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'OK boomer' has become the retort of choice for Gen Z kids exasperated with the views of their elders
Surveys suggest the ballot will end with a result similar to that seen in April, with Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's Socialists winning but falling far short of an absolute majority
Rappler talks to Chino about inspiration, creativity and...Eurovision (and donuts too, of course!)
The military files charges against youth activist Alexandrea Pacalda 8 days after holding her in custody without a warrant
Researchers invent device that generates light from the cold night sky – here's what it means for millions living off grid
With the efficiency of everyday technologies continually improving, thermolectric devices could play an important role in powering society before long
Hustle talks to Rik Rasos about co-founding his own brand back in 2009, the struggles along the way, and why 10 years later, he's trying to unlearn all the things he's learned
(UPDATED) Polls open in the province of Newfoundland in eastern Canada, the first of the country's 6 time zones – with some 27.4 million Canadians eligible to elect 338 members of parliament
Looking for a good spook this Halloween? These haunted houses, ghost hunting tours, and spooktacular events will do just the trick!
General Santos City Mayor Ronnel Rivera says the earthquake is a reminder that a lot has to be done to improve the city's disaster preparedness and resiliency against natural and man-made calamities
San Beda drubs Lyceum to complete a perfect 18-0 elimination run and book its 14th straight finals berth
On your way to self-improvement? Help yourself with some self-help!
With the General Motors strike in the United States going on for nearly a month now, struggling workers turn to other members of their community for help
Was Pacquiao the right choice for the role?
Why does he do what he does and what did he do to get there? Listen to Richard Bolisay on 'Inside the Industry' here!
The General Motors strike is also affecting companies that supply parts, computer systems, and raw materials to GM
With no end in sight to the protests in Hong Kong, Filipinos there are advised to stay vigilant
Four kinds of 'lump-sum' discretionary funds from 2014 are declared as constitutional for constituting singular correspondence
Down 19, Allyn Bulanadi scores 28 points to lead San Sebastian's comeback over Lyceum
In a letter intended for the 37,000 employees at the UN secretariat, Guterres says unspecified 'additional stop-gap measures' would have to be taken to ensure salaries and entitlements are paid
The United Auto Workers says General Motors 'has shown an unwillingness to fairly compensate' employees
Defending champion San Beda keeps its bid for an outright title berth alive as Lyceum also advances to the semifinals
The temporary layoffs affect the Silao assembly and transmission plants in central Mexico
NCAA defending champion San Beda remains undefeated with 15 straight wins
(UPDATED) An Australian government spokesperson confirms President Donald Trump asked Prime Minister Scott Morrison to investigate issues raised in Robert Mueller's probe
Clashes erupted in Marawi in May 2017 as the military tried to capture 'high-value targets' of the Maute Group and the Abu Sayyaf Group. There was no mention of illegal drugs at the time.
Angel prepares for her wedding to fiance Neil Arce – and other future projects as well
'The nations here in United [Nations] should not let this platform be used to threaten others with accountability for taking a tough approach to crime,' says DFA Secretary Teddyboy Locsin, Jr
Climate change, the Amazon, and Metro Manila congestion
Propped up by Jaycee Marcelino and Reymar Caduyac, Lyceum outlasts a relentless Letran side to keep hold of the No. 2 spot
'Maria Ressa is a Filipino journalist who stands at 5’2” but stands taller than so many of us in her courage and personal sacrifice for the cause of telling the truth,' says Amal Clooney in her speech
23 fact-checking organizations from 17 countries work together to spot false and misleading claims during the international event
Law group Center for International Law or CenterLaw wants to cite in contempt the Office the Solicitor General and the Philippine National Police
'We'll say the United States is the greatest country in the world,' says US President Donald Trump in a mini-review of his speech
The Knights bounce back to halt the Stags’ five-game winning run as the Pirates and Cardinals trip separate foes
(3rd UPDATE) Senator Risa Hontiveros says advocates support the term 'dissolution of marriage' if other lawmakers have an issue on the word 'divorce'
Workers from 31 plants opt to walk out after talks between the company and the United Auto Workers Union hit an impasse
The move to strike comes after General Motors' 4-year contract with workers expired without an agreement on a replacement
Veteran guard Noah Lugo delivers a career-high performance as the Mapua Cardinals boost their playoff chances
San Beda secures its 10th straight victory, while Lyceum and Letran start their 2nd round campaign on a high note
The prosecution panel also denies OSG's request to summon Jude Sabio who wrote in a column that Trillanes tried to get him as lawyer for Bikoy
St Benilde gets back on the winning track against pesky JRU as San Sebastian extends it own win streak
The prosecution panel says 'it is not within its powers to disqualify OSG from representing CIDG in these proceedings'
Things can get so chill at home that you might not get work done. Here's how to avoid that.
The San Beda Red Lions continue to have the upper hand over rivals Lyceum Pirates
'Could Advincula stage the grand scheme Project Sodoma all by himself?' says the solicitor general
The lawyers cite a Supreme Court decision from 1990 which says that the Office of the Solicitor General only participates in a criminal case when it has 'reached the appellate courts'
Rappler Hustle gives you a glimpse of how a high-performance basketball team like the UP Fighting Maroons grind it out in practice
General David Goldfein, US Air Force Chief of Staff, restates the US commitment to the Mutual Defense Treaty with the Philippines as China pushes to dominate the Indo-Pacific region
Former senior UN official Abdalla Hamdok, who stepped down last year as deputy executive secretary of the UN's Economic Commission for Africa, is due to be formally selected on August 20