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Monitor Articles for August 10, 2010
$1 coin, now worth $1.2 million, was hoarded in 1794
Hillary Clinton to Iran: stop using death penalty so much
Rep. Charles Rangel vows to fight ethics trial: 'I'm not going away'
What Federal Reserve did to boost weak economic recovery
House approves $600 million for border: How will it be spent?
Lesson from JetBlue attendant meltdown: overhead bins are sacred
Ted Stevens plane crash: how 'Uncle Ted' reshaped Alaska
Outburst of JetBlue flight attendant: Can flying ever be made civil?
European space probe flies by asteroid, notes that it is really weird looking
How 'Star Wars' changed everything
Robert Gibbs mocks the 'professional left': Is it war?
First move for Colombia's Santos: Reconcile with Venezuela's Chávez
BlackBerry caved to Saudi demands: rights group
Verizon iPhone: Why some say January, and others remain skeptical
Israel's Gaza blockade: Millions of dollars worth of aid piles up in warehouses
Five countries challenging Google
Prime minister of Greece: 'There is real danger in global austerity'
Georgia governor primary: Has Sarah Palin left GOP in disarray?
Global warming, devotion, the lunar calendar: Why this will be one hot Ramadan 2010
14th Amendment: why birthright citizenship change 'can't be done'
Iran: Mass graves dug for US troops to prepare for invasion
House approves jobs bill: Do states deserve $26 billion more stimulus?
Kagame's Rwanda election win is one of recent history's most lopsided
JetBlue attendant: Why judge may not be amused by Steve Slater
Jodie Fisher 'saddened' by HP CEO's ouster
As Google Street View ramps up in Germany, Korea clamps down
Bill Clinton swings through Pennsylvania to help Democrats
Former Sen. Stevens of Alaska dies in plane crash
The Monitor's View
Net neutrality and the Google-Verizon compromise
Is the Senate becoming riper for a Republican takeover?
Fingerprint sharing leads to deportation of 47,000
Michelle Obama Spain trip sparks class resentment
Jobs bill will help teachers, public workers
In graying Japan, scandal over 'missing' 100-year-olds
Supercentenarians around the world
The Fed meeting and deflation: Why the US need not fear the fall in home prices.
Honda recall: Is your Accord or Civic on the list?
Levi Johnston to seek Wasilla, Alaska office for reality TV show
Naomi Campbell knew gift was diamond, says her former agent
Productivity weakens. Time to cheer?
Vanuatu tsunami warning drives residents to higher ground
As UN probe begins, Netanyahu insists force necessary in Gaza flotilla raid
Ted Stevens and eight others on board plane that crashed in Alaska
Rwanda election: Kagame supporters celebrate landslide win
Fatherhood, not marriage, is focus of Obama family policies
Afghanistan war: UN report blames insurgents for rise in civilian deaths
Tony Judt: an appreciation
Mainstream news media: not dead yet
Is Hezbollah right that Israel assassinated Lebanon's Rafik Hariri?
Ideological bigotry: Are you part of the problem?
Violent eruptions on the sun mean more spectacular auroras for Earth
Pop-Tarts Sushi fuels Pop-Tarts mania at flagship store
Japan makes an apology to South Koreans for its 1910-1945 colonial rule
Koreans warm to historic Japan apology on colonial rule – but want more
As UN Gaza flotilla inquiry opens, a chance for improved Turkey-Israel relations?
South Korea warns North Korea after artillery barrage
Chinese pity the sun-tanned vacationer: me
Meteor shower over Alabama heralded by large fireball
JetBlue attendant arrested after leaving plane by emergency chute
Skype: Will investors buy if customers are hooked on free?
Michael Bennet faces insurgent uprising in Colorado Senate primary
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