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Monitor Archive for May 16, 2002
A law of their own
A circulating beam of light as a way to time travel
Reporters on the Job
Remains of the cold war melting
Don't Know Much About ...
The rules of justice are different when the court's on campus
Flexibility in nuclear pact creates its own limitations
We come home to the forest
In once-brutal war zone, a model arises
Israel's new West Bank 'border'
Oil melts enmity between Syria and Iraq
Beef tenderloin and a brouhaha
Business & Finance
Show me that again and I'll scream
Rebuilding trust in charity
Cory Booker, standard bearer of the new politics
'Spider-Man' crawls up list of all-time hits
High 'impac' award goes to French novelist
When children feel like parents
A consumer's credo: Use it all
Keeping College Doors Open
Lucas improves 'Star Wars' franchise with 'Clones'
Lunch money dilemmas: M&Ms or meatloaf?
The hut has a life of its own
Rime of the modern mariner
A key race in defining Democrats
Little fights to maintain a big power
Japan's island of longevity
In colleges, a boost for affirmative action