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  • Business as usual in Champions League? Maybe not this season


    The usual pretenders topped their groups. Nearly all of the top teams advanced. Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski are the leading scorers. Is it a case of business as usual in this Champions League? Maybe not. While there seems to be an ever-widening gap between the biggest, richest clubs and the rest, there also appears to be more potential winners than ever in a last-16 lineup that sets up what could be a thrilling knockout stage. A look at some things that stood out in group play: MADRID ON THE WANE The most dominant team in the 27-season Champions League era might be on the wane. Real Madrid advanced as a group winner but lost home and away to CSKA Mo...Keep on reading: Business as usual in Champions League? Maybe not this season

  • At least $9 billion in insurance claims from California fires


    LOS ANGELES, USA – Insurance claims from the recent devastating California wildfires that killed at least 89 people and destroyed 19,000 homes and businesses have reached at least $9 billion, the state's insurance commissioner said Wednesday, December 12. "The devastating wildfires of 2018 were the deadliest and costliest wildfire catastrophes in California's history," said California Insurance ...

  • Duterte says he will skip Mass during the Balangiga bells turnover


    MANILA, Philippines --- President Rodrigo Duterte confirmed Friday that he would attend the turnover rites for the Balangiga bells in Eastern Samar on Saturday but would not attend the Mass. "I'd like to order the protocol now. Ngayon lang pumasok sa isip ko (It has crossed my mind only now). There's going to be a High Mass. I will not be there. I will just float along the coastal shores of Samar," he said in a speech in during the unveiling of the marker of Mella Hotel in Las Pias. "It's going to be like this. The American government will give it back to me. Then I will give it to the local executives. And the local executives will turn it over to its rightful owner, the people of...Keep on reading: Duterte says he will skip Mass during the Balangiga bells turnover

  • Food gifts to bring to your next get-together


    MANILA, Philippines – Food, undeniably, remains a universal love language; a constant among generations, cultures, family, and friends. The key to a man and woman's heart, the solution to bad days, the addition to good days – it is food, in all its glory and form, that ...

  • Villanueva lauds Senate ratification of cancer control bill


    Senator Joel Villanueva on Thursday lauded Senate's ratification of the bicameral committee report on theNational Integrated Cancer Control Act, saying it would allow affordable cancer treatment in the country. "Pirma na lamang po ng Pangulo at maisasabatas na natin ang ating panukala na magbibigay ng sapat na pondo at kalidad na pagpapagamot para sa ating mga kababayan na dumaranas ng cancer," Villanueva said in a statement. (With the signature of the President, we can now pass into law the bill that gives the right amount of funds and quality for the medical treatment of our countrymen suffering from cancer.) Earlier,...Keep on reading: Villanueva lauds Senate ratification of cancer control bill

  • Congress adjourns, fails to pass 2019 budget on time


    MANILA, Philippines – The 17th Congress failed to pass the proposed P3.757-trillion budget for 2019 on time, as it adjourned for 2018. The House of Representatives adjourned session on Wednesday, December 12. The Senate adjourned a day later, Thursday, December 13, as it continued with budget deliberations. Congress is set to ...

  • Tencent Music surges in Wall Street debut


    Shares of Tencent Music, the streaming division of the Chinese technology giant, rocketed higher Wednesday in its first trading session on the New York Stock Exchange. Under the ticker "TME," shares had jumped 10.6 percent to $14.26 near 1720 GMT. The stock was introduced at $13 a share and rose as high as $14.75 in its debut. Tencent Music said Tuesday it raised $1.1 billion in an initial public offering, the biggest by a Chinese company since Alibaba. The IPO price valued the company at $21.3 billion. Other Chinese companies also advanced on Wall Street, including Alibaba, up 2.1 percent, JD.Com, up 5.7 percent and Baidu, up 2.9 percent. The gains come amid more hopeful...Keep on reading: Tencent Music surges in Wall Street debut

  • Netanyahu: Israel would hit Iran to ensure its own survival


    JERUSALEM, Undefined – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday, December 12,  that Israel would be prepared to attack inside Iran if the Jewish state's survival was at stake. "Our red line is our survival," Netanyahu said at a meeting with foreign media where he was asked what his "red line" ...

  • 3 Abu Sayyaf militants, soldier killed in Sulu clashes


    ZAMBOANGA CITY – Three Abu Sayyaf militants and a soldier were killed in fierce clashes before dawn Thursday on Minis Island off Sulu’s Patikul town in southern Philippines, officials said….READ The post 3 Abu Sayyaf militants, soldier killed in Sulu clashes appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • NLEX gets No. 4 pick, trades Mallari, Marcelo to Phoenix


    MANILA, Philippines – NLEX and Phoenix agreed to a trade deal days before the 2018 PBA Draft. The Road Warriors acquired this year's No. 4 overall pick from the Fuel Masters in exchange for guard Alex Mallari and center-forward Dave Marcelo on Thursday, December 13.  Phoenix head coach Louie Alas, who ...

  • PDEA files raps vs former official, 40 others over P11-B smuggled ‘shabu’


    THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) on Thursday filed criminal cases against a former official and other personalities allegedly involved in the smuggling of P11-billion worth of “shabu” before the…READ The post PDEA files raps vs former official,
    40 others over P11-B smuggled ‘shabu’ appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Google chief trusts AI makers to regulate the technology


    SAN FRANCISCO, USA – Google chief Sundar Pichai said fears about artificial intelligence (AI) are valid but that the tech industry is up to the challenge of regulating itself, in an interview published Wednesday, December 12. Tech companies building AI should factor in ethics early in the process to make certain ...

  • Curry says moon landing conspiracy comments a joke


    LOS ANGELES: Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry walked back his moon-walk skepticism on Wednesday (Thursday), saying he was joking when he suggested the lunar landings were a hoax. “Obviously,…READ The post Curry says moon landing conspiracy comments a joke appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • [Right of Way] Risky behavior: The problem with MMDA’s yellow bus lane policy


    Bookmark to watch at 4 PM MANILA, Philippines – The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) says private vehicles can enter the yellow lane marking the bus routes along EDSA 100 meters before the exit. But are the exits uniform in distance? Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin points out an existing problem concerning ...

  • UK PM survives confidence vote over Brexit deal


    LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday survived a confidence vote by her own MPs but lost the support of one third of her colleagues, signalling the battle she…READ The post UK PM survives confidence vote over Brexit deal appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • U.S. believes Chinese intelligence behind Marriott hack


    WASHINGTON, USA – The United States said Wednesday, December 12, that China was behind the massive hack of data from hotel giant Marriott , part of an ongoing global campaign of cyber-theft run by Beijing. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed to Fox News' Fox & Friends program that the government ...

  • Palace: Duterte won’t attend Balangiga bells’ turnover in Eastern Samar


    PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte will skip the handover of the Balangiga bells to town officials in Easter Samar on December 15, his spokesman said on Wednesday. “President Rodrigo Roa Duterte would not…READ The post Palace: Duterte won’t attend Balangiga bells’ turnover in Eastern Samar appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Compton slams 'dirty basketball' as Banchero sustains low blow


    MANILA, Philippines – Alaska head coach Alex Compton didn't hold back in airing his sentiments after Chris Banchero sustained a low blow as the Aces equalized the 2018 PBA Governors' Cup finals against Magnolia.  Banchero got punched in the groin by the Hotshots' Mark Barroca with under 3 minutes left ...

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Isa pang Dalian train ng MRT, bumiyahe na

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SPORTS NEWS

Business as usual in Champions League? Maybe not this s ...

The usual pretenders topped their groups. Nearly all of the top teams advanced. Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski are the leading scorers. Is it a case of bus ...

NU through to gold medal game of ASEAN University Games

The Philippines' impressive campaign in the 19th ASEAN University Games volleyball tournament continues, as the National University Bulldogs toppled Indonesia i ...

TECHNOLOGY

Tencent Music surges in Wall Street debut

Shares of Tencent Music, the streaming division of the Chinese technology giant, rocketed higher Wednesday in its first trading session on the New Yor ...

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Alden at Julie Ann, nagkabati na

WALA kaming nakitang masama sa naglabasang photos na kuha sa taping ng Sunday Pinasaya na yakap ni Alden Richards si Julie Anne San Jose. Friendly hug ‘yun an ...

Zsa Zsa Padilla returns to ASAP

MANILA, Philippines --- Zsa Zsa Padilla is set to return to the "ASAP" stage and showcase her singing prowess this coming Sunday. An Instagram post by the offic ...

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