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  • Ex-SAF men enforce Crame security after media ‘violations’
  • Trainer clawed on legs by tiger at fair as children look on
  • Prosecutor shot dead outside Davao Oriental justice hall
  • Isabela placed under state of calamity
  • CBCP backs proposed 100-day maternity leave
  • Sports

  • UP Pep Squad skips 2016 UAAP Cheerdance competition
  • NBA: Rose fumes over Knicks loss
  • NBA: Spurs thrash Warriors on Durant’s opening night
  • LOOK: WWE legend The Undertaker visits Cavs’ locker room
  • NBA: LeBron triple-double leads Cavaliers romp in season opener
  • Lifestyle

  • PH bet finishes 2nd in Ms. Grand International 2016
  • Intruder at Miranda Kerr’s California mansion charged
  • Modern minimalism blends with old-world luxury
  • Are Filipino consumer groups powerless?
  • The ‘Generation T’ list–in alphabetical order
  • Entertainment

  • Hillary, in Miami, gets Adele on her team
  • LOOK: Paolo Ballesteros struts Tokyo red carpet as Angelina Jolie
  • Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb eyes Justin Timberlake collaboration
  • Kevin Curran, longtime writer for ‘The Simpsons,’ dies at 59
  • The day Bimby met baby bro MJ
  • Business

  • GT Capital completes P12B fund-raising
  • Union Bank’s 9-month profit up 122%
  • AEV nets P17B
  • Cargill builds 5th PH animal feeds factory
  • HSBC: renminbi to be major trading currency in PH
  • Technology

  • Google Fiber halts expansion plans as chief steps down
  • IBM Watson, Udacity to offer nanodegree in AI development
  • Autism study shows lasting benefits of early interaction
  • Apple spins services with iPhone sales slumping
  • AMD cuts graphics card prices to match NVIDIA’s
  • Opinion

  • Duterte in Japan
  • A killed Hero
  • The making of women ‘with balls’
  • A relationship of 1,000 years
  • The Constitution and the West Philippine Sea
  • Global Nation

  • Recto: PH bound to lose more than defense ally if Edca scrapped
  • Business, economic ties between PH, Japan to remain intact
  • No more foreign troops in PH in 2 years — Duterte
  • Duterte to Japan: PH ‘open for business’
  • Probe China firms in PH deals for ‘questionable integrity’–Lacson
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