Rappler's latest stories on 2019 yearend stories
Will students from indigenous communities be able to return to their schools now that martial law in Mindanao has been lifted?
How is the Philippines dealing with outbreaks in 2020? Health reporter Janella Paris talks to researcher Vernise Tantuco about it on this episode of 'Making Space'
Singers, producers, band members, music video directors, journalists pitch in to identify the albums that defined the Pinoy music of the 2010s.
Rappler traces the origin of F/B Pengyou from Batangas to Occidental Mindoro. The tattered boat is the latest in the government's bungled assistance efforts for the fishermen of Gem-Ver.
In some parts of the Philippines, children as young as 12 years old can get married. Listen as Rappler's Vernise Tantuco and Mara Cepeda explore the topic in this episode of 'Making Space.'
Do yourselves a favor and give these artists a listen
Part 2: This year's budget is far less controversial than 2019, but to achieve that, compromises were made. Will it be worth it?
Most departments gain substantial increases in 2020's P4.1-trillion national budget, as the government recuperates from the effects of the 4-month budget delay in 2019
Science Secretary Fortunato de la Peña says DOST has started to promote their technologies in specific forums catering to different sectors, technologies, and products
(UPDATED) With nearly a million teachers nationwide, a salary increase for them would already entail big sums of money, according to some government officials
As a world in climate crisis enters a new decade, here are 5 major trends that will shape society and business in the coming year
They're ditching farming as their children drop out of school. Will there still be Filipino rice farmers left in this new decade?
Here's a roundup of Philippine showbiz news in 2019
We look back at the ups and downs of the Philippine pageant scene
With the Olympics just around the bend, the Philippines turns to 10 sports in its bid for Tokyo 2020 berths
Rappler looks back at the videos that shaped the year that was
Rappler reporters share the most-read stories they’re proudest of
Countries like Costa Rica offer us promising examples of the 'possible'
Check out the most memorable moments of the this decade in Philippine sports
Majority of the claims debunked by Rappler came in the form of simple text and graphics, such as false captions, articles, and quote cards
Journalists who speak truth to power, citizens who turn rage into action – these are among the 5 things that make 2019 stand out
Meet the athletes who made 2019 a year to remember for Philippine sports
From Greta Thunberg, the LGBTQ+, the #metoo movement, the fact-checkers to the Magnitsky activists, history slams us with one truth: 'power is not given, it is taken'
Facebook faces a number of incidents that compromised users' privacy. Here's how they dealt with the controversies in the last 10 years.
Once the least trusted among the bets for Speaker, Alan Peter Cayetano works double time to woo House members. His tactics seem to be paying off.
Remember when reactions were limited to likes, the Timeline was the Wall, notifications were filled with Farmville requests, and getting 5 likes for your status update was already a huge feat?
8 history-makers in politics, climate and humanitarian activism, music, and astronomy who were unknown in 2018
In the coming year, the government will have to engage migrant worker groups across the globe and their host countries to ensure that OFWs are adequately insulated from the tectonic shifts that are affecting labor markets
2019 was definitely a year of food for Manila's most rabid, patient foodies – the lines for these international food chains say it all
Here are this year's top quotes from some of the world’s best athletes
From video streaming wars to tech tinged with international intrigue, here are our picks for the biggest tech trends in 2019
Our reporters and researchers pay tribute to colleagues from other news organizations who delivered stories they wish they pursued in 2019
Part 1: Rappler returns to San Jose 5 months later, in November, as the crewmen finish their repairs and prepare to sail back to Recto Bank. While Gem-Ver has been patched up, its men have drifted apart.
Although scientists have warned for decades about the risk to humanity and Earth posed by unfettered burning of fossil fuels, in 2019 their message seems to have finally hit home
Here's a rundown of some of the most exciting and memorable scientific stories in the Philippines in 2019
From finishing last in the FIBA World Cup to winning another gold in the Southeast Asian Games, it was a roller-coaster year for Gilas Pilipinas
Here's what happened this year in the world of tech
Farmers and agricultural workers remain the most targeted, representing 63% of deaths
A review of 2019, an outlook of 2020: News, analyses, and in-depth reports
Here's a quick lookback at the results of the 2019 midterm elections
‘I think this year is really redemption,’ says Gilas Women team standout Jack Animam, who wishes the Philippines will soon have a women’s basketball league
At a time when polarizing issues and disinformation muddle conversations on digital platforms, people have shown that social media remains to be a means to engage communities for social good