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Monitor Articles for September 23, 2008
Iraqi insurgents forced underground
Japan's ruling party hopes Aso will restore its reputation
What China's tainted milk may not bring: lawsuits
Will short-selling ban help – or hurt – banks?
In Egypt, sexual harassment grows
Ramadan trend: Iftar emerges as high-profile social event
French lead fight against Somali piracy surge
Reporters on the Job
Biden: I was against the ad before I was for it!
Joe Biden's harrowing helicopter ride
Why won't Sarah Palin talk to the press?
Detainees' rights subverted at Guantánamo, their lawyers say
Letters to the Editor
Beyond a bailout, Wall Street needs new rules
We teach teens trigonometry, why not Money 101?
The Monitor's View
South Africa's next chapter
Treasury chief Paulson on verge of historic new powers
Bailout could boost inflation, sink dollar
Five lessons from Paulson, Bernanke hearings
Will Europe buy the Paulson Plan?
Congress: second thoughts on that financial bailout
House passes Great Lakes Compact
In arid West, a foreign legion of beetles takes on a thirsty invader
Precedent-setting carbon auction Thursday
Physical newspapers aren’t dying off – they’re evolving
Bringing home iPhone: lessons learned
Ms. Hempel Chronicles
Sharing books online just got easier
Literary culture in Wasilla, Alaska
Battle of the boards erupts over paddle surfing
All wrapped up in the elegance of a sari
More Mail Bag matches
Wildlife that can take the heat
Faith in the supply of good
If you can find lily bulbs, plant them now