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Brooksie's booboo! Has Murdoch tabloid gone too far?
After $35 million sale, MySpace is now an advertiser's space
Mark Zuckerberg, other digital execs discuss regulation of the Internet at e-G8
iPad newspaper arrives Wednesday. Can it survive?
David Cameron's spin doctor Andy Coulson quits over phone hacking scandal
MySpace lays off 500 employees. Is the race against Facebook lost forever?
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange issues threat and complains about ... leaks
We should applaud when America is no longer exceptional in the world
America's brewing political storm
Can Fox News be 'fair and balanced' if News Corp. gives to Republicans?
As Palin and Beck rise on the right, where is the left's answer?
The Blaze: reviews are in on new Glenn Beck website
The end of the free Internet?
Apple iPad edition of Wall Street Journal could cost $18 a month
Oprah's rise, and the fall of network news
Rupert Murdoch's tabloid The Sun celebrates 40-years following his lead
Rupert Murdoch: Get lost, Google
My Paper Chase
The Fox News war: What's the upside for Obama?
Murdoch: Time for search engines to pay
Britain's Cameron – prime minister-in-waiting?
Dow Jones chief: Google a 'digital vampire'
A Google newspaper? Dream on, says CEO.
Murdoch: No more free lunch, and no Kindle love
The Kindle’s assault on academia
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Bernanke lets Wall Street down easy: Stimulus to end, but not yet
China puts up a green wall to US trash
George Zimmerman trial: Second Amendment bubbles beneath jury selection
Obama pushes big cut in nuclear weapons. Is that a good idea?
Obamacare behind schedule as Oct. 1 rollout nears
Life is good for Germany's economy. But is it good for Germans?
Global News Blog
A year in asylum, Assange digs in for the long haul
Ireland forever: images of the emerald isle
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Talking with the enemy: Obama, Taliban negotiate Afghanistan's future
Monitor Political Cartoons
Ocean's little fish are a big deal (+video)
School prayer: 50 years after the ban, God and faith more present than ever
Pet food recall: Sweeping recall affects food for cats, dogs, and ferrets
Terrorism & Security
Bagram Air Base attack: Four US soldiers killed as US seeks talks with Taliban
Watermelon Oreos: The public weighs in on social media
Al Qaeda-allied suicide team blasts UN compound in Mogadishu
Cambodian lost city not so lost after all
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