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Monitor Articles for October 26, 2011
Crystal Cathedral to be used as college campus in bankruptcy deal
Battlefield 3 review roundup
New smartphones: Nokia ushers in the Windows Phone era
Why Obama should call for a breakup of big banks
Rick Perry calls debates a 'mistake,' but how can he avoid them?
Which GOP flat tax plan is fairest of them all?
Are we headed toward a rash of local bankruptcies?
Insider trading: Ex-Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta pleads not guilty
Stocks higher as China comes to Europe's rescue
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Europe's patchwork solutions for the euro crisis
'Unearthly' beauty tops jobs? Obama freezes mining near Grand Canyon.
The secret ingredient to financial and career success
50 Cent to release young adult book about bullying
Chaz Bono out on DWTS: Star power isn't enough
Deficit-cutting 'super committee': Can it come up with a plan in time?
Unmanned US-Mexico border checkpoint's construction underway
Stephen King's "Dark Tower" series may be going to HBO
Palestinian statehood bid adds urgency for Israeli-Palestinian peace
What are the Israeli-Palestinian peace talk preconditions?
How much will science research suffer from federal budget cuts?
Egyptians unhappy with lenient sentence for Khaled Said's killers
Invasive plants: Where does one gardener begin?
'Three Musketeers' movie has lots of action but not much substance
10 best books of October, according to Amazon's editors
Four reasons why illegal immigration across the US-Mexico border has dropped
Leftist wins Seoul mayoral race: How it could alter South Korea's ties with North Korea
UN says Dodd-Frank Congo conflict minerals bill is working
Indonesian group strikes unusual bargain to save forest
Student loan forgiveness: 5 ways Obama wants to ease student debt
John Edwards criminal case hearings scheduled
New home sales climb; selling prices still low
Copiale Cipher: How a secret society's code was finally cracked
Tunisia election results: Islamists are major power, but all is not lost for secularists
Insider trading: Ex-Goldman board member arrested
Can Islamists share power with secularists? Tunisia is about to find out.
Tear gas and mayhem at Occupy Oakland: help or hindrance to the cause?
As Putin rises again, will the US-Russia 'reset' of ties hold?
Turkey earthquake rescue efforts push ahead despite ethnic tensions
Sorry, Occupy Wall Street: There's no 1 percent solution
Mortgage rates stay flat
What is Somalia's Al Shabab?
Michelle Obama's book on the White House garden coming in April
Credit cards stolen? Even senators aren't safe.
Obama must learn from past mistakes in fight against Uganda's LRA
Occupy Wall Street: the book is coming soon
Thailand floods: Water seeps into heart of Bangkok, barriers may not hold
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American Emperor: Aaron Burr’s Challenge to Jefferson’s America
Google and governments: The delicate relationship
Hurricane Rina threatens Cancún and the rest of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula
Chaz Bono called a 'penguin,' exits Dancing with the Stars
Quick tortilla chicken soup
Why won't Mitt Romney make his tax returns public?
Obama's tough talk on Iran: All about the presidential election?
Just who knew that Kenya would launch its attack on Somalia?
Rick Perry flat tax plan: Borrowing from Herman Cain?
Hurricane Rina near Category 3 strength approaches Mexico resorts
In India, SELCO blazes an entrepreneurial trail to bring solar power to the people
Libya to NATO: Stay until the end of the year
Be a peacemaker, wherever you are
Homemade salsa: good for your wallet, better for your health
Javan rhino goes extinct in Vietnam after last rhino poached