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Monitor Articles for December 9, 2010
Charity donations: 17 more billionaries sign up to give
'Don't ask, don't tell': repeal thrown into doubt by Senate vote
House Democrats say Obama caved on tax-cut deal. Are they wrong?
Gas prices: 'Tis not the season for $3 a gallon. What happened?
US treatment of Liu Xiaobo's Nobel Peace Prize angers China
How pro-WikiLeaks hackers wage cyberwar without hijacking your computer
Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp star in the new film 'The Tourist'
What really drives suicide terrorists?
Obama tax deal: Watch your language, tax cuts don't cost government a dime.
Mortgage rates rise: Is Federal Reserve policy backfiring?
Shanghai test scores have everyone asking: How did students do it?
Sarah Palin hunting: Why the world shakes when she shoots a caribou
In Kenya, a water treatment so easy it raises doubts
Even bears are getting happier
'Anonymous': How dangerous is hacker network defending WikiLeaks?
Cliff Lee bidding war heats up: Yankees offer longer deal after Red Sox sign Carl Crawford
Gaza blockade over? Not according to the UN.
House Democrats block GOP-Obama tax deal. Is it dead?
KFC aims to double revenue in Africa by 2012. The colonel would be proud.
Rabbis tell Israeli Jews not to rent to Arabs; even Holocaust museum frowns
Britain's tuition hikes: a brave step forward?
Hackers wage global 'cyberwar' in defense of WikiLeaks
300K Android phones activated every day: Google
Obama-GOP deal: Tax hike for the working poor
DREAM Act news: With bill stalled in Senate, what happens next?
Paris snow tapers off, but travel and tourism still affected
What Glenn Beck and WikiLeaks' Julian Assange have in common
As Hanukkah closes, menorahs have flickered in surprising place: Iran
Mortgage rates: APR and APY – mortgage math made simple
Mortgage rates at highest level since July
Mortgage rates rise for fourth week
Obama's words vs. deeds
Nobel Prize committee to China: A growing world power needs to handle criticism better
The Monitor's View
WikiLeaks and its hacker backers need a lesson in transparency
Special interests aim to pile onto tax-cut deal, to retain tax credits
Welsh students sit out tuition protests
UK taken aback by fervor and staying power of student protests
In Congo, the presidential candidate field is taking shape
IPO stocks catch your eye? Three ideas for the under-invested
Caps lock key: An endangered species?
Hackers rally to support WikiLeaks: Top 5 recent attacks
Unemployment benefits and tax cuts: winners and losers of the Obama-GOP tax deal
India corruption scandals stall government as lawmakers spar over inquiries
Obama on 'Mythbusters': What happened with his 'death ray'?
Why DREAM Act passed House, but may fall in Senate
Fall of Giants
Figment.com picks up where Facebook leaves off
Window boxes in unexpected places
Yeonpyeong attack spoils South Korea's appetite for sending food aid to North Korea
Gift guides for the holidays include classic TV shows
Did giant storks once dine on hobbits?
Barbie Video Girl: Can great toy become nefarious tool?
WikiLeaks documents roil Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa
God's fundamental goodness
China delegation visits North Korea, expresses support for Kim Jong Il
Top 6 tips for new Forex 'investors'
Lemon poppy seed bread
DREAM Act passed by House, but Senate may be tougher
Chinese authorities silence friends of Liu Xiaobo in extensive roundup
Credit cards: Be careful about those promos