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Monitor Archive for August 13, 2007
Credit crisis has Main Street watching Wall Street
US terror interrogation went too far, experts say
Europe's youth take complex view of US
Will California alter '08 race?
Iowa straw vote shows GOP race still wide open
With coal boom, more miner risks
Trouble grows in Iraq's Shiite south
Reporters on the Job
A law that's uncooked books
Letters to the Editor
How to make peace using the principles of war
Not the South Korea we thought we knew
Karzai, Musharraf try to reconcile at 'peace jirga'
Could red-hot foreign markets burn out?
Wanted: nonprofit leaders
A Week's Worth: Quick takes on the world of work and money
Hope unfurls its wings
A grandmother's love lives on – through a quilt
Remembering poet Sekou Sundiata
When a US soldier in Iraq won't soldier
At massive rally, Hizb ut-Tahrir calls for a global Muslim state
Photos of the day 05/05
Why the new health-care bill may keep affordable care out of reach for some
How a forlorn playground became one of America’s most innovative public spaces
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