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Monitor Articles for February 8, 2011
Lindsay Lohan may be heading to jail for grand theft
Shark attacks: researchers say 'fight back'
Can 'Spider-Man' the musical survive a nasty drubbing by critics?
Asia and cyberattacks headline list of growing threats to US, military says
Insider trading crackdown: US alleges scam by hedge fund managers
Republicans vs. Republicans: When are federal budget cuts too deep?
GOP critic calls Joe Biden's $53 billion high-speed rail plan 'insanity'
3D sun images provide early warning of hazardous space weather
Toyota recall investigation: NASA says electronics are not to blame
New jam in US, Pakistan relations: American accused of double murder
NFL lockout: five reasons Super Bowl could be last pro football of 2011
Snow storm routine getting old? No worries, the groundhog got it right.
Amazon Kindle gets real page numbers
Kyocera phones echo Nintendo DS with dual screens
US teen killed in Juárez puts spotlight on Mexico's unsolved murders
Tunnel of Fudge Cake for the people you love
Group for centrist Democrats runs out of money. Does it matter?
In Julian Assange extradition case, spotlight turns on Swedish law
Caught in the Thailand-Cambodia crossfire: Preah Vihear temple
Bestselling books the week of Feb. 10, 2011, according to IndieBound*
Did Saddam Hussein target Donald Rumsfeld's kids? Five surprises from memoir.
Jules Verne on Google: Can you find all the hidden treasures?
Toyota recall investigation reports cars are 'safe'
Confession app for iPhone approved by Catholic Church
Scientists calculate Ghengis Khan's carbon footprint
Obama's plan to win 2012 presidential election takes shape
How to grow and cook asparagus
South Sudanese in the US mull going home to build a nation
South Sudan set to join ranks of five of the world's newest countries
Gold almighty? JP Morgan's a believer
Guardian reporter expelled from Russia in cold war echo
The Monitor's View
Israel's stake in an Egyptian democracy -- now
West Africa Rising: Latin American leaders bolster ties to Africa at World Social Forum
Brace yourself for the food-price bubble
The view of Egypt's protests from the pyramids, with hardly a tourist in sight
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood is a democratic partner, not Islamist threat
Brett Favre a mentor for Heisman winner Cam Newton? Keep the texting to a minimum.
Why Amanda Knox is trying to stop her Lifetime biopic
Rising food prices and the Fed's shady alibi
US reports 20 percent drop in Iraq violence
Five reasons why Arab regimes are falling
Imagine the economy were a pizza parlor
It's official: The Internet just ran out of addresses
Darth Vader vs. Eminem: Did "The Force" fall short in ad war?
Remember paper coupons?
Jules Verne honored with underwater Google Doodle
Paper, it doesn't look so good on paper.
How to make popcorn on the stove
Black History Month: 7 wonderful books for kids
Egypt and the cradle of civilization
Elizabeth Bishop centennial
Huffington deal: 10 ways AOL will change
Freed Google exec Wael Ghonim reenergizes Egyptian protesters
Why Bouazizi burning set Arab world afire
Ford considers hiring more workers. Sales soaring.
US Chamber of Commerce: Obama makes a bargain
Unemployment and labor shortages—at the same time?
Chechen rebel leader Doku Umarov claims responsibility for Moscow airport attack
Southeast Asia embraces China trade, but how's the relationship? It's complicated.
8 questions for Greg Lawrence, author of "Jackie as Editor"
Reader recommendation: The Tenth Parallel
Super Bowl commercials: top ads of Super Bowl 2011 [VIDEO]