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Monitor Articles for August 19, 2010
Mortgage rates hit new lows. Will you benefit?
Facebook Places: How it works, and how to turn it off
RIM readying refreshed edition of the BlackBerry Bold
Verizon FiOS TV may be coming to tablet computers
Why Iran's nuclear reactor may not be an immediate threat
Google TV: why Hollywood isn't running scared
The moon is shrinking. No, seriously.
As California budget deadlock drags, state set to pay steep price
When sociology students visit Creation Museum
Gulf oil spill plume stretches 22 miles, not breaking down much
Senator wants tax breaks for private spaceships
Neptune nears completing its first orbit since its 1846 discovery
Stimulus and tax cuts now, smaller economy later, CBO report says
Ground zero and beyond: four mosque battles brew across US
Pakistan floods: Want to help? Click here.
Roger Clemens indicted: How much trouble is he in?
Troops withdraw, but US work in Iraq war unfinished and fragile
Congress is crushing young Americans with future debt. Here's how they can fight back.
ADHD: Has this diagnostic fad run its course?
Why Facebook enjoys explosive growth - despite its many stumbles
Mortgage rates fall to lowest level in decades: Freddie Mac
The Monitor's View
Pakistan flood: Where are Islamabad's Muslim friends and China when it needs them?
How Obama can respond to the popular misperception that he is Muslim
Roger Clemens charged with perjury in steroid case
Why do 1 in 5 Americans think President Obama is a Muslim?
Why South Korea is blocking access to North Korea's Twitter account
Sonic boom over Puget Sound rattles Seattle
McAfee acquired by Intel in push beyond PC chips
Bond bubble or not, bonds are getting risky
Iraq war by the numbers, as last US combat brigade leaves
Gypsies leave France amid crackdown on illegals
Pakistan floods: Why aid is so slow compared to Haiti earthquake
'Pork barrel' spending: A big liability for lawmakers in 2010 election?
Steven Tyler of Aerosmith to be next 'American Idol' judge?
5 famous pork projects: Beer museum and more
Iraq war: Last US combat brigade crosses into Kuwait
Unemployment insurance claims hit 500,000 last week, the worst in 2010
John Mellencamp calls Internet most dangerous invention since atomic bomb
Gypsies in France to be deported to Romania
Flood relief to stricken Pakistan ramps up
Pakistan floods: How new networks of Pakistanis are mobilizing to help
Lori Berenson, convicted American terrorist, sent back to Peru prison
The world must ramp up Pakistan flood aid
Case of soup-kitchen thief fuels critics of three-strikes laws
Life from a laptop
China blast kills seven in restive Xinjiang; Uighur suspected
Pakistan floods: As international aid lags, US announces increase
5 great books about obscure presidents
South Africa's media tribunal: US ambassador weighs in on press freedom
3 noteworthy summer mysteries
Reader recommendation: The Lost Symbol
Egg recall list expands. Check your eggs again.