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Monitor Articles for November 15, 2010
What will printing money and creating debt lead to?
How Harry Potter is inspiring muggles to help from Haiti to Darfur
Study: 30 private college presidents made more than $1 million
A reeling bond market has EU members pushing for Ireland bailout
Charles Rangel: What did he gain by walking out of his ethics trial?
How tea party senators stared down Mitch McConnell on earmark ban
Dagong: America's credit rating takes a hit for QE2
Risks to US in gambit to keep the Middle East peace talks alive
START treaty: Mullen delivers tough speech on nuclear weapons agreement
Facebook email? The social network revamps messaging
Book review: Neoconservatism: An Obituary for an Idea
New research: If you love your town, prosperity follows
5 children's books by US politicians
Walmart Black Friday 2010: Will you shop all night?
Youngest black hole evidence found in cosmic explosion aftermath
How the Chandlers' release could spur Somali pirate kidnappings
When customer service capsizes
US legislation on Congo's 'conflict minerals,' explained
Nigeria's anti-corruption figurehead runs a campaign of ideas
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of November 15, 2010
Hybrid cars? OK. All-electric Tesla? An eco-thriller!
To wit: Comic relief needed in Burma after release of Aung San Suu Kyi
First Apple computer, the Apple-I, could fetch $242K at auction
Israeli-Palestinian clashes over olive groves feed distrust
Reusable shopping bags: Honolulu delays bag bill
Record number of Chinese students flock to US colleges
Study in America: Top 5 countries sending students to US
Android Gingerbread is in the oven, says Google
Tea party groups push GOP to quit culture wars, focus on deficit
TheStreet.com: the Motown Records of the financial web
The Monitor's View
Senate must ratify new START agreement on nuclear arms
Aung San Suu Kyi released in Burma (Myanmar), but don't forget what happened in Depayin
Five sites to shop for Black Friday deals, before Black Friday
Health-care reform in GOP cross hairs
The economics of natural disasters
Top 5 high-profile captures by Somali pirates
What's at stake in Charles Rangel ethics trial?
Plagiarism charges fly in Bush memoir controversy
Sarkozy cabinet reshuffle aims to capture Gaullist fields of French right
G20 failure moves global economy to brink of protectionism
Economic irony: creating bubbles to maintain stability
Hajj 101: Five facts about the Muslim pilgrimage
Donovan McNabb goes for two in a row Monday night against his former team
Obama's US-Russia reset hangs on Senate approval of START treaty
Best of 2010 book lists
R&D spending: Here are the Top 10 firms
Netanyahu strikes a deal on Israeli settlements – could it freeze peace, too?
TSA screenings drive passengers to find alternatives to flying
Think you can fix the budget? Go ahead.
Back from Asia, Obama weighs strategic partnerships, China's economic muscle
For real education reform, take a cue from the Adventists
Hunter catches monster 14-foot alligator in Fla. lake
The 'lame duck' Congress: an uninspired history
Arizona legalizes medical marijuana use
What if we reform the whole monetary system?
She uses paint, brushes, and volunteers to clean up graffiti and build communities
Prayer's counterattack on cyberwarfare
Economy 2.0? Meet 'ifarmers' – they plant, tweet
Petraeus strikes back at Karzai ahead of major NATO conference on Afghanistan
Madoff auction: jewelry, luxury items fetch high prices
Perfect roasted turkey and pan gravy
Job listings: Plenty to come from projects in Washington State
Reader recommendation: Lunch at the Piccadilly