The Filipino Votes
2019 Election Results
Facing UN review, Philippine officials want to shift focus away from drug war deaths
CHR to cooperate in UN rights probe
Chel Diokno unfazed over disbarment raps threat in writ of kalikasan petition
This Week's Episodes
The Source: Oscar Albayalde
The government rejects a United Nations Council resolution seeking to probe the human rights situation in the country. Also, three years into the relentless war on drugs, is there a need to overhaul and change the campaign to prevent so-called 'collateral damage'?
The Source: Gwen Pimentel-Gana
The President 'seriously considering' cutting ties with Iceland following a United Nations Human Rights Council resolution seeking to probe the country's human rights situation. The government rejects the United Nations Human Rights Council resolution, defending that the country's justice system is working.
The Source: Theodore Te
A bombshell on the Writ of Kalikasan petition. Fishermen withdrawing from the case, claiming deception. Now the solicitor general warns the fishermen's lawyers of possible disbarment. Also, the government eyes cutting diplomatic ties with Iceland following its resolution to look into the country's human rights situation.
The Source: Jose Calida
Fishermen deny any plans to sue the government making the petition for a 'writ of kalikasan' on the brink of dismissal but a lawyers' group isn't giving up just yet, demanding the government to protect the West Philippine Sea.
The Source: Matteo Guidicelli
From leading man roles, to certified singer and concert performer. Now he takes on a more challenging role as Army reservist and finishes rigorous scout ranger training with honors.
The Source: Risa Hontiveros
President Rodrigo Duterte warns of 'dangerous times' ahead for the country expressing a possible spillover of global terrorism to parts of the Philippines. Both the AFP and PNP say they are ready to face enemies of the state. Also, senators filed their priority bills for the 18th Congress and one lawmaker wants to give the divorce and anti-discrimination bill another shot.
The Source: Alfredo Garbin and Joey Salceda
President Rodrigo Duterte steps in endorsing Taguig Representative Alan Peter Cayetano as next Speaker of the House while next in line is PDP-Laban bet Marinduque Representative Lord Allan Velasco and can Cayetano unify the House and keep the so-called super majority intact?
The Source: Dick Gordon
President Rodrigo Duterte insists that what happened in Recto Bank is a 'small maritime incident' amid calls to make China accountable over the incident. Also, the proposal to bring back the death penalty, and another push for the lowering of criminal age of responsibility
The Source: Nicka Hosaka and Ariel Inton
Thousands of TNVS units stage a transport holiday. What is the impact to the commuting public and how is the government addressing the drivers' appeal? We sit down with Grab Philippines Spokesperson Nicka Hosaka and Lawyers For Commuters Safety and Protection Founder Ariel Inton.
Authorities urge Laguna school shooting suspect to surrender
The manhunt operation is underway to arrest the suspect in the killing of a Grade 7 student inside a school in Calamba, Laguna. School officials are beefing up security after tragic incident. Education Department Spokesperson Annalyn Sevilla tells us more.
The Source: Oscar Albayalde
The Philippine National Police clarifies that they have no intention to immediately arrest people who would file impeachment cases against President Rodrigo Duterte. The PNP says that an 'arrest' could only happen if there will be law violations committed and after a thorough investigation. And with the first possible case of a Filipino suicide bomber in Sulu and the arrest of a Kenyan national linked to Al Qaeda terrorist group, how does the government step up efforts in preventing security threats?
The Source: Karlo Nograles
Both the Philippines and China agree it's about time to put an end on the Recto Bank issue after Beijing rejects a third country to investigate the maritime incident. Also, sans documentation, is a verbal fishing deal with China legally binding? The House Speakership race heats up with the Presidential son and Davao lawmaker announcing his bid for the post. And three years into the Duterte administration, can Filipinos feel real positive 'change'?
The Source: Isko Moreno
From collecting garbage in Tondo to gathering solutions for Manila's many problems, the capital's newly-elected mayor buckles down to work, laying down his priorities in transforming the city. Will Manila become cleaner, more efficient, progressive, yet corruption-free under his watch? Let's go straight to 'The Source' of the story: Manila Mayor Isko Moreno.
The Source: Dong Gonzales
The battle for the next House Speaker is far from over, at least for other speakership aspirants and their supporters. The ruling PDP-Laban endorses the candidacy of Marinduque representative Lord Allan Velasco amid President Rodrigo Duterte's pronouncements that he will not endorse anybody among leading contenders. Will PDP-Laban change its mind on the proposed term sharing? And will the house of representatives maintain the so-called supermajority? We go straight to 'The Source' of the story: Pampanga 3rd District Representative and PDP-Laban National Vice President Aurelio 'Dong' Gonzales Jr.
The Source: Carlos Zarate and Fred Castro
Let's go straight to The Source of the story with Representatives Fred Castro and Carlos Zarate.
The Source: Jennifer Rufo and Jeric Sevilla
Let's go straight to The Source of the story with Maynilad and Manila Water spokespersons Jennifer Rufo and Jeric Sevilla.
The Source: Sevillo David Jr.
Let's go straight to The Source of the story: National Water Resources Board Executive Director Sevillo David Jr. and PAGASA Hydrologist Elmer Caringal.
The Source: Salvador Panelo
Let's go straight to The Source of the story with Presidential Spokesman Salvador 'Sal' Panelo.
The Source: Albert del Rosario
Let's go straight to The Source of the story: Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario.
The Source: Ian Veneracion
Let's go straight to 'The Source' of the story with Ian Veneracion.