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Ginoong Presidente, malinaw na hindi mo naiintindihan ang konsepto ng command responsibility, tulad ng maraming bagay na may kinalaman sa dangal
'It’s all a bizarre repeat of TRAIN where the poor are made to pay more so the rich can pay less. This time around, amid the COVID-19 crisis, the rich will benefit from the biggest corporate tax break in Philippine history.'
Where government falls short of providing aid to the poor and vulnerable, private donors step in
The 11,017 figure that ABS-CBN mentioned includes employees of their broadcast business and other subsidiaries as of December 2019
A public school in Taguig is the first in the Philippines to dress robots in toga to represent its graduates. The first in the world to do that was a university in Tokyo.
The singer-songwriter is bringing his music to the virtual Live Jam stage
'As a private company, Meralco is accountable to its customers, who pay expecting reliable service. But that unfortunately has not been the case.'
We talk to President Rodrigo Duterte's former government corporate counsel, Rudolf Jurado, who says the 10% public service ad clause violates the constitutional guarantee to just compensation
Host Naveen Ganglani catches up with Bert Gomez de Liaño, who pulls the curtain on what it takes to be a parent to UP basketball stars Juan and Javi
Whatever stage you are in this pandemic-prompted sexual journey, we’re refreshing the safe sex playbook with coronavirus updates to keep the lockdown sex hot – and safe
What alarms residents is the threat of competition from the administration's current pet project called Balik-Probinsiya
There is a big difference between urban centers and remote areas, echoed by a stark contrast in poverty incidence
The risks are aggravated by how workers may lose their jobs if they fail to report to work
Rappler’s Rambo Talabong talks to Manila Vice Mayor Honey Lacuna, a doctor herself, to discuss the city's plans in dealing with the pandemic
You need good ergonomics to make sure you avoid discomfort
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Ralf Rivas
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(UPDATED) 'Wala pa rin pagtitipon kasi 'yun 'yung policy,' says Major General Debold Sinas, who violated the policy himself on his birthday
Nelsito sets the tone of a creative workday with a good pair of earphones and a decent mic
The disaster response expert talks about how government should prepare for typhoon season amid coronavirus lockdowns
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Rambo Talabong
Bakit tila ang due process ay para sa mga kakampi lamang ng Duterte administration?
(UPDATED) PART 2 | EXCLUSIVE: Child sexual abuse has gone from the obscurity of the dark web into free and widely-used social media platforms
The photo of Bill Gates in the article is manipulated using a 2014 image of American mobster Vincent Asaro
Unless the Duterte government gets its act together, some groups will inevitably end up healing more than others
The claim used an edited screenshot of a 24 Oras news report in March 2020
The coronavirus pandemic unmasks yet again the abusive relationship between the police and prostituted women. Local governments have not been of much help.
Para-paraan ang mga gustong dumami ang followers, tapos ay ibebenta sa kung sinong herodes na malamang ay pulitikong mangangailangan ng titingin sa kaniyang recycled na plataporma at niretokeng pagmumukha
Archbishop Socrates Villegas did not say this quote. An earlier source of this quote was a site that published fake reports.
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Quita Chuatico
(UPDATED) PART 1 | EXCLUSIVE: Victims are left helpless while their private videos are spread online and sold by anonymous Twitter accounts patronized by thousands of followers
For many, to be fat means to be unattractive, undesirable, unhealthy, and lazy. But some people want to turn that around.
From July 2019 to May 2020, Rappler has debunked at least 13 false posts about the issue
You don’t need professional gear to look professional on video
The President loves songs that depict him as heroic and elevate him to the role of savior but the drama of the post-briefing music is not lost on netizens
Forecasts are not evidence. They must be held against the unfolding reality. What does the preliminary evidence show?
The Pasig City government's official feedback page on Facebook says the quote is 'fake news'
Rappler catches up with Nesthy Petecio as the world boxing champion tries to stay focused on her Olympic goals amid the tough times
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In the end, the question is left unanswered: why can't government do widespread mass testing for the novel coronavirus?
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Marguerite de Leon
(UPDATED) The challenge for the government is to prevent people from bringing the coronavirus back home
BPO workers who get exposed to the virus while on the job have to quarantine themselves without regular pay
Backriding in motorcycles is still not allowed in all areas in the Philippines under any form of quarantine
This ride and row instructor gets ready for his day in less than 5 minutes
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