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Monitor Articles for January 30, 2009
Campaigning Hollywood style
Recalling an audience with Congo warlord Lubanga
Can Obama boost cause for Afro-Latinos?
Japanese dare to ask: Do we really need an emperor?
Pakistan tackles Swat, a key militant area
A momentous vote in Iraq after years of war
North Korea scraps agreements with South
Global court starts with a fumble. Warlord grins.
Every Day Is Super Bowl Sunday
Why Zimbabwe opposition agreed to join Mugabe's government
Palestinians to get $20 million in US aid, but leadership in disarray
New poll shows risks to opponents of Obama's economic stimulus plan
Congress advances new law expanding children's health insurance program
Corruption brings down a governor
Republicans name an African American as their party chairman
Blago grabs children for historic photo op
House stimulus bill widens healthcare
Letters to the Editor
Elect, don't appoint, the US attorney general
Don't panic about your 401(k) losses. Here's why.
Obama's missing timetable for Afghanistan
Drop in GDP reflects significant problems in the world economy
Is a 'bad bank' for risky assets the solution to the financial mess?
US GDP falls 3.8 percent, but outlook worse elsewhere
EarthTalk: How to stay warm and solvent this winter
California heads for a third dry year in a row
Horizon highlights – 'Rethinking the basics' edition
The Somme: The Darkest Hour on the Western Front
The Lay of the Land
"Stuff white people like": from blog to book
Super Bowl halftime becomes a full-time venture
Yachta, yachta, yachta: Why I am a landlubber
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
E-book revolution favors the agile
Roberts, Obama, and the myth of the 'split verb'
She shoots, she scores – she beats me?
Over the hedge
When public trust is betrayed
Bonsai: How to get started
A farmer for the White House