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Monitor Articles for November 4, 2011
S&P 500 likely to get boost from Greek vote
Bank Transfer Day has customers leaving corporate banks
If jobs are top priority, why can't Congress pass a jobs bill?
Why Romney's Iowa robo-calls are targeting Rick Perry, not Herman Cain
Greeks drop debt referendum
How Mitt Romney's new plan would change Social Security and Medicare
Stocks slide in wait for Greek confidence vote
5 secrets from the updated 'Kardashian Confidential'
Bank Transfer Day: Occupy-backed assault on big banks gaining steam
Kate Middleton and Prince William visit UNICEF center in Denmark
The Monitor's Weekly News Quiz for Oct. 30-Nov. 4, 2011
Do a barrel roll with Google (just don't get vertigo)
Will next report on Iran nuclear program 'prove' quest for nuclear weapon?
'Grimm' will be an engrossing procedural with fairy tales, say producers
iPhone 4s problem: First the battery, now Siri?
Jon Corzine resigns as MF Global CEO after firm files for bankruptcy
Huge chunk of Antarctic ice sheet set to break free
What the GOP candidates' tax plans leave out
Modern Warfare 3 hits K-Mart shelves ahead of Nov. 8 launch: report
Hajj pilgrimage: Mulism pilgrims gather in Saudi Arabia for hajj
Sherlock Holmes comes back to life in "The House of Silk"
Young Goethe in Love: movie review
The Son of No One: movie review
Dippin' Dots – 'future' of ice cream – files for bankruptcy
To define poverty, US has a new (and improved?) formula.
Pianomania: movie review
Pentagon vs. NRA: Will gun-rights law raise risk of soldier suicides?
Humpty-Dumpty at the G-20: Can Europe put itself together again?
Unemployment benefits suggest upswing in job market
How much do you know about the Second Amendment? A quiz.
US jobs: a whisper of growth when US needs a boom
"Out of Oz" brings satisfaction, critics say
Is Groupon (GRPN) really that valuable?
Smartphones: HTC rocks out to the Rezound, a phone for music lovers
The Monitor's View
After G20 summit, Europe needs clarity, not just containment
'Tower Heist' starring Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy: movie review
Libya militias taking law into own hands
Unemployment stays flat at 9 percent
The China paradox: communist capitalism?
Teflon candidate? Herman Cain poll numbers remain high, despite controversy.
Asteroid 2005 YU55 will buzz the Earth next week
Fix income inequality, fix the economy
Gabrielle Giffords vows to return to Congress
White like me – or, seeing the world through "Black Like Me"
Mayan Guatemalans disenfranchised because their government can't spell?
Older Americans a (labor) force for social change
The other white fish: skate
Asian carp invasion: Can we fish our way out of the problem?
Celebrating the Ginger Rogers century
Eyes on Gaza flotilla, but Gazan activists looking at Hamas
'Model plane' bomber, back in court, is 'classic case' of an Al Qaeda recruit
Daylight Saving Time ends: When do I set my clocks back?
Thailand floods pale beside five worst floods in history
Birth of a huge Antarctic iceberg (video)
E-readers or tablets? New Nook Color could be both.
Occupy Wall Street clash in Oakland: How should police handle protests? (video)
520-day mission to Mars completed on Earth
The night the Titanic went down: who survived and how
Stop waiting for Washington
Loan delinquencies drop; still at critical levels
James Bond returns: Craig, Bardem star in new thriller 'Skyfall'
Conrad Murray trial: As case goes to jury, a pressing question (video)
Economy grows 9.1 percent. Disappointing? Yes, in China.
Rock star no more, Obama takes a back seat at G20 (video)
At least I haven’t been shot going through airport security
Herman Cain: Woman's statement about sexual harassment may be released today
What to watch in Nicaragua's election Sunday
Peace to your heart
Give war a chance: Syrian Army defectors want to strike back at Assad
In defiant gesture, Chinese surge forward to help Ai Weiwei pay tax bill
How to achieve total financial independence
America the Vulnerable
Reader recommendation: Country of the Pointed Firs
Top 7 US technologies China, other nations want to steal
Jerry Seinfeld to co-host 'Live!'