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Monitor Archive for December 14, 2007

White House integrity
New genre of literature hits bookstores – the 'Conditional Confession'
Writers' other creative outlet: art
New on DVD: 'The Bourne Ultimatum' and 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix'
New genre of literature hits bookstores – the 'Conditional Confession'
Internet initiatives make everyone a philanthropist
USA
From southern Afghanistan's voiceless women come 1,000 prayers for peace
Tubegazing
Mitchell steroids report stirs swift response
Etc.
In Russia, post-Putin is Putin
The art of Map Fest
Egypt and Saudi Arabia make new overtures to Iran
Jury Deadlock Ends Terror Trial in Miami
New in theaters
How Iran's president is being undercut
Sopping up South Korea's worst oil spill
Love your suburban neighbor
'Juno' offers pregnant pauses and much laughter
World
In Japan, denial over Nanjing still holds sway after 70 years
Into It: Bob McGrath
In Bali, new incentive for developing nations to curb emissions
Monitor picks
'World Without End': merely a doorstop, it ain't
Letters to the Editor
'Comfort' at home and on horseback
Mitchell report could spark move to rid baseball of steroids
Algeria bombing prompts question: Can Al Qaeda spread across North Africa?
In 'Legend,' it's one man (and his dog) vs. zombies
Navigating slippery slopes
Wanted: pen, plain old paper, imagination
Nevada, now early in '08 calendar, needs Caucus 101
This nonprofit gives away used lawns
Senate energy bill: first skirmish over US greenhouse-gas regulation
Reporters on the Job
Crunch time for L.A.'s Villaraigosa
China commemorates Nanjing Massacre with quiet nod