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Monitor Articles for May 5, 2009
For Chinese parents, few answers on quake deaths one year later
Afghanistan's divided opposition boosts Karzai's election bid
Turkey: massacre reflects ancient traditions and volatile politics
Seeing Red: Georgia blames Russia for 'mutiny'
Georgia accuses Russia of backing attempted coup
Ukraine: opening of secret archives shines light on famine, repression
South Korea: Korean food goes global
No haters allowed: Britain's new 'least wanted' list includes Michael Savage and Fred Phelps
Biden firm on two-state solution despite Netanyahu's mixed signals
Foreclose vs. resetting mortgages: the fight goes on
Gallup: Obama strong, but gay marriage, big gov't could be tricky
Barack and Joe go to White Castle … I mean, Ray’s Hell Burger
Dude... Schwarzenegger says it's time to debate marijuana
White House won't release Air Force One photos
Biden spots giant floating hairpiece during lunch
Life in prison for criminal teens? Supreme Court to decide.
Boston Globe avoids shutdown – at least for now
Letters to the Editor
Forget tea parties. Bring a pitchfork to a shareholder meeting.
Stop feeding the loan sharks
The Monitor's View
A yellow light for electric cars
Today's briefing: Georgia shaking, economy mending,
Bernanke looking ahead to bailout 'exit strategy' as fears lessen
Bernanke: Before the rebound, an overhang
Your flat screen TV uses too much energy. So do your other appliances.
The future of the book turns a page
Solar storms ahead: Is Earth prepared?
Are the Webby Awards a sham?
Apple yanks incriminating advertisement
Dropped your iPhone into the ocean? Have we got some good news for you.
Swimming with Piranhas at Feeding Time
Country of Origin
Obama as bookseller in chief
Harry Potter's cloak? No. But it's still invisible
Experimental geography as art
Joe Williams's two easy steps to clear writing
Facing down the pull of suicide
Pots or raised beds? The conundrums facing a novice greenhouse gardener