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Monitor Articles for June 8, 2011
Online advertising cluttering online TV
Oil drilling: ExxonMobil's big discovery in Gulf
If Rep. Weiner stays in Congress, will he become irrelevant?
Casey Anthony trial: Internet searches for 'chloroform' take center stage
Debit card fees: Will shoppers benefit from new cap?
Texas mass grave hoax: Do police actually hire psychics?
Report: US aid could be destabilizing Afghanistan in the long term
Solar flare? Yes, but tonight's northern lights have a more spectacular cause.
Téa Obreht wins the Orange Prize for "The Tiger's Wife"
Happy IPv6 Day! How Internet traffic will soon change forever.
How Estonians became pioneering cyberdefenders
Peanut butter fudge bars
Stocks end lower for sixth straight session
PC is dead. Cloud computing, mobile devices taking over.
Leaked document casts doubt on impartiality of Khmer Rouge judges
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Turkey election: Beware one-party rule
Muslim Brotherhood officially enters Egyptian politics
Why Russia might veto a UN resolution to condemn Syria crackdown
Afghans concur with Congress that aid money is often misspent
Grow your own cut flowers in Southern California
If Canada's so strong, why isn't it buying more US goods?
Michelle Obama to appear on 'iCarly': Will she get to eat spaghetti tacos?
Sex scandals in Congress: What Rep. Weiner's 'sexting' adds to the literature
To DNC's Wasserman Shultz, Republicans' record is 'antiwoman'
Who needs a Nobel Laureate when we have Google?
Why Mormonism might not be a problem for Mitt Romney
Sanctions for Syria. But in Bahrain, it's bring on the Grand Prix!
NBA Finals: Mavericks, with yet another dramatic comeback, even series with Heat
Obama pushes job training initiatives to boost US manufacturing
Early Hitler letter on Jews unveiled in NYC
After Osama bin Laden raid, hopes dim for more civilian control of Pakistan military
Ann Curry perseverance pays off at 'Today' show
New US-Russia arms race? Battle lines grow over missile defense.
Francis Fukuyama: Democracy still rules. But will US catch up in a changing world?
Titanic II embarks on maiden voyage, lives up to its name
Syrians flee to Turkey, fearing retribution
Mexico peace tour: Visit spurs Durango residents to venture outside
Debit card fees: Senate discusses limiting swipe costs to stores
China's new independents tap social media to challenge Communist party
Amazon as publisher: What does it mean?
Democrats' revenge in 2012: a radical Illinois gerrymander
The Man in the Rockefeller Suit
South Korean soccer league in crisis amid match-fixing scandal
Barbie protest: Is doll destroying rain forests?
Volunteering: the positives of serving others
Health-care battle: A third US appeals court weighs law's constitutionality
If Syria's ambassador to France didn't resign on TV, who did?
Chilled soup: green garlic vichyssoise
Yemen's Saleh could be away for months, complicating transition plans
India tries cash incentives to save its girls
Partridgeberry: A native evergreen ground cover
Wii U, the new Nintendo console, reinvents the controller