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Monitor Articles for October 31, 2011
Modern Warfare 3 multiplayer maps hit the Web early
iPhone 4S battery drain: We're not at 'death grip' levels yet
Bernie Madoff: son Andrew never suspected his father
After the snowstorm: Power outages mean no heat, no trick-or-treating
Texas manufacturing shows weak expansion
Herman Cain: To sexual harassment allegations, add financial ones
Another Solyndra already? Some worry even worse is coming.
South Florida python swallows 76-pound adult deer
Jack-o'-lanterns and more: five symbols in the history of Halloween
Stocks slump for a scary end to October
JetBlue flight sits on tarmac for seven hours. Will anyone be fined?
Freedom on the march, Egypt edition
'In Living Color' will come back to television with two specials
Bankruptcy threat pushes Kodak to ditch patents, endangering websites
Halloween Nor'easter: How unusual was it?
Will wind power stoke demand for batteries?
Herman Cain harassment allegations: why they're not Clarence Thomas redux
'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' heroine Lisbeth Salander gets her own H&M collection wardrobe
The Village Voice and the selling of children for sex on the Internet
Israel, Palestinians, and UNESCO culture wars
Palestinian UNESCO membership: What it means for 4 key players
Is Rick Perry still a top-tier presidential candidate?
Happy Halloween! Do giant pumpkins have a size limit?
Herman Cain says allegations of sexual harassment are 'baseless'
Why market rallies can be frustrating, too
Supreme Court rebukes Ninth Circuit, again, in 'shaken baby' case
NATO operation in Libya ends after 7 months, could it be a model?
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of October 31, 2011
Crosses on public land: Did Supreme Court leave legal issue in 'shambles'?
Scotland's millennia-old Yew tree has seen it all
How higher education is leading us astray
Former rebel wins Bogota mayor race in violence-marred Colombia elections
Kyrgyzstan elections: Unity top priority for Atambayev
NATO's Libya mission ends. Was it a success?
Herman Cain faces sexual harassment claims. How much trouble is he in?
Brad Paisley to release book on his musical heroes
Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee: Liberia is progressing, but still divided
Happy Halloween: The story behind Google's 1,000-pound pumpkins
Andrew Madoff: Can he rehabilitate his image?
Is Canada's oil more ethical than Saudi Arabia's?
Republican hypocrisy on military spending
As world population passes 7 billion, two strategies make for a sustainable future
Meatless Monday: Roasted sugar pumpkins with cheese fondue
World population hits 7 billion, but there are easy ways to curb growth
As world welcomes '7 billionth baby,' UN says empowering women is key to stability
Halloween faces postponement due to scary weather
Herman Cain absent from Iowa, leads Iowa poll
In a new twist, 'Anonymous' hacker group threatens Zeta cartel in Mexico
Occupy this: One of my friends works on Wall Street. One camps in Zucotti Park.
Herman Cain denies report of sexual harassment
Israel-Gaza violence appears to ease after overnight airstrikes
The film 'Miss Representation' and the role of women today
Clean energy 'gold rush' in Mojave spurs backlash
Ryan Clinton wants to make animal shelters 'no kill' zones
How to grow and cook sweet potatoes
Stocks fall in Europe, Asia over worries about Italy
Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero
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