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Monitor Articles for September 17, 2009
Just one president has a sport named after him
Police assault sends China's famed artist-turned-dissident to hospital
Will Japan's new leaders continue to support US in Afghanistan?
Standoff over Karzai win threatens Afghan power vacuum
Pakistan tests civilian militias to keep Taliban out of Swat Valley
Noordin Top's death: The impact on Southeast Asia's battle with terrorism
After the fall of the wall: Middle Europe reemerges – sort of
France rejects Somali rebels' terms for releasing hostage
AUSTRIA: Orson Welles's Vienna no more – 'The Third Man' shows its age.
Set free in Spain with a sandwich and a bottle of water
Need a job? Move to Italy.
Gaza war analyst: Does his Nazi-era collection indicate bias?
Russia's response to US missile defense shield shift
US to scrap missile defense shield that irked Russia
Yale murder: Police to arrest lab technician
How's the US doing in Afghanistan? Congress members say Obama benchmarks too vague.
Indonesia claims to have killed region’s most-wanted terrorist
On Constitution Day, the document lives on in political debates
Democrats may go it alone on healthcare, but must close ranks
Massachusetts lawmakers debate Kennedy replacement
Gibbs says political coverage focuses on 'the loudest and shrillest'
Why Obama dropped European missile defense shield
Karzai unlikely to claim Afghan election victory soon
Air Force gets back tanker contract, Gates's confidence
US shifts missile defense from Europe to Navy ships
Healthcare reform tussle, seen through the lens of Constitution Day
$1 million for Texas school district that shrank achievement gap
Did Bernanke save us from another Great Depression?
How the US deepened the crisis in Honduras
The Monitor's View
Obama's deft move on anti-Iran defense missiles
US household wealth up after two years
This week's Top 7 intriguing job openings
Obama pushes bank reform, but Americans worry it won't happen
US House passes student loan overhaul
Money Daily Brief: Japan sees 'signs of recovery'
Obama's ocean task force releases report
Laser sight: NYU's real-life tricorder
Yoostar: Your favorite movie, starring you
Regulators drawing a bead on Yahoo, Microsoft partnership
Cell phone radiation? There's a case for that.
On the block: A vintage Mac, owned by Gene Roddenberry
Could lawsuit mean the end of Skype as we know it?
JAJAH: Voice chat over Twitter, in two minutes or less
HP DreamScreen: What it is and isn't
After the Prophet
On Agate Hill
Google + Espresso = lots of instant (old) books
A model for success
Urban agriculture – a hobby grows into a cause
Dry shade in the garden? A checkered solution.