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Monitor Articles for December 30, 2010
US gas prices pass $3 mark. Will anything stop them from climbing higher?
In age of free data, nickels and dimes start rolling in
Mortgage rates reach seven-month high
NAACP: Sisters' release makes Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour 'shining example'
Top five movie trends and surprises of 2010
Black-eyed peas recipe for New Year's Day
Financial aid for college: tips for the new FAFSA form
Ideas for New Year’s Eve appetizers
A cold war video game receives a cool reception
Christine O'Donnell: Why she's no Sarah Palin
An earthquake in Indiana? How does that happen?
Smartphones: Protect your phone from these hackers' traps
David R. Francis
Bankers arouse public anger. But will they change?
Coconut quinoa and spinach salad
How will Pentagon handle 'don't ask, don't tell' repeal? Five questions answered.
'Genocide' in Ivory Coast: A real threat, or just politics?
The Monitor's View
Don't let vicious play tarnish the Super Bowl
In Africa, women don't need to be in politics to fight corruption
Economic growth: unemployment claims hit lowest level in two years
Why there's still no death toll for the Christmas Eve bombings in Nigeria
Mexican drug traffickers set up new cells in Central America
Bolivia's Morales scrambles to stem crisis over massive fuel price hike
Afghanistan war: how a model province tumbled into violence
Indiana earthquake 'extremely rare and unprecedented'
Holiday polls add little political cheer to Obama's Hawaiian vacation
Looking back: abandoned principles and misguided policies
Jack Black in Gulliver's Travels movie
Kenyan study on internet use reveals a need for more business presence online
Will Stanford end UConn’s women’s basketball winning streak? Hmmmm.
New Year's resolution: Create ONE
Russian oil tycoon Khodorkovsky sentenced to six more years
Home foreclosures falling – but more slowly than before
Ivory Coast election crisis: A roadmap for African political reform
2011 predictions: No tax reform in 2011 (or 2012)
How can your cell phone protect you from air pollution?
North Korea boosts tanks and special forces, says South Korea
Former Israeli President Moshe Katsav's rape conviction hailed as victory for women
What the Tea Party is planning for 2011 (Prediction #1)
Iraqi civilian deaths down in 2010, but in Afghanistan they're on the rise
How to fix America's broken criminal justice system
On its 150th anniversary, US Civil War matters more than ever
Winners and losers in the post-Lehman investment era
Of sound mind
Iran nuclear program delayed, says Israeli minister
2010 opening lines in fiction: Who wrote them?
Verizon iPad 2 could ship in early 2011