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Monitor Articles for September 4, 2009
No More Chávez? Global marchers hope so.
Why Chavez is wooing autocrats abroad
NATO airstrike in Afghanistan overshadows drop in casualties
Stateless children: North Korean refugees in China
North Korea seeks international attention with uranium claim
North Korea says uranium enrichment in final phase
How real is District 9?
Reporter succeeds where UN failed: Rwanda militia website closed
Austria: Yodeling echoes beyond kitsch
Town-hall meetings: facing voter wrath on healthcare
Reversing course, White House will release visitor logs
The history behind opposition to Obama’s speech to students
After Sanford, more seamy accusations in South Carolina
Obama speech to students: Is flap a sign of polarized times?
The history behind opposition to Obama's speech to students
AP photo of dying Marine draws fire from Pentagon
Gibbs: Resistance to Obama school speech just plain 'silly'
Washington ups the pressure on Honduras by cutting aid
Gates: It is not time to get out of Afghanistan
L.A. fire shows that residents are more prepared
To catch a thief, homeowners turn to YouTube
Somehow, it seems Jaycee raised two 'normal' daughters
Usain Bolt and the limits of human speed
A Labor Day sigh over summer books
The Monitor's View
Boeing vs. Airbus – clash of the dwarfs?
US job losses ease, a signal that recession may be over
In observance of Labor Day: a progress report on jobs
Job losses slow, but US unemployment hits 9.7 percent
For unemployed Americans, where will jobs come?
Hey, global warming skeptics, take your heads out of the sand
Marketing company sells clients Facebook friends
Internet addiction center opens in US
Will Snow Leopard be Apple's Windows Vista?
LeGarrette Blount's punch heard around the Web
Breaking the Slump
Peace Like a River
Dan Brown's "The Lost Symbol" under lock and key
Review: 'The Headless Woman'
Review: 'Still Walking'
Volunteering at Yosemite is a natural
Volunteers get wild in Alaska
Airline Ambassadors: Taking flight on a mission
Love, not food, satisfies