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Monitor Articles for July 26, 2010
Canada makes census voluntary. Geek statisticians revolt.
White iPhone 4 delay seen by some as an Apple stall tactic
Where are all the Starcraft 2 reviews?
Ford Explorer: Will consumers pay more for less power?
From 'static kill' to 'bottom kill’: next steps in Gulf oil spill
WikiLeaks documents explosive, but no Pentagon Papers -- yet
ADA at 20: breakthroughs abound, but some attitudes unchanged
Four reasons Tony Hayward is apparently out as BP chief
Why thousands of Verizon customers in New York lost service
WikiLeaks reports on Afghanistan: Do they hurt US national security?
No smoking gun in Blagojevich trial. Will it matter for prosecution?
Is the moon really a 'been there done that' world?
WikiLeaks: Why national security isn't Obama's biggest concern
The Avengers to be directed by Joss Whedon of 'Buffy,' 'Firefly' fame
Why recent US 'conflict mineral' legislation is a good thing for Africa
Khmer Rouge torture chief to appeal: Is he a chameleon or a contrite Christian?
National economic activity slumped in May
Surest sign of 'peacebuilding' in Sierra Leone? A trash truck.
The Tim Pawlenty story: Next stop, the White House?
WikiLeaks shocker? In Kabul, Pakistan support for Taliban is no surprise
What to read about the Khmer Rouge
Large Hadron Collider not large enough, say scientists who want a Humongous Hadron Collider
Carl Icahn plans to sue Lions Gate Entertainment over note exchange
As 2011 Ford Explorer turns heads, so does its marketing campaign
Julian Assange: the hacker who created WikiLeaks
'The View' welcomes President Obama on Thursday
US missile defense satellites pass big test
Gulf oil spill: bye-bye Bonnie, hello 'static kill'
Thailand election traces red shirt, yellow shirt fault line
Comic-Con attendees dazzled by 'Tron,' 'Harry Potter,' and 'Avengers' teasers
Tim Pawlenty: WikiLeaks should not change Afghanistan plans
Amelia Earhart rare photos on display in Hawaii
Kings of Leon cancel show because pigeon droppings bombard stage
Samuel L. Jackson announces 'Avengers' cast
Prison chief allegedly sent inmates to conduct Mexico birthday party massacre
Stock prices swing into positive territory for the year
Americans with Disabilities Act anniversary has quadriplegic congressman presiding over US House
WikiLeaks report fictitious, says Pakistan's ex-spy chief Hamid Gul
Tony Hayward to step down; BP CEO will take job in Russia
How do burrowing moles avoid suffocating? The answer is in their blood.
EU passes unprecedentedly tough Iran sanctions
What to consider before converting to a Roth IRA
Gov. Tim Pawlenty: Sarah Palin can wait 'a lot longer' on 2012 decision
David R. Francis
Deficit-cutting ax may fall on Social Security
A reality check on Obama's bid for zero nukes
Uniform education standards: Momentum grows as more states sign on
Ten years after Camp David, Israel has made peace even harder
Hugo Chávez oil threats: Why Chávez won't cut off oil to the US
The Monitor's View
Wikileaks report of war logs about Afghanistan show why Obama must be on offensive
Al Shabab terror attacks dominate African Union summit
Homes for sale: New home sales rebound, prices keep falling
South Korea keeps wary eye on North Korea during war games
Helping migrant workers prove who they are – and avoid exploitation
The largest rat of all time discovered
Israel signals new cooperation with UN over Gaza flotilla
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" preview shown at Comic-Con
Khmer Rouge executioner found guilty, but Cambodians say sentence too light
Benigno Aquino addresses Philippines, condemns Arroyo and corruption
Tour de France 2010 delivers drama – without the doping
White House: WikiLeaks reports about Afghanistan harm national security
WikiLeaks report harms national security in Afghanistan, says White House
The ghost in the iPad. Why tech becomes us
Al Qaeda kills French hostage in Mali, says Sarkozy has 'opened the doors of hell'
The Fiddler in the Subway
Reader recommendation: The Nazis: A Warning from History
Economic stability now