Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:
Nearly 90 countries join an effort led by the United States and the European Union to slash emissions of the potent greenhouse gas methane. This pledge could rank among the most significant outcomes from the COP26 conference.
The Commission on Elections insists there was no conflict of interest when it awarded the half-billion-peso contract on the deployment of 2022 election equipment to F2 Logistics.
Radio station DZRH issues an apology over its ‘erroneous’ report about presidential aspirant and opposition leader Leni Robredo on October 30.
Former Facebook employee whistleblower Frances Haugen urges her former boss Mark Zuckerberg to step down. She says it is unlikely for Facebook to change if Zuckerberg remains CEO.
South Korean actor Kim Seon-ho of Hometown Cha Cha Cha fame will make his movie acting debut in the film Sad Tropics. A report says the producers of the movie decided to push through with Kim’s casting. – Rappler.com