Rappler's latest stories on midterm elections
Search and tweets on migrating are both up, as soon as partial and unofficial election results were released on May 13
The education department says that if data are collected properly through the Election Monitoring App, 'officials are able to easily get a picture of activities and reports within hours, not in weeks or months'
(UPDATED) With the upcoming polls serving as a 'referendum' for the administration of President Duterte, will more Filipino go out and vote in 2019?
Trump tweet provokes consternation across Washington, where politicians from both sides have long warned that political interference in Robert Mueller's work cannot be tolerated.
Two Filipino Americans are poised to become the new members of the City Council of South San Francisco
In his first press conference after the midterm election, the US president also calls on Republicans, Democrats to 'work together'
(UPDATED) 'On Sunday evening, US law enforcement contacted us about online activity that they recently discovered and which they believe may be linked to foreign entities,' Facebook says
(UPDATED) Hitting 3 states in one day, with a final late rally in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Donald Trump hammers home his boast that 'the Republican agenda is the American dream'
Here's a look at states where these rules could impact the outcome of the United States elections
Former United States president Barack Obama steps in to campaign more aggressively for Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections
All 435 seats in the House are up for grabs on November 6, while 35 seats in the 100-member Senate are at stake. Americans will choose new governors in 36 states.
(UPDATED) President Donald Trump makes the troop announcement before flying to Florida for the last stage of campaigning ahead of the midterm elections
In a historic first in American elections, voters are about to elect two Muslim women to congress
President Donald Trump say he will scrap a constitutional guarantee to citizenship for anyone born on US soil
'I heard he was a person that preferred me over others,' US President Donald Trump told reporters, but insisted, 'There is no blame'
The US Department of Justice says a suspect has been arrested in connection with 12 suspicious packages and pipe bombs sent to critics of Donald Trump
(UPDATED) The comments follow a combative series of tweets claiming Beijing's retaliatory tariffs on US goods were seeking to influence knife-edge midterm congressional elections in November
The new district is composed of Tagaytay City, Alfonso, General Aguinaldo, Magalles, Maragondon, Mendez, Naic, and Ternate
Democrats 'will overturn everything that we've done and they'll do it quickly and violently,' Trump says, according to a report from The New York Times
It is in the voting precincts, not on Twitter or Facebook, where voters shake things up. Will the 2019 elections be game changing or make us slide faster to the kangkungan?
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One of the contested issues in Baguio about federalism is its effect on the Cordillera Administrative Region's quest for autonomy
The feisty Davao City mayor and presidential daughter says her 'slot' in the Senate race is open to 'yellows,' as long as her father's enemies don't annoy her
Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III says this would give the ruling party time to screen candidates for the 2019 midterm elections
The VP bet chooses the LP standard bearer as the one he would likely have the hardest time working with if elected together
2ND UPDATE The 3 Supreme Court justices in the SET – who affirmed their vote to disqualify the senator – will inhibit themselves from the case should it be elevated to the High Court
Grace Poe s lawyer says the Comelec case has been effectively extinguished by the tribunal s decision The opposing camp calls this wishful thinking
The senator believes her period of residence in the Philippines up to the day before elections is 10 years and 11 months but her critics say she still lacks months to meet the residency requirement for presidential candidates
Instead of providing a direct mea culpa for the election losses Obama notes that Americans of all stripes have grown frustrated with Washington and as president they rightly hold me accountable to do more to make it work properly
Aside from the war against the Islamic State IS group in Iraq and Syria Tehran s nuclear program is undoubtedly the top foreign policy issue before Congress
The Supreme Court gives final ruling on political ads in 2016 Republicans dominate US midterm elections Washington DC and Oregon vote to legalize marijuana
The US leader is saddled with an image problem and must show Americans he still has projects he can accomplish and battles he can win
Tim Scott 49 was expected to easily win the historic vote after having been appointed un elected to the post in 2012 when the previous senator stepped down
30 year old Elise Stefanik a former White House aide to president George W Bush won New York s upstate 21st district beating her Democrat challenger film producer Aaron Woolf
UPDATED Ballots were held on issues ranging from gay marriage to bear baiting on the sidelines of midterm polls
The 38 year old George P Bush cruises to victory for the post of land commissioner which administers public lands and oversees lucrative mineral rights for oil and gas in Texas
UPDATED Riding a wave of public frustration Republicans seize at least 7 seats from Senate Democrats to claim the majority in both chambers of Congress for the first time since 2006
Polls suggest Republicans are on course to win the 6 Senate seats they would need to gain control of both chambers of Congress for the first time since 2006
Americans may still have to wait until December or even 2015 to learn who controls the chamber
Republicans are ideally positioned to snatch a Senate majority that would put Obama s rivals in charge of both chambers of Congress during his last two years
More Filipino Americans are expected to exercise their right to vote this year with opportunities opening up for aspirants and operatives
Abang Lingkod falsified documents to prove that it represents farmers Associate Justice Marvic Leonen says this betrays public trust
Sen Grace Poe speaks at ThinKPH about winning the May 2013 elections
The SC bars militant groups Bayan Muna Anakpawis and Gabriela from opposing a landmark part list ruling
COL Financial research head April Tan says the result of the midterm elections is like an invitation to investors
Rappler speaks with sociologist Nicole Curato on the social trends she observed in the 2013 elections
COL Financial President and CEO Conrado Bate says the situation in 2013 is different from past elections due to the lack of pending policies for attracting investments
The Armed Forces of the Philippines AFP declares red alert status on all its camps and units nationwide from May 10 to 15