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Monitor Articles for October 3, 2008
AIDS orphan copes without his sister
The challenge of raising teens in AIDS-ravaged South Africa
Brazil's worst logger: the government?
Nations eye India's vast nuclear market
In Georgia, refugees wait for promised US aid
After war, Russia's influence expands
An uncertain future for the Sons of Iraq
Putin: Ukraine gave military aid to Georgia in war with Russia
Reporters on the Job
Palin rebounds in debate – but is it too late?
Palin offers up "First Dude" to save Michigan
No gaffes in last night's debate? Darn right!
Palin, Biden both liars say Obama, McCain
India nuclear deal: big step on long road
Ahead at Supreme Court: big cases, no blockbusters
Letters to the Editor
Fund the fight against global poverty
Dare I believe Obama can win?
The Monitor's View
Crisis rippling into economy
Big job losses point to consumer woes ahead
Emergency summit in Paris to focus on a pan-European response to credit crisis
What does Palin believe causes climate change?
‘Smart’ cars: How green? How safe?
Brazil’s worst logger: the government?
How white roofs shine bright green
Horizon highlights – Blogging for profit, more 3-D movies, recycling PCs
Facebooking the Palin-Biden debate
The world's best-paid writers
Lonesome for Bears
Kids still love books (no matter what you've heard to the contrary)
Why I am not a handyman
Let’s bailout Wall Street, Main Street ... and Podhurst Lane?
The white/nonwhite divide
Karsh’s art – iconic yet intimate
Books about new architecture and design that stretch the imagination
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
Over the hedge: From milk can to masterpiece
Fans of the USA, and other notes from the 'phile' files
When milk arrived on the doorstep
What are the best nurseries?
Fall mushroom festivals, hunts, and dinners