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Monitor Articles for June 9, 2008

An Olympic hopeful as driven in his business as on the mat
Japan's Ainu hope new identity leads to more rights
In Burma (Myanmar), how many cyclone orphans?
An Olympic hopeful as driven in his business as on the mat
Laura Bush urges donors to stand by Afghanistan
Pakistan's Musharraf refuses to quit, as opponents eye impeachment
Istanbul gentrifies a 1,000-year-old Roma neighborhood
As Israel's Olmert falters, a new star rises
Etc.
World
USA
Pledging support to Obama, Clinton notes historic campaign and exits race
Air Force shake-up may lead to deeper overhaul
John Yemma named Monitor editor
Opinion Ask not what graduates can do for the nation
Opinion Make forced marriage a crime against humanity
The Monitor's View Had enough of high prices?
The U.S. is for sale – and foreign investors are buying
Tax havens in U.S. cross hairs
The job market's big slump
Drought slowing Old Faithful
EarthTalk: Winter’s future looks warmer
Americans put themselves on the path to green careers.
With Rubik’s Cubes, victory is only 23 clicks away
IPhone reality check
A front-row view of JFK's presidency
Inside the New Yorker
Istanbul gentrifies a 1,000-year-old Roma neighborhood
Warmly welcomed to the neighborhood
After divorce, a new name symbolizes a new life
The best way to scoot down the road
Dads on duty
Hypnotism – or permanent healing?
Creative plant combinations
Pine cones for container plants
What ate my hibiscus?
Hydrangeas – nonblooming and ever-blooming
FROM OUR FILES: A true pro at the Olympics: TV host Jim McKay