Ever heard of the broken window theory? That probably explains the chaos in Metro Manila's streets.
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?
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
Valenzuela 1st District Representative Wes Gatchalian issues a public apology but some netizens say he should do more
Under Senate Bill 1971, children aged 12 and below cannot be left unattended inside a vehicle
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?
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
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
Consolacion Tag would not have been a teacher if not for the Alternative Learning System
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.'
Asked why lawmakers at the House would do that, Ejercito says, 'Your guess is as good as mine'
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
(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
'I am encouraging all administrators, faculty, students, and staff throughout the system to participate in meaningful and peaceful activities,' says UP president Danilo Concepcion
(3rd UPDATE) Several activities are lined up for Friday, September 21, in Metro Manila and the regions to commemorate the declaration of Proclamation 1081
The story of Agta leader Marlon Rosalem who walked 6 hours to the Baggao town center to seek help for his typhoon-hit community has inspired netizens
As others prepared for Typhoon Ompong, Grade 11 student Jeric Reyes stayed in school for a few more hours to finish his homework because they had no electricity at home
The Iglesia ni Cristo distributes relief packs to Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) victims, members and nonmembers alike
Farmers are left with nothing to harvest after floods inundate their fields
'I don't know where I will get money to rebuild my house,' says 29-year-old William Quillopo, who again lost his house after Typhoon Ompong
The National Council of Churches in the Philippines and CBN Asia, producer of 'The 700 Club Asia,' call for donations for those hit by Typhoon Ompong
At least 5 people have died and 5 are missing due to the typhoon, says Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan
People affected by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
'Bukas ang ating mga simbahan para makatulong sa inyo,' says Cabanatuan Bishop Sofronio Bancud
However, the LRT1 experiences a power supply issue that limits its operations on Saturday morning, September 15
Bulacan, under Signal No. 2, will have 'stormy' weather on Saturday, September 15, while the rest of the Greater Metro Manila Area can expect rain with gusty winds, says Pagasa
Claims will be processed starting Saturday, September 15, at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Clark International Airport, Mactan-Cebu International Airport, and Davao International Airport
The world is producing 400 million tons of plastics every year, mostly packaging discarded after just one use
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle mobilizes the disaster response arm of his archdiocese to assist Filipinos who will be affected by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut)
Netizens express their frustration over the téte-a-téte
Check out the pledges of Northern Mindanao students after #MoveCDO
Issues tackled by the artworks include the displacement of the indigenous communities and the exploitation of natural resources in Mindanao
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and Muntinlupa City Representative Ruffy Biazon talk about the sorry state of transportation as they commute from Quezon City to Makati
The Community Technical College of Southeastern Mindanao targets to complete a 3,000-book requirement by September 20, to get a permit from the Commission on Higher Education
Tickets to the forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now! If you're interested in joining the workshop, send a message to MovePH's Facebook or Twitter!
Education received the lion's share of funds in the proposed 2019 National Expenditure Program. What does the proposed shift to a cash-based budget system look like for the Department of Education?
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and friends Debbie Rodrigo and Dayo Montalbo drive along EDSA and talk about the controversial ban. What is this new scheme all about, and will it work?
'It's never too late. As long as you have the grit, then everything will be possible,' says Consolacion Councilor Johannes Alegado, who posted the viral video on Facebook
DOST Undersecretary Renato Solidum says that Filipinos are resilient in character but the Philippines itself is not yet a 'disaster-resilient' community