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Duterte creates new anti-red tape office

President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday ordered the creation of a new office focused on advising him and the Anti-Red Tape Authority on expediting government transactions.

Caring for COVID-19 patients at home

With hospitals and facilities pushed to the limit, many COVID-19 patients have no choice but to receive treatment at home. And even in a country known for having close family ties, this may be a challenge. For some though, getting through the crisis brought them closer. More from our senior correspondent and anchor Ruth Cabal.

Chaos erupts at a Taguig payout center

The NCR Plus bubble has shifted from the enhanced community quarantine to the more relaxed MECQ. But most families are still waiting for their much needed cash aid which they were supposed to receive during the stricter lockdown. Gerg Cahiles has the details.

Bitcoin soars to new record above $62,700

Bitcoin has rocketed to a new record above $62,700 as investors gear up for this week's eagerly awaited direct listing of cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global.

DepEd rejects calls for academic break

The Department of Education said Tuesday there is no need for an academic break amid the surge in COVID-19 cases, noting that what the students need are less strict policies, which the agency is already implementing.

The Source: Sen. Imee Marcos

After almost 2 weeks away from the public eye President Rodrigo Duterte addresses the nation amid speculations over his health. It's the second day of the modified enhanced community quarantine in the NCR Plus Bubble. But the health authorities warn we're not out of the woods yet despite the more relaxed quarantine status. And, with high numbers of COVID-19 cases, death and hospitals remain full. Is it high time to abolish the government's Inter Agency Task Force for its COVID-19 response? Pinky Webb speaks to Senator Imee Marcos.

Public urged to demand gov’t, companies to reduce carbon footprint

Environmental organization Greenpeace Philippines calls on the public to join calls to demand that the government and corporations reduce their carbon dioxide output, underscoring there are just nine years left to decarbonize and embrace renewable resources to avoid the “worst impacts” of climate change