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Monitor Articles for October 16, 2009
Tsvangirai: Zimbabwe's MDC 'disengaging' from unity government
Dutch MP Wilders enters Britain on free-speech ruling
Twist in Iraq's democracy: anti-American party pushes electoral reform
UN vote to endorse Goldstone report increases pressure on Israel
Afghanistan: Italy denies report it bribed Taliban forces
China: Blog celebrity says police arrested him for being a Samaritan
Afghanistan election outcome: Karzai could face runoff.
Israel and Turkey ties face deeper chill
Obama, senior Bush celebrate community service at Texas event
Healthcare reform 'public option' still alive in Senate?
Economy may be rebounding, but state budgets are still hurting
Do seniors on Social Security deserve that raise next year?
Republicans, relax: Meghan McCain sticking with Twitter
Obama to face Texas tea party at Texas A and M
Sarah Palin, John Edwards slide in polls, Gallup says
Obama will face a 'Texas Tea Party' on A&M trip
Next nuclear worry for US: Kazakhstan?
Obama signs off on extra aid for Pakistan
La. interracial marriage: Is life tougher for biracial kids?
Obama's Guantánamo, counterterror policies similar to Bush's?
Like Maria Shriver, many Californians break cellphone ban
Colorado went to huge lengths to save balloon boy Falcon Heene
Boy in balloon hoax: Jury is still out on the Heenes
Obama's first year in office
Racist undertones of the 'socialist' epithet
The Monitor's View
It's bipartisan: Barack Obama and George H.W. Bush agree on community service
Bank of America's Ken Lewis takes pay cut, but no one follows
Raj Rajaratnam, arrested for insider trading, also linked to Sri Lanka case
Raj Rajaratnam of Galleon Group arrested in insider trading case
Bosses Day: Who are America's Top 5 leaders?
US consumer sentiment falls as world's outlook brightens
Money Daily Brief: GE earnings drop
Who is Raj Rajaratnam?
Environmental problems need a holistic approach
German businessman smuggled coral into US from Philippines
Plants and wasps are smarter than you think
NASA’s IBEX finds mysterious ribbon at edge of solar system
Xbox product boss: The PS3 doesn't have a chance
The Spiral Staircase
"Thanks, Herta Muller!" The Nobel prize lifts a small press
Review: 'Coco Before Chanel'
Review: 'Black Dynamite'
Review: 'Where the Wild Things Are'
Review: 'New York, I Love You'
Combating compassion fatigue in times of crisis
Native plants encourage wildlife in the garden
Native plants that attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees