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Monitor Articles for October 4, 2010
Visa, MasterCard deal: Are there perks for you?
Rahm Emanuel: Will Blagojevich retrial mar his image?
California state budget deal has holes, analysts say
Are Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert going all serious on us?
Iraq shakes up rankings of oil nations. Who's on top?
Did militant Israeli settlers burn mosque near Bethlehem?
Tender is the pork chop
The muse of murder mysteries turns out to be quite vocal
Mind the gap between stimulus and response
Hybrid cars, electrics zoom past 100 m.p.g.
Europe travel alert: Eight steps Americans can take
Disappearing trees and the slap of a tail: The beavers had arrived
Across My Neighbor's Fence
Top Picks: Patrick Stewart, Nat Geo 'Making History,' Rahim AlHaj, and more
Another White House departure? Robert Gibbs says he's happy where he is.
Visa, MasterCard settle Justice Department lawsuit
Don't target small business: Make good policies universal.
2010 Senate races: Four key debates this week could be game-changers
Obama as Roman emperor -- the rise and fall of the propaganda master
Nobel Prize for Robert Edwards: the controversies behind IVF
Top Bing and Google search tip: Cut to the chase
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of October 4, 2010
The Monitor's View
Campaign financing machine cranks up for midterm elections
Verizon Wireless to pay out millions to consumers for past 'mystery fees'
Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant delayed: Stuxnet not to blame, official says
Stock prices aside, small investors will lose money on fees
World Space Week launches today on Sputnik anniversary
South Korea's kimchi crisis
Gold prices: Where's a leprechaun when you need one?
Junk car or work of art? Supreme Court declines free speech fight.
Commonwealth Games 2010: Spotlight turns to sports
J.K. Rowling: "Harry Potter" is "quite a good story"
Census of marine life shows how various underwater life forms are connected to one another
US jobs: In China trade fight, does protectionism help, or hurt?
Authors reflect on Nigeria's path of independence
Offshore wind farms: How much is renewable energy worth?
Germany finishes paying WWI reparations, ending century of 'guilt'
In Congo mass rapes, UN guilty of negligence, not complicity
How Colombia's President Santos aims to tackle decades of violent land disputes
Deadline extended in bid to keep Israel-Palestinian talks alive
Ticking prime bomb: Fannie Mae's August summary
A simple way to protect tomatoes from deer damage
Russian weapons dealer Viktor Bout stalls extradition to US
3D TV from Toshiba doesn't require glasses
Can you spot the stealth tax hike?
Verizon Wireless refunds $30M-$90M to wireless customers for billing mistakes
UN report on Congo genocide embraced by country's ambassador
Eliot Spitzer, Kathleen Parker aim for ideological center
Uncle Sam’s shameful treatment of today's American Indians
The Social Network hits top slot at box office
Commonwealth Games: Where are all the spectators?
Ryder Cup: Europe victorious as Americans roar back in thrilling finish
Dilma Rousseff tops Brazil election, but can't avoid runoff against Jose Serra
Fiscal responsibility: investing in our children's future
Gliese 581g: If there's life there, how will we know?
How "Twilight" made hand model Kimbra Hickey a star
She recruited Facebook friends to save Gulf Coast's hermit crabs.
Moscow ex-mayor starting movement to promote more democracy
What is fresh water worth?
Sharron Angle: Will nod from Nevada's largest newspaper tip senate race?
Michael Vick suffers injury in Eagles loss to Donovan McNabb and Redskins
A traditional German dish gets a curry make-over
Japan issues Europe travel alert, joining US
Corrections and amplifications: On Andrew Mellon, Sebastian Mallaby, and General Motors
Nobel Prize in medicine goes to British in-vitro fertilization scientist
Signs of a biotech backlash?
Stock prices fall globally
Bob Dylan in America
Reader recommendation: The Eaves of Heaven
Frugality and the pickle jar
Book review: 'Confessions of a Butcher'
Obama’s father and Kenyan anti-colonialism
Rising regulatory costs strangling small business?
The power behind peacemaking
Q&A with Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano