A joint statement released by the Philippine government (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) said the formal peace talks shall continue between both parties.
The popular ride-sharing app Uber gets a reprieve from regulators.
Solicitor General Jose Calida said the conviction of Janet Napoles for the crime of serious illegal detention was erroneous--adding that the appeals court to consider acquitting her.
'Singing in Graveyards' and 'The Woman Who Left' will be screened at the Glasgow Film Festival in Scotland.
The Miss Universe coronation night was the subject of 34.6 million tweets. Making it the most tweeted event during the live show ever.
Maxine Medina reached the Top 6 of this year's Miss Universe competition. Despite not making it to the Top 3, netizens were full of praise for the beauty queen.
The Department of Foreign Affairs confirmed that a Filipina overseas worker on death row was executed on Wednesday afternoon.
Philippine National Police Chief Ronald Dela Rosa said he will ask President Rodrigo Duterte if he should resign his post.
Notwithstanding the rising number of deaths in the war on drugs and the threat of terrorism, the military believes there's no compelling reason to declare martial law.
To address a shortfall in government revenues, a lawmaker proposes a tax on beauty products and aesthetic procedures instead of petroleum.
China denies plan to build on Scarborough
Duterte honors China's word
Duterte bans opening balikbayan boxes
PNP stands by report of Maute presence
'Robredo should prove her claims on video'
Should PH be concerned about Scarborough?
Apple iPhone sales top expectations