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Monitor Articles for April 4, 2008
Mugabe launches crackdown ahead of runoff vote
New push to free Ingrid from FARC rebels
Critics say activist's sentence part of China's pre-Olympics crackdown
Turkish case revives secular vs. Islam debate
U.S., Europe gulf opens at NATO summit
Bush-Putin summit in Sochi signals new tone.
New Zawahiri tape suggests Al Qaeda PR shift
Reporters on the Job
Clinton down, but not out of running
Abigail Breslin of 'Little Miss Sunshine' should run for president
One man's plan to use dog hair to solve the energy crisis
Back from Iraq, veteran finds charity work, maybe politics
A good grade for Teach for America
U.S. student writing gets a bit better
Letters to the Editor
Reclaim your life: 'Offchore' your work to a Bangalore butler
Mind your civility footprint
The Monitor's View
REAL ID, real resistance
Behind the Senate deal on housing relief
Harry Potter’s cloak needs eyeholes
At Wit's End,' a murder mystery awaits
The rock star of astrophysics?
Into It: Gene Wilder
The Stones 'Light' up screens
New in theaters
Football turns screwball in 'Leatherheads'
Tired of 'Grease' and 'Phantom of the Opera'? So is L.A.
Noteworthy new albums: R.E.M. and The Black Keys
Crossover duo Hilary Hahn and Josh Ritter make classical rock
Verbal Energy: Ampersands at risk, & a boxing snowman
The art of everyday items
Answers to job burnout
Will Mugabe go out like a lion or a lamb?
NATO summit highlights U.S.-Europe divide on Russia
House Republican leader optimistic about fall elections
Bernanke: Bear Stearns collapse threatened economy