Rappler's latest stories on year opener
Despite the passage of the Reproductive Health Law in 2012, there are still around 150,000 adolescent-led families that lack support
What can be done about the alarming rates of adolescent pregnancies in the Philippines? We explore the topic with insights from Oxfam Pilipinas' Erika Geronimo.
What challenges lie ahead for indigenous children in Mindanao after the government closed down 54 Lumad schools? Rius Valle of the Save Our Schools Network give us some answers.
What is it like to take your abuser to court? This is one woman's story.
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.
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.'
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 reporters share the most-read stories they’re proudest of
A review of 2019, an outlook of 2020: News, analyses, and in-depth reports
(UPDATED) All new government projects will be delayed and expansion plans for some key services and programs will be affected until the 2019 budget is passed
Dennis Uy is on a buying spree for companies. But can he sustain it?
Zuckerberg's promise this year? To keep working on the unfinished business of 2018
Whether it's to improve your fitness, mental health, or crazy spending habits, we've got a list of apps to help you get your life together
'When one steps up to the challenge and others pledge their help, we can put smiles in the faces of the children,' says Mover Dandreb Arro
New year, new you? It’s time to do something about those resolutions.
'2019 will be a pivotal year with major challenges,' says Jonathan Faull, a former senior administrator at the European Commission
From Brexit to Japanese Emperor Akihito's abdication, here are 10 major events taking place around the world in 2019
MovePH, Rappler’s civic engagement arm, hopes that the social impact of these efforts it initiated or supported in 2017 will fuel sustained action that will transform courage into action in 2018
These aren't your usual tourist spots, but they're just as breathtaking
New year, new you – here's the soundtrack to your next workout!
Is 2018 going to be a better year than 2017?
John Lloyd and Ellen, Miss Universe, Anne Curtis' wedding, K-pop highs and lows, and sexual harassment allegations are among the top entertainment headlines for 2017
The Kraken's advice is to leave hatred behind in 2017
'The question remains: is it enough to say sorry, now that the physical and psychological damage has been done?'
Letting go is hard, but sometimes holding on is harder
The Philippines is still a powerhouse in the world of pageantry
Just because you're done with holiday parties doesn't mean your wardrobe has to suffer for it
As we move into the new year, let's look at some of the major issues surrounding the world of cybersecurity as it relates to the world at large. It's very likely at least one of the following issues will be a part of your future.
Policy and governance; justice, security, and human rights; science, health, and the environment; poverty and development; global affairs and diplomacy; technology and social media; sports, life and style and entertainment; citizen engagement
It's time to plan out how you're going to be your best self!
The color authority names Pantone 18-3838 Ultra Violet as their color of the year
Where will you get your next Big Idea? For 2017 we’ve identified key trends that will impact content marketing in the Philippines