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Monitor Articles for December 31, 2012
Protesters march for women's safety in India on New Year's Eve
Dancing troupe of middle-class taxpayers: Obama's 'fiscal cliff' trump card?
'Dairy cliff'? Milk prices poised to spike unless Congress acts.
'Fiscal cliff' no more? Americans vote to banish the term, at least.
The Monitor's View
For journalists and Internet, 2013 must not repeat 2012
A Week 17 NFL quiz
Carbon-fiber wheels: a promising technology?
Stir It Up!
Black-eyed pea and cornbread skillet
Happy new year, Cairo?
Readers Write: Obamacare should keep religious exemption narrow. What has Obama done for Palestinians?
Obama, Hillary Clinton top Gallup's most admired: Who else is on the list?
In 2013, nothing more important than protecting hopes for democracy
Sports in 2012: here are some Monitor highlights
Restoring US native prairies, acre by acre, yard by yard
Hillary Clinton hospitalized: Tough end to successful 2012? (+video)
The Simple Dollar
Selective memory and your wallet
How much do you know about US entitlement programs? Take our quiz.
Senate report faults State Department in Benghazi attack
Food price outlook: Will Buffalo wings break your budget in 2013?
Stir It Up!
Easy appetizer: stuffed endives (+ video)
Egypt's opposition still hopeful, despite many defeats
'Fiscal cliff': How far apart are the sides now on tax cut deal?
New Year's resolution: Stop drunk driving with ignition locks
Market struggles for direction as 'fiscal cliff' nears
Latin America Monitor
On cusp of new year, Chavez's health keeps Venezuleans fixated on future
Why we need a better corporate income tax
The world begins celebrating 2013
Obama's pivot to Asia? Middle East will still demand attention in 2013.
9 chats with top true-crime authors
Terrorism & Security
UN envoy: Without deal in Syria, think Somalia not Yugoslavia
The World Until Yesterday
French court strikes down tax on rich, but it won't save France
Despite looming 'fiscal cliff,' world markets calm
Love impels progress