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Monitor Articles for November 18, 2010
Why Wayne Newton wants you to visit his Las Vegas home
Congress weighs tax cuts for wealthy and unemployment insurance for those in need
Dollywood wins award for best theme park in the world
Poison vote looms for tea party freshmen: Raise the national debt limit?
Terror case: Is one conviction and 284 acquittals a success?
'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows': Do the films stand on their own?
Found: a planet not from the Milky Way, circling a star in its death throes
Arnold Schwarzenegger: California shows the green revolution is alive and well
GM stock price up 3.6 percent on first day: five questions about the IPO
Math and reading test scores: Massachusetts excels, West Virginia lags
Europe on alert: fall 2010 terror plots
Is Charles Rangel corrupt?
What a $100 billion EU aid package means for Ireland
George H.W. Bush, 14 others to be awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom next year
Pentagon conundrum: What if 'don't ask, don't tell' survives?
Obama in Europe: Back among friends or another 'shellacking' ahead?
FIFA suspends pair of officials from voting on future World Cup hosts
Between rich and poor, a marriage gap
Facebook, banned in Syria, is widely used – even by the government
How do you get 23 economists to agree? Criticize Bernanke.
Vegan stuffing recipe
Madagascar coup attempt: rebel leaders appear to lose momentum
How China has put Liu Xiaobo's Nobel Peace Prize in the limelight
Africa's uranium producers stand to benefit as world reins in carbon emissions
How Afghanistan views the NATO summit
Black Friday ads, come-ons to lure 138 million shoppers
Antimatter breakthrough could help scientists unravel Big Bang mystery
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NATO tries to reinvent itself at Lisbon summit
Museum tells of Khmer Rouge persecution of Cambodian Muslims
Sarah Palin in 2012: Could she really beat President Obama?
GOP's 'old white guy' rule means Mitt Romney in 2012, says James Carville
In Guinea, opposition leader Conde's win is challenged
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1: movie review
Best Buy Black Friday 2010: Good deals? Sometimes.
NATO's Lisbon meeting agenda: Afghan withdrawal and emerging threats
America's toughest terror test: Al Qaeda in Yemen
Iran missile system tested, rhetoric sharpened on eve of NATO summit
Democratic strategists tell Obama: 'reset and start over'
Germany says suspicious bag in Namibia airport was security test
Are you smarter than a 12th-grader? A reading comprehension quiz.
2010 National Book Awards: more surprises
Despite Hamas-Fatah split, Gaza's sportsmen score a truce. Game on.
Sarah Palin, Bristol Palin keep it upbeat -- exasperating critics
Washington is making the housing crisis even worse
Guilt: How to melt it like ice cream on a hot day
Harry Potter: A chronology
How does the market really feel about QE2?
In Turkey, Kurdish writers once needed pseudonyms. Now they have a master's program.
Solar energy, wind turbines coming to Philadelphia Eagles' stadium
Kate Middleton and Prince William: How well do you know them? A quiz.
Meg Whitman settles for $5,500 with former housekeeper
Erin Blakemore: What I learned from Jane Austen and Laura Ingalls Wilder
Do you blame the housing market on the Fed or the 'glut'?
Ahmadinejad warns against foreign interference in Iran's affairs
'Oh, he'll never change.'
Mortgage lending fraud on the rise
Spiced sweet potato puree with pecan streusel
Israel approves withdrawal from Ghajar, flashpoint village on Lebanese border