Rodrigo Duterte took office a month ago promising impunity to vigilantes who kill drug dealers. People have taken him at his word, and it's been a massacre.
The president-elect plans to to fill his cabinet with women and ethnic minorities, but is also feared by those who document extrajudicial killings in the city he's governed.
Unofficial results indicate Rodrigo "Digong" Duterte, the controversial politician known as the "punisher" due to his promises to kill criminals, will be the Philippines' next president.
Rodrigo Duterte has said he killed criminals himself, would have liked to rape a "beautiful" woman, and is ready to dissolve congress if it doesn't do his bidding. Meet the man who might lead the Philippines.
On November 8, a massive storm surge ten feet deep and as high as seventeen feet in some places had devastated the city. Three days later, there was still no electricity, no cell phone service, and no internet. The media had satellite dishes to file...