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Unexplained wealth means “unexplained death.”

A Bureau of Customs official who called Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez an “imbecile” said yesterday Alvarez wanted an “unqualified employee” in the agency promoted.

Western governments are warning its citizens against traveling to nearly all Mindanao, citing the rising threats of terror attacks and kidnappings by Islamist militants.

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An estimated 2.2 million Filipino families experienced involuntary hunger at least once in the second quarter of 2017, the lowest since 2004, according to the latest survey conducted by Social Weather Stations.

The Philippines now ranks 13th among countries with the biggest population in the world, the Commission on Population reported yesterday.

A 35-year-old broadcaster and owner of FM station 106.4 in Marihatag in Surigao del Sur is in critical condition after two unidentified motorcycle-riding gunmen shot him four times yesterday.

President Duterte is barking up the wrong tree in criticizing the Supreme Court for its two-year-old temporary restraining order on the distribution of two contraceptive implants by the Department of Health, Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno said yesterday.

Former Philippine Economic Zone Authority director general Lilia de Lima and the Philippine Educational Theater Association are among this year’s Ramon Magsaysay Awardees, joining four others from Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and Sri Lanka.

After months of serving as special envoy to the United States, The STAR columnist Jose Manuel “Babe” Romualdez has accepted his nomination by Malacañang as ambassador to Washington.

Just let him do his job.

A fisherman went missing in Lingayen Gulf as heavy rains spawned by Tropical Storm Gorio caused widespread flooding in Metro Manila yesterday, prompting local government units to cancel classes, despite some initialconfusion.

Following President Duterte’s threat to bomb lumad schools in Mindanao, the National Youth Commission has appealed to all stakeholders to protect the youth and uphold all learning institutions as peace zones.

Six Brazilian-made close-air support aircraft with night flying capabilities will be the latest additions to the Philippine Air Force’s air muscle.

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