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Monitor Articles for August 6, 2009
Beyond scandal, Paraguay's president faces deeper challenges
Clinton's North Korea trip spurs hope – and unease – in Asia
Death sentence for Mumbai attackers – six years later
Cambodian conviction signals crackdown on dissent
A year after war, Georgia and Russia point fingers over provocations
Did Russia pay high price for winning Georgia war?
Why Iran's Revolutionary Guards mercilessly crack down
Chávez: We're buying Russian tanks
Afghan bomb kills five wedding guests. Taliban breaking promise?
Poland: Starbucks conquers again
Arafat death probe may appease Fatah's divided delegates
With scant support for Sotomayor, did the GOP hurt itself?
Uh-oh, Governor Sanford returns from another vacation...
White House Press Secretary Gibbs mocks birthers
Conservatives see silver lining in Sotomayor vote
Jefferson's bribery conviction: a mixed legacy
Which states are spending highway stimulus fastest?
Obama's poll numbers dive bomb toward Earth
Chávez rages at US plan to boost antidrug ops in Colombia
Freed reporters got their wish: dialogue about N. Korea
Direct talks with N. Korea ahead? Not likely.
Russian oil rigs just 45 miles from Florida?
What are two Russian subs doing off the US coast?
A small boat, a lot of gratitude
Pittsburgh shooter may have sought 'female scapegoat'
To reduce pilot fatigue, FAA moves to revise rules
'Anyone could paint that' and 7 other myths about art
Business collaboration could transform the economy
The Monitor's View
Somalia is Obama's new 'Afghanistan'
Today's "Talk to the Editor" webcast postponed
'Absolutely' the stimulus is working, Romer says
Recession pummels South’s ‘miracle' economy
'Cash for clunkers' could wreck back-to-school spending
Jobless? Here are 10 zany opportunities.
Amid Phoenix foreclosures, one suburb's home values rise
Earth Talk: Why are US rail options limited compared with Europe?
Twitter crash points to rise of denial-of-service attacks
Bing unveils jingle contest winner, and it's a doozy
Sprint, Samsung announce plans to sell a biodegradable phone
Twitter latest to be blacked out by DDOS attack
Even John Quincy Adams uses Twitter
'Big Bang' collider gets second chance in November
IndieBound* children's bestseller list 8/6/09
IndieBound* paperback bestseller list
IndieBound* hardcover bestseller list 8/6/09
The Wild Trees
Behind the "Little House" books
The power of spiritual calm
In Sitka, Alaska, 'food not lawns' takes hold