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Monitor Articles for November 2, 2011
4G phones arrive on AT&T next week
Oakland strike: For Occupy protesters, frenzied rumors before march on port
Can Obama's high-speed rail plans survive California sticker shock?
Why 1,900 crack cocaine users and dealers are getting out of prison early
Northeast snowstorm: Connecticut slowest to restore power, again
Fed's Ben Bernanke 'dissatisfied' with economy, unemployment rate
Could China's first 'space kiss' lead to a Mars mission with US?
Lessons from MF Global's unraveling
Stocks recover after 2-day slump
Ricin plot: Target list includes judges, IRS agents, Atlanta, and Washington
Frank McCourt selling Dodgers. Who might be buying?
No need for new eye witness rule, Supreme Court justices suggest at hearing
Election 101: What's the Republican primary calendar for 2012?
Caramel apple cookies
'100 lashes if you don't die laughing' and 3 other Muhammad controversies
Private sector jobs numbers improving
Reader recommendation: Light In My Darkness
Election 2012 challenge: How to win over 'frustrated' Walmart moms (video)
Los Angeles opera company is filling a need for experimentation
World Book Night comes to America
Supermassive black hole clouds caused by exploding planets
'The Amazing Spiderman' star Rhys Ifans talks about his villainous role as the Lizard
Barnes & Noble new Color Nook: Could it compete with the Kindle Fire?
Amazon's top 10 book picks for November
Ricin terror plot: Four in Ga. accused of planning attacks
Six Picks: A british classic, parents' funny texts, Michael Bublé Christmas CD, and more
Pakistan grants India 'most favored nation' status
Don't make fun of California's carbon reduction efforts
Filene's Basement, parent file for bankruptcy protection
Would it be better for Herman Cain to let the women speak?
110,000 private sector jobs added
The Monitor's View
G20 summit and bribery: Is the anti-corruption effort for real?
For Greek PM, political reality trumps fury of Sarkozy, Merkel
Phew! Employers cut fewer jobs in October than expected.
New Gmail: What you need to know
Can China build its own space station? A crucial test looms (VIDEO)
Laptop shortage looms after Thailand flood
Turkey's rising clout leaves Iran fuming on sidelines of Arab Spring
Obama jobs plan vs. GOP's: Which ideas will yield most jobs soonest?
Books flow from an American teen to African schools
Anna Chapman, the plagiarist? New accusations in wake of FBI's Russia spy sting.
Eyesore in the garden: Now you see it, now you don't.
Assange extradition appeal denied. Will WikiLeaks founder be sent to Sweden?
Foreclosures: Was yours illegal? Get it reviewed.
Showdown looms between 'Anonymous' hackers and Mexico's Zeta cartel
Occupy Wall Street's latest converts: the 1 percent?
Freedom may be messy, but it beats despotism
Perry's tax cuts will be huge for the wealthy. How huge?
Super committee: Let Bush tax cuts expire and your work will be done
Uncharted 3 review roundup
Herman Cain: Sexual harassment allegations help campaign fund raising
Oakland braces for strike, marches. Can Occupy protesters close the port?
Greek debt referendum: Bad for economy, but good for democracy
Arab League set to announce plan to end Syrian uprising
Finding your significance among 7 billion others
Should eye witnesses have to pass a test? Supreme Court to decide.
China's crackdown grows as Tibetan self-immolations increase