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Monitor Articles for September 2, 2008
Americans adopt HIV-positive kids from Ethiopia
Can Mexico's Calderón stop the killings?
Japan's unpopular prime minister resigns
Thailand's political stalemate deepens
E.U. talks tough on Russia
U.S. hands over Anbar, Iraq's once-deadliest region
Iran, U.S. step cautiously toward dialogue
State of emergency declared in Bangkok
Reporters on the Job
Palin daughter’s pregnancy stirs GOP convention
Cindy McCain: rodeo queen to first lady?
Laura Bush, Cindy McCain appeal for Gulf Coast aid
McCain shapes a maverick GOP convention
Ron Paul Nation: the other convention in town
Alaska’s crowded campaign trail
College orientations get political
Palin - vetted or not vetted?
McCain brings in the dough
Exodus ahead of hurricane Gustav more thorough - but some won't go
Letters to the Editor
Is the U.S. Army ready for conventional war?
Sarah Palin: a bold choice, or a desperate one?
The Monitor's View
'Change' politics in a hurricane
Will pocketbooks pick the president?
Chinese eco-detective treads lightly
Google's reach extends further with Chrome
The House at Sugar Beach
Walls and Bars
From small title to overnight bestseller
Old barns get new attention
Good company and a good night's rest
Baby sea turtles – off to a good start
Stability amid the storm
Plants of the Bible