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Monitor Articles for October 20, 2010
Justice Clarence Thomas' politically active wife calls Anita Hill
Chrysler recall: Fluid leak can cause fire
College student fills her Mexico town's toughest job: police chief
'Don't ask, don't tell' back in force after appeals court issues stay
Colbert-Stewart rally: Bigger than a tea party?
Astronomers build on a Hubble find, report light from oldest galaxy
Why Sen. Russ Feingold is trailing in Wisconsin polls
Like France, will US soon move to boost retirement age?
Zachary Adam Chesser, linked to 'South Park' threats, pleads guilty
Apple event brings MacBook Air, OS X Lion, and FaceTime for Mac
Is the Samsung Galaxy Tab too expensive?
Why Republicans shouldn't take a Pennsylvania Senate win for granted
World-record pumpkins: What does it take to grow them?
Big British defense cuts weaken Pentagon's top military partner
Essential skills you didn’t learn in college
Is coal power headed for a downsizing in US?
Comet Hartley 2 to swing by Earth Wednesday
What Britain's deep budget cuts mean for its future prosperity
Five noteworthy aspects of Britain's tough spending plan
Press Freedom Index: The top 10 worst countries
10 best teen books of 2010
Palestinians mull alternatives to peace talks, including UN recognition
Take the horror out of Halloween
The Monitor's View
British budget cuts: two big lessons for America
Rwanda is no US when it comes to press freedom – but it's also no Somalia
In final days of Election 2010, watch out for rookie mistakes
Most expensive Barbie goes to auction
The housing disaster(s)
France riots continue, protesters block airports
Anita Hill vs. Virginia Thomas: Is an apology due 19 years later?
In New York, a 'Hebron Aid Flotilla' to raise money for Israeli settlements
Graco stroller recall: Is your stroller included?
Will Islam divide or unite Iraq?
Roasted potato salad
Arresting LRA leader Joseph Kony is more complex than you think
Do head shots need to be 'part of the game'?
Why Illinois' pivotal Senate race stirs so little enthusiasm
Hillary Clinton joins chorus supporting gay teens
Britain's budget cuts outline radical path toward smaller government
Politicians pledge and vow their way to financial ruin
Ethnic violence roils Pakistan's commercial hub, Karachi
Iran says US hikers will go on trial Nov. 6
Iran's Khamenei meets adoring crowds – but not dissenting ayatollahs – in Qom
Can microfinance programs heal rape victims in Congo?
Football economics: It's time to dis-incentivize sports injuries
Starbucks adds e-books to the mix
'The Daily Show,' Rolling Stone, and MTV: Obama's youth vote push
China's lock on market for rare earth elements: Why it matters
Goldman Sachs reports quarterly earnings of $1.74 billion
Coca-Cola earnings: US sales continue rebound
Andrew Cuomo enjoys big lead in New York governor's race, according to poll
Where do you draw lines with an allowance?
CIA ignored Jordanian intelligence before suicide bombing in Khost, Afghanistan
Stroller recall: Deaths prompt recall of 2 million Graco strollers
Through the short-seller's looking glass
Nearly a quarter of Afghanistan election votes disqualified
France strikes disrupting access to airports
Top of the agenda at US-Pakistan meetings: mending relations
Can moral rights expire?
Anita Hill refuses to apologize to wife of Clarence Thomas
Dead Sea Scrolls to get 'Google' treatment
An answer to online hijacking
China denies any rare earth mineral export embargo
The novelist who predicted the currency war
Mexico seizes 105 tons of marijuana in Tijuana. Does it matter?
CIA admits 'missteps' in handling double agent in Afghanistan
The Lost Peace
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