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Advancing to the semifinals on NBC's World of Dance, UPeepz coaches Chips Beltran and Phim Villanueva tell us what it takes to impress J. Lo on the big stage
'The denial of ABS-CBN’s franchise application resonates with all of us: our job security, our freedom of information, expression, and the press and, our fundamental right to know and be happy'
It will seem our laws and regulations can be easily weaponized against certain business interests, at the President’s whim
Huling ipinasara ang ABS-CBN nang idineklara ang Martial Law sa bansa noong 1972, pero ngayon, testamento ito sa pag-iral ng 'virtual martial law'
'From targeting a universe of a few dozens or at most a few hundred terrorists, the law can be used against thousands, even tens of thousands of activists, critics, and dissidents'
The award-winning drug war documentary is free to stream until Sunday, July 12, 11:59 pm
It will cost the Comelec at least P4 billion, and it will overlap with its preparation for the 2022 elections. Let’s set the exercise aside for when we truly need it.
The viral video contains several unproven conspiracy theories that were already debunked by fact checking organizations
Clearly, the Philippine government wasted the most precious commodity in a crisis: time
'Count the deaths. Count the sufferings. Count the fear and division he has cast over our nation...'
In the face of an unseen enemy, communication down to the grassroots is key, according to the mayors of Odiongan, Romblon; Tabaco, Albay; Barugo, Leyte; Oras, Eastern Samar
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Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto began his term by cleaning up the local government’s procurement process and auditing its assets. When the coronavirus pandemic hit, the city had money to help every household, and then some.
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Ano ang mga kontrobersiyang hinaharap ng Department of Health sa gitna ng coronavirus pandemic?
It is Congress, not the Court, that deliberates on franchise renewals. ABS-CBN’s petition also still remains pending before the SC, which will resume deliberations on July 13.
The members of the European Parliament's Media Working Group say that the cyber libel conviction 'is part of an orchestrated campaign of legal harassment against Maria Ressa and Rappler'
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'It is now hoped that petitions to junk the anti-terror law filed in the Supreme Court can be judiciously decided sooner than later'
(UPDATED) The 'disente' photo was taken in March 2018, while the 'bastos' photo was a stock photo that has been used in some articles shortly before Boracay's closure in April 2018
'Already, many people in the provinces and our islands have lost access to their only sources of news. This has life and death implications for many...'
This treatise on empathy and forgiveness may be the needed, but not the easiest, pill to swallow
Rappler catches up with Philippine women's basketball star Jack Animam, who is taking her talents to Taiwan
Data show that the Philippine economy was already falling during the latter part of Marcos’ dictatorship
Despite rising cases, Philippine government lifts international travel ban, allows tourism | Evening wRap
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Ang comments section ay tuntungan din ng mga tao upang magpahayag ng kanilang ideya na dati’y eksklusibo lang sa mga letter-to-the-editor section ng pahayagan
This Instagram artist speaks volumes
'What should the people do? Should they delete their old posts or make their accounts private?' That may not be enough.
'[China's] seizing control of the South China Sea is but the maritime step in a much larger strategic goal: dominating Asia by 2050'
Cuneta did not say that the President is weak or that the Liberal Party will return to power in 2022
Are constructing new bathrooms and giving sewing classes enough to welcome girls in high schools that are so used to being all-boys? Rappler explores the topic with La Salle Green Hills and Ateneo Senior High School alumni.
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Only 34% of the Duterte administration's flagship infrastructure projects are being implemented, so far
Ad agency GIGIL's Herbert Hernandez and Jeano Cruz bridge the gap between freelancers and clients through the initiative Indierectory
On Monday, July 6, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to Asian studies professor Patricio Abinales about how the Philippine National Police can be reformed
Let's reflect on the hate 'The Last of Us 2' has received
'The ability of the startups to pivot is crucial for them to remain afloat during this time. They must be able to adapt and innovate quickly to continue operating and to also, protect the jobs of their workforce,' says the QBO director
Masakit mang aminin, nagtagumpay ang puwersa ng panunupil sa pagpapasa ng mga batas na ito sa Hong Kong at Pilipinas
'Duterte is now encountering hurdles in his authoritarian drive as perhaps never before'
The government trying to make systems work is a welcome thing, but is it sincere and is it moving fast enough? We take a nuanced look at policy work.
The 'Idol Philippines' alum is performing on this Live Jam from home!
Chino Nicanor, a writer for the drama 'A Soldier's Heart,' is just one of the thousands of employees affected by the shutdown of the media giant
Fil-Am sprinter Kristina Knott discovers her Filipino identity by representing the country
Former UAAP star Mike Cortez takes a trip down the La Salle memory lane with host Naveen Ganglani
A coronavirus frontliner at a public hospital weighs in on how President Rodrigo Duterte handled the biggest crisis to hit his government so far