President Rodrigo Duterte is taking off his gloves as he fights back against critics, specifically senior female journalists, who have labeled him a "misogynist" for his comments and behavior on women.
Talking to reporters after casting his vote for the midterm elections, President Rodrigo Duterte calls VERA Files President Ellen Tordesillas a “prostitute.”
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.
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.
Facebook fact-checker VERA Files has criticized Malacañang for failing to show proof about the so-called "Oust Duterte Plot" linking the media group and other similar organizations to a supposed plan to destabilize the government.
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.
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.
Journalists linked in the alleged "Oust Duterte" matrix may file libel against the government, according to Malacañang.
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Rappler and Vera Files have come under a firestorm of opposition since Facebook announced their designation as chief connoisseur of fake news on its platform.
The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) is readying its position on Facebook’s third-party fact-checking partnership with media entities Vera Files and Rappler, which it will present in a meeting called for by the social…
Malacañang on Wednesday (April 18) reiterated its opposition to Facebook's partnership with the website Rappler and non-government organization VERA Files to check articles posted on its platform.
Malacañang gathers forces to block Rappler, VERA files as censors of fake news on Facebook: Dilawan…
Malacañang on Monday expressed its opposition against Facebook's fact-checking partnership with Rappler and Vera Files to prevent the spread of "fake news" on the social media platform.
Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson has opposed Facebook’s selection of Rappler to be part of its fact-checking program especially since the online media group has been allegedly involved in fake news.
Rappler, Vera Files as Facebook fact checkers ‘not enough’ – Senator Nancy Binay
Malacañang is seeking a dialogue with Facebook to reconsider its selection of social media entities Rappler and Vera Files for a third-party fact-checking program.
Three of the most prominent bloggers of the Diehard Duterte Supporters (DDS) are staying put on Facebook amid a move for administration supporters to leave the social networking site.
The younger sister of the late Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago is spearheading the exodus of the DDS or "Diehard Duterte Supporters" from Facebook after it tapped Rappler and Vera Files as fact-checkers.
Senate Majority Leader Tito Sotto hit social media giant Facebook in a series of tweets for supposedly being biased after it partnered with online news outlets Rappler and Vera Files for its third-party fact checking program aimed at…
President Rodrigo Duterte has asked Congress to investigate the persistent allegation that he has undeclared wealth to know the truth.
President Rodrigo Duterte said no matter how many times the media plays up Senator Antonio Trillanes' expose on his alleged ill-gotten wealth, this can't be used to pin him down in court.
Malacañang has challenged the non-profit media group VERA Files to back up its allegation that President Rodrigo Duterte and his daughter, Sara, have undeclared investments amounting to around P100 million.