Rappler's latest stories on Manuel Quezon
Ikinatutuwa ng Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino kung paanong pinaghahalo ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang Bisaya at Filipino sa tuwing ito y magsasalita Bakit mahalaga ito?
(UPDATED) Rappler compiles some memorable lines from the state of the nation addresses of the country's presidents
(UPDATED) Ferdinand Marcos' 1969 speech is the longest SONA, thus far, going by word count
Here s what to expect during a presidential inauguration
A historian’s take on incoming President Rodrigo Duterte: he is ‘unfiltered’ and is ‘breaking down taboos’
This involves a very crucial choice Think of your loved ones and our beloved country Malacañang tells voters two days before the elections
Undersecretary Manuel Quezon III says this would be a clever way to make use of expert knowledge to help improve the security of government websites
There is no reason why people must die for asking for assistance from their own government says Malacañang as it urges hotheads to reserve judgement pending the investigation
3rd UPDATE Citing the UN Security Council resolution on North Korea Malacañang says the crew of the North Korean cargo ship Jin Teng will be deported
With the start of the official campaign season just two days away Malacañang says voters should scrutinize candidates carefully during debates and media appearances
The health department also advises pregnant mothers to postpone their plans to travel to the Americas where the virus is spreading rapidly especially if the trip is not urgent
Cagayan de Oro City Representative Rufus Rodriguez is confident that Congress will pass the proposed measure
The public journal responds to criticisms of partisanship after it posted about President Aquino s endorsement of Leni Robredo as the Liberal Party s VP bet
His resignation shows how a person can reconcile the tension between his individual political disposition with his responsibility to a cause a collective or a party
Manuel L Quezon Gawad Parangal salutes the recipients for their achievements which have contributed to the history of Quezon City
August marks siginificant events in the life of former president Manuel L. Quezon. How well do you know him?
The Philippines used to hold a week long celebration from August 13 to 19 every year until President Ramos declared it should be month long starting 1997
The battle between Aquino and the Supreme Court and Obama and the House of Representatives are not maneuvers and counter maneuvers by people thirsty for power They are more the inevitable result of institutional combat
I assumed people had written books about Philippine American history and culture But in fact I was surprised to find such little information
Today 75 years ago President Manuel L Quezon addressed the nation in Filipino via radio It was the first time that a President went on air speaking the national language
There is a public to win over to viewing the past not as a recitation of dry isolated data but as something that can say a thing or two about where we are; where we’ve been; and everything in between
Will the Freedom of Information bill pass the committee level before Congress goes on recess March 23?
Proposed bill transmitted to House for consideration; Despite development FOI bill still not a priority measure of the administration