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Monitor Articles for September 27, 2010
Autumn apple expedition
West Bank dispute: Palestinian leader gives peace talks one-week reprieve
Why GOP struggles to make inroads with California Hispanics
Are Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer inching ahead in California ... or not?
Obama and Biden to student-age voters: Help!
Saab in talks with BMW over potential partnership
Did Stephen Colbert and Joaquin Phoenix take satire too far?
A 'Pledge to America' … to keep screwing things up
Southwest-AirTran merger: What will it mean for ticket prices?
Google and the birthday mystery
Raytheon unveils new military exoskeleton in 'Iron Man 2' tie-in
Stephen Colbert and laughable politics: Five comedians who ran for office
Bishop Eddie Long: Will case force open talk in black church about sexuality?
Burma says Aung San Suu Kyi can vote. But will house arrest continue?
Why is Obama taking on teachers' unions right before Election 2010?
Rick Lazio withdraws: How angry will New York governor's race get?
Reader mailbag: Should I cut my hair? And other priorities.
Operation Dark Heart joins list of banned books
West Bank settlements: 3 factors affecting the pace of Israeli expansion
Attendance of Kim Jong-un at North Korean conference uncertain
The Monitor's View
North Korea and the perils of a third Kim regime
Women apologize more often than men, study shows
Uber rich get richer, everyone else gets poorer, and Democrats surrender the issue
India Ayodhya verdict delayed by concerns over Hindu-Muslim tensions
The Netflix and the Blockbuster (with apologies to Lewis Carroll)
Rick Lazio drops out of New York governor's race, critical of both remaining candidates
'Tea party' is rejuvenating American politics
Should Congress regulate political ad money?
House Republicans at risk? Districts where Democrats hope for upsets
Brandon Marshall makes a splash in Dolphin home debut, but Jets win
Hyundai Sonata: Steering hazard causes recall
Haiti election campaign opens amid anger over candidate exclusions
Why Palestinian refugees in Lebanon support violence rather than peace talks
Are there hidden costs to over-dependence on China? Japan just found out.
Google celebrates birthday with cake
Top 12 terrible signs that the recession isn't actually over
The closer you are to the ground, the slower time moves
Pumpkin shortage over, the 'super food' is back
NCAA contract negotiations: a rough-and-tumble sport of its own
J.K. Rowling talks with Oprah
Plane that flies by flapping its wings makes historic first flight
AirTran Airways acquisition means Southwest assumes $2 billion in AirTran debt
Stephen Colbert congressional testimony: Why was he invited?
Would you pay a nickel for a grocery bag?
Segway company owner: Did he drive Segway off a cliff?
Israeli-Palestinian peace talks still on – but for how long?
Monarch butterflies migration headed towards Mexico
Angry Birds pointers? Ask Jon Hamm.
Portage, Wisconsin residents opt to stay in flooded homes
McCain focuses on border security during Arizona US Senate debate
Jaycee Dugard, kidnapping victim, will tell her story in a memoir
Greenspan's plan: mugging the taxpayers?
Venezuela election checks power of Hugo Chávez
Five stages of grief over the 'great recession' (officially 2007-2009)
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of September 27, 2010
Similac recall: Abbott updates baby formula recall list
'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' is weekend winner
Emergency landing at JFK airport, pilot praised (video)
Liberia's only woman newspaper editor packs a 'Punch'
Taliban kidnap British aid worker, demand prisoner swap for Aafia Siddiqui
Cracking the stock market's cycle
Can Bill Clinton help Barney Frank?
Jobless benefits: More than 9 million on unemployment
The Grace of Silence
Reader recommendation: Duchamp: A Biography
A most significant harvest