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The 15-year-old singer-songwriter is dropping by Rappler HQ!
Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to lawyer Mel Sta Maria, dean of the Far Eastern University Institute of Law, on Monday, December 10
'The quote is a work of fiction,' says Commission on Human Rights Chairperson Chito Gascon
As in France, only popular protest in the streets will be able to stop the government’s stubbornly stupid plan
'We hope people will not politicize a children’s book,' says an associate publisher from Summit Books
Human rights is easy to understand. Let these kids explain it for you!
Tandaan natin ang araw na ito – Disyembre 7, 2018 – nagtagumpay ang mga alagad ng korupsiyon
Pregnancy is not a crime for you or me. Neither should it be a crime for students of Pines City Colleges.
Japan exerts its soft power to become a strategic partner that balances against a rising China
The government needs to listen to our people. China needs to hear from our people.
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo says the case against Rappler 'has absolutely nothing to do with the freedom of expression'
Every time he attacks priests for their hypocrisy, President Duterte echoes the sentiments of many
In acquitting Revilla, the court simply cited the 'failure of the prosecution to establish beyond reasonable doubt' his guilt for plunder. It did not use the words 'absolutely failed.'
Now the world's second biggest economy and a major power all around, China no longer hesitates to bully and cheat its way around client nations
The man shown in a photo with Vice President Leni Robredo is a former Uber driver, not a cop involved in Kian delos Santos' slay
(UPDATED) Legal terms are sometimes confused with each other, even by trial judges and media practitioners
There is no mention of Senate President Sotto in the embedded video
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The Australian ambassador wraps up her Philippine tour with updates on humanitarian support, and trade and investment opportunities
Absent sufficient safeguards, the Rice Fund might only serve as another costly leaky bucket that politicians can exploit
The Marcoses’ ill-gotten wealth has been proven in courts and the wealth recovered is accounted for by the PCGG
Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says, 'Canada remains deeply concerned for the security and safety' of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa in the Philippines
David Kaye, United Nations Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, calls the charges 'a serious threat against independent and investigative journalism in the Philippines, and will have implications beyond its borders'
How would he continue to push for his advocacies when he's no longer within the hall of the courts and in the August Hall?
How different would a Senator Harry Roque be from a Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque? Rappler interviews the People's Reform Party bet.
Maria Ressa is scheduled to be arraigned before the Pasig Regional Trial Court on Friday, December 7
The Department of Justice has only investigated at least 76 cases of killings related to the war on drugs
Rappler is doing its job – and that’s why it has become a favorite target of the Duterte government
Resolution of Both Houses No 15, or RBH, is nuanced and quite strategic. It does not look like it's dead in the water.
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The issue of Tsinoys has turned Monsod into a careless pundit, and she serves as a cautionary tale for young scholars like myself. Success in public service, a newspaper column, and the final word on a TV show can make one lazy.
Rappler CEO posts bail on Monday in one of the 5 cases filed by the government, which insists investments received by Rappler are income that should be taxed
(3rd UPDATE) The case at the Pasig court is just one of the 5 tax cases the Department of Justice has filed against Rappler Holdings Corporation and its president Maria Ressa
There is still hope, despite the challenges thrown at us
Hindi pa tapos ang laban, ang susunod na yugto: ang pakikipagbuno sa paglimot. Dahil kaluluwa natin bilang isang bansa ang nakataya
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines says 'arresting Maria will send a clear signal that the country’s democracy is fast receding under a feckless administration that cannot abide criticism and free expression'
The health department gears up to introduce a new vaccine for Japanese Encephalitis and universal health care in 2019. Will the past year's effort at damage control be enough?
It takes me less than two hours to find my wallet, thanks to the honesty and efficiency of the Japanese
In the aftermath of the Dengvaxia scandal, immunization rates remain low as the health department controls several measles outbreaks that are vaccine-preventable
'This attempt to silence a highly regarded news website is just the latest example of the administration’s contempt for free and vibrant news media,' says Human Rights Watch Asia Director Brad Adams
We need Church leaders who will describe rightly what we are facing: a death of conscience by those who justify the killings
Former president Ferdinand Marcos was ousted during UAAP Season 48, the year University of the East was the reigning men’s basketball champion
(3rd UPDATE) 'The mounting tax charges against Rappler are a blatant form of legal harassment,' says the Committee to Protect Journalists
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What the Monsod essay ‘boils down to’ is this: ‘We don’t trust China because we don’t trust Chinese and Chinese-Filipinos’ because, after all this time, and alas, we are still racists.
"Maria and her team are a shining example of principled resistance to the erosion of democratic norms."