Rappler's latest stories on miriam grace a. go
Reporting after the cyber libel verdict
Journalists are not the ones running scared
Coronavirus Updates: Metro Manila, Cebu City relax restrictions
We label June 1 as ‘The Hunger Games: NCR, Cavite, and Cebu City Editions.’ For those returning to work, it’s like getting into a death match.
Avatar robots at graduation? Japan pioneered them
A public school in Taguig is the first in the Philippines to dress robots in toga to represent its graduates. The first in the world to do that was a university in Tokyo.
Perfectly OK to stay home, says One OK Rock
As we in mega Manila rush out to the streets and malls, the world-famous Japanese rock band urges fans to remain holed up at home the way they know best: through a music video
Coronavirus Updates: Our lives starting May 16
What we know so far about the levels of lockdown across the country
Coronavirus Updates: Don’t let police abuse become normal
The Philippines is among the 15 countries in state of emergency where allegations of police brutality have been ‘deemed most troubling’
Shinzo Abe joins ‘Dancing on the Inside’ bandwagon
Musician Gen Hoshino launches a campaign urging Japanese people to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic, drawing big-name volunteers
Coronavirus Updates: While our doctors are dying
The government’s protocols don’t prioritize them in tests. They are discriminated against in public places. But those of us who know better are coming to their aid.
My heroes, our journalists
What good is news agenda if they don’t make it happen?
Weddings in the time of the coronavirus
The many stories in a roomful of couples wearing face masks
The Chinese among us
They can be crime suspects, victims, or complicit Filipinos
The politics of PH’s Taiwan travel ban
As coronavirus outbreak worsens, China dictates our response
Coronavirus threat: What local governments are doing
Some do what they can amid the national government’s incompetence
Who was prepared for the Taal Volcano emergency? Cavite
All its 23 towns and cities now host evacuees from Batangas
Amid Taal Volcano’s eruption, the hard questions
Let’s not be content with heartwarming stories of volunteerism
The only way Robredo could be wrong on drug war numbers
…is if the Duterte gov’t will admit it’s been messing up the figures
In 2020, we will tell more people stories
Rappler reporters share the most-read stories they’re proudest of
Are we hopeful for 2020? We have to be.
How to move on from the #Facepalm year that was 2019
In Duterte-land, U2’s Bono touches on the taboo
’You don’t compromise on human rights,’ he wants to tell the President
Did Malacañang say the press is free?
President Duterte’s threat to ABS-CBN contradicts his claim
Reporting on the SEA Games fiasco
Only incompetent officials are panicking over the media’s exposés
Bloated SEA Games budget and other exposés
Who says budget hearings are boring?
Rody, Leni, Imee: Reality checks, courtesy of Rappler exclusives
Infrastructure binge, deathless drug war, and photo-op with UP alumni
The Philippines, a killing field
Duterte’s kill mentality has emboldened every angry person with a gun
How does Duterte intend to solve the water crisis?
The President seeks ‘extraordinary powers’
These women are not just wives
We should report on them as persons with their own accomplishments
There’s a transportation crisis…
Yet some officials have the gall to belittle commuters’ travail
What have your mayors done in the first 100 days?
Rappler reports on cities and towns beyond press cons and PRs
Postponing the barangay and SK elections – again
It shows how we regard village and youth governance
Children, estranged couples, and neglected stories
Call us out when we forget people in policy
Between governance and romance
We’re glad Mayor Vico Sotto has pointed out what makes news
Thoughts about charter change
What I learned from following the initiative for decades
Dear political parties: For your rallies, hire a wedding planner
That’s the person you need to mount campaign events that everyone – the crowd, the journalists, and larger public – will remember.
Pera’t kapangyarihan: 5 bagay na ipinagkakatiwala natin sa mga halal sa barangay
Bago natin ihalal ang tambay na kapitbahay o ang bagitong ambisyoso sa Mayo 14, alamin muna kung gaano kalaking kapangyarihan at pondo ang ipagkakatiwala natin sa kanila
Funds and power: 5 things we entrust the barangay officials we elect
Before we elect the neighborhood 'tambay' or the ambitious political startup on May 14, know how much funds and powers we're entrusting them with
Rappler editors named distinguished UP mass communication alumni
Rappler editor at large Marites Dañguilan Vitug and news editor Miriam Grace A. Go receive the Glory Medal of Distinction for their achievements in investigative journalism
Campaign homestretch: 5 things to expect
The homestretch of the campaign still manages to come up with surprises that leave the unprepared candidates startled
Erap on Chiz: Nothing wrong with ambition
Is former president Joseph Estrada campaigning against Sen Chiz Escudero? The book Ambition Destiny Victory provides a background