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Monitor Articles for May 5, 2010
Poll: Poizner surges in California governor's race
Hummer H3 recall: GM recalls 126,000 models
The flaws of financial reform
The Last Stand
The Elegance of the Hedgehog
Powerful House Democrat David Obey to retire
Is Disney cool again?
After the Ellen DeGeneres iPhone dust-up, does Apple need to lighten up?
'Los Suns' Cinco de Mayo statement: protest on a tank top
Small business jobs on the upswing
In Chicago, can community involvement combat gang violence?
Escaping war zone at the video arcade
President Obama interviews Diane Wood for Supreme Court
Facebook privacy: New questions after bug exposed more user information
After Iraq election, Shiite parties announce alliance to form next government
Athens riots leave three bank workers dead
US closes no-fly loophole exposed by Faisal Shahzad
Uncle Sam wants Micronesians for US military
Primary election results: establishment candidates battered
Cinco de Mayo: Has its popularity peaked?
Haiti relief workers try to stem rape in refugee camps
Bah humbug, say Mexicans about Cinco de Mayo
Israel and Palestinians step closer to proximity peace talks
Who is Huma Mian? Wife of Faisal Shahzad, Times Square bomb suspect
Gulf oil spill: Why booms, in short supply, may not save the day
NPT 101: Will the US accept a nuclear-capable Iran?
Remembering Guenter Wendt, Apollo-era 'pad führer'
Times Square bomb: Will Congress finally fix homeland security oversight?
'Bloody agent': In South Africa, race-tinged remixes go viral
Matthew Vaughn to direct 'X-Men: First Class,' movie to be released in 2011
Ernie Harwell: Tigers legend, Michigan's beloved son
Somali pirates capture China-bound oil tanker
The Monitor's View
Voters in British election (and in US) deserve details about deficit cuts
Greece protests: Riots erupt in Athens, 3 bank workers killed
Megacities of the world: a glimpse of how we'll live tomorrow
Kim Jong-il is in China? We have no information on that.
The chase is on: scientists launch largest-ever study of tornadoes
British election: a Eurovision Song Contest for poorly dressed white men
Google Editions will enter the e-book race
Oh Eun-sun: South Korea's top mountain climber, but hardly the only one
Where in Pakistan did Faisal Shahzad learn bomb-making skills?
Infiniti G35 recalled due to airbag problem
Thai red shirts refuse to back down despite PM's reconciliation plan
Finding how to love my mother-in-law