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President Rodrigo Duterte wants Chinese gaming operator Jack Lam to pay the right taxes once he returns to the country.

Despite alleged plots to oust him, President Rodrigo Duterte remains confident that he has the support of majority of the Filipinos, Malacañang said on Thursday.

The Commission on Higher Education is on "wait and see" mode after President Rodrigo Duterte excluded its chairperson Patricia Licuanan from Cabinet meetings.

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President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday assured Vice President Leni Robredo that she will be able to finish her six-year term.

Defense secretary Delfin Lorenzana said Thursday it's highly unlikely his country will allow the U.S. military to use it as a springboard for freedom of navigation patrols in the disputed South China Sea to avoid antagonizing China.

Malacañang on Thursday said opposition to President Rodrigo Duterte’s policies and to decisions his administration his made are all welcome.

The government must work to promote condom use—particularly among men who have sex with men—to help stem a rise in HIV cases in the Philippines, where 32,647 diagnosed cases have been reported since 1984.

The Liberal Party on Thursday defended itself anew from President Rodrigo Duterte's accusations that is is launching an ouster plan to install its member, Vice President Leni Robredo, in the presidency.

Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa said that President Rodrigo Duterte was just giving his full support when he said that he will not let cops implicated in Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa's killing to be jailed.

The House Justice committee seems to have rushed the approval of the death penalty bill, Vice President Leni Robredo, a former member of Congress, said Thursday.

Malacañang on Thursday said President Rodrigo Duterte’s statement that he will not let police officers implicated in the killing of Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. go to jail should not be taken to mean the president will interfere in the case.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said yesterday he felt "like a saint" after his phone conversation last week with US President-elect Donald Trump, who he said praised him for "doing great" in his deadly campaign against illegal drugs.

Communist rebels warned President Duterte  yesterday that they may be forced to end their monthslong ceasefire and resume fighting if he does not suspend the government’s counterinsurgency program and withdraw troops from rebel-influenced areas.