The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – December 31, 2012 & January 7, 2013 --  2012: Looking Back, Looking up

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The often-slow arc of good news may not make headlines.  But 2012 brought its share: from extreme poverty dropping by half since 1990 to a robot that may have a role in bring jobs back to the United States. By Jina Moore


INSIDE this week’s Monitor:

  • Global Outlook:  Another ‘new beginning’ for Obama, Muslims
  • Immigration:  Is ‘amesty’ a possibility?
  • On Film:  Our critic’s picks from 2012
  • Newtown: world reacts:  Sympathy, but hard questions about US and guns
  • Fallout from Benghazi
  • US-Russia spat escalates
  • Behind rise in teen pot use

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