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Leloy Claudio discusses sexual harassment on campus with Natsy Verceles
Leloy Claudio talks about the pros and cons of democracy and dictatorship
Leloy Claudio talks about the good and bad of inflation
Leloy Claudio talks to Harry Potter professor Frances Sangil about the importance of literature in our lives
Leloy Claudio and JJ Joaquin discuss the importance of philosophy and how it can help you become a better person
Walk down memory lane with Leloy Claudio and Barry Gutierrez on the rise and fall – and rise – of GMA
Watch the 'Give Up Tomorrow' documentary, highlights of the Trump-Putin summit, and the report on Pacquiao's heart ailment
This week, Leloy Claudio talks about the reasons why men and women should embrace feminism
A string of dead local officials, the bench-clearing Gilas-Boomers brawl, updates on the boys trapped in a Thai cave
Learn about Philippine history through movies
How should the Church respond to the unique challenges it is now confronting in the time of Duterte and social media?
We throw in the books to set the record straight
Economics PhD student JC Punongbayan explains in Part 2 of this Economics Series why TRAIN may be ill-timed, which sector is worst hit by inflation and why Build, Build, Build may be bad for traffic
Economics without the nosebleed. Breeze through the concepts of debt, GNP, GNI, inflation, CPI, and depreciation in part 1 of this economics explainer series.
Leloy Claudio chats with Chiqui Agoncillo, the first female summa cum laude from the University of the Philippines History Department on history's role in nation building, careers, and spotting bias
Videos to keep you up-to-date with the news this week
Find out, in a nutshell, how the political consulting firm's activities impact not only global democracy but even recent elections in the Philippines
Are you a nationalist or an internationalist? Re-examine old paradigms with Leloy Claudio and find out that some concepts taken to the extreme can be dangerous
“You’ll end up starving” and “it doesn’t prepare you for the workforce” are common myths
Were there really 3 distinct waves of migration? Who were the Filipinos' forefathers?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of the 1987 Constitution and what historic event shaped it?
Today's episode talks about why dissent is crucial to democracy
How to deal with fake news and disinformation? Here are some suggestions
Are you stressed by a term paper you want to ace but doesn't know where to begin? Start with simple, clean, and effective sentences
Your must-watch list this week: Jesus as EJK victim, cheerleaders and what the President and the VP have in common
Is the president any of the three?
‘You have to engage them and fight back,’ says veteran journalist Ed Lingao at Rappler’s ‘Truth, Trust, and Democracy’ forum
Veteran reporter Ed Lingao says about fake news online, ‘Everybody has the right to be wrong, but everybody has the responsibility to get it right’
Alas, the world is confusing. All we can do is do our best to educate ourselves, keep our own biases in check, and maintain open minds.
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Join history teacher Leloy Claudio as he exposes the absurd boasting behind these titles
Historian Leloy Claudio talks to sociologist Nicole Curato, whose book 'The Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Duterte's Early Presidency' looks at the presidency through various lenses
Two wrongs don't make a right, says Claudio
Ferdinand Marcos had some great ideas. Where did he falter?
What's behind the government's crackdown on Uber?
Leloy Claudio talks about the often overlooked advantages of a depreciating Philippine peso
With Islamophobia rising worldwide, two social scientists team up to shed light on the sensitive topic of Islam and violence
Analysts say the SONA was a missed opportunity for the President to lay out policy statements and his administration s development plans
Can you tell the difference between liberalism, the Liberal Party, and the Yellow Movement?
Who is more inclined towards truth-telling?
Is the protection of human rights a foreign-imposed concept?