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People walk by a stock price display of a securities firm in Tokyo Monday, Dec. 17, 2012. Asian markets were mixed Monday, with Japanese shares soaring and the yen tumbling after a landslide election win for the conservative opposition.  AP PHOTO/KOJI SASAHARA


  • Laguna town ABC president nabbed over unlicensed guns
  • Afghan air force spreads its wings amid record army losses
  • Sandra Cam: My secretary tipped off authorities on Kerwin Espinosa
  • Maduro meets Pope as Vatican steps into Venezuela crisis
  • VAT exemption on seniors’ meds retained in new reform proposal
  • Sports

  • Shaq buys historic Krispy Kreme store, teams up with donut chain
  • Karate: Olympic debut shines light on martial art
  • In the NBA, foreign players try to understand social issues
  • NBA: Lakers waive Chinese forward Yi
  • Superal, 2 others enter final stage
  • Lifestyle

  • Mermaids making a splash in Dutch pools
  • The essential drink for a healthier, happier childhood
  • How hip-hop dancing helped Donnie Tantoco realize what really matters
  • Is it morally wrong to consult a fortuneteller?
  • The consequences of unhealthy habits
  • Entertainment

  • Justin Bieber drops mic, walks out at UK gig
  • LOOK: ‘Kimerald’ reunites in upcoming soap opera
  • Jury acquits man of stalking TV star Kendall Jenner
  • Ogie pulls off ‘age-defying’ numbers
  • Marriage is about love, even for same-sex couples
  • Business

  • MNTC to merge with Tollways Management
  • US slaps steep duties on Canadian, Chinese machine parts
  • 12 private sector agreements expected to be signed in Tokyo
  • Gov’t assures investors of protection
  • Anti-US sentiment triggers anxiety among investors
  • Technology

  • Mocha Uson petitioner reported on Facebook
  • Air pollution can affect blood pressure—study
  • Autonomous bus service to be tested in Singapore
  • Expedited Galaxy Note 7 recall delays Galaxy S8 development
  • Kodak brings back the big ‘K’ logo
  • Opinion

  • Lessons learned
  • Asserting our consumer rights
  • Burden of guilt
  • Unacceptable tolerance
  • Embracing the dragon
  • Global Nation

  • China gives 115 boxes of ‘anti-drug equipment’ to PH police
  • ‘No strings attached’ in China aid for ‘Lawin’ victims—Duterte
  • WATCH: Int’l artists, including Filipina, sing for late Thai King
  • Duterte mustn’t make ‘wastepaper’ of int’l court ruling
  • China gives P90M to PH for ‘Lawin’ relief
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