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Monitor Articles for April 19, 2013
Boston Marathon bombing’s dramatic turn: 'Suspect in custody'
Boy Scouts proposal to allow gay youths draws fire from both sides
Immigration reform and Boston bombing: why some make a connection
Immigration reform bill may hang on economic effect of legalizing millions
Texas fertilizer plant tragedy: Fallen firefighters 'showed their dedication'
Stocks edge higher to end turbulent week
Global News Blog
Fundamentalism and the Chechens' fighting history
Provo, the city of 'Silicon Slopes,' named as third Google fiber site
How long does Apple keep Siri user data? Two years.
Will Paraguay's presidential election be a 'return to the past'?
Boy Scouts gay ban: Leaders propose lifting gay ban for youth
Reddit slammed by massive online attack
Senate balks on gun control. Reasons for the division.
Google's Eric Schmidt talks WikiLeaks with founder Julian Assange
The many empty meanings of 'energy security'
In South Africa, lack of white judicial appointments raises eyebrows
A victory for Venezuela's opposition, but presidency still out of reach
The New Economy
IRS to close for five days: this week in the economy
Were motives of Boston bombing suspects embedded in Chechen heritage – or not?
Boston bombing: Media haste makes mistakes
Is Musharraf's arrest a sign of a political shift in Pakistan?
Gun control: Three ways supporters are carrying on the fight
Florist sued again for refusing to provide flowers for gay wedding
How much will replacing coal cost Los Angeles?
Boston Marathon bombing manhunt liveblog: bombing suspect in custody, officials thank public
How stable is Iraq? 13 candidates killed ahead of elections
Volunteer firefighting force decimated in Texas fertilizer plant explosion
Marathon bombing: Manhunt has Boston under lockdown. How long can it last?
Chechen identity looms over Boston Marathon bombing suspects
Former Palestinian prisoners once jailed for murder, now dole out dessert
Boston bombing suspects: What's known about Tsarnaev brothers so far?
London Marathon organizers pledge to keep calm and carry on
American Idol: With time running out, did the judges use their save?
Healing our city
Uncertainty looms as judge suspends genocide trial of former Guatemala dictator
Education and baseball: Performance stats good to know, not whole picture
Terrorism & Security
Pre-election violence rocks Baghdad, capped with cafe bombing today
Could 'microbatteries' revolutionize the electric car?
Paul Giniès turned a failing African university into a world-class problem-solver
Global News Blog
Good Reads: China's 'cyber cage,' millennium goals update, toddlers and tech, space diving
Boston bombing manhunt for suspect No. 2 prompts lockdown; No. 1 killed
Boston bombing suspect killed, suburbs on lockdown amid terror search
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