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Monitor Articles for April 23, 2010
Eleven alleged Somali pirates indicted in US federal court
What will Washington do about the Arizona immigration law?
Al-Qaeda suspect who targeted New York subway system pleads guilty
Gates, Clinton oppose cuts to State Department budget
Arizona immigration bill: just the latest among state measures
POW! Online comic books start to pull fans to the Web
Seeds: Sow them and expect wonders
Oil rig explosion unmasks 'dangerous myth' of safety, lawmakers say
How to solve the Greek debt crisis
Greece bailout not a given, says Germany
Evangelist Franklin Graham won't speak at Pentagon prayer event
Sheep Dog Hollow's green renovation is almost finished
Why do so many oil spills happen?
In Lebanon, the last of the first glass blowing artisans
Girl credits SpongeBob SquarePants for saving best friend's life
SEC watching porn instead of financial industry
College graduation to go green with eco-friendly caps and gowns
Grove Park Inn: Where the Obamas are heading on a weekend getaway?
How long before Facebook users revolt against the latest update?
Eyeing presidency, Mohamed ElBaradei rallies Egypt for reform
Ether: Seven Stories and a Novella
Baghdad bombings show Al Qaeda in Iraq still intent on sectarian violence
The Monitor's View
Sanctions on Iran's gasoline imports? That's war talk.
X37b space plane launch: first in Air Force's busy space year
The Book of Negroes
Agreement on Jerusalem construction is key to resuming peace talks
Iran, Russia, China beat a path to Latin America's door
Air Force says X37-B space plane is not a weapon
Web, religious freedom on agenda as US-China rights dialogue resumes
Negotiators race to broker compromise as Thai protests escalate
How much do you really save by air-drying your clothes?
North Korea seizes South-owned resort as warship tensions grow
'Brain gain' can fuel more start-ups
Unlike other African nations, Uganda aims to dodge 'oil curse'
Millennials keep their chins up despite high unemployment in economic downturn
Iraq voters face long wait for new government as Maliki, others jockey for power
Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck are not guilty of sedition -- but over-the-top 'tea-party' rhetoric doesn’t help
Britain's GDP up, but problems remain
'Tea party' founder: Why our movement will succeed -- and why it's good for America
Precedent suggests Afghanistan Taliban could win: report
Archie Comics adds a gay character
'Tea party' activists: Do they hate liberals more than they love liberty?
Shhhh! Air Force launches top secret X-37B robot space plane
A zest for living, to 100 and beyond
Bangkok grenade attack wounds scores in Thai protests