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Monitor Articles for April 1, 2010
You pay someone to fill out IRS forms? Outrageous!
Obama blasts 'fear mongering' in healthcare reform speech
Hard hit Rhode Island looks to federal aid as floods recede
Bush wiretap program gets rebuke from federal judge
Phoebe Prince case a 'watershed' in fight against school bullying
Britain names Chagos Islands world's largest marine preserve
Republican phone sex scandal, fundraising challenge add to RNC woes
Toyota rebounds from recall-induced sales slump, as does its Prius
Bulgaria steps up its crackdown on government corruption
Surprise! Ford, GM post sales gains by making cars people want to buy.
A loophole in US crackdown on carbon emissions from cars
Nissan's electric 'Leaf' to cost $25,000
Construction spending shows end to real estate bounce
Despite Obama pitch on benefits of healthcare reform, small business is glum
Ticking prime bomb: Fannie Mae delinquencies rise
Case-Shiller: January's housing prices indicate end of real estate bounce
April Fools' jokes for 2010 Census form: What is your race? Vulcan.
Is the FTC concealing information?
In Kashmir, skiing for your life on India Pakistan divide
Sanctions on Iran will fail
Fed in hot water over secret bailouts
Retail money funds decline at record pace
2010 census form: What if you don't mail it back?
Fraud on Wall Street: Where has SEC been?
USS Nicholas captures Somali pirates. What to do with them?
Auto emissions: New greenhouse gas caps raise gas mileage standards
The Monitor's View
Obama and offshore drilling: a crude move
A deluge of rain causes renovation problems
YouTube redesign greeted by shouts, groans
Free Netflix app coming to Apple iPad?
Tax refunds cause misleading spike in US spending
Deterring nuclear weapons: China ready to talk new Iran sanctions
US manufacturing export orders hit 20-year high
In Topeka, Google's April Fools' Day logo changing prank is a hit
Michelle Obama expands the White House garden
Changing course, Fatah officials call for Palestinian protests against Israel
In Afghanistan war zone, a movie theater comes back to life
Will the government's affordable mortgage modification program work?
Pakistan's President Zardari closer to losing powers
White House continues government spending as it addresses housing crisis
April Fools' Day history? Be wary of those who say they know.
Lost illusions, and the LEGO way of making new words
Talk to the Editor for April 1: Monitor books coverage
Have you ever found a pepper inside a pepper?
What the wildebeest migration taught me about self-improvement
Top picks: Conan O'Brien, 'The Blind Side,' 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' and other recommendations
Latin music: Salsa, merengue, and samba rhythms come to the concert hall
Attraction: Not just for the birds
For the love of babka: the Slavic sweet bread with a long tale
Consumer spending: the losers' guide to a healthy economy
Topeka: Google pulls April Fools' prank after Kansas's renaming stunt
If you're a book reader, should you buy an iPad?
Peace for Israelis and Palestinians? Not without America's tough love.
Taliban to be flushed from N. Waziristan in two months, says Pakistan general
Sri Lanka elections: Will Tamil rights be upheld?
Impatience deepens in South Korea over Cheonan ship sinking
Why does Google say Topeka? Five top corporate pranks for April Fools' Day
Chechen warlord Doku Umarov claims Moscow metro bombings
Ready, aim, click: Mars imaging team takes your requests
The Journal Keeper
A View from the Foothills
President Bashir's chief rival boycotts Sudan election
April Fools' pranks from around the world: Top 10
From anger to peacemaking
China agrees to discuss UN sanctions on Iran
Bestselling books the week of 4/1/10, according to IndieBound*