Filipinos may have to learn to write in and read Baybayin, a pre-Spanish script of the Philippines, after a House committee approved a bill designating it as the country’s official national writing system.
Instead of chartering an entire commercial plane for his next trip, President Rodrigo Duterte will be riding an eight-seater private plane to Singapore, according to presidential spokesperson Harry Roque.
A recent survey on preferred senatorial candidates underscores the challenge the political opposition faces in 2019 as it squares off with a very popular leader and an administration party awash with campaign resources.
Sen. Panfilo Lacson III gave a tall order to incoming Bureau of Corrections chief Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa: Curb the illegal drug trade from the New Bilibid Prison.
The Philippine government reiterated its security guarantees to Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria Sison, who is in exile in the Netherlands, should he choose to come home but stressed that the rebel leader was not in a position to impose conditions for his return.
Assistant State Prosecutor Zenamar Machacon-Caparros sent summonses to Rappler president Maria Ressa and its treasurer James Bitanga to appear before the panel of prosecutors to answer the P133-million tax evasion case they are facing.
The US Department of State's country reports on human rights practices appear to be inconsistent with previous statements of US President Donald Trump, Malacañang said Monday.
Does popularity, on social media or otherwise, translate into votes? What the Pulse Asia senatorial poll is saying about the voting preferences of Filipinos.
The Department of Education (DepEd) has welcomed a recent survey showing 24 percent of companies are ready to hire senior high school graduates this year.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has called for an end to impunity in crimes against the environment and for Filipinos to fill the gap in law enforcement, especially those that relate to the protection of resources.