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Monitor Articles for October 18, 2010
Super typhoon Megi moves from Philippines to China after killing 7
Recall: frozen vegetables from Walmart may contain glass fragments
Questions remain after police kill college football player, Danroy Henry
Earthquake rattles New Zealand city of Christchurch
Bank of America will restart foreclosures despite accusations of flawed documents
Audrey Hepburn stamps fetch $606,000 for charity
Witnesses testify signatures were faked at foreclosure firm
Mountain goat attack in Washington kills hiker
Apple earnings soar on iPhone, iPad sales, sending stock to giddy heights
Rand Paul and the 'Aqua Buddha': why Election 2010 is turning nasty
Obama talks of 'MythBusters' - plus math, science, and tamales
Israel rebuked at United Nations. Will Security Council take action?
Even for local politicians, campaign finance goes national
Monday Night Football tackles Cliff Lee vs. Andy Pettitte
Yes, we really do want markets in everything (Part I)
Spain-Venezuela ties strained as Hugo Chávez stonewalls ETA investigation
Five Democratic candidates Obama is trying to save
Rand Paul, Jack Conway Senate race turns bitter over religious accusations
Local war in southern Yemen pits government against militants
America's record-breaking misery
College tax credit to expire. What you need to know.
Largest enchilada ever created in Mexico City
Obama on 'The Tonight Show': Six famous presidential TV cameos
Humor website conducts first Rickroll in space
Cyber attack tops Britain's list of defense priorities
The biggest tax policy mistake of the year
The Monitor's View
Merkel on failed German multiculturalism: Other countries should listen up
Facing a rising China, Russia looks to boost Europe ties
DeSean Jackson injury: Should NFL penalize helmet hits?
South Sudan's ruling party mending ties with opposition
Niger arrests members of junta for potential coup plans
Gorbachev says Russia faces mass unrest if it doesn't democratize
The rising revolution: a perfect storm is brewing
Joyce Carol Oates makes them laugh, makes them squirm, in Boston
Beijing allows anti-Japanese sentiment to flare in China amid massive protests
Citigroup earnings push market higher
Sarah Palin kick-starts final Tea Party Express bus tour of 2010
Charities: Donations fall by record amount for top nonprofits
Debt and inequality: Why China and US must both change their ways
Nintendo's NES turns 25. So where's the Google doodle?
Why Shaq moved to the Celtics: the economics of sports
Sudan referendum will pose unique challenge in towns near future border
Letters to the Editor - Weekly Issue of October 18, 2010
Netflix disc-free streaming comes to Sony PS3, Nintendo Wii
Saudis warn France of an Al Qaeda attack. Are they right?
How a jellyfish sneaks up on its prey
Refused by Supreme Court: Is death row inmate mentally retarded?
Iran's supreme leader meets Maliki, heralds a post-US era in Iraq
A game changer for US-Pakistan relations
California and 'left coast' bucking the pro-GOP election trend?
Inflation: The beast awakens. How will you survive?
Supreme Court rejects Massachusetts felons' voting rights challenge
Mark Twain's autobiography – after a century's delay – becomes a bestseller
Clean energy major issue in Hawaii gubernatorial race
Perfect roasted squash
Under pressure from floods and courts, Pakistan's Zardari likely to keep his job
Refinancing an underwater mortgage?
Supreme Court to hear Ashcroft appeal of US Muslim's detention
Harlan Ellison talks about unfinished business
Energy-efficient homes, courtesy of federal tax credit
Beatriz Recari of Spain wins her first LPGA title
France strikes: Where are the French feeling the pinch?
Fall rose care in five easy steps
Internet privacy at risk with some popular Facebook apps
Home sales still down: Nobody's buying
The tidal wave about to swamp the stock market
Obama on 'MythBusters': Will he get to blow something up?
Rethinking teacher training: Can principals just pick good teachers?
Gay marriage will be an issue in several state races next month
He invites suicide jumpers for a cup of tea
Obama targets key supporters down the stretch in midterm election campaign
What's this 'QE2' all about?
Legacy of the BP spill: What's a reputation worth?
CNN says Pakistan protecting Osama bin Laden; France on alert for terrorist attacks
Stock market: News-laden week starts lower globally
David R. Francis
Is the US system rigged for the rich?
Travels in Siberia
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