Trump's Phone Call With Taiwanese President Causes Diplomatic Controversy
Trump broke with four decades of U.S. foreign policy, and Beijing has lodged an official protest.
Donald Trump Speaks With Taiwan's Leader Sparking Potential Rift With China
ABC News' David Wright and Matt Dowd report the latest news on the president-elect's transition into the White House.
Philippines President Duterte Phones Trump
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has telephoned U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and had a brief but "very engaging, animated conversation" in which both leaders invited each other to visit his country
China Rescues 2 Filipino Fishermen at Disputed Shoal
Chinese coast guard ships have rescued two Filipino fishermen in bad weather at a disputed shoal and handed them back Friday to the Philippines in a show of how President Rodrigo Duterte has turned once-frosty relations with Beijing
China Rescues 2 Filipino Fishermen in Disputed Shoal
The Philippine coast guard says its Chinese counterpart has rescued two Filipino fishermen in bad weather in a disputed shoal in a show of how once-frosty relations have improved after President Rodrigo Duterte reached out to revive ties with Beijing
2 Filipino Militants Who Left Bomb Near US Embassy Captured
Philippine police say they have captured two local sympathizers of the Islamic State group who they alleged tried to detonate a bomb near the U.S. Embassy and prompted authorities to raise a terror alert
Woman's Flea Market Find Comes With Extra Heart
Tammie Diaz bought the Purple Heart military medal for $10 and returned it to the family of a U.S. Navy gunner who died in World War II.
Russia Eyes Supplying Military Hardware to the Philippines
Russia's ambassador to the Philippines says Moscow is not discussing a military alliance with Manila, but rather a partnership and friendship that would see Russia supply arms and transfer technology to the long-standing U.S. ally
Nude Students, Filipino Activists Protest Dictator's Burial
Thousands of Filipinos, including more than a dozen nude students, have protested against the hasty burial of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos in a heroes' cemetery, in a growing political storm that's lashing the president who allowed the entombment
Philippines Say 1,240 Chinese Arrested for Illegal Work
More than 1,200 Chinese nationals allegedly working illegally for a call center-like operation suspected to be a front for online gambling have been arrested at a resort and casino complex north of Manila, the Philippine immigration chief said Friday