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With the bans lifted, residents can now return to their homes. But the damage is already done.
 
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When you’re unwilling to accept information that contradicts what you already believe, that’s confirmation bias.
 
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A look back at his 2007 Esquire profile.
 
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But the most destructive volcanic eruptions in the Philippines could come from those that have no record of eruptions.
 
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A compelling new documentary shines a light on the Philippines’ biggest moral victory in World War II.
 
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Let’s take a look at the malls before Harrison and Ali.
 
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Did you also fall for one of these predictions?
 
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It details four volcanoes on Taal Lake erupting simultaneously.
 
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Does the law protect you from going to work during typhoons or volcanic eruptions?
 
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The next world war would hypothetically be fought in land, sea, air, space, and on cyberspace.
 
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A wooden bust of Rizal, attributed to the National Hero himself, has just recently resurfaced.
 
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In this episode of lost footnotes in history, we explore why Andrew Carnegie, once the world’s richest man, offered to buy the Philippines’ independence.
 
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After putting her mark on the heart-roiling Filipino genre, the actress is setting her sights on bigger and bolder things.
 
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A food historian investigates the confusion behind the four dishes.
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