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COCKTALES | Ogie Alcasid's father defends P81.5-M tax problem of GMA boys, loses fight with Henares Mon, Feb 1, 2016, 2:54 PM | Victor C. Agustin
MARIE YUVIENCO | A Whole Lotta Fingerpointing Goin' On Fri, Jan 29, 2016, 11:52 AM | Marie Yuvienco
OPINION | DQ Fallout: What if Grace Poe stays on the ballot, wins, and THEN is disqualified? Wed, Dec 9, 2015, 12:33 PM | Dante Gatmaytan, Special to InterAksyon.com
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COCKTALES | ADB dismisses Jimenez son-in-law after P50-M libel case 4:30 pm | Victor C. Agustin The American son-in-law of GMA Network co-owner Menardo Jimenez has been dismissed by the Asian Development Bank after he questioned the bank's promotion procedures and later filed a P50-million libel case against the bank's selection committee.
MARIE YUVIENCO | A Whole Lotta Fingerpointing Goin' On 11:52 am | Marie Yuvienco Napeñas' confirmation of American-supplied intel, training and equipment to hunt down a US enemy in our shores should prompt a longer, harder look at EDCA and the circumvention of the constitutional requirement that foreign militaries cannot set up bases without the Senate's concurrence.
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OP-ED | Uniting to prevent violent extremism 2:35 pm | Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General Let us never forget: Terrorist groups are not just seeking to unleash violent action, but to provoke a harsh reaction. We need cool heads and common sense. We must never be ruled by fear – or provoked by those who strive to exploit it. Countering violent extremism should not be counter-productive.
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EDITORIAL | Hell to pay 11:27 am | InterAksyon.com It is one thing for his team to complain that President Aquino was put in a no-win situation with the proposal to raise SSS pensions. But it was his advisers and partymates, in control of both Houses of Congress, who led and left him in that corner. And he let them.