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Monitor Archive for October 18, 2007
A Chinese village takes a stand against graft
How 'genocide' vote lost steam
John McCain: keeping faith, on his own terms
Pocketbook pinch ahead – if soaring oil prices stay high
Room for compromise on child-health bill
The buzz on Gore's Nobel Peace Prize
Reporters on the Job
Russia, Iran harden against West
Mexico City borrows ideas from Paris
Must taxpayers pay for primaries?
Letters to the Editor about global warming
Letters to the Editor
Government plans don't work.
How can you predict global warming if you can't predict rain?
Domestic violence survivors move out of abusive relationships and into school
On the horizon: news from the frontiers of science
Thanks to Bob, a boy's first haircut is special
Kids' quiz: Within arm's reach
A hairy story
Gil Garcetti prosecutes a new cause – shooting photos that make a difference
US attorney general candidate rejects torture, vows independence
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