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Ang mas malaking usapin ay hindi ang pamemeke.... Ang mas malaking usapin ay dahil maraming naniniwala sa pineke o retokadong impormasyon
Nowhere in the law does it say that the NYC must be the mouthpiece of the sitting president
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The justice department insists it has probable cause to charge the company and Ressa
Through a combination of fear-mongering, playacting, and politicking, some government officials clearly made the situation worse than it needed to be
May mga bagong pagsubok tayong kinakaharap dahil sa bagong teknolohiya at pagkasira ng kalikasan. Ang bagong estilo ng pamumuno ay higit na kinakailangan.
With the crucial rehabilitation of war-torn Marawi City moving slowly, experts warn that sentiments of the Moros may be shifting
The Senate has only 35 days if it wants to initiate investigations into contracts bagged by relatives of Solicitor General Jose Calida and former presidential assistant Bong Go
We have our own wishes for the country, its leaders, and key institutions. What are yours?
Harnessing both the physical and virtual space, ISIS continues to present an enduring threat worldwide
As grievances persist from generation to generation, so do challenges in protecting young Filipino Muslims from radicalization
[OPINION | Dash of SAS] President Duterte molested his maid. He’s not the only Filipino man to do so
We rage with righteous indignation when migrant workers are abused by their employer abroad, but keep silent when it happens here at home
Most constitutional scholars agree that a constitution is never infallible or immortal. Our very own 1987 Constitution is no exception.
Watch the evening wRap with Victor Barreiro Jr.
The greatest danger in the repeated and poorly justified extension of martial law is that it’s a slippery slope to a similar declaration nationwide. Will Congress continue to throw all economic sense out the window?
Lessons from Myanmar and the Philippines
(UPDATED) Rappler has gathered that the chopper didn't have the permission to land on the track of the Philsports Arena
No one laughs at the President's jokes, and the Supreme Court becomes supreme again. Why not?
(UPDATED) All new government projects will be delayed and expansion plans for some key services and programs will be affected until the 2019 budget is passed
We empower him when we laugh at his sick jokes, we empower him through our silence
Let’s retest ourselves; let’s set aside the quirks for the moment and review how President Duterte has dealt with the larger matters of public interest
From new discoveries to music icons, these are the artists we listened to and loved on the Live Jam stage this year
Protesting against China over the treatment of its minority is, in the eyes of Muslim leaders, presumably not worth the loss of economic privilege and security alliance
No, the Philippines has not won the Miss Universe pageant twice during President Rodrigo Duterte's term
Dennis Uy is on a buying spree for companies. But can he sustain it?
As the social divide continues, the armed communist revolution will simply endure
Zuckerberg's promise this year? To keep working on the unfinished business of 2018
Not only is TRAIN failing to generate enough revenues as expected, it is also demonstrably anti-poor and anti-environment
Weddings, babies, and pageants dominate the headlines here and abroad in 2018
Whether it's to improve your fitness, mental health, or crazy spending habits, we've got a list of apps to help you get your life together
'When one steps up to the challenge and others pledge their help, we can put smiles in the faces of the children,' says Mover Dandreb Arro
Disruption comes to Asia in the Year that Was
Movie critic Oggs Cruz gives a run down of some of the best Filipino films for 2018
Which makeup products by your favorite celebs became your newly-found beauty essentials in 2018?
Do not force the infinite God to fit into our limited minds. They who call God stupid is antichrist. Pray for these people but do not imitate them. Respect them as elders but do not follow their bad example.
The Philippines continues its winning streak, but suffers some heartaches along the way
A veritable Pandora’s box of nasty surprises would be opened once the Philippines pushes for renegotiations. Is that what the majority of Filipinos want?
From battle cries to controversial statements, let us look back at all the tea spilled by our Filipino sports personalities
'Let us greet the new year with gratitude to God for all His blessings,' says Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, who has so many things to be thankful for in 2018
New year, new you? It’s time to do something about those resolutions.
President Duterte's most popular nemesis in 2018 – opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes IV – comes from a political party that has learned its lessons in and outside the barracks