Malacañang believes the mass murder claims against the President before the International Criminal Court will not prosper. The Philippine National Police Chief also insists there is no state-sponsored killings in the country.
Government officials are wishing Filipinos a peaceful Holy Week, with some tapping the Lenten season as an opportunity to call for unity in the country.
Labor groups took to Mendiola and DOLE to express their dissatisfaction with the outcome of Department Order 174.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar will handle administrative functions at the Presidential Communications Operations Office, while Ernesto Abella will speak for the President.
The Liberal Party voiced concerns for Sen. Leila De Lima's safety after her arrest.
Malacañang spokesmen are denying reports that President Rodrigo Duterte promised to give ₱2 billion in livelihood assistance for the Surigao earthquake victims. Here's what the President really said.
Here's the full text of Malacañang's statement of all-out support for Miss Universe-Philippines Maxine Medina ahead of the grand coronation.
PAGCOR targets more than P5 billion to the President's fund for sociocivic projects in 2017, says Assistant Vice President Arnell Ignacio.
In a rare moment, President Duterte stuck to his speech and was on his best behavior as Miss Universe candidates descended on Malacañang.
President Rodrigo Duterte reiterates his commitment to ending the scourge of illegal drugs and building friendships with other nations based on shared values and respect for international law.
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