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Monitor Articles for August 26, 2009
How Kenya's 'Little Mogadishu' became a hub for Somali militants
Afghan election fraud allegations mount as Karzai lead widens
Skepticism over 'breakthrough' Middle East peace plan
Massive blast in Afghanistan kills dozens
In UK, doubts about Lockerbie bomber's health prognosis
Pakistani Taliban: Two men to replace Baitullah Mehsud
Japan ready to vote in major shift in leadership?
Venezuela: The true cost of cheap gas
Ted Kennedy tributes: World remembers 'Lion of the Senate'
Syria: Where war hides history
Hey Microsoft, what happened to the black guy?
Long Senate record made Kennedy a giant in his own right
Defiant Sanford refuses to resign, S.C. politics 'paralyzed'
Are higher taxes inevitable?
Poll: Obama, Clinton health plans have troubling parallels
Americans pay tribute to Kennedy
Three speeches that defined the 'Lion of the Senate'
What will happen to Kennedy's Senate seat?
Poll: troubling parallels between Obama and Clinton health care plans
The day we had breakfast at Senator Kennedy’s House
Voters' views on Obama health plan? Same as for Clinton's.
Was a rowdy Virginia healthcare reform forum AstroTurfed?
Bauer to Sanford: Time to hit the road, Mr. Governor.
North Korea's nuclear overture: Honest offer or old tricks?
Fuel valve busted? Shuttle can't leave until NASA knows.
Fear of iPods and Facebook in classrooms does not compute
Turkey can avert a tragedy on the Tigris
The Monitor's View
Ted Kennedy: A profile in resilience
Talk to the editor: What's ahead in the nation's capital?
US stocks notch a seven-day win streak
US new home sales up sharply
Water-use saga: The return of Glen Canyon
Sony plans a Kindle rival with wireless downloads
Phishing drops; are scammers switching tactics?
On Google, Kennedy is king
Sea of Glory
Kennedy has told his own story: coming next month
In praise of the plain vanilla verb 'to say'
Forgiveness and the Lockerbie bomber
High school students start a farmers' market
A new horticulture society is born