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Monitor Articles for October 25, 2011
Lego man washes ashore, stumps passersby
How 'Made in USA' parts wound up in Iraqi bombs; US indicts Iranian ring
Obama's student loan debt-relief plan: Too good to be true?
President Obama on 'The Tonight Show': A good move?
Why we shouldn't be selling the right to live in America
Rick Perry's flat tax plan: Would you have to do your taxes twice?
U.S. stocks fall as hopes for Europe falter
S.978: What Justin Bieber has to do with online streaming bill
Israeli ambassador: Gilad Shalit affair strengthens state of Israel (VIDEO)
Egypt's military takes aim at activists for anti-Christian violence
NFLX: Netflix stock tanks as 800,000 subscribers flee
As Bangkok prepares for flooding, evacuees are urged to evacuate again (video)
Hurricane Rina closes in on Mexican beach resorts
Secularists voice dismay at election gains for Tunisia's Islamist party
Capital reserves are the key to financial reform
Obama Tumblr page reboots Web-friendly campaigning
McRib is back ... along with unicorns, Viking accountants
Is your OWS donation tax deductible? Does it matter? [Video]
Smokin'! What's up with that Herman Cain aide with the cigarette?
The Monitor's View
Tunisia election result: A first for Arab Spring, a chance for Obama
Bestselling books the week of 10/27/11, according to IndieBound*
Muppet make-over: Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy reintroduced this fall
Six Picks: Paul Simon, new AMC Civil War series, and more
Not too old to stay cool
Acronyms and demonyms: Name that country!
Halloween house lights: Impressive, as long as you don't live nearby [Video]
How Mexico's drug war also prevents positive news from being reported
Amazon adds HTML5 – and suddenly its ebooks get much better looking
Wall Street protests reflect nationwide anger
Occupy Wall Street arrests increase. Have mayors reached their tipping point?
Rick Perry joins flat tax parade – a hot idea fresh from the 1860s
It's World Pasta Day
South Sudan, darling of the West, faces charges of political repression
Casey Anthony jurors revealed, but missing
Prince as kingmaker: Can an ex-warlord deliver Johnson-Sirleaf the Liberian presidency?
Northern lights: Aurora borealis astounds skywatchers
Ouster of Syria's Assad would be 'opportunity' for Israel (video)
Occupy Chicago: why City Hall's iron fist hasn't come out – so far
Home prices index increases slightly in August
All hail the chief – in Prague
Post-tsunami 'eco' vision for Japan's restart
NBA lockout analysis: Blame the owners
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac regulator throws lifeline to underwater homeowners
Mitt Romney as Regular Joe? Lessons from the Al Gore campaign
10 terrific pieces of advice – from celebrities to their teenage selves
For more innovation at colleges, push faculty to live near campus
Diplomacy in Damascus continues without US Ambassador Ford
Bill O'Reilly's "Killing Lincoln" is "Lincoln Lite"
Million mile Honda: Maine man's car travels 1 million miles
Rick Perry doubles down on 'birtherism.' Can it help him gain ground?
Tired of 'Twilight' clones? 5 young adult books to try instead
Movirtu – building a virtual mobile phone for the developing world
Believing Is Seeing: Observations on the Mysteries of Photography
Reader recommendation: The Paris Wife
Hurricane Rina bound for Cancun, Mexico
Iraq war will cost more than World War II
Why the banking system is broken
NASA sting terrifies elderly woman
Garden design: A guide to curb appeal
Rick Perry comeback plan: 'fairer' flat tax, staffing gravitas, Iowa ad blitz
MacBook Pro gets faster processor, better graphics
Deadly flooding in Central America: how people contributed to the tragedy
Turkey earthquake: Two-week-old baby rescued from quake rubble (VIDEO)
If Herman Cain or Mitt Romney were a sixth grader ...
Qaddafi's secret burial doesn't end controversy over his death
The 'still small voice' after the earthquake in Turkey
In Qaddafi's hometown, signs of trouble for Libya
Help! I don't know what retirement plan you're talking about!
Five surprising facts from the new Steve Jobs biography
Sharia law to be main source of legislation in Libya