In the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, people in the Philippines attended mass on Sunday morning. The president faces criticism for the slow pace of aid deliveries to the survivors.
The powerful Catholic Church in the Philippines has raised its voice against the government's brutal war on drugs. More than 80 people have been killed by police in the last week alone.
The former president of the Philippines faces charges for a 2015 police raid that left 44 officers dead. Benigno Aquino was indicted for usurping authority and allowing a suspended police chief to run the fatal raid.
Anti-drug squads in the Philippines have executed 32 people in 24 hours, marking the bloodiest day in the country's "war on drugs." Duterte praised the killings, calling on the police to kill "another 32 everyday."
The US president has described the RAISE Act as the "most significant" immigration reform in half a century. But Republicans and activists have criticized it, with some saying it reflects a "white nationalist agenda."
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