July 16 2018, Monday

HEADLINES

Delirious French revel in World Cup victory

PARIS, France -- Hundreds of thousands of French fans partied into the night on the Champs Elysees on Sunday to mark the country's World...

First kayo in decade

Cockpit heat

Drill and forget

COMMENTARY

Terminal paranoia

“In his paranoia, Trillanes believes that he is being set up for a possible hit. Manufacturing ghosts is the expertise of Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV...

Getting back what is yours

Who’s namby-pamby?

NATION

Sea ops vs drugs ramped up

By Nelson S. Badilla “Fake” and adulterated shabu are being sold on the streets.” Agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) will soon join...

Cebu MRT proposal now ready

‘No Palace link to slays’

Girl held hostage unharmed

NPA kills ‘spy’

WORLD

Obama to lead Mandela celebrations

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- South Africa celebrates the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth this week with a flagship speech by former US president...

Coalition drops food in Yemen

Engineers kidnapped in Libya

BUSINESS

China’s fiscal revenue expands 10.6 pct in H1

BEIJING — China’s fiscal revenue climbed 10.6 percent year on year to 10.43 trillion yuan (1.56 trillion U.S. dollars) in the first half this...

SPORTS

Henderson edges clear at Marathon

LOS ANGELES — Canada’s Brooke Henderson edged clear of the field at the LPGA Marathon Classic in Ohio on Saturday, opening up a one-shot...

Kerber stuns Serena’s history bid

France, Croatia clash for Cup glory

Kim widens John Deere Classic lead

METRO

Go warns public on name-droppers

By Zacharie Kate Esmeria Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go has asked the public not to believe anyone soliciting money on...

Gordon pushes more courts

Korean cheats death

Move fast, wage boards told

Slain mayor’s wife thanks Rody

Cancelled

SPOTLIGHT

Get to know the geeks in your life

For such a long time, being a geek has had a negative implication. Movies and TV have often portrayed geeks as social outcasts and...

Mari Jasmine, out and proud