Rappler's latest stories on newsbreak
On Thursday, May 28, the team discusses how journalists navigate a restrictive quarantine and deal with the challenges it poses
On Thursday, April 30, the Newsbreak team assesses the Duterte administration's handling of the coronavirus pandemic
On Thursday afternoon, March 26, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss (virtually) where we are now in terms of the pandemic, the reality on the ground, and the government's various measures to solve the problem
From our archives: The Philippine military is treading dangerous waters with its counterinsurgency experiments
On Thursday, February 27, the Newsbreak team will sit down to discuss the quo warranto petition against the network giant, the role of Congress in the controversy, and its implications on the fight for press freedom
On Thursday, January 30, the Newsbreak team will sit down to discuss how women were able to navigate the system, how influential are they in war and violent extremism, and how they came to join the network in the first place
(UPDATED) With nearly a million teachers nationwide, a salary increase for them would already entail big sums of money, according to some government officials
How did Duterte fare in 2019? Here's how he handled major controversies – from a murder-rapist's early release to the critical midterm elections.
(5th UPDATE) We remember the Filipino icons and newsmakers who have left their mark in their respective fields
On Wednesday, December 18, Rappler senior editors discuss the events that shaped the Philippines in 2019, what issues hounded Duterte, and what 2020 will bring
Part 2: Even if many are not heinous crime convicts, former inmates turn themselves in to the Correctional Institution for Women out of fear of the President. Administrative lapses make them worry they won’t be home for Christmas.
Paano tinugunan ni Pangulong Duterte ang mga kontrobersiyang hinarap ng kanyang administrasyon noong 2019?
Often undetected, Chinese vessels and warships cross deeper into the Philippines' territorial seas and closer to home
Newsbreak, Rappler's investigative and research section, tracks stories that depict lawlessness in the Philippines, aided by policies and orders that veer toward authoritarianism
On Thursday, November 28, the Newsbreak team will sit down to discuss preparations for the SEA Games 2019, what went wrong along the way, and other questions related to the Philippine hosting of the regional event
On Thursday, October 24, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss the latest development in the electoral protest filed by Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr against Vice President Leni Robredo
On Thursday, September 26, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss whether government is on the right track and what else it can do to full-proof the implementation of the GCTA law
On Thursday, August 29, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss and analyze how some political personalities have tried to trifle with the law
On Thursday, July 25, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss the issues surrounding the lives of the Gem-Ver fishermen and what's ahead after the 2019 SONA
Here are 3 confessions from a divided nation: A Davaoeña critic of the President whose father is rabidly pro-Duterte, a disillusioned Duterte supporter, and an impassioned Duterte defender
On Thursday, May 9, Rappler reporters Lian Buan and Mara Cepeda join Newsbreak Chats to analyze the Otso Diretso campaign and the possibility of them winning on May 13
On Thursday, May 2, the team sits down to discuss why it is important to keep an eye on local races in the 2019 polls and what are the things voters should keep in mind when dealing with local candidates
On Tuesday, April 9, the team sits down with election lawyer and Rappler columnist Emil Marañon III to discuss what counts as vote-buying and how do the anti-vote buying laws fare in implementation