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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
Ano ang mga kontrobersiyang hinaharap ng Department of Health sa gitna ng coronavirus pandemic?
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.
Ad agency GIGIL's Herbert Hernandez and Jeano Cruz bridge the gap between freelancers and clients through the initiative Indierectory
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.
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
Ano ang ginagawa ng gobyerno para tugunan ang pangangailangan ng mga jeepney driver sa panahon ng pandemya?
Many persons with disabilities don’t physically look disabled. Sometimes, that makes it even harder for them to get the help they need.
Migrating from Silicon Valley to "social media capital of the world," Kumu CEO Roland Ros champions Philippine tech as the next big thing
Bakit tumaas ang bilang ng mga kumpirmadong kaso ng coronavirus sa Cebu City at kalapit na mga bayan?
Did you know that during the 2013 Supreme Court oral arguments on the Cybercrime Prevention Act, then Solicitor General Francis Jardeleza categorically said that cyber libel has a prescription period of only one year?
Rappler explores the less popular but equally true discourse that sex workers sometimes engage in this activity on their own accord, and so they don’t consider informing authorities about it is in their best interest
From live shows to no shows, comedians Red Ollero and Mikey Andres now perform stand-up from their desktops
Host Naveen Ganglani chats with former Ateneo volleyball star Gretchen Ho, who shares how she jumped from sports to media
Hindi lamang mga mamamahayag ang maaapektuhan ng hatol kay Rappler CEO Maria Ressa at dating researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos Jr
Photographer Sonny Thakur shows us how a travel publication like Grid Magazine works from home
Saan nagkukulang ang gobyerno sa pagtulong sa mga bagong bayani?
The definitions are broader, detention is longer, and it has a 'killer' provision that equates dissent to terrorism
With the youth and students at the forefront of speaking truth to power, how are they dealing with the threat of the pending anti-terror bill?
Inside the Industry: The future of film production with Inter-Guild Alliance's Patti Lapus and Mara Marasigan
Filmmakers Patti Lapus and Mara Marasigan elaborate on the new Inter-Guild Alliance protocols for film production
Paano maaapektuhan ng anti-terror bill ang ordinaryong mamamayan?
We speak with Mela Habijan, who is both a trans woman and a Catholic. How does she reconcile the two?
Listen to this podcast as we go back to 2007, parse the loopholes in the rules of these writs, and try to imagine where we are headed with the current Supreme Court
Founder and CEO Henry Motte-Muñoz makes the present less scary for educators
Programa ng gobyerno para sa mawawalan ng trabaho dahil sa pandemya, sapat ba?
With the Philippine health system overwhelmed by the ongoing pandemic, are there enough resources to cater to non-coronavirus concerns?
In this episode, we explore another public space that will be fundamentally altered by the COVID-19 pandemic – the gym
We talk to President Rodrigo Duterte's former government corporate counsel, Rudolf Jurado, who says the 10% public service ad clause violates the constitutional guarantee to just compensation
Host Naveen Ganglani catches up with Bert Gomez de Liaño, who pulls the curtain on what it takes to be a parent to UP basketball stars Juan and Javi
Bakit tila ang due process ay para sa mga kakampi lamang ng Duterte administration?
For many, to be fat means to be unattractive, undesirable, unhealthy, and lazy. But some people want to turn that around.
From July 2019 to May 2020, Rappler has debunked at least 13 false posts about the issue
We ask fashion expert Amina Aranaz for her advice to fellow designers dealing with the pandemic
Ano ang dapat alalahanin ng mga ahensya ng gobyerno at eskwelahan sa kanilang paggawa ng guidelines sa pasukan?
We are reminded stay home to keep safe from the coronavirus. But what happens when home is not a safe place?
We break down the different laws that come into play and analyze how we got to the unthinkable ABS-CBN shutdown
Bakit malaki ang papel ng pulis at militar laban sa coronavirus pandemic?
We talk to owners Kiddo and Amy Cosio on how they are pivoting their beachfront business
The caution against a dangerous precedent, and the lack of jurisprudence for a mass release in a pandemic, make the Supreme Court petition difficult
We’re putting bisexuals in the spotlight! We talk to LGBT activist Vince Liban, who wants to debunk the many, many myths on being bi.
What's it like to cover Manny Pacquiao? Host Naveen Ganglani chats with boxing expert Ryan Songalia on what the end of the road looks like for the record-breaking champion
Ano ang mga pagbabagong nakita sa messaging ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte nitong mga nakaraang linggo?
Why are chain messages so common? Why is it important to scrutinize unverified information shared on messaging apps? How can you keep your group chat misinformation-free?
We talk to University of the Philippines Constitutional Law Professor Dan Gatmaytan
Paano kung walang PhilHealth ang may COVID-19?
In this episode, we continue our exploration into how different industries are adapting to the current pandemic and evolving for the future
Ano ang hakbang na dapat gawin upang masiguradong maayos ang proseso kung ito'y matutuloy?
The National Bureau of Investigation has summoned more than a dozen people over their coronavirus posts on social media. Justice reporter Lian Buan discusses freedom of speech during the pandemic with esteemed law experts in this latest episode.