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Monitor Content for September 14, 2013
Why Syrian opposition group elected new PM
Ceasefire shattered as fighting intensifies in Philippines
US-Russia deal: Timeline for destroying Syria's chemical weapons
Hurricane Ingrid and tropical storm Manuel target Mexico
Drudge hates new shield bill, but is defining 'journalist' really 'fascist'?
Why George Zimmerman is still in media spotlight
Ohio bus crash: Did driver fall asleep?
NPR buyouts: A 10-percent staff cut to reduce deficit
Greyhound bus crash: Medical problem or driver drowsiness?
US-Russia Syria deal: Challenges to controlling Assad’s chemical weapons
Pundits, politicians weigh in on Syria chemical weapons deal
Gulf’s $1.5 trillion oil wildcat play marks post-spill drilling 'renaissance'
Colorado floodwaters cover area the size of Connecticut
Pia Zadora ordered into alcohol, anger management rehab
iPhone 5s: How to set up fingerprint scanner aka 'Touch ID'
iPhone 5s: The T-Mobile pricing plan for Apple (AAPL) iPhone
Baby elephant cries for 5 hours. Is Mom rejection unusual?
Colorado floods predicted by scientists
Can anyone break Russia's hold on Europe's gas?
How to buy a suit online
Piggly Wiggly stores sold: 29 go to Bi-Lo, Harris Teeter
NPR buyouts offered to close $6.1 million deficit
$10 minimum wage in California. Right timing?
Could Google buy Tesla? Should it?
Factory farming backlash spurs more choice – and a little chaos
Chapter & Verse
'Breaking Bad': Is a Shelley reference a hint about future plot developments?
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