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Monitor Articles for October 6, 2010
How New York would look if Carl Paladino made his budget cuts
And the favorites for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize are ...
New poll shows California tilting against legalized marijuana
Pistons sale raises hopes that downtown Detroit will get a boost
Fiscal 'State of the Union'
Falcon Lake 'pirate' shooting: Where's missing boater David Hartley?
Verizon iPhone on the way? Apple may be making CDMA handsets.
What Supreme Court justices asked at Westboro Baptist Church hearing
Manipulating currency: The pot calls the kettle black.
Mexico: Probe into Falcon Lake killing delayed by Tiffany Hartley's 'missing' complaint
Best political books of 2010
Remember Latvia? It's on track for the euro.
Will Sarah Palin endorsement be Carly Fiorina's albatross?
How long can US troops withstand rupture of Pakistan supply lines?
American Airlines brings back 800 employees
Richard Heck, a retired University of Delaware chemist, among Nobel Prize winners
Randy Moss trade to Vikings: a last-ditch bid to revive Brett Favre
Consumers remain wary
The Monitor's View
Talking to the Taliban: rough road ahead
US trade official: American businesses should invest in Iraq – now
David R. Francis
This jobless recovery could be the worst yet
Ex-French intelligence official: Europe travel warnings point to real terror threat
Naked Cowboy for president: Top celebrities (past and present) who aimed for the White House
Brandon Tate: Does he help Patriots forget Randy Moss?
Nobel Prize in chemistry awarded for palladium work
Facebook down (and back up) hours before major announcement
Will Donald Trump try to say 'You're fired!' to President Obama?
Who are GOP's 'Young Guns' and what do they want from Election 2010?
Entrepreneurial advice from Dave Ramsey
How arms deals are shaping the Mideast
Even Cuba finally gets it: Capitalism works
US economic growth will lag behind global rate, IMF forecasts
Droid Pro brings BlackBerry feel to Android phones
Hungary toxic sludge could cause long-term environmental damage
In Berlin, a subterranean Nazi-era world
Americans flock to do business in Vietnam - Asia's next economic tiger?
Japan revels in good news: two Nobel Prize winners
Homophobia hurts straight men, too
Stock prices surge now, but will drop soon
Obama-Clinton ticket in 2012? Why Democrats are talking about it now.
Taliban in secret talks with Afghan President Karzai
How long will Wall Street stay in America?
Census of Marine Life may have missed one deep-sea encounter
Christine O'Donnell trailing in Del. Senate race, poll shows
IMF downgrades predictions for US economy
Koro language discovered in India
Top 100 most sought-after out-of-print books in 2010
Why Russia's Medvedev is lashing out at Belarus's Lukashenko
Nigeria explosion: Twitter broke the news
Should universities sack football?
Why Mahmoud Abbas is so committed to Israeli-Palestinian peace talks
Kandahar blasts kill nine people
Yellowstone Lake yields thriving colony of life at bottom
Randy Moss traded back to Vikings; Brett Favre can't wait to throw deep
France warns travelers of increased terrorist threat in Britain
Can we reinvent the banking industry?
In sign of goodwill, India cheers wildly for Pakistan at Commonwealth Games
Rwandan Education Ministry could cut all scholarships for university students
Mortgage refinancing? Board games? Top 10 questions from the mailbag
Marijuana legalization: Prop 19 in California starved for cash
Nanotube yarn sweater? Made in China to stop speeding bullets
Yemen attacks kill French national, injure British embassy official
Supreme Court: Can Westboro Baptist Church protest military funerals?
Housing on a solid foundation
Good Samaritan saves 8-year-old kidnapped girl
Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion
Reader recommendation: Don Quixote