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Monitor Articles for July 2, 2009
Films to make you think
Coup drives deep divide in Honduras
US operation aims to smooth road for Afghan elections
India decriminalizes consensual gay sex
British warning: Summer is forced marriage season
Air France plane didn't break up? Skepticism grows.
Next big test for Iraq: January election
Biden back in Iraq – with a new assignment
US Marines launch major new offensive in Afghanistan
Why Saddam Hussein lied about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction
Both Honduran presidents remain defiant
Are N. Korea’s short-range missile tests a prelude?
US offensive in Afghanistan targets Taliban stronghold
Warning signs of forced marriage
United States: Zero-waste farmer's market
In Alaska, many pine for the old Palin
Complaints arise about White House kibitzing in key Senate primaries
President Obama hosts military families for July 4 fireworks
Is Sanford too lovesick to govern?
$25,000 to meet the 'powerful few'? Never mind, Washington Post says.
White House salaries: Whose check is biggest?
FROM OUR FILES: An Interview with Karl Malden
A 'coup' in Honduras? Nonsense.
Obama soars abroad, but America's PR doesn't
The Monitor's View
Will Obama violate the spirit of the Fourth?
Talk to the Editor with John Yemma for July 2: The Supreme Court
What is the Supreme Court thinking? Ask the Monitor
5 percent unemployment: still a decade away?
Americans are working fewest hours on record
A better way to create jobs
Time for a new job? This week's most intriguing openings
Though mixed, some signs of mid-year economic hope
How will global warming affect plants?
Tourism tangles a fishing lifeline
A cellphone plan to bridge digital divide
What the future of the auto industry will look like
Security analyst says he could hack into your iPhone – via SMS text
Wimbledon takes tennis high-tech
She's got game: Report says more girls are playing video games
Writers behaving badly, chapters three and four
An Elegy for Easterly
No Ordinary Time
Prices on Mailer's moon book are out of this world
Those 'best of' book lists that we love to debate
How do you bolster the case for bagging a middleweight black hole?
NASA's lunar orbiter sends back results of first Kodak moments
Backstory to detecting a possible middleweight black hole
Astronomers say they've ID'd missing "middleweight" black hole
Review: 'Public Enemies'
Review: 'The Girl From Monaco'
Review: 'Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love'
The quest for freedom – empowered by Love
Don't pick beans when plants are wet
In Maine, and other states, local fare is on the Fourth of July menu
New to gardening? Learn from Master Gardeners.