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Monitor Articles for October 27, 2010
Path to Chicago mayor's office clears for Rahm Emanuel
How an Alaskan front became the Midwest megastorm
Mysteries abound in shootings of D.C.-area military buildings
Feds nab man allegedly plotting to bomb D.C. Metro stations
Gambling on the market
Mexican car wash massacre: Rehab centers latest target in drug war
WWE garb allowed at polls, Connecticut judge rules (whew!)
Revealed: schedule for 'Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear'
New Federal Reserve plan to buoy economy: Too much or too little?
Ending the 'hot or not' factor for Nikki Haley and female candidates
Mass layoffs continue to decline
Fable 3 review roundup
Snub-nosed monkey can't stop sneezing when it rains
Carly Fiorina out of hospital: How does illness affect a campaign?
Batman 3, The Dark Knight Rises, steps into the light
Biodiversity study sounds an extinction alert (for things with spines)
The extinction risk for birds, mammals, and amphibians
David R. Francis
'Obamacare' tackles health care costs. Will Congress?
Conservation helps endangered species
PSP Phone could hit as soon as early 2011
Obama in Arab garb: The stuff of right-wing e-mails – and one tiny shop in Yemen
Is Tom Tancredo the next governor of Colorado?
Sherwood Forest up for sale: What would Robin Hood say?
Facing down a bully
Guitars, Google, and guns: a new view of Western power
How Nestor Kirchner's passing alters Argentine politics
Cablevision offer: Can New York avoid World Series blackout?
Why Sharif Mobley is to be tried in Yemen – and what it means for American Muslims
NaNoWriMo: Five reasons why you should participate
By boat and by air, aid slowly arrives to Indonesia tsunami victims
Three Gorges Dam in China sees maximum water level
Income inequality: What's the impact of free trade and immigration?
Pension plans: Oklahoma reform sparks opposition
Human ancestors may have originated in Asia, not Africa
'Los 33' still riding whirlwind of the Chile mine rescue – but calm nearing
Recent violence prompting questions about Niger Delta strategy
Wi-Fi, Hulu, DVR, and the end of the tube as we know it
A deep northern quiet in Norway
Retirement plans can be confusing: How should you save?
Lost in (transatlantic) translation
In Russia, the price of bribes rise as its corruption rating slides
'Tis the season for holiday shopping...'Tisn't it?
Activist groups, distrustful of candidates, push for pre-election pledges
Egypt severly curtails press freedom ahead of elections
Without Sudan, it will be impossible to successfully confront the LRA
How the Pentagon aims to prevent more Wikileaks releases
A changing of the guard for Afghanistan's warlords
Another entrant for North Korea succession: Kim's oldest son?
Photographing poor regions, keeping their dignity in frame
Jealous? Look closer.
Nestor Kirchner remembered as Latin American statesman
Tiny Tim's big fantasy
Prayers for Haiti
Obama on 'Daily Show': Will Jon Stewart make fun of him?
World Series quiz: What do you know about the San Francisco Giants?
The Monitor's View
If Iraq asks Obama for a longer US troop presence
How to predict a recession (or a double-dip)
James Patterson sells 1 million Kindle books
LimeWire shut down axes music-sharing service
Halloween party menu
Foreigners cash in on undervalued natural resource: Korean women
Latin America's leaders condemn California's Prop. 19 to legalize marijuana
Republicans' post-Election 2010 challenge: managing expectations
NATO campaign having little impact on Taliban, say US intelligence agencies
I fear the fear of the fear mongering more than the fear mongering itself
Was China behind cyber attack on Nobel Peace Prize website?
Secret campaign contributions: Are they breaking the law – or just bending it?
Lessons from Britain in what not to do with standardized testing
After Indonesia tsunami kills more than 150, surfers begin rescue efforts
GlaxoSmithKline to pay $750 million in tainted drugs case
Corrupt countries: Iraq, Afghanistan among most corrupt
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