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Monitor Articles for July 23, 2009
Clinton stresses US commitment at ASEAN forum
Mumbai trial: India's global stage for case against Pakistan
Catastrophe? Israel bans 'nakba' from Arab textbook.
US citizen captured in Pakistan gives window into Al Qaeda's world
French Socialists face dark night of the soul
Honduran crisis deepens as mediation stalls
Biden seeks to reassure Georgia over Russia
Aborted rocket test: A chink in Israel's anti-Iran armor?
In Tour de France, Lance back on track for podium
Afghanistan: Town crier, with megaphone
In Russia, murder, harassment of activists continues
In rare move, Arab states ban some from Mecca pilgrimage
Police sergeant stands up to both Obama and Gates
For bankrupt California cities, budget deal is last straw
New survey shows Obama more popular abroad than at home
Obama makes his case for health reform
Obama's cops ‘acted stupidly' comment steps on healthcare
Does Obama’s global popularity matter ?
Obama's healthcare vote delayed. The reason: Democrats.
Bill Cosby 'shocked' at Obama's statement on Harvard prof's arrest
Schwarzenegger wields giant knife in video - critics upset
Bill Cosby gives Obama benefit of doubt on Harvard prof arrest
Police and blacks: old tensions slow to heal
Gates's liberal college town no stranger to racial dust-ups
US push to put an Afghan face on Helmand offensive
How an amateur beat the pros in spotting Jupiter collision
Watch out for an Iranian backlash
Politicians vs. temptation
The Monitor's View
Gates vs. Crowley
Talk to the Editor with John Yemma for July 23: NASA
Home sales up. Has the market bottomed out?
Laid-off Wall Streeters find entrepreneurial spirit
Dow's upward streak ends. Now what?
Bulls back as Dow closes above 9000
Recession spreads to suburbs and beyond
Job hunting? This week's most intriguing openings.
Top 10 checklist: How societies can avoid 'ecocide'
Intel chief: Computer attacker still a mystery
Windows 7 is ready for PC makers
Why are HDMI cables so expensive?
Caribou populations fall sharply
Schools add cellphones to curriculum – slowly
Updates on the iPhone-contractor suicide
In East Africa, high hopes for a broadband revolution
GM rolls out a bright yellow 'Transformers'-edition Camaro
Volcano says aloha to world's largest telescope
RadioShack, Lance Armstrong team up for 2010
Solar-powered Wi-Fi sprouts up around the country
The Accidental Billionaires
IndieBound* children's bestseller list 7/23/09
IndieBound* hardcover bestseller list 7/23/09
IndieBound* paperback bestseller list 7/23/09
E-books slip into the mainstream
NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory at 10: still going strong
Never too old
Shrubs: An inexpensive landscaping option