The US State Department and Hillary Clinton calls on Rodrigo Duterte to show respect after he insulted President Obama.
The U.S. stressed the need for ties with the Philippines to be based on respect, after Manila's new leader called Obama a "son of a bitch."
Duterte's vulgar language is causing ruptures abroad. How long will his firebrand diplomacy last?
Assertive action by China's coast guard in the South China Sea risks destabilizing the region, according to researchers.
Malaysia and Thailand are attractive economies but avoid the Philippines for now, says David Riedel, president of Riedel Research Group.
Rodrigo Duterte used a Filipino phrase to describe what he'd say to Obama if the U.S President raised human rights issues in their talk.
There is a steep learning curve when it comes to presidential behavior, says Institute for Political and Electoral Reform's Ramon Casiple.
Duterte talks a big game but long-term U.S.-Philippines relations are likely to remain strong, says Jayant Menon, senior economist at ADB.
There's still hope for passing the TPP given how pro-trade Republicans have control of the Senate, says Alexander Feldman, U.S.-ASEAN Business Council.
CNBC's Bernie Lo explains why U.S. President Barack Obama called off his meeting with the Philippines' president. It's not pretty.
Duterte's comment is dominating headlines but the Philippines remains a key U.S. ally, says Alexander Feldman from the U.S.-ASEAN Business Council.
The U.S. military presence in the Philippines, and trade between the two countries, are key issues, says Frank Troise, MD at Leonteq Securities.
Little stands in the way of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte, even as the number of people killed since he came to power reaches 2,400.
Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte declared on Saturday a nationwide 'state of lawlessness' after a bombing killed 14 people.
Davao City Police told NBC News that there were reports of one explosion targeted the night market at Roxas Street.
One company is making the traditionally staid world of warehouse management is getting exciting, with a little help from technology.
Southeast Asian countries are turning to alternative energy and multilateral cooperation to meet their growing energy demands. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah has more.
The Philippine President will be meeting Barack Obama in Laos next week on the sidelines of an East Asia summit.
As Asean leaders gather in Laos for their annual summit, the focus will be on the group's relationship with China amid the South China Sea controversy.
The Philippine government and Communist rebels will sign an indefinite ceasefire agreement as part of efforts to end a five-decade conflict.