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Monitor Articles for October 26, 2010
Cuba embargo: UN vote urges US to lift embargo
Nook Color will get a major boost from the Android OS
White iPhone won't hit until spring of 2011, Apple says
No survivors in Washington plane crash
South Korea sees economic growth slow from 1.4 to 0.7 percent
Flagstaff carbon monoxide poisoning sickens 25
Meg Whitman declines Jerry Brown challenge to stop negative ads
Bonds: Two-year Treasurys at record low
Indonesia tsunami and volcano: why the region is so violent
New EPA rules will erode power grid reliability, report finds
Britain increases aid to the Indian space program. Seriously?!
'Baracka Flacka Flames': Does foul-mouthed spoof help or hurt Obama?
Raisinets recall: a pre-Halloween candy scare
Recession officially over, use of food stamps stays at record high
The 'Rally to Restore Sanity' is coming! Send in the wonks.
BMW recall affects 150,000 vehicles. Automaker will repair faulty fuel pumps.
Top 20 dirt-cheap meals
Q&A with DCCC Chair Chris Van Hollen
Severe weather: monster storm batters Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio
In US, a job means less than it used to
Why you should care where your dinner has been
Resolution 1325: What the UN can learn from the women of Burundi
French strikers begin to retrench after Senate finalized pension bill
Who's your dead mentor?
What can't food stamps buy? New York City wants sugary drinks on 'no' list
World's most active volcanoes
Sharron Angle ad: Is it racist?
Green economics 101: California's AB 32 and Proposition 23
George Soros gives $1M toward Calif. marijuana legalization
Hydrangeas are a natural for mountains or shore
How Tariq Aziz's death sentence could drive a wedge into Iraqi politics
The Monitor's View
After the midterm elections, who will drive bipartisanship?
Mortgage loan rates above 5 percent next year?
House prices: Latest US index falls, a signal of weakness
Britain's spending revolution: winners and losers
Tsunami and volcano response: Indonesia assesses back-to-back disasters
Letters to the Editor - Weekly Issue of October 25, 2010
Top international lawyers question ICC's focus on Africa
The 8 worst countries on Transparency International's list
Will WikiLeaks nudge US toward tougher laws to guard secrets?
What’s the best way to modernize our transportation?
Krugman's wrong on oil prices
Tariq Aziz and Iraq's most-wanted deck of cards: where are the aces and kings now?
Fuel efficiency will be focus for future generations of government vehicles
Kenya missing its chance for justice, say top international lawyers
Why Bahrain's Shiite majority is restless despite election gains
Want global security from terrorists? Give land to Pakistan's poor.
Why Burma (Myanmar) may see a new Aung San Suu Kyi after her release
What the GOP knows and Dems don't: After midterms, stay the course
Roasted pumpkin seeds with lime and garlic
Don't cut the deficit now, but commit to doing it soon
Alex Sink cheats in Florida debate. Will it matter?
Indonesia tsunami kills 113; scores more missing
Early voting shows signs of strength for GOP, Dems
Should Obama run again? More voter enthusiasm than for Reagan in '82.
Consumer confidence low, but won't sink holiday sales
Cloudy economic predictions
Paul the Octopus: how he got his name
Indonesia volcano: Mount Merapi erupts, 20 hurt by hot ash
Paul the Octopus has died. Who will predict the next World Cup outcome?
WikiLeaks ready to drop a bombshell on Russia. But will Russians get to read about it?
Economics bloggers: Unemployment would be worse without the stimulus
Bankruptcy pushes MGM toward Spyglass deal
Robert Kaplan: Indian Ocean becomes battleground for India and China
Tariq Aziz, international face of Saddam's regime, sentenced to hang
Most corrupt country in the world? Somalia, says Transparency International.
10 of the closest statewide races heading into Election 2010
Iran loads fuel rods into Bushehr nuclear power plant
Raise rates, cowards
Safety in the world's food supply
Madonna gyms: Material girl opens fitness centers worldwide
Making It All Work – Getting control: capturing
Karzai's acknowledgement of bags of Iranian cash: Why now?
Beijing now worried anti-Japan protests could backfire
Young Mr. Obama
South Africa online news publisher avoids gimmicks, bets on analysis
Reader recommendation: The Lost Dogs