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Monitor Articles for August 14, 2009
Mediation stalls in Honduras as leaders refuse Zelaya's return
Crocs stumble: anatomy of a fad or a rebound?
Long shackled in China's market, Hollywood now sees opening
In Pakistan, Taliban tearing apart a culture
Helicopters, crowds, and cash as Afghan campaign heads into home stretch
In Israeli army, rabbis deepen religious tone. Is that kosher?
Report: militia activity on the rise in US
Do Iran’s hard-liners really believe ‘velvet revolution’ plot?
United States: Immigrant farmers dig in
New information at hand about your lawmaker's 'earmarks'
How's Obama faring in the Rocky Mountain West?
Obama and Montana's Baucus: Who needs whom?
Obama wins over a Montana crowd on healthcare
Town hall attacks: as American as mom and apple pie
Riot shows difficulty of desegregating California prisons
Why McChrystal may not get more troops for Afghanistan
Guantánamo detainees could save Michigan 340 prison jobs
Confucius could help relations between US, China
The Monitor's View
Hollywood – and freedom – sail further into China
Consumer confidence falls unexpectedly in August
If global recession is over, what will recovery look like?
Consumer prices set to fall in '09 (after a 54-year rise)
US consumer sentiment falls. Sign of trouble?
Phones, PCs put e-book within reach of Kindle-less
E-mails from public overload House Web site
Lolcats take to the stage with a musical
The science behind 'Time Traveler's Wife'
Michael Vick on the Web: protests, misspellings
The Book of William
The Ivy Tree
College textbooks for rent – direct from the publisher
Review: 'District 9'
Review: 'Lorna's Silence'
Review: 'The Time Traveler's Wife'
Just what were we saving for?
Urban gardeners get creative
The Edible Explorer: ancient All-Blue potatoes