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Monitor Articles for July 27, 2010
Magic Trackpad: Apple reinvents the mouse
Credit scores slide downward
As Race to the Top competition intensifies, so do education reforms
Warren Jeffs: Utah court overturns polygamist's rape conviction
Marsupials originated in South America, study suggests
WikiLeaks: For public, it confirms worst about Afghanistan
Senate derails campaign finance bill ahead of 2010 elections
Wyclef Jean's uncle to run for president of Haiti
Pakistan's ties to the Taliban: What should Obama do?
Stripped down energy bill leaves out 'cap and trade'
Why Robert Dudley is tailor-made to lead BP past Gulf oil spill
NASA should protect Earth from space rocks, panel finds
Rod Blagojevich 'silly,' but not a criminal, defense says
Is the Taliban really training monkeys to shoot at US troops?
Space rock lovers descend on New York for meteor gathering
Cities' plea: We need $75 billion or we'll lay off 500,000
Nebraska town: Is illegal immigration crackdown worth the cost?
Chevy Volt vs. Nissan Leaf: the electric car price war
Climate change set to boost Mexican immigration to the US, says study
Giant asteroid could threaten Earth just over 170 years from now
Researchers discover that some frogs do belly flops
Q&A with Secretary of Treasury Timothy Geithner
Gulf oil spill: Where has the oil gone?
Ask.com strengthens search engine with real people
Credit card fees: Would capping them really help consumers?
Were EU bank stress tests too weak?
Lessons from my worst money blunders: financial planning and starting a family
Is Wyclef Jean eligible to run for president of Haiti?
Huge retired satellite will pose collision threat for next 150 years
Why tort reform is necessary for economic recovery
The Monitor's View
Europe tightens the world's pincers on Iran with new sanctions
Aretha Franklin and Condoleezza Rice make soulful music together
Immigration law sponsor in Arizona pleased to bring attention to the issue
Japan's yakuza mafia faces a crackdown
BP loses $17 billion, but is worst over as Robert Dudley takes reins?
14-year-old Laura Dekker has Dutch court's -- and her mom's -- permission to sail around the world
Breakthrough for business: End the CEO as we know it.
Ready to work for political change you can count on?
Wyclef Jean, President of Haiti: Do Haitians like the sound of that?
Offshore drilling moratorium: good for the Gulf, bad for the economy?
In the verdict against Khmer Rouge jailer Duch, who and what really got convicted
Recovery Apartheid: as corporate America profits, small business suffers
Laura Dekker has Dutch court permission to sail around the world
What can save Gulf's fragile coastal wetlands? Salt water, perhaps.
African Union summit: As leaders discuss Somalia, fighting rages there
Despite profits, US corporations won't hire American workers
Rod Blagojevich judge: Will step in if lawyer goes too far
Robert Dudley, new BP CEO, says Gulf oil spill is wake-up call for industry
Q&A: Will new Iran sanctions dent Iran's oil industry?
Smartphones and netbook demand help drive profits for chip designer ARM
"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo": casting the new film version
Home prices rise in May, but will gains last?
Seychelles serves up African justice for Somali pirates
Wikileaks reinforces the claim that Pakistan supports the Taliban
New European sanctions on Iran are better than no sanctions
France declares war against Al Qaeda after hostage killed
Credit card fees make the rich richer, study finds
Flood damage pushes Iowa Gov. Culver to add 4 counties to disaster list
Iran is joined by Russia in condemning EU sanctions
Finding meaning amid information overload
Khalid Said case: Is Egypt cracking down on police brutality?
Congress's response to WikiLeaks: shoot the messenger
Why recent US 'conflict minerals' legislation may not help in eastern Congo
Prince Valiant: 1939-1940 (Vol. 2)
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