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Monitor Articles for August 18, 2010
Google Chrome tablet could hit market by Black Friday
Why many Pakistani-Americans aren't sending flood donations home
Obama's Ohio visit points to jobs divide between public, private sector
Sarah Palin vs. Emily's List: a Twitter 'feminist' feud
Roadside crosses for fallen Utah police unconstitutional, court rules
Rod Blagojevich retrial: Can prosecutors succeed with a simpler case?
Ten-foot-tall prehistoric 'terror bird' had a fearsome bite
Federal Reserve: Loans to small businesses easing
19th Amendment: How far have women in politics come since 1920?
Nirvana catalog lawsuit settled
Is America ready for a flood of new vets?
T-Mobile G2 confirmed. Here's what we know so far
South Africa strike: 1.3 million government workers push for wage hike
Bestelling books the week of 8/19/10, according to IndieBound*
A surprise at 'family camp'
Haiti election: Struggle over Wyclef Jean's eligibility could spark crisis
Why US and Pakistan must draw closer
Pakistan flood aid: millions pledged, but it's still not enough
Sexual harassment in Egypt: Why men blame women
Smartphone smudges can reveal password, study finds
Fossils of earliest known animals possibly discovered
Mazda recall affects 300,000 vehicles with potential power steering problems
Ernest Borgnine to get SAG life achievement award
School nutrition: Healthier ingredients, more education for 2010-11
Sonic boom shakes Seattle after F-15s are scrambled
The Monitor's View
Bye-bye Fannie and Freddie, but hello to what?
Washington's 'jungle primary': Trouble ahead for Patty Murray?
Pakistan floods: residents brace for a second wave of problems
Rod Blagojevich was almost convicted by jury
Star Wars fans ask NASA to build a hyperdrive
Survey finds that a third of AT&T iPhone users want a Verizon iPhone
North Korean plane crash in China is shrouded in mystery
"The Catcher in the Rye" film version – should it happen?
Dan Rostenkowski remembered as generous, powerful
Russia's Medvedev talks terrorism, drug trade with Afghanistan, Pakistan leaders
China iPhone workers at Foxconn hold rallies in wake of suicides
Dr. Laura Schlessinger quitting radio show at end of year
Ground Zero mosque debate swirls in world capitals
Ground Zero mosque: America is no stranger to 'strange' immigrants
Brett Favre is back in Minnesota to talk with Vikings
A mother's prayer, a vet's welcome home
Pentagon's China military report 'ignores objective truth,' says China
Cement may pave Africa's road to the future, but will China undercut that, too?
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