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Monitor Articles for October 4, 2011
Lettuce recall: 90 cartons of romaine? Oops, 2,500.
iPod refreshed (kinda), Zune retired. Are MP3 players on the way out?
The irony of China bashing
What was Conrad Murray doing when Michael Jackson died? Girlfriends testify.
Amanda Knox: What American parents can learn from her story
Who benefits from Chris Christie's decision to opt out?
By hammering on jobs bill, can Obama rekindle hearts of US teachers?
Economic recovery 'close to faltering,' Ben Bernanke tells Congress
How to improve your credit score
Herman Cain: What's behind his rise in the polls?
Stocks: Late surge erases early losses
iPhone 4S adds better camera, voice commands, many other sweeteners
Apple stock (AAPL) sinks after iPhone announcement
When is a golf tournament not just a tournament? When it's in North Korea.
Questions abound after fatal shooting is captured by cops' own camera
Why Chris Christie isn't running for president
Wild plum buckle
Arrests of journalists show Ethiopia's sterner side
The new financial world will embrace quality over quantity
Protests underscore Bulgarians' fear of Roma, organized crime
Leonard Nimoy says goodbye to 'Star Trek' fans
Putin's United Russia: Communist Party clone or modern democratic force?
Pressuring Pakistan, Afghanistan's Karzai signs deal with India
Starbucks' new blend – working with community nonprofits
Does global warming cause animals to shrink?
Youth in Indian-controlled Kashmir fight for independence with art
Candice Millard talks about "Destiny of the Republic"
Israel's tent protests transition to next stage: political fight
The Monitor's View
In Arab Spring, mercy is as mercy does
Bestselling books the week of 10/6/11, according to IndieBound*
Syrian opposition forms unity council, hoping to continue Arab Spring
Climate change in ancient Egypt
Mexico's 'Cannabis Libraries' reflect rising drug problem, and changing attitudes
Why a watered-down UN resolution on Syria may still not pass
Amanda Knox traveling back to US after successful appeal
Tony Romo is not Deion Sanders' favorite Cowboys quarterback
Egyptian blogger's hunger strike turns critical; hearing delayed
Somalia truck bombing: Is Al Shabab back in Mogadishu?
Discovery that universe is expanding faster and faster earns physics Nobel
Hank Williams Jr. cites tea party in defense of 'Hitler' comments
'Occupy Wall Street' out of touch with reality
One year after Hungary's 'Red Sludge' disaster, signs of democratic progress
Dalai Lama cancels South Africa trip. Did China trade ties get in the way?
Amanda Knox: the latest "it" girl of publishing
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of October 3, 2011
Starbucks to customers: Donate $5, create jobs
Rick Perry's real problem: He's not wearing well
iPhone update debuts Tuesday. Why not get cash for your old iPhone?
To boost incomes, Uncle Sam should lend a hand
Will the US become another Japan?
President Obama won't win reelection, says poll
Hank Williams Jr. in hot water for comparing Obama to Hitler
Point of view: Elegance in the rust
GOP candidates show more loyalty to a foreign country (Israel) than their own
Pronouncing Ralph Fiennes
Federal Reserve: The nation's most profitable bank
Bo Ne Vietnamese steak and eggs
The struggle to balance inflation and shortages in Venezuela
George Soros gives $27 million to Africa project
Occupy Wall Street: flash in the pan or beginning of a movement?
Nobel Prize for physics: Universe expansion accelerating, not slowing down
Congress's new brinkmanship: Better or worse than politics as usual?
With 2012 primary calendar in chaos, what does Iowa do now?
Karzai visits rival India amid tensions with Pakistan
Good Reads: Amanda Knox released, Panetta in Israel, and US foreign aid cuts
The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and the God that frees
When moving has a spiritual cost
Eisenhower: The White House Years
Reader recommendation: The View From Lazy Point
Sprint iPhone has investors worried