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Monitor Articles for November 15, 2013

Michigan shooting: Reasonable self-defense or second-degree murder? (+video)
USA Update Fewer US teens using tobacco, but e-cigarettes' appeal on the rise
Global News Blog By the numbers: Typhoon Haiyan's human toll, property damage, and aid pledges.
Decoder Buzz House votes to reinstate insurance plans. Will such fixes sink Obamacare?
Ambassador Caroline Kennedy lands in Japan. Could the timing be more perfect?
Culture Cafe Maksim Chmerkovskiy will return to 'Dancing With The Stars'... as a guest judge
Four Americans and their brushes with Obamacare
Horizons Google Play Music finally makes appearance on the Apple iPhone
Unlock phones or we'll unlock them for you, FCC chair tells carriers
PlayStation 4: Launch game review round-up
Do migrants to Europe know what they're getting into?
Sandy Hook: Nearly a year on, groups seek positive legacy from tragedy
Pilot: Passenger fell from plane into ocean
The Hired Man
Chapter & Verse New Italian TV show is 'American Idol' for authors
Unmanned Aircraft Systems in US skies: Early steps forward (Sponsor content)
'12 Years A Slave' actor Chiwetel Ejiofor discusses his leading turn in the historical drama
Monitor Breakfast 2014 all about Obamacare, even if government shuts down, key Republican says
Phone camera vs. full camera: Which is a better deal?
China eases one-child policy. Why now?
Scientists discover world's oldest clam, killing it in the process
Venezuela's regional energy program Petrocaribe wobbles
Global News Blog Aid continues pouring to coastal cities stricken by Typhoon Haiyan
Could France's National Front gain a foothold in moderate Brittany?
Toronto's Rob Ford, stripped of mayor powers, turns to TV for solace
Taylor Swift, Bon Jovi triumph at the Billboard Touring Awards
Chapter & Verse 'The Nazi and the Psychiatrist' author Jack El-Hai discusses a fascinating and appalling 'meeting of minds'
Decoder Buzz New JFK assassination poll: Most say Oswald did not act alone (+video)
Modern Parenthood C.S. Lewis: Even 50 years after death, his work deeply inspires
Iran slows nuclear work as clock ticks on deal
Modern Parenthood Is 'zero tolerance' bad for education?
Chapter & Verse Indies First movement turns hundreds of authors into booksellers
The fate of Pussy Riot or a corrupt official? Putin decides
Chapter & Verse 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author E.L. James 'terrified' of the movie
'Aftermath' stages its Holocaust tale like a horror movie
'Nebraska,' directed by Alexander Payne, veers into caricature
Should the Dutch keep Santa's popular blackfaced pal, Black Pete?
Olive Press Why Auschwitz survivor frowns at Israeli plan to teach Holocaust to 1st graders
Modern Parenthood My kids are not the center of my world.
Showers of blessings
Africa Monitor Zimbabwe: Mr. Mugabe's seven steps to successful election rigging
Learn to teach an old dog new tricks
Global Viewpoint America's global stature is slipping. But that might not be a bad thing.
Gambia breaks relations with surprised Taiwan
Change Agent Pen pal program helps Chinese youths affected by AIDS
Terrorism & Security Commonwealth Summit: Can it 'shine light' on abuses at end of Sri Lanka civil war?
Difference Maker A young Muslim defends Jews and others targeted by hate crimes
Stir It Up! Ginger cranberry scones
Top Picks: 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' on DVD and Blu-ray, an opportunity to save a turkey, and more