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  • Sultan Kudarat mayor indicted for refusing to rehire employee
  • Duterte to welcome Marcos’ campaign visits in Davao City but won’t ally with him
  • Enrile demands plenary debates on Mamasapano committee report
  • PCGG asked to comment on plea to reverse ruling on P60-B SMC shares
  • Senate to set plenary debates on Mamasapano report on Enrile request
  • Sports

  • MMA fighter ‘Brown Bomber’ poops himself during fight
  • UAAP: FEU gets back at NU in finals rematch
  • Loss to NU fuels strong first round finish for UST, says Daquioag
  • UST escapes UE behind Ed Daquioag’s career game
  • Yankees still have not led playoff game since Jeter’s injury
  • Lifestyle

  • Top 10 things we discovered at the Wonderful World with Globe event
  • Balenciaga names German wunderkind new artistic director
  • Onigirazu is the cool new rice sandwich
  • Media scion takes to wood turning
  • ‘We want Filipinas to enjoy bathing with perfume every day’
  • Entertainment

  • Charlie Puth announces debut album “Nine Track Mind”
  • Lifehouse invites Pacquiao to jam in MOA Arena concert
  • ‘K-pop should try mixing genres for global appeal’ — US producer
  • Madonna announces second Bangkok show as part of world tour 
  • Asia’s hottest young stars on casting board in Busan
  • Business

  • Globe myBusiness teams up with Shopify
  • East West gets BSP ok on insurance foray
  • PSEi climbs to 7,100 level
  • European stock markets open higher
  • Volkswagen CEO: recall of cars hit by scandal to begin in January
  • Technology

  • 8 groups to participate in source code review of poll machines
  • Samsung 3Q operating profit surges, shares jump 9 percent
  • HPG cops’ accident report just a click away with new app
  • LOOK: 91-year-old Enrile back to playing ‘Bejeweled’ at Senate
  • Twitter gives co-founder Jack Dorsey a 2nd chance as CEO 
  • Opinion

  • Not Jesse
  • Leni Robredo: Dark horse on fast lane
  • Light in the darkness in Bohol
  • Our heroes’ formal education, or lack of it
  • Teaching teachers
  • Global Nation

  • Small group ‘run by ex-Marine’ behind kidnapping of Samal tourists
  • Heidi Mendoza a woman of integrity, says Palace on UN job
  • El Niño could spark dengue fever epidemic in Southeast Asia
  • 2 Australian Navy ships dock in Subic Bay for 5-day visit
  • Suspect in Samal kidnapping turned over to CIDG
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