(UPDATED) Transportation Assistant Secretary Goddes Libiran says Secretary Arthur Tugade is 'not a micromanager'
Walang magawa ang mga residenteng apektado kundi maghanap ng paraan upang makaipon ng tubig na gagamitin sa araw-araw. Paano tayo dumating sa puntong ito?
The Immaculate Conception Major Seminary is in fact against death penalty
On Wednesday, March 20, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with Dr Jose Ramon Albert, statistician and senior research fellow at the Philippine Institute for Development Studies, about election surveys
If the Pasig River case is to be followed, it will take years – or even decades – to save Manila Bay
Who will come out to vote in the 2019 midterm elections?
Senator Leila de Lima has only one sister named Caroline de Lima; 'Julieta' is not her sister. Her two other siblings are Vicente de Lima II and Vicente de Lima Jr.
Roxas has not left the Otso Diretso slate, says campaign manager Senator Kiko Pangilinan
Villegas himself denies issuing a statement on acquitting the suspects in Christine Silawan's killing, calling it 'fake' and a 'ridiculous lie'
A quick reverse image search reveals that the photo is that of devotees of the Black Nazarene during a procession held in Manila on January 9, 2013
EXCLUSIVE: Philippine National Railways General Manager Junn Magno appoints one person to 'incompatible' and 'crucial' positions, leading to no checks and balances in the agency
It's going to be a crazy 2019 campaign season! Rappler's campaign reporters bring you a podcast to make sense of it all.
Would you rather get your clearance from the police or the NBI?
Comelec says it has not yet conducted the final testing and sealing of vote counting machines
EXCLUSIVE: The Philippine National Railways uses P50.9 million of the proposed Manila-Sorsogon projects to pay for its security services
The House and Senate are set to launch separate probes into the water crisis. Rappler explains the facts and lists other questions that still need answers.
A video embedded in several websites is a report about a rape case in Bulacan, not in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu
Here's a look at the times when Catholic bishops and priests took sides in Philippine politics
The bay's age-old problems will take time to solve
EXCLUSIVE: The senatorial candidate gives away P2,000 to each of the families affected by a fire in Makati City. Government officials help arrange and coordinate his visits to fire survivors.
With no steady funds and few political allies, the opposition senatorial ticket heavily banks on volunteers. Will it be enough?
Ang pagkalas na ito ay tila pagbasura sa ginawang pagsisikap ng mga human rights advocates na mapasama tayo sa ICC, isang prosesong tumagal nang 11 taon
A viral video of Archbishop Socrates Villegas fuels hopes that more bishops will openly – though indirectly – campaign against President Rodrigo Duterte's bets
Mar Roxas shares stories of vendors burdened by rising expenses to push for the repeal of the excise tax on fuel
It took 11 years under 3 presidents for the Philippines to finally become a member of the International Criminal Court. That ends under President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday, March 17, 2019.
The post-bicam itemization of the lower chamber must satisfy the requirement of the Supreme Court when it comes to line-item budgeting
No, Archbishop Socrates Villegas does not mention Otso Diretso, or any specific candidates or parties, in the video uploaded on his Facebook page
(UPDATED) EXCLUSIVE: As the Philippine National Railways, with its inadequate resources, proudly opens new train routes in Metro Manila, it cancels hundreds of trips monthly without informing the public
But the 1987 Constitution, which lists down requirements for senators, also explicitly demands that public officials, including senators, to be honest
Coconut farmers slam President Duterte for inconsistencies amid the veto of two coconut levy bills, which would have paved the way for the use of funds stolen from them
The misleading post was originally circulated in July 2018 and had already been called out by the DENR as 'incomplete, misleading, and erroneous'
In 5 cities in Metro Manila, Sara Duterte endorses local candidates different from those endorsed by her father's political party. She's flexing political muscle but how will two competing Duterte endorsements affect local polls?
On Thursday, March 7, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to Daniel Wagner to discuss the risks countries face in dealing with China
President Duterte has endorsed 4 out of 7 reelectionist senators: Pimentel, Villar, Angara, and Ejercito. Will he anoint one of them to be his successor?
DAR failed to provide exact data pointing to the said 11,443 hectares as the agency’s record-setting land distribution
The DOST engineering team started developing the first hybrid electric road train in 2012. It hit the rails of the Philippine National Railways in March 2019.
The new Supreme Court associate justice was against the hero's burial of dictator Ferdinand Marcos and does not consider President Duterte anti-women
No, they don't burn random leaves or pieces of paper for Ash Wednesday
Counting only landmark laws and laws of national significance, both presidents have an almost equal number: at least 57 for Duterte and 58 for Aquino
Get to know Benjamin Diokno, the new Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas governor
EXCLUSIVE: The Philippine Coast Guard has to answer for billions worth of allotments without contracts, while some projects remain unliquidated
(UPDATED) The sons of Chinese philanthropist Huang Rulun – President Duterte's 'good Samaritan' – and Wilfredo Keng are incorporators of Century Hongyu Property Ventures Corp
The US assurance that Philippine vessels in the South China Sea are protected by the Mutual Defense Treaty sends a 'strong and clear' signal to Beijing
The Newsbreak team sits down on Thursday, February 28, to discuss disinformation, efforts to prevent it from spreading, and the Rappler cyber libel case
Here's a guide for voters and poll watchers on what candidates should follow during the campaign
President Rodrigo Duterte's violent tirades against clergymen begin to take flesh in the form of death threats. What Duterte says, Duterte gets.
EXCLUSIVE: There are only two provinces and one city that have been spared so far. How is the government trying to control the spread of the disease?
Anderson Cooper himself denies on Twitter calling the couple 'corrupt'
Magdalo Representative Gary Alejano reiterates that the quote is false and is just propaganda. The claim had already been proven false and is being rehashed.