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Monitor Articles for July 22, 2009
Court ruling looms on disputed Sudan oil-town
A solar eclipse for the people
Pakistanis fighting the Taliban press for military backup
In Britain, the big bonus rises again
Israel's other Israel: the Tel Aviv 'bubble'
Nigerian militants release six hostages, honoring cease-fire
For Obama, visit with Iraq's Maliki is an easy part of his job
Russia-China war games battle extremists, separatists
Sudan: ruling redefines borders of oil-rich area in south
Iran’s Ahmadinejad not anti-Israeli enough?
South Africa: 'White wedding' finds comedy in clash of cultures
Obama’s budget czar pleads for patience on economic recovery
Senate clips gun rights, rejects concealed-weapons measure
Biden's tough love for Ukraine
On healthcare, Blue Dogs finally bite
In drive for health reform, Obama must win over independents
Where do reforms urged by 9/11 commission stand?
Breaking News: Michelle Obama gets new hairdo
Blogosphere goes bonkers over ‘birthers’
Gates arrest: racial profiling or 'tempest in a teapot'?
Oakland voters approve marijuana tax
Jupiter collision a warning call to Earth
Turn economic setback into opportunity
Policy on Burma shouldn't pivot on Aung San Suu Kyi
The Monitor's View
A spike in homeless families
For banks, some good news (finally)
When 'B' means better
Parents pare school shopping. How to tell the kids?
Earthtalk: Do sunspots and solar flares affect climate change?
Environmentally friendly cars with laser ignitions and jet engines
New e-book reader to use AT&T network
Want to create an app? There's a class for that.
Record Apple profits dampened by iPhone contractor suicide
Are 'mature' video games worse than rated-R movies?
Now that's smart business: Sam Raimi to direct 'Warcraft' flick
Trailer of Burton's 'Alice' (briefly) hits the Web. Wonderment ensues.
The Occupied Garden
The Virgin Suicides
Will Ayn Rand (finally) make it to the small screen?
Why it makes me happy to read about happiness
Adventures in typewriterland
Hope and home for refugees
These perennials can stand up to summer's heat
Have you heard the musical tree?