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Monitor Articles for February 22, 2010
To reform British pensions, look to America's Social Security (with a twist)
The root cause of crime? It's simple.
Second thoughts about Britain’s ID cards and privacy
Sarah Palin to appear on Jay Leno show
With five Republicans on board, Senate moves jobs bill forward
Obama proposes new way of uniformly raising academic standards
For many Vancouver Olympics athletes, sports psychology is key
Obama's healthcare plan gets chilly GOP reception
Fed's hike in discount rate: Will it kill an international Robin Hood tax?
Terror suspect Zazi pleads guilty, cooperates with government
Even with new credit card laws 2010, Americans are cutting back on credit
Obama's health care plan adds new investment, Medicare tax on wealthy
Bloom Box generates buzz, skepticism with 60 Minutes spot
Is the corporate tax progressive?
David R. Francis
Workers' share of America's pie is shrinking
From Israel, a plan to win friends and influence people by working on its image
Think China's growing fast? Take a look at Taiwan.
The first million-dollar comic book
What if Germany exited the euro area?
Wal-Mart reportedly snags video streaming service Vudu
Winter Olympics: Women banned from ski jumping, but women’s participation way up
Deadliest Catch, Dirty Jobs: How real is reality TV?
Great deals in real estate: Why they won't last
It's time to enact Obama's healthcare plan with 51 Senate votes
The deceptions of false prosperity
Retiring senators: Why are so many calling it quits?
How America can create jobs
Five nations boosting their culture of innovation
Blueprint for honing America's entrepreneurial edge
In Thailand, elephants raise funds for Haiti earthquake relief
Supreme Court: Does part of Patriot Act violate citizens' rights?
Folded laundry and the beauty of economic choice
New credit card laws 2010 still have 'gotchas.' Here are five steps to avoid them.
Colombia becomes new hub for human smuggling into US
Bloom Box: What 60 Minutes left out
College students today: overconfident or just assured? Regardless, they are our future.
Vignettes of a vibrant city
UCLA should boost revenue by accepting more out-of-state students
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
Eyeing Israel, EU condemns identity theft in Dubai assassination
If Wyoming taxes green energy, green energy can go elsewhere
Afghanistan war challenge: civilian deaths from NATO airstrike
Joe Stack IRS attack: 'hero' debate heats up
Beyond "Harry Potter": 5 interesting tales of plagiarism
Obama's fiscal commission: Critics' 'magic pony' arguments don't fly
Eco-philanthropists to the rescue of wildlife?
Turin-ing back the clock: Can Bode Miller win five medals?
Tom Davis says GOP has 50-50 chance to retake House. Senate 'not impossible'
Supreme Court rejects suit that argued excessive force by police
Marjah offensive: New Afghan governor takes office as battle rages
Garden trends: what's in and out for 2010
New credit card laws 2010: How will I benefit?
The Monitor's View
Obama health care plan: He needs to cut medical costs first
Bloom Box: What is it and how does it work?
Dubai assassination: UAE demands justice but with what leverage?
Obama healthcare plan omits public option
Falkland Islands: British oil drillers reopen dispute with Argentina
Beyond Buddhism, Tiger Woods has converted to another religion
'The Aftermath Project': Photographers go back after the war
Dutch government collapse: Will other European troops now leave Afghanistan?
Pesky voles love the snow cover
Why the Winter Olympics beat American Idol's ratings
Sony readying a universal remote for video games
Can Canada take gold in pairs figure skating? Olympics schedule Monday
Philippines kills Abu Sayyaf most-wanted Albader Parad
A world economy that calls for hope and confidence
NATO airstrike kills at least 27 Afghanistan civilians
USA vs. Canada: Is this heaven? No, it's Olympic hockey
The Power of Half
Dreams and Shadows