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Monitor Articles for February 10, 2011
High-speed wireless access for entire US will spark innovation, Obama says
Watching unrest in Egypt, US Jews voice many concerns, some hopes
New York Stock Exchange poised to become German-owned
The Donald and Sarah Palin hair: a CPAC carnival of conservatism
Fresh conviction in Abramoff scandal: aide traded favors for World Series trip
Report: Chinese hackers targeted big oil companies, stole data
In Egypt's Tahrir Square, celebration grinds to a halt with Mubarak's speech
Egypt crisis: What role will Omar Suleiman play?
Among Obama's tough budget cuts: money to help needy pay for heat
10 perfect books for Valentine's Day gifts
New Verizon iPhone? Download these free apps right away.
No. 1 priority for US security: domestic terrorism, threat report says
X-Men: First Class trailer debuts on Facebook
Donald Trump says he might run for president. Three reasons he won't.
iPad 2? Old news. iPad 3 could arrive this year.
Will the pessimism bubble burst soon?
Why is Patriot Act under fire if homegrown terror threat is rising?
Rebellion in GOP ranks: How Boehner lost control of the House this week
Even in Canada, rise in home prices is slowing
Hosni Mubarak will stay but transferring some power to vice president
Interest rates: Bank of England holds steady
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Janet Napolitano questioned over airline stowaway on Capitol Hill
Ghana says second-hand clothes are no longer good enough
Egyptian protesters in Tahrir split on whether Mubarak’s exit would be enough
Spend, save, or give away tax cut money?
Sen. Jon Kyl retirement sets off two races: one in Arizona, another in D.C.
Five tips for getting the most out of flower shows
Video: US challenge in Egypt is to guide 'amorphous mass' toward a process
Home prices: Where's the market headed?
Shaking up 2012: US senators who aren't running for reelection
'Job-killing' rhetoric is a distraction
Will US support a military-backed Mubarak exit?
On South Sudan's nation-building list: Curb horrendous maternal mortality rates
Verizon iPhone: The phone to buy when all else fails?
In Mississippi, snow-plowing tractors no match for latest winter storm
Is Mubarak out? Is Suleiman in? Is this a military coup?
Scientists discover how to make squids go completely berserk
What Egypt can learn from South Korea
Video: Don't be self-righteous on Egypt, Brzezinski cautions US
India and Pakistan say they're ready to talk. How's the timing?
Cellphones helping minorities close gap on Internet access?
Hosni Mubarak's exit plan: Where do exiled leaders go?
Think you know Asia? Take our geography quiz.
Jobless claims fall, but 9.3 million still on dole
Jordan's new cabinet looks oddly familiar
Mubarak may soon step down, but Egypt's protesters need a leader and plan -- quickly
Rising global food prices squeeze the world's poor
Strong signs that Egypt's Hosni Mubarak will step down tonight
Teen suicide bomber helps Pakistani Taliban reaffirm potency
Would today's tea party have opposed the US Constitution?
Delay in trial of Indonesian cleric Bashir raises worry about antiterrorism efforts
David R. Francis
Fed basher Ron Paul should focus on outcome, not process
Some jobless don't look for jobs. They start a business.
Mexico drug war an 'insurgency'? US official's gaffe sparks US-Mexico row.
Peanut butter whoopie pies
5 signs that e-books are here to stay
North Korea's push-me, pull-you strategy
Pirates seize oil tankers, putting oil supply routes at risk
Where love and discipline meet
American Idol in San Francisco: Why you should watch James Durbin and Emily Anne Reed
Israel-Egypt trade links may help limit any rupture in ties
Interview with Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, author of "36 Arguments for the Existence of God"
Reader recommendation: An Irish Country Courtship
Elvis Presley Enterprises continues to sue long after Elvis has left the building