Hello! Here are the stories you shouldn't miss this Monday.
Jayross Brondial just came out of their house to sit outside when he was shot dead in broad daylight
The Freedom from Debt Coalition and Sugid Productions announce a rerun of the play by Chris Millado
Meralco overturns a 16-point deficit to finish the eliminations at 9-3
Marawi City Mayor Majul Gandamra asks the national government to help residents rebuild their 'completely devastated' homes
Loreto Carbonell, the flashy forward for the 1956 basketball team which placed seventh in the Melbourne Olympics, has died.
Millennials share why they joined the protest on the 45th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law
The Star Hotshots overcome an early 15-point deficit to close out the elimination round with a victory.
The Commission on Human Rights calls on the Duterte administration to show it is 'serious in making progress for human rights'
(3rd UPDATE) 5 other Vietnamese fishermen are arrested off the coast of Bolinao, Pangasinan
The Department of Foreign Affairs says the extension will benefit at least 6,000 undocumented Filipinos
Must-watch videos from this week
Juan Pablo Sanchez didn't come to lay down but Romero Duno gets the win by unanimous decision.
Nonito Donaire wins a unanimous decision against unheralded Mexican boxer Ruben Garcia Hernandez in San Antonio.
The women’s resource shelter offers skills training so the OFWs will have a fall back when they go back home
The Right to Know Right Now Coalition also reiterates its call for the passage of a Freedom of Information Law
The Philippines is relying on a mix of strong veterans and young players to bring home a medal in this obscure sport.
'We refuse to just watch and do nothing as the Philippines becomes a narco-state and as we lose a whole generation to narcotics,' says Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano in a speech in New York
Behind a standing ovation from the packed lower boxes, Rob Ricafort entered a UAAP court for the first time.
Phivolcs says no damage is expected, but there are aftershocks
'Ang bayang akala nila'y nahihimbing ay nagising na,' says De La Salle Philippines President Armin Luistro on the 45th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law
Despite her detention, Senator Leila de Lima participates in the biggest opposition gatherings so far under President Rodrigo Duterte
The TNT Katropa secured their spot in the top 4 and surged to their fourth straight win after toppling the top seed Barangay Ginebra San Miguel.
Follow Rappler for live updates on Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas’ FIBA ACC match-up vs Thailand's Mono Vampire Basketball Club on Sunday, 2:30 pm
Rain or Shine gets the win but falls short of a top 4 spot after TNT defeated Ginebra.
Paul Desiderio, WowUP, and DLSU Green Archers also among top 10 trends shortly after the game
Tropical Depression Nando will bring moderate to occasional heavy rain to Zambales and Bataan on Sunday, September 24
The Fighting Maroons sink 16 triples, the most a team had made since 2010.
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
SPO1 Joshua Barile claims the confiscated firearms were evidence from police raids, while the packets of suspected shabu were allegedly planted
(UPDATED) 'Mabuhay si Apo!' thousands chant at the University of the Philippines Los Baños, as organizers promise them 'blessings'
On Thursday, September 21, Filipinos stand up for their rights in various ways – including through art and music
Company Commander Rommel Sandoval could not bear seeing any of his men wounded. For this, he paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says that 'those working in the government, such as members of the Cabinet, still have the right to privacy'
Genesis Servania scores a knockdown in round 4 but Oscar Valdez boxes his way to a unanimous decision win.
Alipayo bested his hometown's bemedalled surfer Piso Alcala in the 25-minute man-on-man finals duel despite suffering from a lower back injury.
Hugpungan coordinator Rey Paulin says that to understand the plight of the Moros and the indigenous people, 'we must understand each and every culture'
The national democrats know a break with President Duterte's administration will be inevitable. For now, it will milk the relationship for all its strategic and tactical worth.
'You are not a leftist or a socialist if you do not go against government by force of arms. That's what I don't like about them,' says the President
Marawi Bishop Edwin dela Peña presents 'Duyog Marawi,' a rehabilitation program that focuses on healing and peace-building efforts in his city
'Let reason guide us, but not reason alone; let it be reason tempered with respect, responsibility, and collegiality,' says UP president Danilo Concepcion
The war marks its 4th month on Saturday, September 23. At least 887 have died including 151 soldiers, 689 enemies, and 47 civilians.
Jack Tepora sends the hometown fighter crashing to the canvas for a second round knockout win in East London, South Africa
According to the petitioners – all human rights lawyers – current efforts to investigate a few of the thousands of deaths have not provided justice to the families
Follow Rappler’s blog for live updates on the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas’ FIBA Asia Champions Cup match-up vs Palestine's Sareyyet Ramallah on Saturday, 4:45 pm
Globalport trims a big deficit to single digits but can't topple the Meralco Bolts
#MoveSessions is an online live jam that showcases the talent of up-and-coming artists from communities and schools. Bookmark this page to watch the live jam at 7pm, Sunday, September 24
Marc Pingris admits he isn't playing at 100 percent after coming back from a hip injury.
This brings to 20 the number of frat men on the lookout list as authorities probe the hazing death of UST student Horacio Castillo III
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III hopes the new tax reform package can be implemented by January 1, 2018