The stark contrast between how PNP is handling the former first lady's case and other recent controversial arrest cases did not escape the attention of many Filipino netizens
Atty Ben committed his life to building the resources and infrastructure necessary to empower farmers. He believed in farmers.
Five years after Super Typhoon Yolanda, we can see stories of recovery through the lens of survivors
The Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs says it is seeking 'pathways for regularization' for overseas Filipino workers
International Care Ministries raised millions of dollars for impoverished communities in the Philippines during its 2018 Stepping Free from Poverty banquet
The affected residents come from the Ilocos Region, Cagayan Valley, Central Luzon, Cordillera Administrative Region, and Eastern Visayas
(Updated) On Monday, October 29, at least 22 groups of students and young professionals will be in the Rappler newsroom for a two-day ideathon, where they will think, create, and make the first step in building their innovative ventures
Fierce winds and intense rain from Rosita (Yutu) cause severe damage in the province
Youth organizations and student councils are coming together to push for the implementation of Bacolod's Students’ Rights and Welfare ordinance
Stranded commuters can also use the restrooms and charge their phones at Megaworld malls
What can people expect when Rosita makes landfall? We take a look back at Ompong to get an idea of what to expect.
How do you know if an article or tweet sharing disaster-related information is true?
Ever heard of the broken window theory? That probably explains the chaos in Metro Manila's streets.
'We remind the National Youth Commission that as a government agency you should uphold neutrality and not use any of your programs as a venue for political gain,' says the Parliament of Youth Leaders
This is the eighth recorded incident of farmers being killed under Duterte's administration
Rappler is on the lookout for talented and dedicated students who are willing to go beyond their comfort zones in a challenging internship environment
In her book, Marilen Dañguilan writes a fascinating account of the long and stormy process behind the enactment of the reproductive health law
Netizens blast yet another increase in the price of basic services
Just like Indonesia, the Philippines has a big earthquake looming in its future. This raises an important question: what makes the Philippines and Indonesia prone to natural hazards?
'Only by shifting away from dirty energy – the leading cause of climate change – can Filipinos truly move from being tagged as victims of the climate towards being known as its protectors'
Destructive human activities and climate-related disasters have tipped our marine ecological balance to a point where urgent measures are needed to prevent a food security crisis
We may be young and idealistic, but I believe that our will and passion to serve can take us and our country to places
In the event of a disaster, communities should 'act as one,' says Ishmael Narag of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology
To many, what took place in Indonesia serves as a reminder for the Philippines to ensure that preparations for such disasters are continuously being implemented and improved
Teachers and students air their views on the military's move to tag their schools as places of communist recruitment for an ouster plot against President Duterte
Getting rid of the stigma towards mental illness starts with you
Valenzuela 1st District Representative Wes Gatchalian issues a public apology but some netizens say he should do more
Margielyn Didal's victory in the 2018 Asian Games has given hope to the skateboarding community in Cebu
Rappler talks to previous #HackSociety winners Pamela Mejia and Robi del Rosario at 5pm on Friday, October 5
Why are sidewalks an afterthought in the construction of the metro's road network?
Speculations on why the controversial ex-communications official stepped down flood Twitter
A controversy in the editorial exams of the 'Philippine Collegian' leads to the revival of an alternative 'official' students' publication. How will this be resolved?
Please, before we say that we should not politicize food, consider this fact: literally everything we put in our mouths is political, and we haven't even started talking about sex
In Marikina, resiliency is defined as a partnership between the city government and the community. Check out how this is done in Markina City.
For the trainers, the story of how canines responded in the operations is a testament to the bond between dogs and humans – in life and in death
The 20 overseas Filipino workers in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, refuse to work due to two months' worth of unpaid salaries and food allowances
The Filipina, 28-year-old Mailyn Conde Sinambong, was allegedly 'severely beaten' by her 50-year-old Swedish husband, says the Department of Foreign Affairs
Men and women alike point out that having a monthly period is not a valid reason for ACTS-OFW Representative John Bertiz's rude behavior
As appeals for help increase after the onslaught of Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut), stories of 'bayanihan' in the affected communities surface
Consolacion Tag would not have been a teacher if not for the Alternative Learning System
PRESS RELEASE. Other AboitizPower units up north have been similarly busy, specifically in areas without electricity following Typhoon Ompong’s onslaught there.
Vince Tenchavez: 'To Charlie's dive buddies who witnessed him do this but did nothing to stop him, shame on you as well. You all should know better.'
The overseas Filipino worker allegedly stabbed his Saudi manager and Pakistani coworker, says the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs
Rappler sits down with UNDP's Andrew Parker and statistician Dr Jose Ramon Albert
'If fact-checking and truth-telling [are] to win against the propaganda machine, they need the effort of the communities, the campus journalists, and the citizen journalists from the ground, says Rappler news editor Miriam Grace Go
'We'd like to work with the US. We have a special relationship,' says Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano
(UPDATED) Hundreds of Filipino youth gather in key cities across the country on Friday, September 21, condemning the similarities of Ferdinand Marcos and Rodrigo Duterte