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'Scream Queen' Lin Shaye talks to Rappler about how the horror genre has evolved and what fans can expect from the latest 'The Grudge' remake.

LOOK: Angkas bikers mass up in front of Senate during the Senate inquiry allowing and regulating the use of motorcycles as public utility vehicles on January 20, 2020. Photos by KD Madrilejos/Rappler

'Adobo Queen' Nancy Reyes-Lumen lets Rappler in on the beauty of adobo – the Filipino national dish made different in every home. How is adobo made in your home? Share it with us.

Be up to speed with the day's top stories by watching Rappler's newscast #ThewRap !

LOOK: Members of the Philippine Coast Guard patrol the houses along the lakeside of Brgy San Isidro in Talisay, Batangas to ward off residents trying sneak in to retrieve their belongings a week since the #TaalEruption2020  began on Monday, January 20. 📷 Benjamin Nabong/Rappler

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Have you ever imagined becoming a real-life Japanese warrior straight out of an anime? Rappler Hustle gives you a glimpse of how you can train like a samurai. #Hustle 

@reyaika  At Tagaytay flower market, vendors ask for relief goods. Amid difficult times, Maristela Romago tells Rappler that some buyers even asked them if their flowers can be bought at a "bargain " price. | via @reyaika 

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The Senate begins its inquiry on allowing and regulating the use of motorcycles as public utility vehicles on Monday, January 20. Photo by KD Madrilejos/Rappler

WATCH: The Redemptorist Shrine in Lipa City is not your average evacuation center. Rappler’s Charles Salazar captures why in this video. #TaalEruption2020 

LOOK: Around a hundred families lost their homes after a fire hit a residential area in Barangay Sto Domingo, Quezon City on Sunday, January 19, 2020. 📷 Inoue Jaena/Rappler

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LOOK: A dog peeps through a car covered in ash in Tanauan, Batangas on Monday, January 13. #TaalEruption2020  Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler

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LOOK: Roads in Agoncillo, Batangas are covered in thick blankets of ash on Monday, January 13. #TaalEruption2020  Photos by Dante Diosina Jr/Rappler

LOOK: First full moon of 2020! 🌕 Called the "wolf moon," the first full moon of 2020 rises Friday night, January 10. Photos by Mau Victa/Rappler

Philippine sports legends Lydia de Vega, Akiko Thomson, Eric Buhain, Alvin Patrimonio, Bong Coo, Efren "Bata" Reyes, Mansueto "Onyok" Velasco, and Rafael "Paeng" Nepomuceno carry the SEA Games Federation Flag at the #SEAGames2019  opening ceremony. 📷 Josh Albelda/Rappler

President Duterte refers to journalists as “spies,” “vultures” and “lowlifes.” His wish, he has said, is to “kill journalism” in the Philippines. His primary target: Rappler, one of the country’s most popular media platforms, led by Maria Ressa.

New hopes, new dreams. 🌻 The sunflowers along University Avenue in UP Diliman are now in full bloom. Since the early 1980’s, these sunflowers have graced the school’s graduation ceremonies, serving as a yellow backdrop when the graduates march in. 📸 Beth Frondoso/Rappler

Environmental activists and fishermen on April 5, 2019, raised Philippine flags along the beach of Olo-Olo in Lobo, Batangas to protest the sighting of the Chinese vessel near the area. Photos by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler

'Our records do not show that Ms Marcos was awarded a degree,' says Princeton deputy university spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss in an email to RapplerStory:

SEC’s kill order revoking Rappler’s license to operate is the first of its kind in history. We intend to not only contest this through all legal processes available to us, but also to fight for our freedom to do journalism.

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