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Monitor Articles for March 31, 2009
Unlike the US, Germany unlikely to bail out automaker
Germany's hard line on the stimulus: Why Merkel says 'Nein'
Europe and the US attempt to mend fences, but deep rifts remain
In Iraq, British forces hand over control of Basra to the US
As Netanyahu takes Israel's helm, Syria skeptical of peace prospects
Netanyahu: Israel is serious about peace
Former Khmer Rouge leader asks for forgiveness
G-20 could help US, Russia "reset" ties
Netanyahu takes reins as Israel's prime minister
Hundreds of African migrants die in shipwreck off Libya's coast
Obama sells budget to House Democrats
House fast-tracks major changes on energy and climate
Bailout tab: $3 trillion so far
White House says it loves American cars after ousting GM executive
Yawn. New anti-Limbaugh billboard unveiled in Florida
Fake Obama meets fake Queen at fake G-20
Obama in Europe: More DVDs for Gordon Brown?
On European trip, rock-star Obama faces skeptical allies
Supreme Court dismisses appeal in tobacco case with $79.5 million verdict
Will high court make age-bias lawsuits easier or harder to win?
On divisive issue of gay clergy, two churches weigh softer stance
Letters to the Editor
How judges might help troubled homeowners
World's nuclear watchdog needs a strong and wily chief
The Monitor's View
Obama's foreign-policy credo: listen and lead
Goodbye, Encarta. A cautionary tale for newspapers?
Record tumble for home prices
GM installs new CEO, announces new incentives for consumers
For three US cities, a lost decade in real estate
After GM, will Obama steer other firms, too?
US consumer confidence flat, better than abroad
Have your say about global warming
Tapping the energy potential in our backyards
Signs of an upcoming Facebook IPO?
The Unlikely Disciple
One blogger's take: Why e-books could ruin trade publishing
As rocket launches increase, ozone layer could feel the heat
Stilling the economic storm
Bee college is all the buzz