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Monitor Archive for July 20, 2005
Rapid pace of home-building slows down
Where's the real Surf City, USA?
In Sudan, cautious hope for peace
Mass in Mexico takes African twist
Who will be left to govern San Diego?
Raise your right hand and swear to tell the truth ... on the Koran?
Why US is shifting nuclear stand with India
Al From and Bruce Reed
Why was Britain targeted?
Reporters on the Job
Thai rebel tactic: divide the faiths
A family 'rides out' Emily
At Last, Drop the Puck
Abbas Needs Backup
Iran's mujahideen: a role?
Kids and the Internet - it's a good thing
Once it was a ruin. Now it's a beautiful garden.
Saving 'stuff' 101
Mixed signals on the virtue of courage
A police station of their own
Justice watch: Keeping an eye on the law.
Since God is Love ...
Say something nice
I wasn't ready to go, but Mom was ready to take me
The beautiful symmetry of stacked wood
Business & Finance
All the news that's fit to be digitized
47 moons and counting: a space update
After Emily: Cancún beaches open for business
Photos of the day 04/28
Southwest Airlines says 'no' to overbooking flights: Will more airlines follow?
She re-created a medieval trail in Germany, drawing thousands of hikers
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