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Unless you or a member of your immediate family are facing a life-or-death situation, you will likely need ‘travel authority’ from your local police chief
We speak with Mela Habijan, who is both a trans woman and a Catholic. How does she reconcile the two?
How can you not be furious? You clamor for change yet you're still to blame at the end of the day. Here's what you can do.
Barangay Addition Hills is a coronavirus hot spot in Mandaluyong City. A huge fire on June 1 leaves at least 1,000 families distraught over what will happen next.
There are no news reports or statements that contain this supposed quote by Roxas
There are no reports of such a sighting, and the photo was manipulated
'It behooves the Filipino people to stand for Hong Kong and to fight for our own freedom.... We must fight to preserve...the priceless opportunity to live as free men and women in our own land, and not slaves to some foreign power.'
Experts and companies involved issued warnings about the mixture, saying it could 'form a dangerous chemical that has toxic effects' and 'may cause serious harm'
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Listen to this podcast as we go back to 2007, parse the loopholes in the rules of these writs, and try to imagine where we are headed with the current Supreme Court
Only part of the quote is accurate: 'I admit [Duterte] says crazy things but he gets things done.' The rest of what is attributed to him isn't true.
The video containing the claim is from a 2015 report about the beheading of an OFW convicted for murder
McCoy De Leon did not say these quotes, and ABS-CBN News did not publish these graphics
See the 'new normal' through the eyes of Rappler's video journalists Charles, Naoki, Nappy, Franz, and Jeff
The video was taken at the Ohio Statehouse, not the White House
What’s it like to spend the last 60 days at Coron Island? Terence Angsioco has the answer.
We label June 1 as ‘The Hunger Games: NCR, Cavite, and Cebu City Editions.’ For those returning to work, it’s like getting into a death match.
Award-winning violinist and PROMIL® FOUR Gifted Child Ira Aclan concludes our concert series for our frontliners
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Marguerite de Leon
The colors and design of the Philippine flag are mandated by the Constitution and the Flag and Heraldic Code. Any changes will require approved amendments to these laws.
Looks like Cardo Dalisay has earned himself another enemy in the person of the Solicitor General
Both senators have responded to the coronavirus crisis by doing their jobs as legislators and by providing assistance to frontliners
Founder and CEO Henry Motte-Muñoz makes the present less scary for educators
'The current pandemic...provided another opportunity for the Duterte government to further torment her in an attempt to break her will'
Sa gitna ng lumalalang antas ng pamumuhay sa kalunsuran dulot ng congestion at trapiko, at banta pa sa kalusugan dulot ng virus – saan lulugar ang pobreng mahirap?
Despite serious concerns about relaxing quarantine measures, the government is pushing for a W-shape recovery strategy. The trade-off is clear – economy trumps public health.
Caught in a maze of tests and government requirements, returning overseas Filipino workers stuck in quarantine are forced to hustle just to get home
Hindi natakot maantala sa pag-aaral ang ating mga magulang at lolo’t lola noong World War 2. Ang pandemya ay isang digmaan. Nakataya ang buhay nating lahat. Bakit tayo nagmamadali?
Can't go wrong with Japanese food! These local restaurants and home businesses are selling their sushi rolls and fresh sashimi for delivery.
Law experts say Deputy Speaker Rodante Marcoleta misinterpreted the provision in the Constitution regarding the 50-year cap for franchises
Here are some tips from an expert on how to fix our messed up body clocks
'It was upsetting to see photos of nurses in head-to-toe level 4 PPE watching over patients in non-air conditioned tents and think about their P10,000 monthly salary (even lower in private hospitals) and 12-hour shifts'
The supposed screenshot of a news report was created with a meme generator tool
Jackie Chan, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, and Justin Bieber did not tweet about President Rodrigo Duterte
Programa ng gobyerno para sa mawawalan ng trabaho dahil sa pandemya, sapat ba?
Some comments say in jest that St Peter Life Plans and Chapels – more than the government – is 'taking care of us’
Born in the United States to Filipino parents, ABS-CBN’s chairman emeritus is simultaneously considered a national by both the Philippines and the US. No law requires him to renounce either of them.
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with JC Gotinga
The original photo showed portraits of President Rodrigo Duterte and Indonesian President Joko Widodo at the National Monument in Indonesia
While some home remedies may alleviate symptoms of COVID-19, WHO says there is still no registered cure for the disease as of May 29
More commuters are seen to shift to alternative modes of transportation, as the capacity of public transportation will be reduced come GCQ
'It is tone deaf on the part of government to create campaigns that will further divide its populace, especially during a pandemic'
What should Metro Manila residents keep in mind as they contemplate leaving their homes under the general community quarantine?
UV lights, faucets with motion sensors, and visual cues for physical distancing are just some of the latest trends as businesses reopen
The P10 million that First Philippine Holdings Corporation paid in income tax is part of a total of P5.175 billion in income taxes that the company and its subsidiaries paid in 2019
Only one measure suggests continued elevated risk from the pandemic: the number of confirmed cases