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Authorities from the US, Britain, South Korea and other countries say they rescued at least 23 minor victims of sexual exploitation
The full video of the shooter's attack is still available on multiple sites promoting violent and sexual content
Mayor Francis Zamora promised a new San Juan after ending the Ejercito-Estrada clan's 50-year rule in the city. How did he fare in his first 100 days?
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Is Mayor Isko Moreno on track to reviving Manila? Watch his interview evaluating his first 100 days.
Climate change, the Amazon, and Metro Manila congestion
The video blogging contest is open to Filipinos aged 18 to 24 years old
The favorite pasalubong from Baguio brings home the argument about climate change
Check out the highlights as the world’s best basketball players put on a show
Defending champion USA and main title challenger Serbia head into the next round vying to keep their records perfect
Check out the highlights of the overtime game thriller between the United States and Turkey
In 15 minutes, Judge Emmanuel Carpio of Davao City Regional Trial Court Branch 16 is done with the arraignment and pre-trial of suspects in two different cases
Rappler sits down with Julius Leonen, whose team at the Manila Public Information Office keeps public interest in Mayor Isko Moreno up, on Friday, August 30
Here are the highlights of this year's MTV VMAs, held in Newark, New Jersey
Nadine Lustre appears in the video as James' lover
After initially hesitating to take on the job, Gilas Pilipinas coach Yeng Guiao now looks forward to calling the shots in the FIBA World Cup for the first time
Russia accuses foreign governments and media, including video website YouTube, of backing the demonstrations, which are held to demand free local elections
Pau Gasol, Alonzo Mourning, and Toni Kukoc go down memory lane to talk about representing their respective nations in the world stage
Gilas Pilipinas will face Italy, Serbia, and Angola in Foshan – one of the 8 cities in China that will host the FIBA World Cup
It's been 2 months since a Chinese trawler rammed a Filipino fishing boat in the West Philippine Sea. In this podcast, Rappler revisits that harrowing night, and more.
Gabe Norwood's love for basketball has only grown deeper since he became a part of Gilas Pilipinas more than a decade ago
New UAAP basketball commissioner Jensen Ilagan aims to use tech-savvy initiatives for fair competition
Rappler sits down with the commander of Manila Mayor Isko Moreno's anti-crime team, Police Major Rosalino Ibay
The videos, which have been viewed millions of times, compound fears about China's potential intervention into a two-month crisis that has seen increasingly violent confrontations between protesters and Hong Kong's police
Away from basketball for more than a year, Kiefer Ravena reflects on his journey after a life-changing ban
On Thursday, July 25, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss the issues surrounding the lives of the Gem-Ver fishermen and what's ahead after the 2019 SONA
The Video Music Awards happens on August 26 in the US
Follow Rappler’s real-time coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte's 4th State of the Nation Address happening on July 22, 2019
Leading up to the President's 4th State of the Nation Address, Rappler asks Filipinos: 'How would you assess Duterte's 3rd year in office?'
On Friday, July 12, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with Mark Thompson, an expert on Southeast Asian politics, to discuss the past 3 years of the Duterte presidency and the continuing support of Filipinos for the President
On the shores of Occidental Mindoro, the fishermen of Gem-Ver try to rebuild their damaged boat so they could set out to sail once again
The flaw may force users into Zoom calls with the camera on even without any permission from the user
Senate President Tito Sotto – the man in the #Sinotto memes – comments on the 'exclusivity' of fish in the Recto Bank. Are his statements valid?
Let this animation take you through a visual journey through poet and anthropologist Arnold Azurin's ruminations about Filipinos under the Duterte presidency
On Thursday, June 27, the Newsbreak team sits down to discuss what defined the Duterte presidency in the past 3 years, the implications of his policies, and what can be expected in the latter half of his administration
Here is a look at the defining moments of the first half of President Rodrigo Duterte's administration in under 5 minutes
The first 3 years of President Rodrigo Duterte's term will pass on June 30. Political science associate professor Aries Arugay weighs in on the Chief Executive's popularity, gains and losses, and challenges in the next half of his term.
BTS World – set to release on June 26 – is a role-playing game where the user is the band manager, recruiting and training the musicians and guiding the group in their quest for stardom
Here are 3 confessions from a divided nation: A Davaoeña critic of the President whose father is rabidly pro-Duterte, a disillusioned Duterte supporter, and an impassioned Duterte defender
Interested in making games as a a hobby or to learn new skills? Gwen Foster of the International Game Developers Association's Manila chapter in the Philippines shares some tips and advice on getting started.
Each of the 22 fishermen receives P50,000 under the Office of the Vice President's Angat Buhay Program
Lanie Insigne, the wife of Gem-Ver captain Junel, asks government to conduct a separate probe into the boat sinking incident to ensure fairness
Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol holds a closed-door dialogue with Gem-Ver fishermen, in a house surrounded by policemen in full battle gear
Pakinggan ang usapan nina defense reporter Rambo Talabong, foreign affairs reporter Paterno Esmaquel, at researcher-writer Jodesz Gavilan ukol sa nangyaring banggaan at tugon ng administrasyong Duterte rito
The Philippine government's messaging on the ramming of a Filipino boat by a Chinese vessel, evolves from confused to echoing China's line
The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, however, is not responsible for securing the country's domain, but the Armed Forces of the Philippines