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In this Aug. 2, 2011 file photo, the Toyota Motor Corp. logo is seen on a tire wheel of an Avensis sedan at Toyota's Tokyo headquarters. Japanese automaker Toyota said Thursday, August 2, 2012,  it was recalling 600,000 vehicles in Europe to check for loose nuts in the rear wheel area, following a similar recall in the United States.  AP PHOTO/SHIZUO KAMBAYASHI


  • Marcos: I only sought Duterte’s endorsement
  • Alan Cayetano on Marcos stalking Duterte: Am not jealous
  • DQ case raised as Duterte files COC in Comelec
  • Susan Roces urged to run if Poe disqualified
  • Edsa lane barriers eyed for holiday traffic
  • Sports

  • Tamaraws shoot for title Saturday
  • Alaska thwarts feisty NLEX, nails solo lead
  • Pinoy Pride 34: Villanueva, Melindo eye rebound
  • PLDT, Army begin V-League title duel
  • Local swimmers make big splash
  • Lifestyle

  • Luistro: Books give wings to imagination
  • ‘Mabining Mandirigma,’ ‘The Normal Heart’ lead Gawad Buhay! third-quarter citations
  • ‘The Bridges of Madison County’: Elegant musicality, accomplished staging
  • Layeta Bucoy, 5-time Palanca winner, is also a ‘Star Trek,’ ‘I Love Lucy’ fan
  • Lea Salonga to star in international premiere of Tony-winning musical in Manila
  • Entertainment

  • John Lloyd-Bea starrer crackles with thespic pertinence
  • Bracing change of pace for Adele
  • Comedy caper goes downhill
  • Finding fulfillment
  • Where in the world is Jose Manalo?
  • Business

  • ADB approves $600M in loans to PH
  • PSEi falls below 7,000
  • PH, Japan agency sign $2-B railway loan
  • RC Cola bottler set for PH, Asia expansion
  • Union between PSE, PDS on brink of being called off
  • Technology

  • PH ranks 33rd among cyberattack-prone countries
  • Philippine website to seek tips on missing Marcos paintings
  • Paris climate pledges can avert extreme warming—study
  • Air Force returns to supersonic jet age
  • ‘Phuc Dat Bich’ name was a prank, Australian man reveals
  • Opinion

  • Pink-diamond blues
  • We must prepare now for another major El Niño
  • The guidance counselor as ‘career hero’
  • Beware the ‘governor’
  • Marcos: Dead, not gone
  • Global Nation

  • Paris pledges can avert extreme warming
  • 4th Impact thrills fans at PH Embassy in London, thanks UK aid
  • ADB says PH faces deadlier typhoons
  • China tried to ‘physically expel’ PH
  • Falling debris injures Aussie woman in Makati
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