This week’s #AnimatED editorial talks about the shifting political climate, specifically the drop in the president’s satisfaction ratings and what that means for the administration’s programs, the charter change proposal, the bid for federalism, and the midterm elections.
As we monitor which way the winds are blowing in the public opinion space, we’re also monitoring the weather closely.
Preparedness is key so we also encourage you to take part in the annual #MMShakeDrill. The exact date of the drill will not be announced so be ready any time!
Keep visiting Rappler.com for updates on these and other top stories.
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Henry is heading for extreme Northern Luzon and is expected to be in the vicinity of the Babuyan Group of Islands on Monday evening, July 16
But the World Health Organization stops short of lumping the condition together with addictive behaviors like substance abuse or gambling
Using fake papers, over a hundred containers are released from the Mindanao International Container Terminal in the past 6 months
Authorities say they have not monitored any threats related to President Rodrigo Duterte’s 3rd State of the Nation Address on July 23
The photos are taken by celebrity portrait and fashion photographer Matt Holyoak at Clarence House following the baptism
If a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hits your local community, is it ready for the worst-case scenario?