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Monitor Articles for September 1, 2009
After rapid climb, India's airlines face steep descent
Italy's end to employment discrimination has women crying foul
Europeans' views of Qaddafi clash with Western diplomatic moves
Turkey, Armenia move to establish ties
Japan's neighbors welcome new leadership
Canada: One town's G-8 makeover
Libya's Qaddafi rings in 40 years with a guest list to die for
Baja's 'strongest ever' hurricane set to make landfall tonight
Without Kennedy, healthcare providers fear loss of benefactor
Lockerbie papers to be released
Putin walks a fine line in Poland, avoiding apology
How Congress might change the way you buy health insurance
Was Atlanta's 'black mayor first' memo racist - or just blunt?
Bad timing for Obama on any troop buildup in Afghanistan
How far will Democrats go to pass health reform?
City budgets set to get worse, 'tough decisions' ahead
Martha Coakley will vie for Ted Kennedy's senate seat
Labor targets young workers living at home, strapped for funds
Eliot Spitzer: The comeback kid?
US commander: Afghan situation 'serious' but winnable
Why did Jaycee stay?
Wildfire smoke keeps Californians – and their pets – indoors
Huge L.A. fire threatens more than 10,000 homes
What can America learn from Switzerland and France about healthcare reform?
Seventy years after World War II's start, old enemies take stock
The Monitor's View
'Jobs that Americans won't do'
Town hall meetings -- real or fake?
Marvel deal will build on Disney's Pixar model
US pending home sales up 3.2 percent
'Cash for clunkers' helped foreign automakers more
US manufacturing turns up after 18-month slump
West leading US out of home-sale slump
Could Hurricane Jimena put out California's wildfires?
Research finds higher acidity in Alaska waters
Gmail is back up, but are Google outages getting worse?
Lift Every Voice
Teach Like Your Hair Is On Fire
An avalanche of closing bookstores?
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
The power of sitting
Confrontation of another kind
Roses have their problems, but still...
Plants that glow in the dark corners of the garden