Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:
The former anti-fraud officer of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation or PhilHealth says the agency’s executives may have pocketed around P15 billion through fraudulent schemes.
Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte gives a second chance to the city’s Task Force Disiplina head Rannie Ludovica. She says Ludovica apologized to her.
Statements by President Rodrigo Duterte on frontliners’ request to revert back to strict quarantine measures anger Filipinos who creatively call him out on social media.
An ostrich is spotted running in a village in Quezon City Tuesday, August 4. The ostrich caught on video speeds past motorcycles and cars inside Mapayapa Village III.
Online posts claim the Administration of President Benigno Aquino III incurred a P6.4-trillion debt – higher than President Rodrigo Duterte’s P2-trillion debt. The claim is FALSE. – Rappler.com