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Rain or Shine is now a force to reckon with in the PBA.
Miñoza: P8.2M richer
Magsanoc and the Lions celebrate.
James Younghusband takes on Singapore’s Aleksandar Duric and Mohamad Shaiful Esah Nain.
Philippines' Hidilyn Diaz carries the flag during the Opening Ceremony at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Friday, July 27, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)


  • An Waray, LP ally, won’t go for Roxas
  • CHR condemns slay of ‘lumad’ educator
  • Sona swipe too much for ex-soldier
  • Tuna Festival’s real heroes: fishermen
  • 2 killed as motorbike plunges off Magallanes flyover
  • Sports

  • UAAP Season 78 Preview: FEU Tamaraws hungrier after last season’s loss
  • UAAP Season 78 Preview: UST Tigers inspired by Patrimonio’s presence
  • NCAA: Jalalon, Thompson relish brilliant triple-double duel
  • NCAA: Jalalon outshines Thompson in Arellano win over Perpetual
  • UAAP Season 78 Preview: La Salle to parade ‘very young’ roster
  • Lifestyle

  • ‘Extremely rare’ Juan Luna up for bids in Makati auction
  • Official: Islamic militants destroy ancient tombs in Syria
  • Circa Waves coming to Manila for the Stand For Something Tour 2015
  • The rise of luxury–but not loud–fashion brands, and away from the malls
  • MTV Video Music Awards criticized for glorifying marijuana
  • Entertainment

  • Hype-heavy drama is all flash, not enough substance
  • There’s method to Maine’s mash-up madness
  • Esang also deserves to shine
  • ‘Everest’kicks off Venice Fest
  • Hollywood takes on troubled minds
  • Business

  • How to manage type 2 diabetes with minimal medications
  • Adherence to asthma medication: A partnership
  • Flu hits the elderly the hardest
  • Another take on electronic cigarettes
  • Nissan recalls 300,000 vehicles to adjust console panel
  • Technology

  • The future is rad: designing brands for tomorrow
  • Wave of new Windows 10 devices on show at Berlin tech fair
  • Amateur paleontologist finds rare fossil of fish in Arizona
  • Intel putting $50 million into quantum computing research
  • Big settlement in tech wage case harks back to different era
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, September 4, 2015
  • Still under attack
  • Of orphans and prejudice
  • Why languages die
  • All in the mind
  • Global Nation

  • Lowly paid Filipinos happiest with their jobs
  • PH to China: Walk the talk, bridge gap
  • Laotian RM awardee smooth as silk
  • 2 Filipinos killed, 2 hurt in Salinas domestic violence shootings
  • New USAID mission chief vows to keep development thrust in PH 
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