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Monitor Articles for December 19, 2011
Kim Jong-il died of heart attack. North Korea mourns for 11 days.
On death row for 30 years, convicted Alabama cop-killer wins another appeal
Concrete rules for investing on Wall Street
Kim Jong-il death sparks hopes of reunification for Korean-Americans
Why John Boehner can still win the tax-cut showdown
How much do you know about Christmas? A quiz
Stocks fall with BoA, banks leading the slide
How much will charity help your tax bill?
What if Ron Paul wins Iowa?
Let it snow with Google
Snowstorm batters Southwest: Holiday travelers brace
Private sector job openings drop
Kim Jong-il dead: Pentagon war game considers worst-case scenario
Readers Write: Republicans can win Hispanic vote; divorcing my bank
HBO makes great TV from books
End to an era at legendary Paris bookshop Shakespeare and Company
'Terra Nova' finishes its season with an explosive finale
'Daughter of Smoke and Bone' film rights acquired by Universal
Killing the Cranes
Fossil find could solve lingering Antarctic dinosaur mystery
Russian Mars probe's fiery reunion with Earth could help re-entry predictions
Did Newt Gingrich peak too early? CNN poll shows him fading
Kim Jong-il's death brings end to era of cruelty, mystery
Barney Frank schools Paul Ryan on the economy
Kim Jong Il: Greatest. Filmmaker. Ever.
Vaclav Havel: Moral beacon and leader of Velvet Revolution
Despite Southwest blizzard, hope of white Christmas fades for much of US
The Monitor's View
A new Kim in North Korea requires even more US deterrence
New Hampshire primary: why the 2012 campaign is different
Saab files for bankruptcy after Chinese deal fails
Kim Jong-il's death: Don't look for swift change in North Korea
E-books get pricey. Will customers go paperback?
iPad with 7-inch screen to debut in 2012: report
Secret US-Taliban talks reach turning point
Typhoon Sendong recovery efforts begin in Philippines
SOPA vote delayed in House
Aquaculture could help feed rising world demand for protein
NASA shuts down space shuttle Discovery for final time
Is America over? Not by a long shot.
Kim Jong-il's death: 4 questions about 'dear successor' Kim Jong-un
Southwest blizzard causing difficult driving conditions
North Korea transition: Markets will shrug it off
Election 101: Where the GOP candidates stand on energy and the environment
How much are you really paying for cable sports?
Vaclav Havel: playwright, poet, president, advocate for 'the individual' (Video)
Top 10 immigration stories for 2011
As US troops exit Iraq, Maliki moves against Sunni rivals
Ron Paul back on top in Iowa, new poll says
Good Reads: Remembrances of Vaclav Havel, Christopher Hitchens, and Kim Jong-il (video)
Gold prices: Could they hit $2,500 in 2012?
Eight ingredients for a peaceful society
Stock market: Fears ease over North Korea
North Korea quickly names 'great successor' after Kim Jong-il's death
Syria signs deal to allow Arab League monitors
Tim Tebow and the courage of conviction
'Dr. Liza' heads a free clinic that helps Moscow's homeless and hopeless
Campaign 2012: Using horse sense to decide
Meatless Monday: A vegan dinner party
Social Security tax break in jeopardy. Again.
Kim Jong-il dies: Will his son replace him as leader of North Korea?
Washington's relationship with Ankara amid a "Turkish-American spring"