The murder took place in the capital Manila, an especially bold act even in a country that ranks seventh most dangerous in the world for journalists.
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.
Their death certificates said they died of heart attacks or strokes, but a postmortem examination found bullet holes in their bones.
Many doubted Vice President Leni Robredo’s chances at becoming president, but her campaign kick-off heralded a possible repeat of her 2016 victory over Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
Lawmakers in the Philippines are combatting rampant misinformation by requiring users to register their names and phone numbers with their accounts.
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 megachurch leader, who allegedly threatened women members with “eternal damnation” if they didn’t have sex with him, is Rodrigo Duterte’s spiritual adviser.
The political drama in the Philippines could put Netflix to shame.
Bree Jonson died under mysterious circumstances within 24 hours of arriving at her new beachside home with a billionaire’s son.