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Monitor Archive for December 30, 2004
Swinging on Christo's 'Gates'
For recovering addicts, a holiday hurdle
How the 2005 economy could affect Bush's big plans
Tourists stranded after tsunami
Vuillard's art offered a candid look at domestic life
How five newcomers could change Senate
Should you call in sick if you aren't?
Business & Finance
On troubled road, Iraqi cyclists get a little help
Use tax refunds to help Americans save
A momentous election for Iraq, and beyond
Pain Relief - without risk
Reporters on the Job
How red tape can clog a river's recovery
When hiking in the dark, lessons in 'trail Braille'
Ripple effects of Indonesia's geological events
When Global Hearts Open
Think you can't afford college in 2005? Think again, experts urge
How safe is the water?
An emerging philanthropic trend: the 'giving circle'
I strive to be a good roommate - to myself
In Iraq, a clear-cut bin Laden-Zarqawi alliance
Fresh push to coordinate tsunami aid
Forget OPEC. The next cartel may export drinking water.
Honk! The quiet progress of Iraq.
Finally, the world's drinking glass is more than half full