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'Toy Story 4' is the fitting end to a series that has become so preoccupied with characters chained to their jobs and their roles
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Independent journalist Jagendra Singh says in a video recorded in a local hospital he was brought to: 'The motherfuckers poured petrol on me. They jumped over the wall and got in. If they wanted to, they could have arrested me instead.'
Since 2009, at least 13 journalists have been killed globally after working on environment-related stories, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. There may be as many as 29 cases.
Pixar Animation Studios modeler and rigger Mara MacMahon lets us in on the character design process of Bo Beep from 'Toy Story 4'
No one has yet been held accountable for the murder of fisherman Carlos Maaz. Instead there has been a criminalization of both fishermen and journalists in El Estor.
When an OFW was found dead in a freezer, Duterte gave the Kuwait government an ultimatum. When he saw foreign interference, he cursed at foreign leaders. But he chooses caution towards China in the Recto Bank ramming.
Learn how to keep your mobile phone number even as you switch service providers or your plan type from postpaid to prepaid and vice versa. Service providers will have 6 months starting July 2 to set up those porting systems.
In Tanzania, impoverished 'intruders' keep looking for gold at the risk of their lives, and reporters are punished and prevented from shedding light on environmental damage and other wrongdoing
27-year-old Thomas John Tenedero says he owes his success to his parents, who exhausted all means for his studies
Here are a few tips from the beauty-queen-slash-lawyer
Here are the phones released over the last 2 months
‘Lahat ng medalyang nakamit ko ay para lamang sayo. Walang tatalo sa tatay na katulad mo!’ says Ryan Russel Reyes
China absolutely hates gambling, but the Philippines is fueling its citizens' addiction
Hoping to get hired? Tip #1: Don't attach your resume to an empty email. Cover letters are very important!
Withheld passports, dubious recruiters, broken promises. This all sounds like a Filipino OFW's story, but it's someone else's.
The former top cop of Davao City is Manila's new police chief. He is unafraid to apply his rules in the capital.
Transferring via QR codes is currently the only free option users have when transferring to an unenrolled account
'To be of a certain faith, may it be Christianity or Islam, is to be human,' says 21-year-old Jomana Lomangco
Bong Go will be the Senate's 'direct line' to President Rodrigo Duterte, says PDP-Laban president, Senator Aquilino Pimentel III
Every graduation, Atenean seniors are told to go 'down from the hill.' This year, perhaps it is time to ask why there is even a hill at all.
She’s a crazy rich Asian with a big heart for animals
A young artist celebrates his bond with his senior high school class in a unique and personal way
The disappointing defeat of the opposition senatorial candidates only pushes the slate to continue the fight beyond the halls of the Senate
Here's a roundup of the stories that made headlines across the globe
From bleeding pens to defective vote-counting machines, the Commission on Elections needs to answer a host of problems while maintaining its independence
This psychologist offers 6 ways people can reduce the harm social media can do to their mental health
'I am fueled by my dreams, dreams which Ateneo’s generosity nourished, in a country whose problems are partly caused by the same inequalities that created the Ateneo'
On Thursday, May 30, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss killings that occurred in the past months, and possible developments in the latter half of the Duterte administration that may have implications on justice and human rights
Joem Periña has been teacher-in-charge of Sto Cristo Elementary School in Tiwi town for only 6 months, yet the local community has already felt the 'good changes' he has implemented in the school
Christian Jay Millena, 30, shares how he fulfilled his dream of becoming a lawyer despite the number of times he changed jobs, incurred debts, and faced the tragedy of losing his loved ones
Isko Moreno's journey to Manila City Hall is not just an overnight fairy tale
'The Last Interview' is just counterproductive
With the President removing the questionable 'pork barrel' allocations from the 2019 budget, it turns out that Davao Region is the biggest loser
Follow Rappler’s real-time coverage of the national and local races in the 2019 Philippine elections happening on May 13, 2019
The challenges in her campaign snatch from her the most coveted top rank in the Senate race
Make the coming days, months, and years count – if not for the country, at least for your sanity!
Former police chief Ronald dela Rosa woos voters with his personality and association with President Rodrigo Duterte
Senate leaders and other incumbent senators also lend a helping hand, in an attempt to preserve the 'camaraderie' and 'status quo' in the chamber
The political party chaired by President Duterte struggles to mix its party 'principles' with its current political reality
The Philippine News Agency publishes a fifth of all online 'PR' articles about the senatorial candidate in the two years before the 2019 elections
These events are being organized against the backdrop of attacks on press freedom, which have escalated in the Philippines in recent months
'Yung effort ng anak ko, talagang it paid off,' says Emma Dublin, the proud mother of national team member now also a lawyer Maria Rodielita A. Dublin
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
Isa lang ang balota na ibibigay sa iyo. Siguraduhin na tama ang iyong pagboto.
Organizing Filipino workers into unions is not an easy task, and neither is consolidating the labor vote
It’s more fun in the Philippines…if you know what to pack for your trip
The PNP circular and the corrective resolutions that followed show haste on the part of the Duterte administration to launch the anti-illegal drug campaign
You get only one ballot and one chance to vote. Here’s a brief guide on what to expect and how to prepare for Election Day.