Duterte expects long road towards peace, federalism

Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte said he expects long and contentious discussions towards achieving peace with communist and Muslim rebels and establishing a federal form of government.

Duterte: President’s day starts at 1pm

DAVAO CITY – Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte, who is known for working late into the night, said his official schedule would start at 1 p.m.

China must follow arbitration ruling, Duterte says

DAVAO CITY – China must follow a United Nations-backed arbitration tribunal’s ruling on the Philippines’ petition to nullify its vast claims on the South China Sea, incoming president Rodrigo Duterte said Saturday.

14 facts about the Philippines' 14th VP

Did you know that incoming Vice President Leni Robredo is the country's first Bicolano VP? Here are 13 other things to know about the country's 14th VP.

Bongbong's loss deals blow to Marcoses' revival

A win for Bongbong Marcos would have been the family's biggest political victory since its humiliating downfall in 1986 after a People Power uprising ended 20 years of the family's rule.

READ: Final tally sheets for President, VP

Here's a look at the consolidated official tally sheets of the Certificates of Canvass for the 2016 presidential and vice-presidential elections.

Who are the Red nominees to Duterte's Cabinet?

Fidel Agcaoili said the names on the National Democratic Front of the Philippines shortlist were chosen based on their integrity and competency.

Amid canvassing, Robredo celebrates husband's birthday

Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo officially won the vice-presidential race on Friday, after Congress, sitting as National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) completed its counting of votes from 167 certificates of canvass (COCs).

Duterte labor chief warns companies against contractualization

The Philippines' incoming labor secretary said companies that skirt laws to hire employees on a contractual basis just to cut costs were in danger of being shut down.

Almendras: Nothing wrong with Duterte's talks with China

Outgoing Foreign Affairs Secretary Rene Almendras said on Thursday he sees nothing wrong with the incoming administration of Rodrigo Duterte reviving talks with China to resolve the dispute in the West Philippine Sea.