China, Philippines discuss joint South China Sea projects
Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano has hailed a "golden period" in ties with China despite differences over the South China Sea as the countries discussed how they might conduct joint development projects in the disputed waters
Trump calls for death penalty for drug dealers
"The View" co-hosts discuss Trump's doubling-down on calls to implement the death penalty for drug dealers.
ICC: Philippines withdrawal won't affect preliminary probe
The International Criminal Court says the Philippines decision to leave the organization will have no effect on an on-going preliminary probe into possible crimes committed during Manila's war on drugs
UN: Philippines' pullout from ICC is effective in 1 year
The UN says it has received official notification of the Philippines' decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, a decision that followed the tribunal's announcement of a preliminary probe of drug suspect killings under the president
Russian dissident: 'Only vote that matters in a dictatorship like Russia is Putin's'
Russian dissident Garry Kasparov, chairman of the Human Rights Foundation, joins "This Week" to discuss Sunday's presidential election in Russia, which he calls a "charade."
10 dead as small plane slams into house in Philippines
Philippine police say a small passenger plane carrying five people crashed into a house shortly after takeoff north of Manila and killed all those onboard and two people on the ground
Philippines , Kuwait agree on migrant labor protection pact
The Philippines and Kuwait agreed on a draft migrant labor protection pact after talks set off by the discovery of a maid's body last month in a freezer
Duterte withdrawing Philippines from Int'l Criminal Court
President Rodrigo Duterte says the Philippines is withdrawing its ratification of a treaty that created the International Criminal Court, where he is facing a possible complaint over thousands of suspects killed in his anti-drug crackdown
UN rights chief: Philippines' Duterte should undergo checks
The United Nations' human rights chief has suggested that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte "needs to submit himself to some sort of psychiatric evaluation" over his "unacceptable" remarks about some top human rights defenders