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Monitor Articles for October 30, 2008
Vancouver study claims benefits to prescribing heroin to addicts
China vows to investigate latest exports of tainted food
French assertiveness on credit crisis jars Europe
Turkey tightens controls on Internet speech
While Baghdad improves, a family's hopes still arrested by war
Multiple bombings kill scores, rattling northeastern India
Reporters on the Job
Russia pushes an 'OPEC' for natural-gas nations
The new voter: A young Arab-American feels duty-bound to vote
McCain makes his closing arguments
As McCain warns independents, Obama woos them with pricey infomercial
Who advises candidates on economic crisis?
Joe the Plumber stiffs McCain. Pursuing country music career?
Obama's 30 minute infomercial? Nah, we watched Jon Stewart
Obama's prime time address -- 33.5 million people like commercials
Palin on 2012: I ain't bailin', but the media is failin'
Wobbly time for college tuition
Letters to the Editor
Is Barack Obama really a socialist?
The Monitor's View
Bite the bullet on fast trains
Will LEDs replace compact fluorescent bulbs?
Why frogs are croaking
Beatles, video game maker: We can work it out
With videos, high art meets high-tech
The novel by tweet
Brief history of Japan’s culture of techno-toilets
Napoleon in Egypt
The Good Guy
Cautious praise for Google's settlement with authors
A soccer team gives hope to refugees in Italy
A melodic conversation in Vietnam
Among the stay-at-home moms, a dad in disguise
A prayer for candidates' safety
An organic farm grows all the peas and pods
Garden 'siteseeing' from California to China