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There was a time the PNP stood for what is right, even if it meant hurting their president
Who is the biggest recruiter for the communist movement? Surely the generals know?
We have thousands of George Floyds. But they’re abused not because of the color of their skin as much as because of where and how they live.
We should expect President Duterte to keep on seeing red throughout this pandemic and we should stay vigilant in making sure he’s not going to arm-twist us into accepting that the coronavirus is armed
Let’s look at some of the challenges that this pandemic is forcing us to face and which are changing our world in incremental ways
The coronavirus outbreak is not only messing up everyone’s business and personal travel plans, but is also hitting economies hard and reshaping the global supply chain that the world has grown accustomed to
Will Duterte blink before the company that gave him – in his long stint as Davao mayor – a broadcast platform where he mastered the art of pulpit politics?
'2020 should be the time for action, and should be a time for reflection that leads to very concrete steps,' says Rappler managing editor Glenda Gloria
And so it is that all our hopes for a calmer February may have been dashed. What happened last month anyway that could impact the coming weeks?
Golpe de gulat is the Duterte administration's tool in telling the business elite that their time is up, that the future belongs to a new oligarchy
What’s at stake and what can we expect this week in the aftermath of the assassination of the general who had shaped the battlefield in the Middle East and helped direct Assad’s war in Syria?
Journalists who speak truth to power, citizens who turn rage into action – these are among the 5 things that make 2019 stand out
In a land of scarcity and impunity, we celebrate justice, no matter how hollow. Now, to the hard facts.
The Philippines’ biggest court verdict this year is set to be promulgated on Thursday, when a Quezon City court is scheduled to decide on the worst case of media killings in the country’s history
There’s no breather in the newsroom this week. For one, the Obamas are in the neighborhood!
While the road to the SEA Games was paved with good intentions, it’s riddled with holes that are being covered up now by a massive propaganda network
Typhoon Kammuri or the potential Tisoy is likely to affect the same areas battered by deadly typhoons Glenda (Rammasun) in 2014 and Reming (Durian) in 2006
Are you one of the 'unpatriotic' Filipinos who griped and groused over the Philippines’ (lack of) preparations for the 2019 Southeast Asian Games?
It's been 10 years since the gruesome Maguindanao massacre. What makes warlords like the Ampatuans survive the ravages of time?
At this stage in the drug war, is the PNP ready to be tamed or is it more anxious to cover its ass?
Lawyer and former Ateneo School of Government Dean Tony La Viña joins Rappler Inc's 2019 Board of Directors
We wonder how many stories in the high seas are left untold – whether by Philippine Navy troops who would get into confrontations with Chinese ships or Filipino fishermen who are constantly harassed in our own waters
In the Philippines, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s death will likely have little operational impact on the recruitment and plans of terrorists, who thrive on our porous backdoor and fertile areas for agitation
If you think the young will back down from the chaos, think again. The world beckons them to act.
When does resignation become an act of courage and a show of character? When does it serve the greater good?
Keep in mind that Robredo's goal here is to get that protest dismissed completely. Anything less than that would of course give Marcos the political and PR headwinds he needs to shape his 'I was cheated' narrative
We are all under siege, all on trial over Darwin Dormitorio's death and over his classmates’ and schoolmates’ participation in the everyday steps that led him to his last vomit
Duterte the patron knows what a patron expects – debt of gratitude, acquiescence despite being wronged, and the unconditional acceptance that the patron will make up for mistakes, one way or the other
We write stories not only because they need to be told but because they ought to help clarify this murky world. I hope to talk to you about this, and more, every Tuesday.
There is no harm in attempting to bring back the culture of reading especially in the age of scrolling
To drag your armed forces into this political game is to spook it. And the consequences of that will come in painful increments.
Watch Rappler's midday newscast with Gelo Gonzales
'The new world is compelling us journalists to not merely adapt to these vast changes in our midst, but to define more clearly who we are, how we can rise above the noise and the lies, and what we can do to make things better'
As we prepare to celebrate World Press Freedom Day, we try to take stock not only of our freedom to tell stories and speak truth to power, but also of our new world that we assume appreciates such freedom
'The allegations against me are baffling and unfounded,' says Rappler CEO Maria Ressa in her counter-affidavit filed with the DOJ on her behalf by her lawyers
Four new members led by economist Winnie Monsod and veteran lawyer Jun Factoran join the Rappler Board
The Nieman class of 2018 urges the Philippine government and President Rodrigo Duterte to 'respect media freedoms and independence'
Managing editor Glenda M Gloria joins 23 other journalists from all over the world who will be members of Nieman class of 2018
Typhoon Nina could wreak havoc in the same way that past typhoons Milenyo Santi and Glenda brought extensive damage
Senator Aquino also cautioned against the spread of fake news on a large scale at a forum organized by the Asia Society and INCITEGov
Dishes include a fabulous beef entree a yamang dagat tinola and a modern take on the classic maja blanca
Who were the deal makers and the negotiators of the EDSA 3 uprising in 2001 that attempted to bring back to power Joseph Estrada? Who were the plotters behind the brazen power grab attempt?
At the rate things are going 2016 will probably yet again surprise even the veterans among us
Disaster preparedness efforts of the Aquino administration have improved since Super Typhoon Yolanda and the Visayas earthquake But efforts to rehabilitate disaster hit areas remain wanting
Would the 1998 scenario of Fidel Ramos and Renato de Villa happen today between the President and standard bearer in waiting Mar Roxas?
Journalist Marcus Brauchli of NBM says I think Rappler is one of the most innovative digital media companies we have seen in any market around the world What we want is to be able to take many of their ideas the pioneering concepts that Rappler is working with in the Philippines and deploy them in other markets