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  • For first lady, Trump is he who shall remain nameless
  • Obama: Trump ‘dangerous’ for suggesting he won’t concede
  • Donations for ‘Lawin’ victims
  • Biazon suspended over graft
  • Sports

  • Azkals rise despite back-to-back losses
  • Araneta gives way to Vargas in POC elections
  • Caguioa: We’re ‘kangkong’ no more
  • Dream comes true for rookie Thompson
  • Unknown Brownlee flies off a legend
  • Lifestyle

  • Chanel Nº5 is reinvented
  • Haute couture and machine
  • 1st SoulBGC Fit Camp kicks off Oct. 23
  • Rafe returns to his fashion roots
  • New scents that evoke mayflowers and madeleines
  • Entertainment

  • Piko-Taro’s ‘Pen Pineapple Apple Pen’ debuts on Billboard 100
  • Prosecutor: Man who stalked Kendall Jenner was methodical
  • Filipino chef Anton Amoncio is ‘Food Hero Asia’ grand prize winner
  • Unit – 51, October 21, 2016
  • Love Knots, October 21, 2016
  • Business

  • PH bags $13.5B in deals from China
  • Aug. surplus trims 8-mo. budget gap
  • How do we divide assets fairly?
  • Biz buzz: Case closed?
  • China firm eyes PH as link in LNG trade
  • Technology

  • Microsoft 1Q profit tops views, lifting stock to new high
  • Kodak puts out new camera-centric smartphone named Ektra
  • Facebook now allows users to endorse political candidates
  • Food delivery option available on Facebook soon
  • ‘Candy Crush’ to become a US game show
  • Opinion

  • Duterte in China
  • Misplaced fears on rice QRs
  • Better lukewarm than absent
  • Assaulted, betrayed
  • ‘King of the Philippines’
  • Global Nation

  • President Duterte’s remarks on cutting ties baffle US officials
  • Actor Cesar Montano joins Duterte business entourage
  • Duterte assails U.S. for strict visa policy
  • ‘Hyperbole,’ solon says of Duterte’s vow to cut ties with US
  • PH, China restart talks on sea row
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