The country’s two most powerful families teamed up to take the top leadership posts. How long will their political ambitions allow them to work together?
Many fear for the country's future, as early results indicate the return to power of a family responsible for one of the Philippines' darkest periods.
36 years since the Philippines ousted the dictator Ferdinand Marcos, his son and namesake is leading the race to become president.
When one candidate posted evidence of a clean drugs test, his rivals competing in the Philippine presidential race felt compelled to follow.
A “tandem of the country's worst spoiled brats hailing from the worst political dynasties,” are frontrunners in the upcoming national elections.
The move comes as the powerful and wealthy Marcos clan enjoys an image rehabilitation in the Philippines.
If there’s one thing the world knows about the Philippines’ infamous First Lady, it’s that she can’t say “no” to a pair of shoes. But where are they now?
Trump is expected to announce three cabinet-level appointments, a former Facebook editor says fake news could have been fixed, US astronaut Peggy Whitson becomes oldest woman in space, and more.
The tough-talking Duterte, mayor of Davao City in the south, campaigned on the single issue of crushing crime and now faces a daunting task of fixing infrastructure, creating jobs and reducing poverty.