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[OPINION] Leaving the medical profession to become a journalist

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A preacher in church once said, 'Do not just step into the open door, walk into the open door. If you’re afraid, then do it afraid.'

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Groups lead activities to help Taal eruption evacuees recover from trauma

Hoping to help them cope, groups initiate psychological first aid, fun performances, reading and writing exercises and games to evacuees

Filipinos online offer prayers for world peace on Feast Day of Black Nazarene

Netizens pray for the easing of tensions between the United States and Iran, and also for Australia which is experiencing one of its worst bushfire seasons

Pain and promise: Journey of a millennial first-time mom

Published in Ridge to Reef

Hearing my daughter’s first cry instantly transformed my world. Having gone through hell, I was inexplicably happy.

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Duterte confers Order of Lapulapu to SEA Games athletes

The special presidential recognition is on top of cash incentives for medal-winning Filipino athletes

Medialdea's balancing act in Malacañang

Salvador Medialdea is President Duterte's steady hand in the Palace, giving legal teeth to his orders

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A tale of two justice secretaries: The De Lima-Guevarra balance

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Senator Leila de Lima and Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra may not meet eye to eye, but they understand each other and what their jobs mean

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Lawyer killed in front of Pampanga church

Police say lawyer Carlos Anselmo and his driver Marcial Mendoza were killed by 3 motorcycle-riding men in front of the San Vicente Parish Church in Sta Rita, Pampanga

PH suspends visa on arrival for Chinese visitors due to coronavirus scare

There is no policy to bar Chinese visitors in general, so those who have other valid visas can still enter the Philippines, says Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente

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The indignity of the U.S. travel bans is not about our politicians

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It's true, it is within the United States' sovereign power to block entry to anyone it wishes. But my migration framework prevents me from unequivocally saying that.

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Lawyer killed in front of Pampanga church

Police say lawyer Carlos Anselmo and his driver Marcial Mendoza were killed by 3 motorcycle-riding men in front of the San Vicente Parish Church in Sta Rita, Pampanga

PH suspends visa on arrival for Chinese visitors due to coronavirus scare

There is no policy to bar Chinese visitors in general, so those who have other valid visas can still enter the Philippines, says Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente

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[OPINION] Christmas isn't necessarily merry for people with depression and anxiety

The family unit – more so the Filipino family – is a complicated creature, and whether or not we want to admit it, not all issues can be wrapped in sparkly paper and topped with a festive bow.

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Netizens dare officials: Dengvaxia shot for Persida, rice planting for Cynthia

After Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo's commute stunt, netizens dare other officials to put their money where their mouth is

'It's our happy place': Netizens recall favorite memories of Star City

One of Metro Manila's most beloved attractions is in ashes, and Filipinos take to social media to mourn and reminisce

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The unbearable weight of traveling while female

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Many times I feel that nothing is better than another female's company when I’m traveling alone

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PH repatriating Filipinos in Wuhan, Hubei province who want to return home

Filipinos who wish to stay in China should heed advisories from local health authorities and cooperate with efforts to quell the further spread of 2019-nCoV there, the Department of Health says

DOH monitoring 24 people with flu symptoms amid coronavirus fears

The Department of Health says the persons under investigation are foreign visitors who all have a history of travel to Wuhan, China

[OPINION] Before the fall: Remembering the casualties of the Berlin Wall

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On the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, I am reminded of new barriers rising around the world

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After canceled U.S visa, Dela Rosa may face 'far bigger problems' – HRW

Human Rights Watch Asia Advocacy Director John Sifton says Senator Ronald dela Rosa, one of the architects of the government's bloody drug war, 'may still have a date with justice'

[PODCAST] Taal Volcano 2020 eruption: Ano ang worst-case scenario?

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.

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WATCH: Rappler's most-watched videos of 2019 on YouTube

Rappler looks back at the videos that shaped the year that was

'Nowhere to Go But UP': Book on Fighting Maroons launched

Authored by Rappler sports correspondent Naveen Ganglani, the book chronicles the rise of the UP Fighting Maroons from UAAP cellar-dwellers to Final Four contenders

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Entering the Church of Carly Rae Jepsen

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I know not everyone would understand the reasons behind our near-spiritual obsession, so let me tell you the story of mine

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Solution to online harassment? Regulation, says Sundance 2020 panel

‘The tech platforms are saying ‘We don’t know what to do, or we're doing our best,’ but it's not enough,’ says Maria Ressa

Funeral home waives fees for dad who died amid Taal eruption

The eldest daughter of Antonio Baleros says a good samaritan spoke with Filipinas Funeral Homes to waive their remaining balance of P45,500

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Sweeney Todd Manila: The dark side of Lea Salonga

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Director Bobby Garcia puts his own spin on this Stephen Soundheim classic

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