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  • Child dies of dengue as Dengvaxia controversy rages


    As senators and other government officials tried to sort out the Dengvaxia debacle, a 7-year-old child died due to severe dengue, Health Assistant Secretary Eric Tayag said Tuesday. In a tweet, Tayag said the girl, whom he visited in the hospital,died early Tuesday after suffering from organ failure. He said she was unvaccinated. "Yesterday while the Senate was unearthing facts to sort out the #dengvaxia debacle, I prayed hard so that a 7 year old girl I visited in a hospital will recover from organ failure due to severe #dengue," he wrote. "She was unvaccinated She died early today. I'm (brokenhearted) #stopDengue," he added. Yesterday while the senate was unea...Keep on reading: Child dies of dengue as Dengvaxia controversy rages

  • Duterte to abolish urban poor body over officials' 'unnecessary trips'


    President Rodrigo Duterte wants Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor abolished, Malacañang said on Monday.

  • Duterte to abolish Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor


    MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte is set to abolish the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP), Malacañang announced on Tuesday, December 12. In a news briefing on Tuesday, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said Duterte has two reasons for abolishing the PCUP.  “The President stated two grounds: number 1 ...

  • White House rejects Trump accusers’ demand for Congress probe


    The White House on Monday (Tuesday) rejected calls for a congressional investigation of claims Donald Trump sexually harassed women, saying the American people had spoken on the matter by electing him president. Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand called on Trump to resign, meanwhile, echoing a demand made the previous day by two other Senate Democrats, while [...] The post White House rejects Trump accusers’ demand for Congress probe appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Duterte to abolish urban poor commission


    President Rodrigo Duterte will abolish thePresidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP), Malacanang said on Tuesday. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said Duterte mentioned that PCUP was not meeting as a commission and having lavish junkets abroad. Terry Ridon, a known left-leaning official, is the chairman of PCUP. ...Keep on reading: Duterte to abolish urban poor commission

  • US says ‘litigation-centered’ WTO losing focus


    The top US trade representative launched a broadside at the World Trade Organization on Monday, accusing it of losing its focus on trade negotiation and becoming a “litigation-centered” body. “Too often members seem to believe they can gain concessions through lawsuits that they could never get at the negotiating table,” Robert Lighthizer told the WTO [...] The post US says ‘litigation-centered’ WTO losing focus appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Seeking music edge, Apple buys song recognition app Shazam


    NEW YORK, USA – Apple said Monday, December 11, that it would buy leading song recognition app Shazam in a fresh bid to secure an edge in the intensifying battle of streaming services. Apple, whose streaming service has rapidly grown but still has only half the paid subscribers of Spotify, said ...

  • Drilon: Congress to okay martial law extension in Mindanao


    Despite their opposition, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon believes Congress will grant President Rodrigo Duterte's request, anyway, to extend martial law in the entire Mindanao for another year. The martial law was first declared last May after the attack in Marawi City by the Maute group. It was extended by Congress in July until December 31 this year. "I think the authorization of Congress to extend martial law in accordance with the request of the President is a foregone conclusion," Drilon told reporters before the senators' closed-door meeting at the Senate with Palace and security officials on the martial law extension. "Congress is...Keep on reading: Drilon: Congress to okay martial law extension in Mindanao

  • Jobless rate ticks up in Oct


    THE Philippine job market lost some momentum in October as the number of unemployed slightly increased from 2016. The unemployment rate rose slightly to 5 percent in October from 4.7 percent in the same month last year, the latest Labor Force Survey conducted by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) showed. This translates to 2.18 million [...] The post Jobless rate ticks up in Oct appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Security execs, Medialdea meet with senators on Duterte’s request to extend martial law


    Security officials and Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea are holding a briefing for senators Tuesday morning on President Rodrigo Duterte’s request to extend martial law in Mindanao until December 2018.

  • New LPA off Surigao likely to turn into tropical depression — Pagasa


    A LOW pressure area (LPA) east of Surigao del Norte will most likely turn into a tropical depression within the next 24 hours, according to the state-run weather bureau. The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said on Tuesday that the LPA was spotted 450 kilometers (km) east of Surigao City. The LPA’s [...] The post New LPA off Surigao likely to turn into tropical depression — Pagasa appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Foreign direct investments up 61.8% in September 2017


    MANILA, Philippines –  Foreign direct investments (FDI) hit net flows in September, a result that leaves inflows very close to the same level a year ago. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) data released on Monday, December 11, showed that FDI hit net inflows of $754 million in September, 61.8% higher than ...

  • Football for Peace: Inspiring youths in conflict zones one goal at a time


    (First of three parts) The objective was simple: to win the trust of children in the conflict-torn Sulu through football, hoping the rest of the community would follow suit. Football was only a pastime for the marines in Sulu when they were not in combat. The aim of the game, usually played by two teams of 11 players, is to score more goals than the opponent. They try to maneuver the ball into the opposing team's goal to make a score. With its simple rules, the sport can be played anywhere, just like basketball.The marines played with children occasionally, but six years ago, Marine Lt. Col. Stephen Cabanlet, saw this as an opportunity to form c...Keep on reading: Football for Peace: Inspiring youths in conflict zones one goal at a time

  • Drilon: Extension of Mindanao martial law a foregone conclusion


    President Rodrigo Duterte’s request to extend martial law in Mindanao until December 2018 will likely be approved considering the number of Malacañang’s allies in Congress, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon said Tuesday.

  • #SHORTS: Duterte to use martial law vs NPA; Ozamiz ‘continues to be a source of illegal drugs’; Baguio mayor orders probe of Christmas art tree torching


    MARTIAL LAW. President Rodrigo Duterte would be prompted to use the full force of martial law against the communists' armed wing, the New People's Army (NPA), if they continue to attack government forces, Malacañang said.

  • Palace, security execs brief senators on martial law extension


    Senators held a closed-door meeting on Tuesday with implementors of martial law in Mindanao to discuss the one-year extension of the military rule in the region being sought by President Rodrigo Duterte. Among those present in the meeting were Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon,Armed Forcesof the Philippines (AFP) Chief of Staff Gen. Rey Leonardo Guerrero, and Local Government Undersecretary Eduardo Ao, among others. At least six lawmakers were present as of posting -- Senate President Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel III, Majority Leader Vicente "Tito" Sotto III, Minority Leader Frank...Keep on reading: Palace, security execs brief senators on martial law extension

  • New PNP drug enforcement chief urges Filipinos to 'own' drug war


    MANILA, Philippines – With the return of the Philippine National Police to the government's drug war, the newly-designated PNP drug enforcement chief urged all Filipinos to be on board with them. PNP Drug Enforcement Group (DEG) chief Senior Superintendent Albert Ferro Ferro made the call on Monday, December 11, as he assumed his new post. "Winning ...

  • Unemployment slightly up, underemployment drops in October


    The jobless rate inched up in October even as the number of underemployed declined, the government reported Tuesday. Results of the Philippine Statistics Authority's October 2017 Labor Force Survey showed that the unemployment rate slightly rose to 5 percent from 4.7 percent in the same month last year. Preliminary estimates also showed that the underemployment rate dropped to 15.9 percent from 18 percent a year ago. The PSA defines the underemployed as "employed persons who express the desire to have additional hours of work in their present job, or to have additional job, or to have a new job with longer working hours." /cbb...Keep on reading: Unemployment slightly up, underemployment drops in October

  • Bench Celebrates OFW Month with 'Anak'


    [Editor's Note: The following is a press release from Bench] For Filipinos, December is the most special time of the year, with gatherings, parties, and family reunions planned to usher in the Christmas Season. For over 2 million Pinoys working abroad and their loved ones, it is doubly significant, as the ...

  • Trump tells NASA to send Americans to Moon


    Washington, United States --- US President Donald Trump directed NASA on Monday to send Americans to the Moon for the first time since 1972, in order to prepare for future trips to Mars. "This time we will not only plant our flag and leave our footprint," Trump said at a White House ceremony as he signed the new space policy directive. "We will establish a foundation for an eventual mission to Mars and perhaps someday to many worlds beyond." The directive calls on NASA to ramp up its efforts to send people to deep space, a policy that unites politicians on both sides of the aisle in the United States. However, it steered clear of the most divisive and thorny issues in spa...Keep on reading: Trump tells NASA to send Americans to Moon

  • Gordon suspects ‘conspiracy’ between Aquino, ex-Cabinet officials in P3.5-B Dengvaxia deal


    Senator Richard Gordon suspects that the government's P3.5-billion purchase of Dengvaxia vaccines in 2016 may be a result of a possible "conspiracy" between former President Benigno Aquino III and members of his Cabinet.

  • United Nations: Global economy growing at 3%, highest rate since 2011


    UNITED NATIONS --- The global economy is growing by about 3 percent -- its highest rate since 2011 and a significant acceleration from 2016, the United Nations (UN) said on Monday. In its annual economic report and forecast, the UN said the upturn stems predominantly from faster growth in all major developed economies, with east and south Asia remaining "the world's most dynamic regions." Compared to 2016, when global growth was just 2.4 percent, "growth strengthened in almost two-thirds of countries worldwide in 2017," the report said. Liu Zhenim, the UN undersecretary-general for economic and social affairs, called the rise "a welcom...Keep on reading: United Nations: Global economy growing at 3%, highest rate since 2011

  • Australian senator quits over China links


    SYDNEY, Australia – An Australian senator quit parliament Tuesday, December 12, over his links with China in a scandal that coincided with Canberra proposing new foreign interference laws that have sparked fierce criticism from Beijing. Labor opposition politician Sam Dastyari, a one-time high-profile powerbroker, has been under heavy scrutiny over ...

  • Ash falls like snow as celebrities flee California community


    LOS ANGELES --- Ash fell like snow and heavy smoke had residents gasping for air on Monday as a huge Southern California wildfire exploded in size, becoming the fifth largest in state history and driving celebrities from a wealthy hillside enclave. Tens of thousands have fled their homes as flames churn through foothill towns near Santa Barbara, the latest flare-up after a week of wind-fanned wildfires throughout the region. With acrid smoke thick in the air, even residents not under evacuation orders took the chance to leave, fearing another shutdown of a key coastal highway that was closed intermittently last week. Officials handed out mas...Keep on reading: Ash falls like snow as celebrities flee California community

  • DOH's Tayag tweets: Unvaccinated 7-yr-old girl died of severe dengue today


    An assistant secretary of the Department of Health (DOH) shared a sad news on social media amid the Dengvaxia controversy: an "unvaccinated" child just died due to severe dengue.

  • U.S. says 'litigation-centered' WTO losing focus


    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – The top US trade representative launched a broadside at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Monday, December 11, accusing it of losing its focus on trade negotiation and becoming a "litigation-centered" body. "Too often members seem to believe they can gain concessions through lawsuits that they ...

  • Kawhi’s debut? Spurs list Leonard as probable for Tuesday


    DALLAS --- San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard is expected to make his season debut Tuesday when the Spurs visit Dallas. Leonard has missed all 27 of the Spurs' games this season while recovering from right quadriceps tendinopathy, a condition that causes pain and weakness in the knee. Leonard last played in Game 1 of last season's Western Conference finals. He hurt his left ankle in the opener of that series against Golden State, turning it while trying to land after a jump shot and coming down on the foot of Warriors center Zaza Pachulia. The Spurs are listing Leonard as probable. Even without Leonard, who averaged a career-best 25.5 points last season and is a two-time defensive...Keep on reading: Kawhi’s debut? Spurs list Leonard as probable for Tuesday

  • Father Tito Paez: 'A comrade for others'


    NUEVA ECIJA, Philippines – Unlike most funeral masses, the casket of Father Marcelito "Tito" Paez rested directly on the floor of the St Joseph Cathedral in Nueva Ecija. On Monday, December 10, bishops who concelebrated the funeral mass for the slain activist priest wore red stoles over white gowns, ...

  • Pangilinan decries death of 30 dogs, warns of 90-year jail term vs culprits


    Those responsible for the reported deaths of more than 30 dogs while being transported to a show in Marikina last December 2 could face up to 90 years imprisonment, Senator Francis Pangilinan warned on Tuesday. Aside fromjail time,Pangilinan saidthe responsiblemight also be slappedwitha fine of up toP7.5 million. "We are enraged by reports that 30 dogs that were arranged to take part in an annual dog show died after being transported in a closed van," he said in a statement. While the Philippine Canine Club Inc. acknowledged that the incident happened during the Beagle Fanciers Club Dog Show, thesenatorfound its action "sorely lacking amid t...Keep on reading: Pangilinan decries death of 30 dogs, warns of 90-year jail term vs culprits

  • Impeachment committee question: Is Sereno still fit to hold office?


    MANILA, Philippines – In the weeks after he filed an impeachment complaint against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, complainant Larry Gadon made it a point to remind both reporters and members of the House that although he didn’t have personal knowledge of the allegations, he had the next ...

  • Cavs center Tristan Thompson coming back in reserve role


    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio --- Tristan Thompson's role may have changed. Not his drive. Sidelined since Nov. 1 with a calf injury he said was much more serious than a strain, Thompson could play Tuesday night when the Cleveland Cavaliers host the Atlanta Hawks. Thompson practiced Monday, and as long as he recovers as expected, the Cavs will have their most tenacious rebounder and one of their best defenders back on the floor --- but not as a starter. Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said Thompson will come off the bench, and Kevin Love will remain the starting center . The Cavs have won 14 of 15 and Lue doesn't want to disrupt the chemistry. That's cool with Thompson. "If I don't play, t...Keep on reading: Cavs center Tristan Thompson coming back in reserve role

  • These are the top killers of OFWs in Dubai and Northern UAE


    DUBAI, UAE – Cardiac and pulmonary arrest and brain hemorrhage are the most common causes of death among overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Dubai and the Northern Emirates, records at the Philippine Consulate General’s Assistance to Nationals (PCG-ATN) section showed. Data obtained from Vice Consul Marianne Bringas revealed there were 68 cases ...

  • Jahlil Okafor excited about fresh start with Nets


    NEW YORK --- Jahlil Okafor finally got the fresh start he wanted. Okafor was the consensus No. 1 high school player in his class, won a national championship at Duke, and averaged 17.5 points and seven rebounds in his rookie campaign for the Philadelphia 76ers. Then things changed drastically. Okafor struggled with injuries and a logjam at his position in his second season. "When I first got drafted there, we already had Nerlens (Noel) there, Joel (Embiid) was there, so we're trying to have three starting centers on the same team," Okafor said Monday at his introductory news conference with his new team, the Brooklyn Nets. "It just never really was the right fit." T...Keep on reading: Jahlil Okafor excited about fresh start with Nets

  • Are psych exam results relevant in Sereno impeachment?


    MANILA, Philippines – Discuss the psychological reports of all justices or don’t discuss any of them at all. Talk on Supreme Court (SC) Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno’s psychological exam was put to a stop – at least temporarily – during the House committee on justice hearing on Monday, December ...

  • Celebrity chef Mario Batali accused of sexual misconduct


    Celebrity chef Mario Batali stepped away from his restaurant empire and cooking show "The Chew" on Monday as he said that reports of sexual misconduct "match up" to his behavior. Food news website Eater New York published an article Monday that said four women accused the chef of inappropriate touching. One of the women said that Batali groped her chest after wine spilled on her shirt. Another said he grabbed her from behind and held her tightly against his body. Eater said the four women, three of whom worked for Batali, asked to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation. The sexual misconduct allegations are the latest to come against powerful men in entertainment, politics an...Keep on reading: Celebrity chef Mario Batali accused of sexual misconduct

  • P83M smuggled rice from China seized in Cebu


    CEBU CITY, Philippines – At least P83 million worth of smuggled rice from China were seized by the Bureau of Customs at the Port of Cebu on Monday, December 11. The rice shipment on board 71 container vans was misdeclared as tiles. Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña, who led the opening of ...

  • NBA: Irving out of Celtics-Bulls clash


    CHICAGO, United States --- Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving will miss Monday's game against the Chicago Bulls with a thigh injury, the team confirmed. Irving is suffering from a left quadricep contusion, the Celtics said, adding that forward Marcus Morris, who is battling a sore left knee, is also out. Center Al Horford is rated as questionable to start as he nurses a right knee contusion suffered in Sunday's 91-81 win over Detroit. Irving has missed only one other game this season, the November 12 clash with the Toronto Raptors. In 27 games this season, Irving is averaging 23.7 points and 4.8 assists. /cbb...Keep on reading: NBA: Irving out of Celtics-Bulls clash

  • Amnesty accuses Europe of 'complicity' in abuse of Libya migrants


    TRIPOLI, Libya – Amnesty International on Tuesday, December 12, accused European governments of "complicity" in the detention under horrific conditions of migrants in Libya, especially through their assistance to the Libyan coastguard implicated in people trafficking. "European governments are knowingly complicit in the torture and abuse of tens of thousands ...

  • Former intel officer warns vs entry of China Telecom


    A retired intelligence officer who held a delicate post at the height of China's artificial island-building in the South China Sea told the Inquirer that the entry of China Telecom into the Philippine market poses a national security threat. "It's going to be a long-term disaster for us," he said, observing that President Rodrigo Duterte "is so enamored with China." "We're dead. They [will] now have access to our telecom infrastructure," added the former officer, speaking on condition of anonymity. Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said on Sunday that acting Information and Communications Technology Secretary Eliseo Rio Jr. told a recent Cabinet meeting that C...Keep on reading: Former intel officer warns vs entry of China Telecom

  • On Mideast trip, Putin orders partial withdrawal from Syria


    ANKARA, Turkey / MOSCOW, Russia – Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with his Turkish counterpart in Ankara on Monday, December 11, for the last leg of a day-long diplomatic dash, during which he ordered the partial withdrawal of Russia's troops from the war-torn country. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met ...

  • Global stocks mostly rise on economic growth hopes


    TOKYO — Stock markets are mostly higher on yesterday as upbeat US jobs data from last week and signs of progress in the Brexit talks continued to support inv

  • New telco could be operational next yr


    DICT says goal represents ‘best effort’; rules still being drawn up PLDT, Inc. and Globe Telecom, Inc.’s market dominance could be challenged sometime next year, a senior government official said, following the Palace’s announcement that China Telecommunications Corp. had been chosen to compete against the duopoly. Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) officer-in-charge Eliseo [...] The post New telco could be operational next yr appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Employees urge Duterte to fire Dev't Academy of the Philippines president


    MANILA, Philippines – Employees of the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) urged President Rodrigo Duterte to fire their president, Elba Cruz, over "questionable moves" and her alleged lack of "knowledge, temperament, and behavior" necessary to lead a government institution. In a petition sent to media ...

  • 21 Rohingya women recount rape by Myanmar armed forces


    UKHIA, Bangladesh -- The use of rape by Myanmar's armed forces has been sweeping and methodical, The Associated Press found in interviews with 29 Rohingya Muslim women and girls now in Bangladesh. They were interviewed separately, come from a variety of villages in Myanmar and now live spread across several refugee camps in Bangladesh. Yet their stories were hauntingly similar. The military has denied its soldiers raped any Rohingya women.

  • Neymar heads to Brazil for 'personal matters'


    RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) star Neymar is urgently travelling to Brazil due to "personal matters", the Brazilian company that manages the footballer's career said on Sunday, December 10.  Neymar is "coming to Brazil for personal matters", a source from NN Consultaria told AFP, without specifying whether ...

  • Bitcoin futures rise as virtual currency hits major exchange


    CHICAGO -- The first-ever bitcoin future jumped after it began trading Sunday as the increasingly popular virtual currency made its debut on a major US exchange. The futures contract that expires in January surged more than $3,000 to $18,010 four hours after trading launched on the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). The contract opened at $15,000, according to data from the CBOE. The CBOE futures don't involve actual bitcoin. They're securities that will track the price of bitcoin on Gemini, one of the larger bitcoin exchanges.

  • CJ Sereno getting wrong legal advice – Tijam


    MANILA, Philippines – Supreme Court Associate Justice Noel Tijam on Monday, December 11, called on Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno to attend the impeachment proceedings at the House of Representatives. The persistent stance of Sereno’s lawyers that she has the right to be represented by counsels is ...

  • Wildfire flares up in west side of Southern California


    LOS ANGELES -- A powerful flare-up on the western edge of Southern California's largest and most destructive wildfire sent residents fleeing Sunday, as wind-fanned flames churned through old-growth brush in canyons and along hillsides toward coastal towns.

  • Bitcoin tops $18,000 in debut on major bourse


    NEW YORK CITY, USA (UPDATED) – Bitcoin surged past $18,000 after it began trading on its first major global exchange Sunday, December 10, the latest in a series of highs that have excited some investors while leaving others nervous of a bubble. Trading of the controversial digital currency on a ...

  • #SHORTS: Cebu mayor to SM: Remove cube; Collectors unite for toys, figurines convention; Argao’s bamboo organ plays again


    CUBE. Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña has given SM Prime Holdings Inc. (SMPHI) an ultimatum for the removal of their cube structure in front of its mall in the South Road Properties (SRP).

  • Roque slams De Lima, Gascon for 'hypocrisy' on EJKs


    MANILA, Philippines – Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque criticized Senator Leila De Lima and Commission on Human Rights (CHR) chairman Jose Luis Martin "Chito" Gascon for insisting there are extrajudicial killings under the Duterte government, when they had backed a definition of the term that excludes summary killings of drug ...

  • #SHORTS: 2 dead, 26 wounded in Occidental Mindoro bus crash; Duterte assessing need to extend martial law in Mindanao; Collectors unite for toys, figurines convention


    BUS ACCIDENT. Two persons were killed while 26 others were wounded when a bus carrying students fell into a 10-feet deep canal in Sitio Bunga, Barangay Nicolas, Magsaysay, Occidental Mindoro on Saturday.

  • Squaring circles: EU and Britain plot next Brexit chapter


    BRUSSELS, Belgium – The European Commission and the British government let out an audible sigh of relief on reaching Friday's (December 8) historic Brexit divorce terms deal. Yet numerous questions remain on the future trade relationship between the EU 27 and the bloc's departing member as the discussions now move ...

  • Israeli strikes kill 2 Hamas men after Gaza rocket attack


    GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Israeli airstrikes killed two Hamas members early Saturday following a rocket attack on Israel, in the latest fallout from President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital — a development that has roiled the region and the larger Muslim world.

LOCAL NEWS

Davao, Western Visayas house helpers to get wage hike

MANILA, Philippines — Domestic workers in Western Visayas and Davao will get a salary increase starting Dec.

SPORTS NEWS

Sean Chambers to UST?

With the UST coaching job vacant, several names have been mentioned with regards to taking over from Boy Sablan.

Osenio falters in ONE Championship return

APRIL Osenio’s return to the One Championship cage a year she last saw action in Asia’s largest MMA promotion proved a bitter pill to swallow. Osenio, of Te ...

TECHNOLOGY

LPA east of Surigao likely to intensify into tropical d ...

The low pressure area (LPA) east of Surigao City in Surigao del Norte will likely intensify into a tropical depression.

Showers expected over eastern PHL areas - PAGASA

The Bicol Region, Eastern Visayas, and Quezon would experience cloudy conditions with scattered to widespread rainshowers and thunderstorms due to the ...

BUSINESS

Former intel officer warns vs entry of China Telecom

A retired intelligence officer who held a delicate post at the height of China's artificial island-building in the South China Sea told the Inquirer that the en ...

Lessons from the Calata case

Not every story has a good ending. The ones about love and money almost always leave somebody’s heart torn into pieces. The world knows that by now.

HEALTH AND FITNESS

Saudi Arabia to allow movie theaters after decades of b ...

RIYADH — Saudi Arabia announced on yesterday it will allow movie theaters to open in the conservative kingdom next year, for the first time in more than 35 y

ENTERTAINMENT

Ash falls like snow as celebrities flee California comm ...

LOS ANGELES --- Ash fell like snow and heavy smoke had residents gasping for air on Monday as a huge Southern California wildfire exploded in size, becoming the ...

HBO, 'Big Little Lies' lead Globes in TV nods

NEW YORK — The actors from HBO's limited series "Big Little Lies" will have quite an internal competition at the Golden Globes next month.

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