Change, the key promise of President Rodrigo Duterte in 2016, remains elusive to many, but others concede things have invariably been altered. For better, or for worse?
President Rodrigo Duterte's second SONA ran for about two hours – with a huge chunk of it unscripted
The overwhelming vote for the extension is not surprising, as President Duterte counts majority of lawmakers as allies. Mara Cepeda files this report.
Aquino also files his appeal before Morales but it is done discreetly
Kalookan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David also presides over a Mass for victims of extrajudicial killings
What was supposed to be a day of oral arguments in the Supreme Court turned out to be a 6-hour long wait for the media.
After tomorrow, petitioners and Solicitor General Calida are required to submit their memoranda
For the good part of the afternoon, Associate Justices Lucas Bersamin and Presbitero Velasco Jr pounded on one issue: who should produce the contradictory evidence that there's no sufficient basis to declare the martial law?
The education department urges schools to welcome transferees from Marawi City with open arms. Jee Geronimo reports.
On Day 12 of the Marawi Crisis, the provincial capitol celebrates the heroism of Muslims who helped shield Christians from terrorists
DILG's officer in charge says Duterte is convinced the attacker is a 'deranged man'
Abdullah Linogaman and several of his companions escape Marawi, gambling their lives to escape their war-torn hometown
For displaced Maranaos like Hayef, they keep on waiting – and wishing – for the skirmishes to end
President Rodrigo Duterte is already threatening to expand his Martial Law declaration to cover the entire country. If there's anything we learned, he doesn't make empty threats about martial law.
What exactly constitutes 'responsible mining'?
Rappler's Lian Buan visits the grave of Eudocia Pulido, the subject of the controversial story penned by Filipino-American journalist Alex Tizon, and meets the relatives she left behind
What did Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano do on his first day on the job? Watch it here
The Balikatan exercises almost didn't happen after President Duterte threatened to cancel it, but he was convinced to allow it
Mindanao's leading power generator talks about its adoption of clean coal technologies
Fire erupts at the Yokohama Tire Philippines factory in Clark, Pampanga, around 3:30 pm on Sunday. Rappler's David Lozada files this video blog.
Beijing makes sure the air is smog-free and security is tighter for the Belt and Road Forum to be attended by over 20 world leaders
The focus of the exercises shifts to humanitarian assistance and disaster response and fighting terrorism, a deviation from previous focus on maritime security and territorial defense
Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio wants the e-book to also reach a Chinese audience
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana visits Pag-asa island in the West Philippine Sea, bringing along with him the Philippines' top military officers
The Russian Navy is back in Manila for its second goodwill visit to the country this year
Singer and songwriter Yael Yuzon likens what happened at a Megamall gig to an 'obstacle course'
The two-and-a-half hour concert delivered 17 head-spinning, heart-swelling musical numbers from 540 plays
Manila and Riyadh will sign a labor agreement during President Rodrigo Duterte's state visit to Saudi Arabia
Dubbed the Freedom Trail, the event features a 160-kilometer ultramarathon, a motorcycle and road bike ride, and a reenactment of the harrowing events leading up to the Bataan Death March
After years of hospital arrest, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo celebrates her 70th birthday as a free woman
At Camp Castañeda, Duterte's message is clear. Amid allegations of human rights abuses, the President is adamant: Do your job, and I'll have your back
President Rodrigo Duterte wraps up his ASEAN tour. This year, he will be the Summit's chairman
The military recognizes that a purely military solution is not enough to address the decades-long problem
214 yes, 54 no, 1 abstain – that's how the House of Representatives voted for the death penalty bill
Rappler's Camille Elemia tours the naval vessel USS Carl Vinson
Tech companies are testing self-driving cars in the US. Will it ever come to Manila?
On Ash Wednesday, lawmakers gave their nod to the death penalty bill
Those who gathered at EDSA 31 not only commemorated the People Power Revolution, but protested the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos
Two brand new FA-50 jets of the Philippine Air Force arrive on Wednesday, February 22
Pag-uusapan ng ASEAN foreign ministers ang iba't ibang regional issues tulad ng sigalot sa West Philippine Sea
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle calls for 'active non-violence' while Archbishop Socrates Villegas urges Filipinos not to 'fear the darkness'
Every year, the who's who of the Philippine military and police troop all the way back to Baguio
While Filipino Americans in Hawaii grow in number, Filipino-American Senator Donovan Dela Cruz says their community cannot rest on their laurels
Filipino-American members of the US Navy say it helps that Filipinos know the value of hard work
It has been two years since charges were filed against Senators Bong Revilla, Juan Ponce Enrile, and Jinggoy Estrada, but no trial has started
Will the people of Washington DC take to the streets more often in the coming days?
Why is Rep. Fredenil Castro for death penalty? Watch
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources has started its massive dismantling of fish pens at the Laguna Lake