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A woman stands in the rain in front of an electronic stock board of a securities firm in Tokyo, Monday, Nov. 26, 2012.  AP Photo/Koji Sasahara
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News

  • Jinggoy seeks furlough so he can pack up and leave Senate
  • Duterte can be proclaimed earlier than VP—Sotto, solon
  • Duterte favors medical marijuana use
  • Davao braces for 100k merrymakers at Duterte’s victory party
  • Philrem president posts bail in graft case with ex-PNP chief
  • Sports

  • Lassiter feels good in return to Gilas Pilipinas
  • Rosario hoping but not expecting to be top pick in 2016 PSL Draft
  • SEABA Cup: Jalalon takes charge as Gilas Cadets down Singapore
  • Tenorio rues Lee’s absence: ‘Not two players can fill his shoes’
  • Conor McGregor to grace cover of ESPN The Magazine’s ‘Body Issue’
  • Lifestyle

  • President Aquino surprises Malacañang Museum guests, poses for selfies
  • Stressed at work? Beware of stroke
  • NZ artist’s free tattoos give sick, grieving kids something to smile about
  • Obama visit in Vietnam pork soup eatery stuns owner
  • President-elect Rody Duterte’s Buerger’s disease—what exactly is it?
  • Entertainment

  • UK actor Ian McKellen: ‘India needs to grow up’ about gays
  • Boy George & Culture Club announce 40-city tour including Manila
  • Maria Isabel Lopez: No intention to steal scene in Cannes
  • Former Megadeth drummer dies after collapsing on stage
  • Dennis Quaid,Kate Bosworth set to delight fans in The Art of More
  • Business

  • Fiat Chrysler names new head of Alfa Romeo and Maserati
  • PSEi bucks regional downturn
  • Volkswagen to provide update on emissions settlement talks
  • PH has worst unemployment rate despite high GDP growth–Ibon
  • 8990 Holdings’ Q1 nets P1.03B
  • Technology

  • Apple boss Tim Cook: Apps are future of TV
  • ‘Office of the Future’, world’s first 3D print building, inaugurated in Dubai
  • ‘Sexier’ new model of MacBook Pro to have OLED touch bar–reports
  • Netizens hope new body to boost Internet speed—INQUIRER.net poll
  • New gadget in Singapore sniffs out when toilets need cleaning
  • Opinion

  • Same old story
  • In search of a national strategy
  • Whatever works
  • Voiceless and rightless
  • Duterte and the coming bloodbath
  • Global Nation

  • DFA: Around 10,000 manual votes by mail from OFWs to be counted
  • Aquino welcomes ambassadors from Latin America, Middle East
  • PH Navy on fishermen abuse in Malaysia: Gov’t dealing with it
  • Cebuana receives global recognition for anti-tumor research
  • G7 meeting in Japan to tackle sea row in Asia Pacific
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