Today on Rappler – the latest news on the Philippines and around the world:
The Maginhawa community pantry in Quezon City re-opens Wednesday, April 21, a day after it temporarily closed as organizers face malicious red-tagging claims.
Facing supply constraints, the Philippines reaches out to the United States and the United Kingdom for access to at least 6 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccines from their excess stockpiles.
The Philippine National Police is asking the labor department to require national police clearances for ‘various transactions.
Minneapolis jury convicts former policeman Derek Chauvin of murder Tuesday, April 20, in the death of George Floyd.
Apple announces its latest iteration on the iMac, powered by the M1 chip and macOS Big Sur. Like the new iMac, the iPad Pro gets the M1 treatment. The 5th generation iPad Pro features the company's in-house M1 chip and 5G connectivity, the first iPad to have the feature.