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Monitor Articles for December 9, 2008
Last-minute shift could jeopardize Congo peace talks
Mexico braces for fallout from Detroit
Will North Korea cut a nuclear deal before Obama arrives?
Pakistan on tightrope with militant raid
Does Hebron clash signal new round of settler revolts?
Five Blackwater guards to face Washington jury on Baghdad manslaughter charges
Reporters on the Job
Efforts to sell Obama’s Senate seat part of a “political corruption crime spree”
Feds arrest Illinois governor for corruption
Senator Larry Craig loses airport bathroom misconduct appeal
Illinois Governor accused of trying to sell Obama’s Senate seat
In 9/11 suspects' bid to confess, a blow to US tribunal system
Was the New Deal too small?
Who's at fault for harsh antiterror tactics?
Bigger US role battling genocide?
Letters to the Editor
The dangers of Obama's public-works juggernaut
The debt we owe Iraqi interpreters
The Monitor's View
Obama's dependence on China
Obama, Gore talk climate
Should we nationalize the Big Three?
In New Mexico canyon, a novel way to prevent roadkill
Learn Googlese in 10 easy steps
Video games grow up
The GPS as dashboard snitch
Seen Behind the Scene
Where Rivers Change Direction
Everybody loves the digital library – maybe too much
Straight from YouTube to book
The League of Mars-bound Gentlemen
Matchbox museum offers small view of big history
Singles forge new holiday traditions
For kids: A creative and cool class gift
A dog's-eye view of December
A psalm for all seasons
The 12 days of Christmas plants -- cyclamen
Tending to topiary