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Starting your day early

We’re all familiar with that saying, “The early bird gets the worm.” Did you know that this common saying originated from English parables written by Jon Ray?

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VP Leni won’t be cash-strapped

In fact, the vice president-elect will be left with a good chunk of change which she could use to bankroll her advertised poverty-alleviation projects.

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NBA: LeBron, Cavs back on track

Stephen Curry’s only basket in the first 30 minutes came off a broken play. He found himself in foul trouble again. His jumper was nowhere to be found until it was essentially too late.

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Mom burns daughter alive

A Pakistani woman was arrested Wednesday after dousing her daughter with kerosene and burning her alive, allegedly because the girl had defied her family to marry a man she was in love with, police said.

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John Regala, environmentalist

You read it right, environmentalist. John, offscreen John Paul Guido B. Scheerer, is president and CEO of Project Green Evolution, Inc., which produces the Water Bonsai Organic Root Grower, billed a “miracle powder for growing indoor plants.”

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No urgent need to import rice – Piñol

The Philippines, one of the world’s biggest rice buyers, has no urgent need to import rice for now given ample domestic supply, incoming agriculture secretary Emmanuel Piñol said yesterday.

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