Rappler's latest stories on 2017 yearend stories
MovePH, Rappler’s civic engagement arm, hopes that the social impact of these efforts it initiated or supported in 2017 will fuel sustained action that will transform courage into action in 2018
Which of our office concerts did you enjoy the most in 2017? Relive these moments with us here!
John Lloyd and Ellen, Miss Universe, Anne Curtis' wedding, K-pop highs and lows, and sexual harassment allegations are among the top entertainment headlines for 2017
'The question remains: is it enough to say sorry, now that the physical and psychological damage has been done?'
The Philippines is still a powerhouse in the world of pageantry
Here’s a look at some of the best things we had for dinner in 2017
Let us remember the men and women from the local entertainment industry who joined our creator in 2017
These stories range from politics to beauty pageants, from viral videos to online debates
In this fiction piece, we get a glimpse of what the Philippines just might look like around the corner
Whether you’re heading out for a night on the town or just want a midnight snack, here are some of the late night spots from 2017 that you should check out
It was more the merrier in 2017 as two new promotions open up and Southeast Asia takes notice
The war on drugs, the Marawi siege, the ASEAN Summit, and global disinformation gripped the nation this year. Rappler’s yearender video takes you through 20 of 2017's top stories
These celebrity couples got their happily ever after this year
Here’s a quick peek at some of the sweet treats that impressed us in 2017
Many prominent – and infamous – personalities in news, politics, business, sports, and showbiz have passed away in 2017
Get your day started right with some of this year’s tastiest new brunch spots.
The country's conglomerates have acquired everything from digital payment tech to coal power plants this year, as they acquire the tools they hope will shape the economy’s future
(UPDATED) Rappler looks back on some of the worst incidents that happened on MRT3 in 2017
We take a look at some of the Manila’s best new restaurants, which range from modern Mexican street food to eye-opening bread.
Mocha Uson, fake news, and the killing of Kian delos Santos are among the most talked about issues on social media in the Philippines in 2017
The past year brought a bumper crop of special football moments
Who failed the talks? Both the government and the communist rebels claim betrayal.
Rappler compiles 12 best images of the Philippine Catholic Church that prayed, marched, and fought for the value of life this year
Here are some of the best phones that provide amazing value at their price point, released this year
Facebook continues to grow in 2017. But with the growth comes mounting pressure to stymie fake news and balance its unhealthy dominance on the digital ad industry
What's the funny backstory to how Duterte's martial law proclamation was drafted? Which world leader was Bong Go's most memorable selfie partner? What did Duterte think about Trump's long handshake with Honeylet Avanceña?
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal banner the storylines of world tennis in 2017
Amid the vitriol-fueled posts, we have seen several stories of resilience and courage online – stories that go against the narrative of division and hatred dominating our online landscape
Here are some of the most talked about local athletes and sports teams on Rappler's social media accounts for this year
2017 is a year that saw sports figures make a stand - and kneel - against Trump and a culture of inequality
Jerwin Ancajas has a breakout year, while champions and contenders rise up on the ever-changing scene of Philippine boxing
From being recognized as athletes to international victories, PH esport players has had a lot to celebrate in 2017
Here are our picks for the year’s best budget-friendly smartphones!
Is it impeachment overload at the House of Representatives?
In 2017, the Duterte administration's foreign policy remains what it is: consistently inconsistent
As 2017 ends, Rappler takes a look at the sacked and rejected members of the Duterte administration
From the return of a beloved brand to the rise of cryptocurrencies, here are some of the most important things that happened in the world of consumer tech in 2017
Official data shows that 3,993 people were killed in police operations, yet the Duterte administration refuses to tag them as extrajudicial killings. Human rights organizations say the world will not be fooled.
How Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno and Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales have stood up to the President
The year 2017 has been a period of decline in many ways – we saw the decline of peace, human rights and respect for human life, check and balance, democracy, independence and sovereignty
Vice President Leni Robredo has so far refused to become opposition leader, but this past year she has made strong statements against policies of the Duterte administration
Women can no longer be required to wear high-heeled shoes, and those in sedentary environment are required to take standing breaks. Here's a list of government directives that might be useful to you.
From jailing a sitting senator to debating the constitutionality of the Duterte administration's war on drugs, look back at the high-stakes judgments, decisions, and preliminary investigations of 2017
It's still uncertain whether Senator Leila de Lima could spend Christmas with her family, as it falls on a Monday when visitors are not allowed
President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a total of 530 executive orders, proclamations, laws, and other major documents
Some of the most tweeted 2017 moments in the Philippines include AlDub, MayWard, KathNiel, Nadine Lustre, BTS, Miss Universe, and more
Athletes from Ateneo and La Salle dominate the list for this year, while #NBAFinals is most tweeted sports-related hashtag in the Philippines