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Monitor Articles for October 17, 2011
Brandon Lloyd leaves Broncos for Rams
iPhone 4S sales top 4 million, a new record for Apple
What Occupy Wall Street protesters don't understand
Obama on bus tour: GOP jobs plan is 'let's have dirtier air, dirtier water'
Take that, Herman Cain! Ron Paul proposes $1 trillion in budget cuts.
Why US won't fully answer skeptics of Iran assassination plot
Social Security: seniors to see COLA increase in 2012
The most commonly misunderstood fact about the job market
10 top favorite teen books of 2011
Stocks fall as Germany cools hopes for debt deal
Herman Cain: The Koch Brothers, 999 origins, and drunk-driving laws
On the road, Iran's Khamenei sets stage for a less democratic future
Dan Wheldon crash jars IndyCar future
St. Louis Cardinals: Inside the Cards' wild ride to the World Series
'The Walking Dead' premiere gets season 2 off to a solid start
Gilad Shalit deal: West Bank prepares to welcome Palestinians home
A prediction about China's future growth
'Bill shock': Are voluntary warnings against extra wireless fees enough?
BP settlement: BP to get $4 billion for oil spill cleanup
Kinder Morgan buys El Paso, creating natural gas behemoth
Gilad Shalit deal: Which Palestinian prisoners will walk free?
Media report card for presidential election: Who's gotten the best coverage?
President Obama's economic road show: Why the bus?
Industrial production rises slightly in September
National Book Award young adult nominees are back to five
The Monitor's View
What the Occupy protests can do next
Lowe's closing stores: Is yours on the list?
Dan Wheldon: Death of IndyCar driver rattles 'fearless' racing culture
Occupy London protesters dig in with tents, large pots of soup
Van Gogh: new book says he didn't commit suicide
Might New Hampshire relent on its 'first primary' status? Not a chance.
Booker Prize winner to be announced tomorrow amid controversy
After BlackBerry outage, RIM offers $100 app bundle
First chinks appearing in the armor of Herman Cain's 9-9-9 plan?
Free speech or just a lie? Supreme Court takes case on Medal of Honor claim.
The rise of the regressive Right and the reawakening of America
Colson Whitehead takes on the zombie trend
Israelis petition Supreme Court to stop Gilad Shalit deal
Lost da Vinci: Priceless da Vinci portrait sold for $21,000
Herman Cain or Mitt Romney: Who is the best CEO for America?
What Japan is doing to fight older generation's post-tsunami isolation
China's political system is more flexible than US democracy
Finally, tough love for US ally Pakistan
Paul McCartney letter offered tryout to mystery drummer
Instant City: Life and Death in Karachi
Reader recommendation: A Jane Austen Education
Meatless Monday: Roasted pumpkin, pine nut, and feta salad
Venezuela giving free gas to gas stations
Urban Outfitters Navajo line draws criticism from Navajo Nation
Bamboo bicycle business shoots up in a struggling African country
The 'Occupy' movement will hurt free enterprise
"Henrietta Lacks" author Rebecca Skloot writing new book
Heavy rains kill dozens in Central America
Dan Wheldon IndyCar crash: Were racers driving recklessly?
Libya struggles with transition amid protracted battle for Sirte, Bani Walid
Rome riots (video): Global 'Day of Rage' peaceful, except in Rome
Stocks: European shares slip from highs
Mitt Romney and GOP quest for anyone but him
Will the Occupy Wall Street protests come to China?
Sze LaiShan helps the poor trapped in tiny 'coffin' and 'cage' tenements
Herman Cain joke? Electrified fence on the US-Mexico border
Assessing presidential prospects
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of October 17, 2011
Interior Secretary Salazar says Obama administration "transformed" US' energy future