For 65 years, "Nanay Fedelina" lived like a modern-day slavery victim with her employer in the United States. This year, at 81, she's ready to begin the life of a free woman.
The United States said Tuesday it would curb visas for Chinese officials until Beijing ends its "repression" of Uighurs and other Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang, a day after imposing commercial restrictions.
Deepening ties between the Philippines and Russia could make the United States (US) feel “a little insecure” about its relationship with its only military ally, Malacañang said on Monday.
No one can stop the United States from banning from entry those behind the detention of Senator Leila De Lima, said Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin on Monday (Oct. 7).
Former CIA director John Brennan raised questions Sunday about the stability of the United States under President Donald Trump, accusing him of corrupting the country's laws and institutions.
Malacañang expects the United States to be “a little insecure” with the Duterte administration’s closer ties with Russia.
President Rodrigo Duterte will aggressively push to expand its ties with other countries outside of its traditional partners the United States and other Western countries.
President Rodrigo Duterte used a Russian think-tank’s forum as a platform to launch a scathing criticism of the United States and Western countries that have criticized and meddled in how he ran his administration.
President Rodrigo R. Duterte dismissed as “unripe” a proposal of two US senators to bar Philippine government officials involved in the imprisonment of Senator Leila de Lima from entering the United States.
The United States on Monday slapped fresh sanctions on a businessman tied to Russian President Vladimir Putin as well as to a disinformation operation accused of conspiring to manipulate the 2018 midterm elections.
The United States has every right to ban the entry of Philippine officials involved in the imprisonment of Senator Leila De Lima, Vice President Leni Robredo said Sunday (September 29).
Seventy years after the founding of communist China, once rosy predictions of coexistence with the United States have dissipated with expectations rising instead of a long-term, globe-spanning rivalry.
House Minority Floor Leader Bienvenido “Benny” Abante on Friday scored members of the United States Senate after one of its committee approved a measure that would bar those involved in the imprisonment of Sen. Leila de Lima from entering…
A Senate committee in the United States has approved an amendment to a pending bill that will ban the entry of any Filipino official involved in putting Senator Leila De Lima in jail.
This was what Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo had to say, after United States (US) Senator Marco Rubio called for the Philippine government to release detained Senator Leila de Lima.
Global investment risk watcher Fitch expressed fears of a possible escalation of tension in the South China Sea as China continues to assert its ownership of disputed waters while the United States increase its presence in these waters.
Indonesia is sending back hundreds of containers of contaminated waste to the West after shipments supposedly containing plastic meant for recycling were found to hide hazardous substances, customs officials said.
The United States readied its response Monday to the "unprecedented" attack on Saudi oil facilities as President Donald Trump said Iran was likely to blame, fanning new fears of conflict in the Gulf region.
Hong Kong's embattled leader warned the United States on Tuesday not to "interfere" with her government's response to the city's pro-democracy movement, after fresh protests called on Washington to ramp up pressure on Beijing.
China on Tuesday denied it was to blame for fentanyl deaths in the United States after President Donald Trump accused Beijing of reneging on its promise to crack down on the opioid.
Walmart announced Tuesday it will halt sales of ammunition for handguns and some military-style rifles used in some hunting rifles, calling the status quo on guns in the United States "unacceptable."