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Monitor Articles for October 8, 2010
Adm. Mike Mullen: I support diplomacy in Iran; Iraq needs to stand up a government
Spice up your garden with ornamental peppers
How Titan might be making DNA building blocks
Katie Couric election series: A nod to Charles Kuralt or Facebook?
Which nation has the most in vitro babies? Here are the Top 5.
It's Kind of a Funny Story: movie review
Why the NRA is rallying behind endangered Democrats
Social Security? Don't count on it.
Christine O'Donnell: Is her latest campaign push working?
Should we explore Mars with a robot airplane?
X-Men: Destiny, what we know so far
Donald Trump drops fresh hints about potential run for president
Does Pentagon trust Tom Donilon, new national security adviser?
Private sector jobs are up! But that's not the whole story...
'Toxic' touch? Why Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman shy from Sarah Palin.
Arab League expected to demand settlement freeze before peace talks continue
Jewish life revived in Poland
Glenn Beck says 'collective salvation' is anti-American. Tell that to the Founding Fathers.
As Chile mine rescue nears, families pressure government to reform industry
Free trade vs. state aid
There's a law that bars federal employees from running for office?
David Hartley and Lake Falcon: symbols of Mexico's ineffective judiciary, police
French Muslims feel increased scrutiny amid terror concerns
Brett Favre faces big obstacles ahead of Monday's game against Jets
Egyptian fiction growing, challenging conservative norms
Unemployment rate steady at 9.6 percent: Is Obama's plan working?
Unemployment up? Not in these four maverick cities.
The Monitor's View
Nobel Peace Prize for Liu Xiaobo: a boost for democratic ideals in China
Jobs down, economic recovery tepid
Quantum entanglement could lead to superfast computers
Report: One-third of US teens are victims of cyberbullying
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki: Iraq within days of ending political stalemate
A government for the people, or a government for wealthy special interests?
Cash is a call option.
John Lennon at 70: Imagine Google's animated homage
Gap logo changes: renaissance or mistake?
Rachel Corrie trial continues in Israel, reviving controversial case
Who were the previous 10 Nobel Peace Prize winners?
Kim Jong-un confirmed North Korean heir ahead of massive military parade
MGM bankruptcy plan announced. What does it mean for James Bond and 'The Hobbit'?
Sudan referendum: Leaders meet to resolve problems in Abyei
Dracula fish, lipstick gecko, 23-foot carnivorous plant, among new species discovered
Vivaldi concerto, lost for 300 years, found in Scotland
Will Brown aide's slur of Meg Whitman tip California governor's race?
Nowhere Boy: movie review
Life as We Know It: movie review
Roman helmet auctioned for more than $3 million
John Lennon: FBI seizes musician's fingerprints in New York
Food stamps would not be used for soda in New York under new plan
Private sector adds jobs. You helped. Really!
Secretariat: movie review
Where have all the home buyers gone?
Why Liu Xiaobo Nobel Peace Prize could harm Chinese rights activists
Botswana president wants Zimbabwe sanctions lifted
Anna Chapman, glamorous Russian spy, bids farewell to astronauts
America's brewing political storm
"Poisoning the Press": The story of a real-life plot by the Nixon White House
Test your Nobel Peace Prize knowledge. Take our quiz.
Doing the math on movie rentals
Neighbors' march replaces violence with love
UN worker kidnapped during visit to Sudan's Darfur
Nobel Peace Prize awarded to jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo
From Shadow to Light: The Life & Art of Mort Meskin