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President Barack Obama smiles as he speaks about the fiscal cliff, Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, in the South Court Auditorium at the White House in Washington. AP FILE PHOTO


  • Labor group slams ‘culture of violence’
  • Proof fake like his wig, says De Lima
  • 20 mining firms face suspension
  • DOJ chief’s new dirt on De Lima: ‘Missing’ prison cash, sex clips
  • Gun supplier to Abu Sayyaf, warlords lived near Crame
  • Sports

  • Brandon Vera set for heavyweight title defense in December
  • Castro proves he’s just as lethal despite limited scoring
  • Durham seeks help from locals after game 1 loss
  • Madanly provides spark for TNT as Meralco clamps down on Castro
  • TNT shreds Meralco in PBA semis opener
  • Lifestyle

  • Knowing the ‘kiliti’ of Pinoys is its specialty
  • Brillante Mendoza gets a well-deserved MET retrospective
  • Giving precious mall space to micro, small and medium enterprises
  • Denisa Reyes’ ‘Neofilipino’ onstage this October
  • STCQC ’92 holds fitness run
  • Entertainment

  • Beleaguered mogul begs kin to take over the biz
  • Mercedes Cabral on what PH can learn from Danish films
  • Five PH films in Tokyo
  • Jericho’s portrayal galvanizes new drama series
  • HEARD: Solenn not afraid of drug testing
  • Business

  • Honor sanctity of Malampaya contract, audit body urged
  • DOF tax package to remove VAT exemptions on elderly, PWDs
  • Find and develop your own leadership brand
  • Duterte’s foul mouth hurting economy, solons say
  • STI takes over iAcademy
  • Technology

  • Xiaomi unveils Mi 5s flagship smartphone
  • Chrome app update has data-saving feature
  • David Beckham wannabe whacked by Twitter users
  • ‘One Punch Man’ to get smartphone game app, season 2
  • Jupiter moon may have water plumes that shoot up 125 miles
  • Opinion

  • Seeing Red
  • The local is national
  • Another approach to drugs
  • The P-word, according to SC
  • The promise of Burning Man
  • Global Nation

  • Steele, artist in Death March, dies
  • Duterte seeks alliances with China and Russia
  • Yasay: Maritime dispute to be dealt with ‘in very quiet diplomatic way’
  • Yasay: ‘PH not veering away from US’
  • Peso slightly recovers but remains at seven-year low
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