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  • Senator Poe shakes off tandem issues, vows independence
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  • UNA says LP cheated FPJ but Grace Poe doesn’t buy it
  • Sports

  • Tanduay Light sinks KeraMix behind Sumang’s go-ahead basket
  • For using shoe to block shot, Maierhofer summoned by PBA
  • PBA D-League: Jumbo Plastic disposes of MP Hotel-Letran
  • Warriors eliminate Rockets, end 40-year NBA Finals drought
  • ‘99% of people told me Pacquiao won,’ says Roach
  • Lifestyle

  • Why you should own a kettle with a steamboat whistle, or a juicer that looks like a robotic spider
  • Lifestyle’s Top 10 try-at-home thirst quenchers
  • Celeb chefs enjoy Anilao–and the small fish
  • Recipes for ‘pan de coco,’ cheese roll, roast pork with ‘burong mangga’
  • Sizzling ‘gambas’
  • Entertainment

  • Molestation claim against Michael Jackson’s estate dismissed
  • Lindsay Lohan avoids jail with 125 hours of community service
  • Vindicated Gerphil bears no ill will
  • Food trip… once again!
  • PH films retro in Tokyo fest
  • Business

  • Militant solons urge SC to reverse ruling favoring Therma Mobile Inc
  • Philippine economic growth slows to three-year low
  • Nasdaq closes at new all-time high
  • PH stocks down on rate hike fears
  • Japan consortium set to build P7B Bohol airport
  • Technology

  • Strange text message bug causes iPhones to crash—reports
  • Don’t delay: Study confirms early treatment is best for HIV
  • Penn State frat linked to nude photos shut down for 3 years
  • NOAA: Central Pacific will see more hurricanes than average
  • Hackers steal personal data from US tax agency IRS
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  • Editorial cartoon, May 28, 2015
  • A yearly problem
  • Thoughts on the peace process
  • Duterte’s safe city
  • The Philippines as refuge
  • Global Nation

  • China defends building of lighthouses in South China Sea
  • Carter says US flights, sea missions in Pacific will go on
  • Protest set vs US, China ‘threats to PH sovereignty’
  • US affirms ‘ironclad’ promise to defend Philippines
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