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Monitor Archive for December 4, 2007
Hugo Chávez suffers a blow to his 'revolution'
Adroit online, Ron Paul backers hit the streets of N.H.
Dollar slips, euro gains credibility as viable rival
U.S. organizing an adjustable-rate freeze
Hugo Chávez suffers a blow to his 'revolution': reforms defeated in election
How hard can judges crack down on bias?
Does U.S. tolerate anti-Muslim speech?
U.S. military more open to gays serving openly
Reporters on the Job
An expanding EU confronts nuclear proliferation
United Russia wins, Putin sees 'moral mandate' in vote
A Muslim-Christian handshake
Letters to the Editor
Why China cracked down on my nonprofit
The 2007 books we liked best: fiction
The 2007 books we liked best: nonfiction
What we liked best: history
The 2007 books we liked best: memoirs
The 2007 books we liked best: biography
The 2007 books we liked best: thrillers
What we liked best: short stories and essays
A chaplain's ministry of presence
Nuts about English walnuts
Military chaplains: Prayer and humor hold a combat trauma unit together in Afghanistan
Mandela shines brightly at all-star AIDS concert
'Botnet' sting nets U.S., New Zealand cyber-criminals
Sudan's president pardons 'teddy bear' teacher
Audio: In Bali talks, a cheer for Australia
Suicide bomber targets NATO troops in Kabul
Photos of the day 04/28
Trump says China pressuring North Korea on missile, nukes
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