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Monitor Articles for November 11, 2013
Typhoon Haiyan: how you can help – and how some US Filipinos already are (+video)
New Colorado? Rural voters approve secession idea.
Pope to US bishops: Live simply and emphasize compassion over politics
Splashdown! Falling GOCE satellite lands in the Atlantic
US energy future is a risk management problem
Narrow tax hikes win support on election day 2013
Record number of international students: where they're from, where they study
Potential Iran nuclear deal: what John Kerry faces in convincing Congress (+video)
Political pragmatism amid inequality in America
USPS-Amazon deliveries... on Sunday!?
Trader Joe's supplier recalls salads, sandwiches
How are Veterans Day and Memorial Day different? (+video)
The Monitor's View
A Philippines at the ready for typhoons
Veterans Day 2013: Why energy jobs are good fit for vets
What's causing Nigeria's oil spills?
More Iraq, Afghanistan vets going from service member to member of Congress
The Simple Dollar
Life on Ramen: Bad diet, good personal finance?
Latin America Monitor
Dipping 'pura vida'? Costa Ricans show lack of enthusiasm in run-up to February elections
JFK assassination: President Kennedy's last Veterans Day
Terrorism & Security
What Haqqani leader's killing means for Afghanistan and Pakistan
Tacloban: Aid remains elusive in Philippine city devastated by typhoon
French exceptionalism? Why France scuttled Iran nuclear agreement.
Global News Blog
Good Reads: From innovation, to Nigeria’s terrorist struggle, to hot peppers
Health insurance confusion may give Republicans a boost
Mobile banking without a phone: Here comes the bank van
Bahamas plane crash: 4 Americans killed, say police
Downton Abbey: US viewers have at least two more seasons to come
Days of God
Why Arab presidents and princes are pledging millions to Philippines in typhoon Haiyan aid (+video)
Stir It Up!
Stuffed eggplant, inspired by Henri Matisse
Readers Write: Less population growth means more water; More to 'Heart of Darkness'; Partisanship kills progress