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The video shows a helicopter crash in the United Arab Emirates in December 2018
It’s not the virus. It’s not the Chinese flying into the Philippines. It’s panic.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has no official announcement about the release of a new design of Philippine peso bills
120Hz screens, 5G-readiness, 12GB RAM – check out what the decade's first batch of flagships is looking to offer
Rappler fact-checks President Rodrigo Duterte's claims and debunks his assertions against us
Raratratan ba tayo ng suwerte o dadagain ng malas ngayong Year of the Metal Rat?
How is the Philippines dealing with outbreaks in 2020? Health reporter Janella Paris talks to researcher Vernise Tantuco about it on this episode of 'Making Space'
As of January 24, Health Undersecretary Eric Domingo maintains that there are still no confirmed cases of 2019 nCoV in the Philippines
We have the 'Final Fantasy VII' and 'Resident Evil 3' remakes on our list. What's on yours?
We dive into the world of local comic books, conventions, and its future in TV and movie adaptations
Tinanong ko, in a very polite manner, kung ilang taon na ang tsuper. Naglitanya si kuya. Kesyo nakakainsulto na raw. Napataas pa ang boses. Nagalit yata sa akin dahil sa pagiging mausisa ko.
The footage is from a video game simulator called AC-130 Gunship Simulator: Special Ops Squadron
All its 23 towns and cities now host evacuees from Batangas
As of January 23, Congress is still sitting on the bills submitted to renew ABS-CBN’s franchise
It's Throwback Thursday at Rappler HQ with UMD and Manoeuvres!
A whistle-blower says a program director of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde passed thesis students who paid P20,000. The university says they're investigating.
Paano at kailan nagsimulang mag-alboroto ang Taal Volcano? Ano ang dapat gawin ng publiko ngayong nakataas pa ang Alert Level 4? Pakinggan ang talakayan nila Rappler editor Acor Arceo at researcher-writer Jodesz Gavilan.
Join us on February 6 at 6:30 pm for the first Rappler PLUS exclusive briefing this year
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Marguerite de Leon
What led our podcast guest David Ong to his atheism? What values does he hold? Would he raise his child godless or marry a staunch Catholic? Let's find out!
Both the Department of Transportation and the Philippine National Police say the man in the photo was part of a security simulation conducted by cops
Ranking officials of the Duterte government will do well to know a memorable quote in HBO’s Chernobyl: 'Every lie we tell incurs a debt to the truth. Sooner or later that debt is paid'
Not all of the 64 airports, 243 seaports, 2,709 bridges, and 9,845 kms of roads are newly built. It includes projects involving repair, rehabilitation, widening, or expansion of existing infrastructure.
Whether you're on a vegan, ketogenic, low-calorie or high-protein diet, these meal delivery services can help make your health-conscious life easier!
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Bea Cupin
The Vice President also gives pan de sal to the evacuees, sending a message to her critic and administration propagandist Mocha Uson
Golpe de gulat is the Duterte administration's tool in telling the business elite that their time is up, that the future belongs to a new oligarchy
Taal Volcano has 47 craters and Binintiang Malaki is among them
At least 4 bills in the Senate and 14 bills in the House of Representatives seek to amend the 55-year-old Land Transportation and Traffic Code
The Philippines is 9th in disaster-risk worldwide, located in the Pacific Ring of Fire, visited by 20 tropical cyclones every year, and has 74% of its population vulnerable to disasters. Yet government reduces our calamity fund by P22.9 billion since 2016
'Adobo Queen' Nancy Reyes-Lumen lets Rappler in on the beauty of adobo – the Filipino national dish made different in every home
Rappler Hustle gives you a glimpse of how you can train like a Japanese warrior
There is a clear pathway so that motorcycle taxis can be mainstreamed into our public transport system
Paano nagsimula ang tensiyon sa pagitan ng Iran at Estados Unidos? Paano kaya ito matatapos? Pakinggan sa podcast na ito nina foreign affairs reporter Sofia Tomacruz at researcher-writer Jodesz Gavilan.
In 2019, the Department of Health declared outbreaks of measles and polio in the Philippines. How did this happen?
The online platform industry – which is easy to enter, is relatively inexpensive, and is clearly innovative – is simply for now, difficult to regulate
Based on Phivolcs' hazard maps, there are only 5 potential eruption vents, all found in Volcano Island or Taal Lake
If anyone deserves to be impeached it's Duterte. And in that scenario, however implausible, the thought of Robredo being first in the line of presidential succession is consoling, if vaguely.
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Chay Hofileña
The airstrike shown in the video has nothing to do with the conflict between the US and Iran. It shows the rocket attacks that involved Palestinians and Israel in November 2018.
The message from the world is clear: unless we in the Philippines shape up, foreign investors will continue to view us as an unworthy investment destination
Watch Rappler’s evening newscast with Amanda Lago
Let’s not be content with heartwarming stories of volunteerism
We kick off Live Jam this year with this singer-songwriter and busker
Robredo distributed rice, canned goods, noodles, bottled water, and face masks