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Manila (Philippines)

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  • Dorothy Kneedler Lawenda, co-founder of interior design firm Kneedler-Fauchere, dies at 94

    Dorothy Kneedler Lawenda, an entrepreneur who began importing natural, hand-woven wallcoverings from Asia in 1948 and co-founded an interior design company that became an influential resource for the Los Angeles industry, died Thursday at her home in...
  • A thriving Filipino community is anchored by a mall

    First, Jollibee and Goldilocks -- both popular restaurants in the Philippines -- opened their doors in 2005. The next year came Seafood City, a supermarket that features an almost endless supply of seafood and other Filipino specialties. Today there are...
  • Cathay Pacific Airways' 2008 All Asia Pass offers budget travel to Hong Kong, more cities

    The 2008 Cathay Pacific Airways All Asia Pass is out, offering a chance to visit Hong Kong and up to four additional destinations over 21 days for one price. The pass offers passengers roundtrip economy class travel from San Francisco, Los Angeles or New...
  • The Plots and Designs of Al Qaeda's Engineer

    Senior Pakistani and American intelligence officials say the operational commander of Al Qaeda, the man believed to have planned the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States, narrowly avoided capture during a raid in which authorities took his two young sons...
  • Piracy spins a global web

    Before a single frame of "Spider-Man 2" was shot, Sony Pictures Entertainment launched a global effort to protect its summer blockbuster from piracy. During production, daily film footage was locked overnight in vaults. When Sony conducted preview...
  • From the archives: Marcos Dies in Bitter Exile in Honolulu at 72

    Ferdinand E. Marcos, the crafty, controversial and ruthless former Philippine ruler, died of kidney, lung and heart ailments Thursday in Honolulu, where he had been in bitter and defiant exile for more than 3 1/2 years after fleeing a popular uprising and...