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Why everyone wants Google's high-speed Internet access
Amid harsh criticisms, 'tea party' slips into the mainstream
Top five online 'Easter eggs'
A Christian Science Perspective
Stand up to bullies
Planned Sarah Palin CSU speech stirs California protest
Top five online April Fools' pranks
Facebook bug reveals scores of private email addresses
Stumping for McCain, Sarah Palin dials back the gun rhetoric
The New Economy
After Arrow Trucking shutdown, stranded truckers get home via Facebook
Her career rising, Palin now gives McCain a boost
Healthcare reform's politics of anger: GOP fights back
Online friends can be lifelines for the unemployed
Dubai assassination puts tough-talking cop Dahi Khalfan Tamim in spotlight
HTC EVO 4G brings serious firepower to Sprint line
In Yemen, women protest delay on child marriage ban
Ciudad Juárez mobilizes to protect children from Mexico drug war
Kodak Theater HD Player review roundup
Trouble brewing between the Tea Party movement and the GOP?
Talk to the Editor: Let's plant the garden
What a Google China exit would mean
Doh! Your new friend on Facebook might be the FBI.
Photoshop and Facebook, Victorian-style
Facebook more popular than Google? For one week, it hit first place.
Katie Spotz becomes youngest person to row across Atlantic Ocean
To win the war in Afghanistan, the US military has to beat the Taliban at the propaganda game
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Target data theft: worrying sign of cyber thieves' sophistication
Global News Blog
India and US: Nanny furor highlights ugly things about both sides (+video)
Why is India so angry over nanny dispute? (+video)
Did China steal US corn? Six charged with digging up bioengineered seed.
What Max Baucus would bring to post of China ambassador
Senators, defying White House, push a new Iran sanctions bill
What does the future hold for Russia's Khodorkovsky? (+video)
Healing a community: the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings
Photos of the Day
Photos of the day 12/19
The Monitor's View
New rules for NSA spying: Protect the presumption of innocence
Monitor Political Cartoons
The upside of a Boston snowstorm: meeting your neighbors
7 days in Iran
'Pajama Boy' on Obamacare: Will Millennials hear a grownup in a onesie? (+video)
Phil Robertson: Why Louisiana governor rides to Duck Dynasty defense (+video)
So a cyber Grinch stole your card at Target? Here's what to do. (+video)
After subway fall, Cecil Williams will keep his guide dog, thanks to donors (+video)
Texas judge pressured to give 'affluenza' teen drunk driver jail time (+video)
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