trade, Malacanang revealed.
Kaya mainit kay Duterte! Tiglao details P74M funding received by Rappler, VERA Files from CIA-linked…
Four internet-only media organizations received around P74 million in funding from an organization linked to the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), according to former Cabinet secretary Bobi Tiglao.
Malacañang deems it “unnecessary” to present proof about the supposed involvement of news organizations in the alleged ouster plot against President Rodrigo Duterte.
A group of television personalities, writers and journalists have prodded the Supreme Court (SC) to grant the petition of news website Rappler in lifting the ban against its reporters from covering President Rodrigo Duterte and other…
The Manila Times chairman emeritus Dante Ang is standing by his decision to report the supposed plan to oust President Rodrigo Duterte even without double checking the information.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod has slammed President Rodrigo Duterte for linking several personalities to an alleged plot to oust him without verifying the information.
President Rodrigo Duterte thinks elitist journalists from Manila have always had an axe to grind against him even before he set foot in Malacanang in 2016.
The Manila Times on Thursday (April 25) said it asked its managing editor, Felipe Salvosa II, to resign for badmouthing the paper’s chairman emeritus, Dante Ang, in connection with the publication of the so-called “Oust Duterte” matrix.
The Supreme Court (SC) has been asked to act over the reported inclusion of the National Union of People's Lawyers (NUPL) in a plot to oust President Rodrigo Duterte.
Vice President Leni Robredo has questioned the publication of the so-called "Oust Duterte" matrix, which Malacañang said came from President Rodrigo Duterte himself.
COTABATO CITY – Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte is reluctant to believe the ouster plot against President Duterte allegedly involving some media entities, saying the source of the alleged matrix should come out.
Two media organizations and a journalist have scoffed at the Manila Times linking them to an alleged plot to oust President Rodrigo Duterte.
Journalists linked in the alleged "Oust Duterte" matrix may file libel against the government, according to Malacañang.
President Rodrigo Duterte has attacked the website Rappler once again, accusing the writers employed by Chief Executive Officer Maria Ressa of being paid hacks.