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Monitor Articles for September 30, 2011
Paramedic: Dr. Murray's report on Michael Jackson didn't add up
Listeria outbreak: Victims file lawsuits, but will they receive damages?
Terry Francona was no longer the right fit for these Red Sox
Taxes and energy policy
Al Qaeda drone attacks on US? Soon it won't be so far-fetched.
Stock market: worst quarter since 2008
Ice Cream Sandwich, Jaunty Jackalope, and other bizarre code names
Herman Cain's '999 plan': long overdue tax reform or job killer?
E-book errors in Neal Stephenson's 'Reamde' annoy Kindle users
Stephen Colbert vs. Karl Rove: Who's better at 'money laundering'?
Did Florida just quash a possible Chris Christie campaign?
The Monitor's Weekly News Quiz for Sept. 25-30, 2011
Pakistan's military and legislators plan peace talks with Taliban
'Magic School Bus' series celebrates its 25th anniversary
Anwar al-Awlaki strike: why it's important, but not a death-blow for Al Qaeda
The lion within
Baseball playoffs 2011 begin with AL divisional games Friday
Debit card fee at Bank of America is only the latest
Limiting itemized deductions for the rich will hurt soup kitchens?
Claire Danes in 'Homeland': The Futon Critic first look
Jones Beach, Early Autumn
'50/50' cast discusses new comedy in roundtable
Boeing drug bust shows alarming spread of prescription pill epidemic
Gov. Mitch Daniels on Obama 'obsession' with taxing rich: wrong place to look
Seat warmer: Russia's Medvedev stepping aside for 'more popular' Putin
Why dictators now face civilian revolt, from Syria to Swaziland
Amanda Knox trial closes, but doubt over Italian prosecution, media's role remain
How Neo got his juice: Do you know your sci-fi energy?
Morally indefensible budget cuts
The Monitor's View
Pastors who play politics from the pulpit
El Bulli: movie review
Baseball playoffs: the ultimate fan quiz
Ron Paul's faves: Grover Cleveland, 'freedom movement,' not the Fed
Tahrir activist's imprisonment shows Egypt is still not free
Hundreds of Congo's registered voters may be fake
Mahmoud Abbas: 'Of whom should I be afraid?'
Chris Christie electability: Would his girth be a campaign issue?
Scarlett Johansson cellphone pictures aren't all that smart phone hackers are after
The state of democracy a year after Ecuador's coup
5 Simple rules to protect yourself against phone hacking
Michael Shannon stars in 'Take Shelter': movie review
Cash will get more valuable
Anna Paquin, Matt Damon star in 'Margaret': movie review
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen in 50/50: movie review
Young Palestinian sows seeds of peace where peace seems impossible
Stanford's Institute of Design: School for world changers
Walter Payton abused painkillers, had affairs, claims new biography
Peru becomes gastronomic destination
Hope for Afghanistan – with its new generation of law students
Lettuce recall: latest sign of listeria
Bill O'Reilly writes a thriller-style book on the Lincoln assassination
Obama's Cold War with Cuba: the fuel Fidel needed
AU forces in Somalia get 3,000-troop boost
River of Smoke
Unemployment benefits applications fall but joblessness remains high
Baseball’s Roger Maris: the slugger who surpassed the Babe
Bill Clinton marks 20th anniversary of presidential bid this weekend
Herman Cain: Five signs that Cain's got momentum
Debit card fees: Why Bank of America will charge $5 for debit card use
The advantage of starting a business young
A pair of killer true-crime books
Top Picks: New Tony Bennett CD, social media scorecard, PBS' Prohibition documentary and more
Hugo Chávez tries to silence health rumors with his usual flair
Rick Perry slips on immigration banana
Defecting Syria soldiers join ranks with protesters
Good Reads: Model-Plane Bomber, Mass Graves in Kashmir, and Occupy Wall Street
Relationships and happiness
Alabama immigration law leaves schools gripped by uncertainty
Anwar al-Awlaki dead: what it means for US, Yemen
Pay off school loans, or build up savings?
Ghosts by Daylight
Reader recommendation: The White Mouse
Gears of War 3 tops 3 million sales in one week