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Thanks to these men, Philippine textbooks saw its greatest plot twists.
 
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Each night, the U.?S. Capitol becomes a tomb where another day’s events are laid to rest. But on September 24, 2019, rest never came-and it never has since.
 
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An avid commentator on world events, Tolstoy’s attention had not escaped the Philippines.
 
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Deadly nightshade was on President Quezon's list of prescribed medicines two months before he passed.
 
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An excerpt from the new memoir “To Love Another Day: The Memoirs of Cory Aquino.”
 
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Efren 'Bata' Reyes kept a hit list of the best pool shooters in the world for him to beat.
 
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Get to know the creatures of Philippine folklore and their origins.
 
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The 50-year-old actor tears away the veil of disarming charm to reveal the vulnerabilities that make him the man he is today.
 
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The legacy of Juan Arellano: Saving Southeast Asia’s only Art Deco coliseum
 
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Philippine urban legends are some of the weirdest in the world.
 
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The four La Madre statues on Jones Bridge were meant to instruct the public on very specific lessons.
 
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She was the only Asian to be awarded a World War II Silver Star of Heroism by the U.S. government.
 
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Bonifacio's letter written in his own blood reveals plans to expand the KKK to Mindanao.
 
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To some, he was a chaotic holdout. To others, he was a soldier who held on to his duty.
 
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One woman escaped the wrath of a Luna brother while the other tragically did not survive. 
 
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A planned revolt by the Manila noble class against Spanish rule may (or may not!) change the course of history.
 
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The Philippines is supported by many countries when it comes to the West Philippine Sea.
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