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Monitor Articles for November 1, 2011
Referendum in Greece has Eurozone members reaching for panic button
US Army soldier arrested on suspicion of espionage
Alabama-lite? US sues to block South Carolina illegal immigration law.
Report: Chinese hackers launched summer offensive on US chemical industry
Sinaloa group 101: Five facts about Mexico's powerful drug cartel
Michael Jackson doctor declines to testify. Was that his last, best chance?
Movember: Do men with mustaches deserve a tax break?
Construction spending up slightly in September
Greek bailout – and Papandreou's premiership – in jeopardy
James Garner's not afraid to dish in 'The Garner Files'
Faced by threat of a sexual assault? There's an app for that.
Why Herman Cain supporters are sticking with him
Greeks' choice–and ours: Democracy or finance?
OWS: 'Occupy' protesters prepare for winter
Will the Greek referendum snatch economic defeat from the jaws of victory?
Education report card: Flat reading scores are 'deeply disappointing'
It's a wild scene in the backyard
Reader recommendation: Al-Qaeda
U.S. stocks fall amid Greek turmoil
Maker Faire: Mad science for the masses
Food stamp participation on the rise
The 'Prius of bicycles' switches gears by reading your mind
If harassment claims sink Herman Cain, which GOP rival will benefit?
China won't solve Europe's debt problems
'Just not cricket': Pakistani cricket players found guilty of match fixing
Bank of America nixes debit card fees
Piece by piece, will Obama's health-care reform law be dismantled?
Markets swoon, hit by thunderbolt news of a Greek debt referendum (video)
Dorothy Rodham remembered for positive influences on Clinton family
Flight from Newark makes emergency landing in Poland (video)
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A test for America's reading skills in NAEP scores
Social Security will not destroy the economy
Texting bride caught messaging down the aisle. LOL! OMG! (VIDEO)
Thailand flood defenses divide Bangkok
Reading, writing, empathy: Schools try 'Social Emotional Learning'
How the tea party can 'agree' with Occupy movement's demands
12 Asian authors in the spotlight: the 2011 Man Asian Literary Prize longlist
Greek referendum call stuns EU. Could it topple Papandreou?
After UNESCO Palestine vote, could US defund nuclear watchdog IAEA, too?
Pet insurance: Company offering pet health coverage
NaNoWriMo is back – and hotter than ever
G7 led by US can't drive the world economy anymore. G20 must step up.
OWS: Protest movement is growing
Butternut squash tart with carmelized onions
Mexico's 'temporary' marriages: till death – or two years – do us part
Who is Occupy Wall Street? After six weeks, a profile finally emerges.
Parallel circuits: real and virtual networks
Kenya, Somalia look for international help to fight Al Shabab
Toward a new sense of family
Will you save money by making your own noodles?
China human rights activists beaten for trying to visit Chen Guangcheng
Hardy cyclamen: Its delicate appearance hides its toughness
Herman Cain offers conflicting responses to sexual harassment allegations