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Monitor Articles for March 18, 2010
Sweden's school voucher system works. Britain should follow.
US drug companies' foreign profits grow. Suspiciously.
Hey tourists, here's the skinny on Washington's monuments
Italy's Gelato University sees sweet spike in enrollments
David Headley pleads guilty in 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack
Cracks appear in abortion front against healthcare reform
Google TV's challenge: convincing US on convergence
CBO score says healthcare will cost $940 billion. What will it cost you?
For more Americans, Grandma is moving back in
New FDA rules restrict tobacco marketing to kids
Bruins vs. Penguins: ‘Frontier justice’ for Matt Cooke hit?
Somali pirates mistakenly attack Dutch warship. Oops.
No trade ban for declining bluefin tuna
Gang crackdown: Vagos Motorcycle Club targeted in police raids
Is the Google Nexus One a turkey or just overhyped?
Scott Brown effect: Could Senator Barbara Boxer lose California?
Afghanistan war: lessons from the Soviet war
Iran protests: Is Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei winning?
Disgruntled hacker remotely disables 100 cars
Snark week: Alan Grayson takes on Sarah Palin
South Carolina Gov Mark Sanford to pay $74k in ethics fines
The Monitor's View
Sandra Bullock and the blind side of NCAA March Madness
Tax time warning: Be careful this year
Earth-friendly forest products
Clinton hints more work needed on nuclear reduction treaty with Russia
Want to escape jobless recovery? Try one of these Top 10 rebound cities.
Trouble brewing between the Tea Party movement and the GOP?
Obama signs jobs bill, but how much will it help?
Sony PlayStation Move ad blasts Wii, Natal
Graco high chair recall: What you need to know
Reader Mailbag: Vehicle Shopping
UN rejects bluefin tuna ban and nixes protection for polar bears
The Monitor's View
Obama's (now delayed) trip to Indonesia: Can he make it an ally?
Space travelers on Russia's Soyuz spacecraft return to Earth
How to tell if last year's garden seeds are still good
Litterless juice boxes: Do they save money and the environment?
After Haiti earthquake, council prepares for elections – from Gold's Gym
Bad news for polar bears: US proposal to protect polar bears rejected
Motivating yourself to accomplish more
Personal finance: keeping track of spending
Talk to the Editor for March 18: Preparing for Spring Gardening
State of the Union: Survey shows slight economic improvement at state level
Israel suffers first rocket attack casualty since Gaza war
Concern over Hong Kong real-estate bubble warranted
Healthcare reform would lower deficit by $130 billion over 10 years
Extended Unemployment: Initial, Continued and Extended Unemployment Claims March 18 2010
Declining for a decade: Detroit, Atlanta, Cleveland and Las Vegas
Four tips to avoid stress this tax season
Al Franken could be US fiscal savior
India, China lead in lifting people out of urban slums, UN says
Honda recall March 2010: Is your car on the list?
A series of textbooks is called "inflammatory" and anti-Muslim
Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan prepares to announce new cabinet
India tour: How one impoverished teen helps preserve 700-year-old landmark
Israeli settlements threaten world security
IKEA, Sweden, and the inheritance tax: lessons for the US
YouTube - Viacom war heats up; confidential documents to be released
Iraq election: Will Prime Minister Maliki lose his job?
Praying for the orphans of the world
No Child Left Behind: Obama overhaul takes flak from both parties
Put down that NCAA basketball bracket, we've got trivia!
New cop car unveiled: Ford Police interceptor to roll out in 2011
CIA director says Al Qaeda on the run as a leader killed in US drone strike
Bloated Red River rising but some in Fargo won't leave despite floods
Sled dog four-peat: Lance Mackey wins 4th Iditarod in a row
Courage and Consequence
Wayfarers of Fate
Bestselling books the week of 3/18/10, according to IndieBound*
On financial reform, Dodd gives activist shareholders more power
You’ve cut back. Your friends keep spending. What now?