Former Philippine Coast Guard commandant Carlos Agustin talks about the Recto Bank incident and the situation in the West Philippine Sea
On Friday, July 12, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with Mark Thompson, an expert on Southeast Asian politics, to discuss the past 3 years of the Duterte presidency and the continuing support of Filipinos for the President
On the shores of Occidental Mindoro, the fishermen of Gem-Ver try to rebuild their damaged boat so they could set out to sail once again
On Thursday, June 27, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss what defined the Duterte presidency in the past 3 years, the implications of his policies, and what can be expected in the latter half of his administration
Here are 3 confessions from a divided nation: A Davaoeña critic of the President whose father is rabidly pro-Duterte, a disillusioned Duterte supporter, and an impassioned Duterte defender
Sa podcast na ito, pag-uusapan nila Comelec reporter Sofia Tomacruz at researcher-writer Jodesz Gavilan ang iba't ibang panig ng isyu tungkol kay Ronald Cardema na hindi pa nareresolba kahit papalapit na ang pagbukas ng bagong Kongreso
Pakinggan ang usapan nina defense reporter Rambo Talabong, foreign affairs reporter Paterno Esmaquel, at researcher-writer Jodesz Gavilan ukol sa nangyaring banggaan at tugon ng administrasyong Duterte rito
'Laban ito para ipakita sa kanila na iyong kahirapan...hindi iyan normal,' says Dinagat Islands Governor-elect Kaka Bag-ao
On Friday, May 31, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with Senator Franklin Drilon to discuss the challenges opposition senators are expecting to face
On Thursday, May 30, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss killings that occurred in the past months, and possible developments in the latter half of the Duterte administration that may have implications on justice and human rights
In this podcast, we explain the unfolding saga of the 'ouster plot' diagrams where President Rodrigo Duterte accuses journalists of trying to unseat him
On Thursday, May 23, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to award-winning journalist Evan Ratliff on how he traced the under-the-radar operations of Paul Le Roux
Can we expect independence from senators?
Huwag magkamali! Tandaan na isang balota lamang ang nakalaan sa bawat botante.
On Thursday, May 9, Rappler reporters Lian Buan and Mara Cepeda join Newsbreak Chats to analyze the Otso Diretso campaign and the possibility of them winning on May 13
Sa podcast na ito, pag-uusapan ng police reporter na si Rambo Talabong, justice reporter Lian Buan, at researcher-writer Jodesz Gavilan ang kabuuang paghawak ng mga awtoridad sa kontrobersiyang kalakip ng Bikoy videos
May paraan pa ba para matigil ang talamak na pagbili at pagbebenta ng boto sa Pilipinas?
On Thursday, May 2, the team sits down to discuss why it is important to keep an eye on local races in the 2019 polls and what are the things voters should keep in mind when dealing with local candidates
Kaakibat ng papel na ito ang iba't ibang responsibilidad at hinaharap na panganib para mapanatili ang sagradong proseso ng pagboto
Political scientist Paul Hutchcroft sits down with Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug on Tuesday, April 30, to discuss the structure of the Philippine electoral system and what changes can be implemented
Ano ang dapat gawin kapag ang isang namayapa ay nasa listahan pa rin ng mga botante sa eleksiyon?
Bakit mahalaga ang pagkakadiskubre sa Homo luzonensis?
On Tuesday, April 9, the team sits down with election lawyer and Rappler columnist Emil Marañon III to discuss what counts as vote-buying and how do the anti-vote buying laws fare in implementation
Pag-uusapan nila Rappler news editor Miriam Grace Go at researcher-writer Jodesz Gavilan ang proseso ng pagboto at bakit importante ang pagkakaroon ng party-list representatives sa Kongreso
Ano ang mga tanong na maaaring masagot ng mga dokumentong ito?
This series called 'Covering the Courts' aims to bring you closer to the judicial system and to important decisions both of lower courts and the High Court
Unsa ang kadangtan sa coverage ban sa katibuk-ang sitwasyon sa gawasnong peryodismo sa Pilipinas?
Iti daytoy a podcast, agtugaw diyay maysa nga petitioner, ni Raymon Dullana nga correspondent iti Cagayan, ken Rappler managing editor Glenda Gloria tapno mapagtutungtungan dagiti banag a nangiduron kadakuwada nga agpetisyon, no kasano nga naapektaran iti coverage da, ken no anya iti sitwasyon iti press freedom ditoy Pilipinas
Ano ang implikasyon ng coverage ban sa pangkalahatang sitwasyon ng malayang pamamamahayag sa Pilipinas?
A special edition of Newsbreak Chats features election lawyer and Rappler columnist Emil Marañon III who tackles issues surrounding campaign finance laws
Sapat bang solusyon ang Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act sa napakaraming patayan sa ilalim ng administrasyong Duterte?
On Thursday, April 4, the team sits down for a special edition of Newsbreak Chats where they will discuss the social media rules set by the Commission on Elections for the 2019 campaign period
May kinalaman diumano ang dating presidential economic adviser na si Michael Yang sa operasyon ng ilegal na droga sa iba't ibang bahagi ng Pilipinas. Gaano ito katotoo?
The opposition slate's campaign manager Senator Kiko Pangilinan sits down with Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug to discuss challenges to winning
The team sits down on Thursday, March 28, to discuss the local elections, Manila Bay rehabilitation, and presidential economic adviser Michael Yang's alleged links to the illegal drug trade
In Manila, members of the LGBT community find acceptance through service – but how can their small victories be celebrated outside their bubble?
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?
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
It's going to be a crazy 2019 campaign season! Rappler's campaign reporters bring you a podcast to make sense of it all.
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
On Thursday, March 7, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to Daniel Wagner to discuss the risks countries face in dealing with China
The Newsbreak team sits down on Thursday, February 28, to discuss disinformation, efforts to prevent it from spreading, and the Rappler cyber libel case
Assessing lawyers and judges regularly is important to maintain judicial independence, says IBP executive vice president Egon Cayosa
On Monday, February 18, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to Integrated Bar of the Philippines executive vice president Egon Cayosa about issues surrounding the judiciary
CHR Chairperson Chito Gascon sits down with Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug on Wednesday, February 6, to discuss what the future holds for the Philippines as a non-member of the International Criminal Court
While Philippine politics is seen as personality-based, 'from time to time, there are issues that resonate and can really make a difference in national elections'
The upcoming midterm elections can be a way for people to register their support or opposition to the incumbent administration, political analyst Julio Teehankee says
Among others, the Newsbreak team will tackle on Thursday, January 31, the continuing peace efforts in Mindanao and implications of lowering the minimum age of criminal liability
Political analyst Julio Teehankee sits down with Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug on Wednesday, January 30 to discuss what issues will matter in the months leading to the elections
Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with human rights lawyer Arpee Santiago, as the International Criminal Court's Office of the Prosecutor conducts a preliminary examination of the situation in the Philippines