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WikiLeaks reports on Afghanistan: Do they hurt US national security?
WikiLeaks shocker? In Kabul, Pakistan support for Taliban is no surprise
Julian Assange: the hacker who created WikiLeaks
Tim Pawlenty: WikiLeaks should not change Afghanistan plans
WikiLeaks report fictitious, says Pakistan's ex-spy chief Hamid Gul
The Monitor's View
Wikileaks report of war logs about Afghanistan show why Obama must be on offensive
WikiLeaks report harms national security in Afghanistan, says White House
WikiLeaks case: Army charges soldier in release of Iraq cockpit video
Cases of WikiLeaks and other leaks: Worth prosecuting?
Soldier arrested in WikiLeaks classified Iraq video case
Video of Iraqi journalists' killings: Is WikiLeaks a security threat?
Anonymous activists gaining strength online
Gossip sites push Web 'anonymity' to fore
Letters to the Editor
Close of Wikileaks website raises free speech concerns
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Has Obama tightened US drone strike policy, or not?
Dave Valle plays on a new field: microloans that help to end poverty
Global News Blog
Frustration and mirth as the EU almost bans olive oil bottles from its restaurants
Are Woolwich suspects' beliefs about 'war on Islam' widely held?
A tussle in China over the Communist Party bowing to the Constitution
Mormon makes bid to lead Muslim-majority Mali out of post-war chaos
Obama vows again to close Guantánamo: What are the sticking points?
Facing the devastation of the Oklahoma tornadoes
May 24, 2013
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Obama reaches for moral high ground on drones, Gitmo
Monitor Political Cartoons
Time for food aid reform that helps hungry countries – and the US
South Korea: The little dynamo that sneaked up on the world
Trayvon Martin texts, photos: Might they change Zimmerman trial?
Meet the Wisconsin teen behind today's Doodle 4 Google (+video)
40 iPhone tips and tricks everyone should know
World's largest LEGO sculpture? 'Star Wars' X-wing fighter in Times Square.
Immigration reform is stuck in House, but 'gang' is resolute
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