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Monitor Articles for August 4, 2010
iPhone 4: Most users are satisfied, 'death grip' or not
On eve of Madden 11 release, NFL players slap EA with suit
Prop. 8 overturned: Why Vaughn Walker ruled against gay-marriage ban
Labrador: lure of 'the land God gave Cain'
Proposition 8: federal judge overturns California gay marriage ban
'Ground Zero Mosque': Islamophobic extremists are fueling the controversy
Missed Tuesday's northern lights show? Another is on its way.
Gulf oil spill not 'gone' -- close to half may still lurk in Gulf
US-born Shaker Masri arrested: wanted to blow up 'infidels,' FBI says
Senate set to pass $26 billion rescue package for states
Why the well in Gulf oil spill is no longer a threat
Billionaires pledge $125 billion to Bill Gates charity drive
Lightsaber lawsuit: What lightsaber would George Lucas pick?
Colombia offers clues for solution to Mexico drug war
Giving up guerrilla warfare for good grades in Colombia
Static kill plugs Gulf oil spill leak, but much work remains
Restoring cemeteries, Polish convicts find Jewish community past and present
Lost in translation? American movies get dubbed in the Middle East
Proposition 8 overturned by federal judge. Next stop: Supreme Court?
iPhone 4 vs. BlackBerry Torch: How do they compare?
Is racism at heart of Connecticut shooting? Answer still unclear.
Proposition 8: Should a judge or voters decide gay marriage rights?
Missouri voters stage revolt against Obama health-care reform
For-profit colleges hit with claims of fraud, aggressive recruiting
Is the earth's core moving eastward?
2010 elections: Another incumbent falls in primary
Home appliances get tough new efficiency standards
Food stamp participation up 21% over 2009
Virginia follows lead of Arizona immigration law, carefully
Is Obama's activist phase over?
Kenya referendum monitored by SMS and Twitter
Can the Fed unload its toxic assets successfully?
US races to trump militants in getting aid to Pakistan flood victims
No more 'GMO' chicken from South Africa, says Zimbabwe. Now to see if there is such a thing.
Scientists recreate ancient mysterious blob
Ahmadinejad assassination attempt: Why a new leader wouldn't change Iran much
Yao Ming, others will appear in short film promoting China
Kashmir protests: Intifada comes to Kashmir
Is migration necessary for recovery?
Pakistan violence: Arrests of Islamists in Karachi may not actually signal crackdown
Laura Dekker heads out to sea again
Using competitors to your advantage
The bygone middle-class golden era
Consumers holding back on spending – and that's a good thing
European Union's move on Internet privacy
The Monitor's View
Private eyes are watching you (surf the Web)
Wyclef Jean, president of Haiti? He's officially running now.
Phoenix plane crash results in fatality
Solar tsunami: Is the sun waking up?
Saudi Arabia to enact first BlackBerry ban on Friday
South Africa corruption: Praise for 'historic' sentencing of former police chief Jackie Selebi
Cape Town Book Fair: London's loss was Cape Town's gain
Internet security: Behind BlackBerry ban, rising concerns over smartphones
Kenya referendum: Voters cast ballots, tensions high
Toyota posts profits. Is the boost big enough?
Obama's birthday: a time to fundraise, count gray hairs
Floods in Pakistan
Did Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad just survive an assassination attempt?
Pakistan President Zardari arrives in London, sparring with Cameron continues
Toyota posts $2.2 billion profit, lifts forecast despite sluggish US recovery
Israel-Lebanon clash: Did Israeli soldiers step into Lebanese territory?
Pakistan floods: Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Islamists linked to India's Mumbai attack, offer aid
Dreaming in Chinese
Reader recommendation: Hellhound on His Trail
Student loans offer a rare break this fall: lower interest rates