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Monitor Articles for November 18, 2011
Reno fire expands to over 2,000 acres
Hybrid cars safer – and more dangerous
Resolution on Iran nuclear program hailed by US, but lacks teeth
Natalie Wood case reopened: Could investigation lead to new charges?
Six days left: Slowly, for super committee, failure is becoming an option
Comtel Air to passengers: Pay extra or we don't fly
Will Egypt's Tahrir protests today dislodge military control?
Different definitions of 'inflation' and 'deflation'
The Monitor's Weekly News Quiz for Nov. 13-18, 2011
Balanced budget amendment falls 23 votes short in House
Cyberattack on Illinois water utility may confirm Stuxnet warnings
Stocks stay put as Europe eases debt fears
Good news at last for college graduates: an improved job outlook
Being a Washington insider has made Newt Gingrich a wealthy man
How is the economy really doing?
Louis Daguerre: Why people never smile in old photographs
Why New Hampshire hasn't joined the anti-Romney bandwagon
Climate change warning: brace for hotter heat waves, stronger storms
The Monitor's View
'Breaking Dawn' soundtrack is fun and sappy -- in a good way
Oil prices slip below $97 a barrel
Syracuse assistant basketball coach target of child molesting allegations
Congo presidential candidates bring their campaigns to the east
New residential construction increases
Second act for Occupy Wall Street: Is it time to come in from the cold?
Why Obama sees time as ripe for overture to Burma regime
Egypt fills Tahrir Square, this time with Islamists in lead
US shifts deportation focus to criminals, closing other illegal immigrant cases
Ann Patchett opens Nashville bookstore as other stores close
Truth about Natalie Wood's death 'is all in the book,' says boat's captain
Italy too big to fail? Odds are it's too big to save.
How the IMF and World Bank could save Cuba's economy – defying the US embargo
Benetton ad: Offended Vatican vows legal action
Tyrannosaur: movie review
Another Happy Day: movie review
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1: movie review
Obama eyes a booming Indonesia to create jobs in the US
The top 50 US charities for 2011
Catholic diocese to buy Crystal Cathedral
What Bill O'Reilly should have read instead
Herman Cain receives Secret Service protection
President Obama sending Sec. Clinton to Burma(Myanmar)
Who are the biggest losers and winners coming out of the Arab Spring?
Social justice is not necessarily justice
Arrest the effects of abuse now
Regis Philbin making exit from US morning TV
Unemployed college grads: the upside
Bacon blanketed, herb-roasted turkey
Best buys, worst buys on Black Friday 2011
Europe debt crisis: EU moves too little, too late?
Brooklyn Bridge march didn't reflect Occupy: NY mayor
Tunnel-detection technology at US-Mexico border: Is it worth the effort?
Mercy ship brings basic hospital care to West Africa
Punish Iran for its nuclear secrecy? How sanctions could work.
A turning point for Syria protests?
Louis Daguerre, photography pioneer, honored with Google doodle
Unemployment claims dip. Job picture improving.