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Monitor Archive for September 29, 2004
Bush's latest tax cuts seal legacy
US economy now faces $50-a-barrel oil
Tin cans on wheels go vogue
Task for the debaters
Businesses warm to 'pay or play' healthcare
Despite beheadings and risk, no slowdown in eager workers
In Jeanne's wake, new efforts to prevent 'natural' disasters
Putin's Chechnya options narrow
Reporters on the Job
Baghdad's Green Zone 'island' prepares for rough seas
A Dozen Questions for Bush-Kerry
Debate time: when candidates must think on their feet
What democracy can Putin destroy?
Why is it so hard to talk to kids about money?
Into the forest in search of the wild cèpe
Is anyone ever truly prepared to kill?
Open access vs. donors' influence
A living will may require extra steps to be binding
Justice watch: keeping an eye on the law
Religious ethics clash with loan practices
What are we listening to?
He must find snakes charming
How doth the busy spider improve home and garden
Business & Finance
Keep your head in the clouds
Photos of the day 05/05
Why the new health-care bill may keep affordable care out of reach for some
He’s led a transformation among Roma villagers: crime down, productivity up
In 'After the Storm,' what we see is too often all we get
'Beauty and the Beast' is not a compelling equivalent of the 1991 animated movie
Scientists paint a more nuanced picture of the gorilla genome
Did Exxon Mobil mislead the public about global warming?
Did 'hobbit' people go extinct earlier than we thought?
Desert mangroves: stars of carbon sequestration
Siberian 'unicorn' lived for much longer than we thought