PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea - Against the backdrop of rising uncertainty, APEC reports doing business in APEC member economies continues to get easier, helping to open up trade and growth opportunities in the Asia-Pacific. According to APEC's ...

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NEW YORK - As the Trump administration pushes for a crackdown on illegal immigration, the federal government, under new guidelines, will also now expand their efforts to go after immigrants who are in the US with legal residence permits, known a ...

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NEW YORK -  Amid efforts to legalize same-sex marriage, a majority of Filipinos do not support the legalization of civil union of same-sex couples, a survey by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) from among 1,200 respondents showed. SWS conducted ...

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NEW YORK - Gonzalo "Jun" Policarpio, Jr. whose given name is of Spanish and Latin origin, means "battle," has written his first book Shaking The Secret Underworld of the Unjust and will be launched on July 13 at the Philippine Center in Manhatta ...

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NEW YORK - On its 28th year, the Knights of Rizal New York (KOR-NY) has a new leader. A modest and steadfast Mariano Aquino, Jr., or popularly known to his friends as Nongsky, was sworn into office on June 19, which is the 157th birth anniversar ...

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NEW YORK - Filipino-American entrepreneur Sheila Lirio Marcelo is one of the 38 naturalized citizens named this year by the Carnegie Corporation of New York (CCNY) in its annual list of Great Immigrants, Great Americans tribute celebrated every ...

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NEW YORK - Filipino boxing icon Manny "'Pacman' Pacquiao will step in the ring again after a year of hiatus since his loss to Australian Jeff Horn in a controversial decision. He will try to be a champion again in his bout with Lucas Matthysse, ...

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On July 4th of all days, we know we are free. We see American flags flying — those we’ve hoisted onto our own front porches or those that real-estate agents have stuck into our yards. We hear patriotic music every time we turn on the radio. Duri ...

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MACAU, China - Four Filipino icons of martial arts competing in different weight divisions took on another world-class arts action in a packed Studio City Event Center in One: PINNACLE OF POWER event held in this town June 23. In the main event, ...

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NEW YORK - A television talk show featuring three Filipina American (FilAm) hosts, will soon be available in Guam, Canada, and all across the U.S. It will also be viewed in the Middle East, North Africa region, Europe, Australia, Papua New Guine ...

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NEW YORK - Filipino Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas will have a school named after him in Mountain View, California. The Mountain View Whisman School District voted June 14 to name the elementary school - under construction ...

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SINGAPORE - If based on the old idiom "Second time's the charm," it would be the perfect embodiment to depict Filipino superstar Geje Eustaquio's professional mixed martial arts career as Lady Luck seems to be on his side in every rematch that h ...

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NEW YORK – On its 28th year, the Philippine Independence Day Council, Inc. (PIDCI) rolled off another parade along Madison Avenue in Manhattan on June 3 celebrating the 120th year of Philippine Independence with the theme, “Honoring Our Heroes - ...

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(First of two parts) NEW YORK - Of the four Filipino Americans that are running for office for the first time, two are moving on to the general election this November 6, 2018, and two others in the state and city council did not make it despite ...

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NEW YORK - In every lawsuit, a judge rules. And the verdict could favor one or the other party. But this time, just like in a previous case, the only winner is the community. After the presentation of allegations, rebuttals and oral arguments, J ...

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