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Nations must develop a strong policy agenda to turn the principles of the Declaration on Information and Democracy into a reality
The coming entry of China Telecom into our communication infrastructure serves the interest of a covetous neighbor that has wronged us so many times
'This case against Rappler is a clear assault on press freedom in the Philippines and part of the Duterte government’s attempt to evade scrutiny and accountability,' says Human Rights Watch
Ibinibigay ng administrasyong Duterte ang bawat pagkakataon para may tumayong bayani
Chavit Singson's Sear Telecom intends to spend a whopping P540 billion, and promises 100% national coverage and lightning speeds, should its bid be considered
'The resolution will have a chilling effect on those who have raised and will raise capital through the issuance of PDRs and is a blow to the development of our already laggard capital markets,' says Rappler legal counsel Francis Lim
How will Samira Gutoc show the rest of the country that a Maranao like her can help address their most pressing problems – from high prices of goods to extrajudicial killings?
(4th UPDATE) The tax evasion case stems from an earlier finding that Rappler's Philippine Depositary Receipts amounted to foreign ownership, a supposed defect which the Court of Appeals said was already cured
On Friday, November 9, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with former Customs commissioner Guillermo Parayno Jr – the only BOC chief that lasted 6 years
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(UPDATED) Photos sent to Rappler by the program's lead coordinator show that there is both water and power supply
The country's most bemedalled Asian Para Games athlete shares his unexpected swimming journey
The Virtual Reality war documentary wins the Best Use of Online Video award
The thumbnail of the video is a design of Dalian airport in China. Meanwhile, the proposed airport in Bulacan has yet to begin construction.
'There are some who make friends and quarrel later, but we quarreled and became friends,' says businessman Peter Tay after patching things up with DENR Undersecretary Benny Antiporda
Under President Duterte's watch, we've gone down the global Doing Business ranking by 25 notches all in all – by far the largest decline in ASEAN
Provisional 3rd telco winner Mislatel promises to blow away Smart and Globe with super fast internet and wide coverage – at a very hefty price
Here's what you should look out for when reading news on the internet
DENR Undersecretary Benny Antiporda says Boracay businessman Peter Tay 'humiliated' himself, but admits to shoving Tay when tensions rose
The Philippines' new foreign secretary, Teodoro 'Teddyboy' Locsin Jr, is a lawyer, media personality, and diplomat rolled into one
The speed that 5G promises may unlock a new role for the smartphone as we know it
Since the national debt is a 'running total' of how much the country still owes, comparisons should show the 'net addition' to the debt for certain periods, not the supposed 'shares' of debt incurred by each president
5G adoption will be driven first by the enterprise as 5G phones are expected to be too expensive in the early stages
EXCLUSIVE: The two contracts obtained by Rappler acknowledge that the Chinese citizen 'is aware of the sensitivity of the information he may have access to'
There are no new Japanese trains, only a Japan-funded rehabilitation for MRT3
‘Tis the season to celebrate the holidays at the heart of Singapore this November and December!
What will the scion of the Tañada clan do to stand out in the polls and finally succeed in getting the Senate seat he has been aspiring for?
Because the burden of the presidency is heavy, with multifarious demands all having legal implications and consequences, the President is expected to secure the best legal advice available
Mahimbing pa rin ba ang tulog natin kapag nakopo na ng mga sundalo ang pagpapalakad ng gobyerno?
Information on the President's health is controlled by the Palace and insiders, and there is little to no incentive – politically or legally – for any official to break ranks until the very end
This controversy, at its most basic, is about one usurping the power that properly belongs to the sovereign Filipino people because he is scared of the shadow he himself has cast
The Liberal Party-led senatorial slate should make sure volunteer sign-ups and social media endorsements will translate to votes
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Evidence suggests that ours is a generally healthy economy, posting impressive growth, but carrying some structural flaws
Uranus officially leaves Aries on March 7, 2019, not to return again for another 84 years. See what Uranus has in store for your sign.
The picture of US President Donald Trump ‘supporting’ Sara Duterte is a manipulated 2015 photo taken in New York City
The world marks November 2, International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, at a time when threats to journalistic endeavor are more widespread than ever
The photo is actually the president monitoring Typhoon Ompong in September. Nonetheless, Duterte was reportedly briefed on Typhoon Rosita
Tourism facilities are contributing to Panglao’s struggle with trash while mayors fight it out
The actors give us a taste of what to expect from the upcoming musical!
The embedded video is a news report on the United Nations on the slow release of funds to rebuild homes post-Yolanda
OceanaGold has not adhered to its commitments under its mining permit and various Philippine laws and regulations
The Luis Chavit Singson Group and ARMM-based company TierOne Communications join forces to bid for the country's 3rd major telecommunications slot
President Duterte needs to address systematic abuses in police training, promotions and assignment of posts
We need to eliminate barriers to women in economics from entry level to leadership roles
Tourism brings in revenues also spent to curb the garbage problem
It’s been more than two years already, and otherwise pious and caring Filipinos seem largely unconcerned with the drug war