How To Cope With Election Results You Didn’t Want
Psychologists offer advice for the grief, anxiety, and anger that comes to many after an election.
Manny Pacquiao Says If He Wins The Presidency He Will Jail His Corrupt Friends
He’s changed his mind about the war on drugs and the death penalty, but not about same-sex marriage.
The Long Battle to End ‘Contractualization’ in the Philippines
The practice of “contractualization” or “endo” has employees stuck in fixed-term jobs with no benefits.
Philippines President Duterte is Waging War Against Environmental Activists
In 2019, 212 environmental defenders were killed worldwide. Of those, 43 were killed in the Philippines.
Duterte Labels Drug War Critics Malevolent Predators Who "Ooze Blood”
The President of the Philippines used his inaugural United Nations speech to lash out at human rights campaigners who are in the line of fire in the country's war on drugs
Transgender Pageant Winner From Philippines Slams Pardon of US Marine Who Killed Trans Woman
Mela Franco Habijan was crowned 'Miss Trans Global' as a U.S. Marine who murdered a transgender woman in 2014 was being set free in the Philippines.
Coronavirus Lockdowns Have Not Stopped Vigilante Killers in Duterte's Philippines
Activists targeted by the government are stuck at home due to draconian lockdowns, giving them no way to escape from the hitmen actively hunting them down.
A Photo of Burnt-Out Medical Workers in the Philippines Goes Viral. Duterte Says They Should Stop Complaining.
In response to criticism of his handling of the pandemic, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told medical workers they needed to do some “soul searching,” and that rather than help, “all you do is complain.”
More Dead Bodies, Gov’t Takeovers: Duterte's Authoritarian Threats Continue
In his nearly two-hour State of the Nation Address riddled with contradictions and ironies, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte laid future plans to continue to exert his power against those he considers enemies.
Philippine Police Seize Thousands of Copies of 'Anti-Government' Publication
Just a day before President Rodrigo Duterte's State of the Nation Address, an office raid of a local magazine raises fears of diminishing liberties.
Duterte’s Sidekick Is Having His Online Critics Investigated Amid Fears of Gov’t Abuse of Cybercrime Laws
Philippine senator Bong Go, a close Duterte ally, requested authorities open investigations against several online commenters under the country’s controversial cyberlibel laws.
In a Win for Duterte, the Philippine Congress Officially Shut Down the Country’s Largest News Network
President Rodrigo Duterte had repeatedly stated that he had a personal grudge against the network.