Christian Science Monitor | All Stories Bestselling books the week of 12/8/16, according to IndieBound 2016-12-06T21:21:55.599840Z What's selling best at independent bookstores across America. Florida voters challenge for recount: A call to address election issues? 2016-12-06T21:21:55.560798Z Three Florida voters have sued for a recount of all paper ballots in Florida, adding to growing pressure for change before the 2018 election. French President Hollande names Bernard Cazeneuve as new PM 2016-12-06T21:21:55.514869Z The new pick comes after Manuel Valls, the former prime minister, stepped down to seek the presidency – and possibly save France's Socialist party. Why Trump says he wants to ditch plans for new Air Force One 2016-12-06T20:38:23.899692Z Donald Trump tweeted that Boeing’s contract to build the next Air Force One should be canceled due to its high price tag. Opposing neoliberalism without right-wing populism: A Latin American guide 2016-12-06T20:38:23.863478Z Many observers see the rise in right-wing populism as a backlash against three decades of neoliberalism, but is racist, chauvinistic, nationalism, the only coherent response? Republican elector refuses to vote for Trump 2016-12-06T20:13:47.665515Z Christopher Suprun has appealed to his fellow elector's constitutional duty 'vote their conscience.' As US and Iran knock heads again, Tehran hard-liners feel vindicated 2016-12-06T20:13:47.606129Z The votes in Congress to extend US non-nuclear sanctions against Iran have hard-liners in Tehran fuming. And the Trump team isn’t likely to improve matters. Why this bird donned tiny goggles to fly through lasers 2016-12-06T19:53:32.265416Z A parrot wearing goggles is allowing scientists to trace the patterns its wings make, helping scientists to better understand how birds fly. Why a top Democrat is open to Trump's pick for Pentagon 2016-12-06T19:26:42.003770Z Congress would need to issue a waiver to allow Gen. James Mattis to serve as secretary of Defense, a civilian position. Who should foot the bill for security at Trump Tower? 2016-12-06T19:26:41.983802Z Mayor Bill de Blasio is reportedly sending a $35 million invoice to the White House for the cost of securing Trump Tower up through inauguration day.