• Five keys to the NBA Finals

    Five keys to the best-of-seven NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors that begin Thursday:

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  • NBA: Five keys to the NBA Finals

    Five keys to the best-of-seven NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors that begin Thursday:

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  • "I spent 35 years as a cop and I love this."

    Tech experts call it “better, smarter home security.” Cops use it in stings to catch criminals. Meet SimpliSafe.

  • NBA: Last 10 NBA champions

    A look at the last 10 NBA champions before Thursday's tip-off of the 2016 Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers:

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  • NBA: Schedule of the 2016 NBA Finals

    Schedule of the 2016 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers (series best-of-seven):

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  • NBA: Healthy help could bring LeBron win in Finals rematch

    LeBron James, in his sixth consecutive NBA Finals, leads the Cleveland Cavaliers in a rematch with defending champion Golden State starting Thursday, but this time the superstar has a healthy supporting cast. Two-time NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry sparks the Warriors' quest for a title

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  • 'X-Men' sequel tramples 'Alice' over Memorial Day weekend

    Superhero sequel "X-Men: Apocalypse" topped the North American box office in its debut over the four-day Memorial holiday weekend, raking in nearly $80 million, industry figures showed.

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  • Pentagon chief heads to Asian summit

    US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter departed yesterday for an Asian security summit in Singapore, where Beijing’s military expansion across the South China Sea likely will once again dominate discussions. Regional neighbors are fretting over what they see as China’s expansionism as it rushes to exert

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  • Leni on vote rigging: Numbers don’t add up

    The camp of vice president-elect Leni Robredo dismissed the alleged election rigging in Quezon that supposedly benefited her as a tall tale, since it is not reflected in the official results canvassed by Congress. Hernandez said it was obvious that had the unnamed vote riggers really padded the votes

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  • What Causes Heartburn

    Wondering What Causes Heartburn? Learn About Causes of Heartburn, Including the Types of Food That Can Trigger Heartburn.

  • Marcos camp questions integrity of May 9 polls

    The camp of defeated vice presidential candidate Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has questioned the integrity of the elections last May 9. Abakada Rep. Jonathan de la Cruz, campaign adviser of Marcos, raised the issue on Monday when the National Board of Canvassers proclaimed Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo

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  • Suspects in Cavite ambush identified

    CAMP VICENTE LIM, Laguna – Two suspects in the killing of seven supporters of Rosario, Cavite vice mayor-elect Jose Ricafrente in an ambush on May 9 have been identified.

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  • Ex-Davao mayor faces graft raps

    The Office of the Ombudsman ordered yesterday the filing of charges for multiple graft and malversation of public property against a former mayor of Davao Oriental for failing to account for government properties during his term. Quiñones caused undue injury to the government under Section 3(e) of Republic

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  • Navy Seal Flashlight Should Be Banned From Public?

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  • ‘Rule of law to prevail’

    Lourdes Sereno yesterday vowed to cooperate with president-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s platform to uphold the rule of law. “I assure president-elect Duterte and his administration of the only thing that the judiciary is capable of promising – that we will continue to administer the rule of law with an even

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  • Duterte urges NPA to release cop chief

    President-elect Rodrigo Duterte yesterday urged the New People’s Army (NPA) to release the police chief of Gov. Generoso town in Davao Oriental, whom they snatched on Sunday night.  “I ask them (NPA) now, if they are listening, to release the chief of police. Communist rebels attacked the Gov. Generoso

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  • MPD, NBI release sketches of reporter’s killer

    The National Bureau of Investigation and the Manila Police District (MPD) released yesterday different sketches of the man who shot dead reporter Alex Balcoba in Quiapo, Manila on May 27. The NBI’s version described the man who shot Balcoba as a left-handed man between 40 and 45 years old, up to 5’4

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    Click here to learn your “Tummy Type” with the help of fitness maven Denise Austin.

  • Palace of the South for Rody; satellite offices for Leni

    Security concerns reportedly forced Duterte to consider the suggestion of his security officials to hold his meetings, and even the social accommodation of his well-wishers, at the Malacañang of the South. In a press briefing last Saturday night, Duterte said he had no plans of using the structure,

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  • PNP: Anti-drug operations not meant to impress Duterte

    The Philippine National Police (PNP) said the series of aggressive anti-drug operations conducted recently is not meant to impress president-elect Rodrigo Duterte since the intensified campaign against criminals has been ongoing since 2014. PNP spokesman Chief Supt. Wilben Mayor said the PNP has been

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  • No more arrests for bullet amulets at NAIA

    The Office for Transportation Security (OTS) is experimenting on a scheme in which passengers found with a lone bullet in their luggage would be allowed to board their flights after surrendering the bullet. This is meant to finally end the tanim bala or bullet-planting phobia at the Ninoy Aquino International

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  • Why Women Are Flocking to This New Shopping Site

    This startup features big names like Coach, SmashBox, and Kate Spade - and unlike Amazon, Gilt or HauteLook it's fast, fun and really exciting.

  • Duterte urged: Include economic provisions in Cha-cha

    The incoming Duterte administration can include economic changes in its plan to amend the Constitution and shift the present form of government to federalism, Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. said yesterday. Belmonte expressed regret that the outgoing 16th Congress failed to amend the economic provisions

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  • SC upholds 3 more PDAF cases vs Napoles

    The Supreme Court (SC) has upheld the indictment of detained businesswoman Janet Lim-Napoles in three more cases involving the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) scam. In separate rulings yesterday, the high court dismissed the petitions of Napoles questioning the decisions of the Office of

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  • Gov’t execs, workers warned anew vs smoking

    The Civil Service Commission (CSC) reminded government officials and employees of the agency’s stance against smoking in the bureaucracy as World No Tobacco Day was celebrated yesterday and as No Smoking Month begins today. The CSC, in coordination with the Department of Health (DOH), earlier released

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  • Veterans Can Get Great Rates With A Refinance

    You could save big by reducing your rate with a VA home refinance. Compare quotes and take advantage of your benefits!

  • Gov’t, MILF panels affirm partnership for peace

    The Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) have agreed to continue the peace process in Mindanao. The government panel headed by Miriam Coronel-Ferrer and MILF peace panel chairman Mohagher Iqbal signed the “Declaration of Continuity of the Partnership” after a two-day special

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  • Facebook joins DepEd’s Brigada Eskwela

    Social media giant Facebook has joined the Department of Education (DepEd) in its week-long Brigada Eskwela, which aims to ensure that public schools are ready for the opening of classes on June 13. Facebook created a dedicated Brigada Eskwela button that enables users to share the initiative among

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  • P1.1-B shabu seized in Pampanga raid

    At least 45 gallons of liquid shabu with an estimated value of P1.1 billion were seized during a raid on a shabu laboratory in this city yesterday. Operatives of the Philippine National Police-Anti-Illegal Drugs Group, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and Central Luzon police also recovered four freezers

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  • Belmonte inclined to lead opposition bloc

    Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. said yesterday he was “inclined” to lead the opposition bloc in the House of Representatives in the 17th Congress. Belmonte was responding to questions from reporters on his political plans in the House, where he is expected to be replaced as speaker by Davao del Norte

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  • Mandaluyong rounds up 58 kids for breaking curfew

    At least 58 minors were rounded up in Mandaluyong City Monday night for violating the city’s curfew and an ordinance known as the Code of Parental Responsibility, which holds parents liable for their children’s offenses. Senior Superintendent Joaquin Alva, Mandaluyong police chief, said the city government

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