Menurut Columbia Pictures, Tom Hardy akan memerankan musuh Spider-Man ini
Neuropharmacologist Dr. Carl Hart debunks prevalent myths on drug use and the human brain
The 16 attorneys general, all Democrats whose states are home to nearly a third of the US population, issued a joint statement in opposition
International trade in ivory from elephants killed after 1989 has long been banned
(UPDATED) But as the most controversial primary season in decades draws to a close, the attention of the candidates – and the nation – is elsewhere: grappling with the aftermath of the Orlando shooting
'I did that because that is what God told [us] to do.... It felt good after I helped them,' says the 18-year-old Filipino, who works as a cook in British Columbia
'The newly-selected Ochberg Fellows from 9 countries represent the best of trauma-aware journalism worldwide'
It is the first time traces of Cesium 134 had been detected off North American coasts, the isotope characteristic of the 2011 Fukushima disaster
'Clearly our fraternity and its members have been defamed... But more importantly we fear this entire episode may prompt some (sexual assault) victims to remain in the shadows, fearful to confront their attackers.'
The loss will hit many sectors, from agriculture, forestry and tourism to ecosystems and water quality, the investigators warn
The review finds lapses in journalism standards at the pop-culture magazine from start to finish of the purported expose on rape
'She was isolated, underfed, and treated like she was sub-human; all because she was a young Filipino mother who needed the job to take care of her own children'
A study by media researchers finds out that many news organizations fail to do enough to separate fact from fiction, and often help unverified rumors and reports to go viral online
(UPDATED) The ruling is, however, suspended for one year to allow lawmakers an opportunity to enact new rules surrounding the divisive issue
The highly regarded journalism school will investigate the editorial process of the 9000-word story on sexual assault at the University of Virginia, the US magazine says
(UPDATED) Ballots were held on issues ranging from gay marriage to bear-baiting, on the sidelines of midterm polls
Sheila Coronel talks to Rappler about the need for diversity in newsrooms, and how the changing media landscape affects news and investigative journalism
Scientists say bioactive ingredients found in cocoa sharply reverse age-related memory decline
Canada’s Ambassador to the Philippines Neil Redder says Canada enjoys one of the strongest and highest quality education systems in the world
From his first visit to Boston in 31 years to a stop at a gun shop in San Francisco, Rappler lists the top 5 highlights of President Benigno Aquino III's US trip
Youth activists interrupt a forum with President Benigno Aquino III at New York's Columbia University. They stood up to protest his alleged inaction on impunity in the Philippines, and the supposed corruption of aid for Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) victims
Researchers at New York's University of Columbia were able to re-establish the brain's 'pruning mechanism' in mice, which were genetically modified to simulate autism, using a drug called rapamycin
'Excellence is found not in doing extraordinary things, but in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well'
The use of marijuana for medicinal purposes was effectively legalized in Canada in 1999, and its use has been expanded through a series of court challenges
Spider-man takes off in the Philippines, earning impressive figures in its first two days at the theaters
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 401 people in 12 countries have been confirmed to have MERS, including the US patient
Discovery of the scroll renews debates over celibacy and the role of women in the Church since Christian tradition has long held that Jesus was not married
Oxford Dictionaries favors a theory that 'OK' is an abbreviation of 'orl korrekt', a derivative of 'all correct' from the 1830s
Veteran journalist Sheila Coronel starts her tenure as the school's new dean of academic affairs on July 1
Joseph Sigelman is released on a $4.4-million bail, but must stay in the home of his parents
(UPDATED) The Internet-only pre-release was tied to a new episode of the hit CBS legal drama "The Good Wife"
Franco Yiu Kwan Orr is the first person to ever be convicted and sentenced in the Canadian province of British Columbia of human trafficking. His wife, Oi Ling Nicole Huen, was acquitted on all charges.
(UPDATE) Cory Monteith died of an apparent overdose of heroin and alcohol, the British Columbia coroner's office said Tuesday
The employer who maltreated Filipino caregiver Leticia Sarmiento in Vancouver could face a maximum life sentence or a $1 million fine or both
Study reveals a new tool for analyzing ivory that uses nuclear test residue to determine the age of a tusk
This rainy season, try out 3 coffee shops that offer something different
The nine-year-old, who drew praise for her amazingly mature performance in "Beasts of the Southern Wild," will play the title role in "Annie," also a remake of the Oscar-nominated 1982 movie
The phoenix rising out of the ashes will bring greater transparency, and the journalist’s role will be as essential in the future as it is today.
(UPDATED) Here is the 2012 US Election Map showing the distribution of the electoral votes, as of Saturday, November 10
(UPDATED Nov 11) Here is the Electoral College tally for the 2012 US presidential election, based on projections from the major US networks ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, FOX, and the New York Times
How do you use dance to help others? This Filipina dance artist shows us how.
LIVE COVERAGE of the 2012 US presidential election, November 6, 2012
Freezing temperatures in the northeast, light drizzle in Chicago and a threat of thunderstorms in Florida did little to deter citizens from lining up at polling stations
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney made their final cases to Americans on election eve Monday, November 5, capping a grueling, negative, multi-billion dollar campaign and handing their fates to voters
Residents of the US East Coast, home to 50 million Americans, stocked up on emergency provisions as forecasters warned of widespread damage, mass power outages and disastrous flooding
"A tsunami has been generated that could cause damage along the coastline of all islands in the state of Hawaii," the center warned
There is no tsunami threat to the Philippines Sunday, October 28, following the 7.7 earthquake in the west coast of Canada
(UPDATED) A strong 7.7 magnitude earthquake shook the Queen Charlotte Islands off the west coast of Canada late Saturday (Sunday in Manila)
Check in where the monsters are at in this animated romp through vampire country