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Monitor Articles for August 6, 2010
HP CEO Mark Hurd resigns. Can HP manage fallout?
Horrible fungus driving bug-loving brown bats to extinction
The Wildest Dream: movie review
The Disappearance of Alice Creed: movie review
Middle Men: movie review
Cairo Time: movie review
If BP qualifies for $10 billion cleanup tax break, should it get one?
As Senate breaks for recess, House seethes over unfinished business
Tax holiday: 'tis the season when many states waive sales taxes
Android has helped smartphone market double, study shows
Hiroshima memorial visit: unspoken apology or commitment to disarmament?
Pope Benedict XVI's 30-year campaign to reassert conservative Catholicism
Yoko Ono opposes parole for John Lennon's killer
Israel-Lebanon border clash has Israel complaining of Hezbollah's influence
Unemployment report missing a surge in freelance jobs?
Elena Kagan confirmed as new Supreme Court Justice
Rwanda ex-spy chief says Paul Kagame reaching 'breaking point'
Gay marriage: Why Judge Walker got Proposition 8 ruling wrong
New poll: angry at US, Arabs support an Iran nuclear bomb
Will government help hurt electric cars like the Chevy Volt?
Christina Romer says her White House departure long planned
Wyclef Jean: Preacher's son to rap star to presidential contender
The Monitor's View
Russian drought: When wheat withers, the world squirms
China is a barometer on whether Israel will attack nuclear plants in Iran
Robonaut 2 has 'no relation to Boba Fett' says NASA
On building skills for free
Japanese oil tanker attacked by terrorists, says UAE
Pygmy hippo calf makes its debut at Australian zoo
Net neutrality compromise abandoned by FCC
Tennessee GOP primary: Bill Haslam's win fits Election 2010 trends
Can huge Mojave wind farm boost faltering wind power industry?
US gov't must put people to work
BP oil spill imperils Cajun culture
Unemployment rate shows US 'upturn is nothing great'
Naomi Campbell 'dirty stones' presented to Taylor war-crimes trial
Chinese Missile could shift Pacific power balance
Karangetang volcano spews lava, gas; 4 feared dead
July job numbers make farm work look appealing
Pakistan floods displace millions, aid welcome from US or from militants
Shaq is out: Shaquille O'Neal wants new nickname for Celtics move
Obama preparing for a GOP Congress?
Five books that deliver life – with the boring parts edited out.
Unemployment rate remained flat in July
The Bush tax cuts and small business
Tax-free shopping weekend bill in Mass. signed by Gov.
Christina Romer: second adviser to leave Obama economic team
Google: There are 129,864,880 books in the world. Us: Really?
Hiroshima 65 years later: US attends ceremony, but offers no apology
Michelle Obama visits Marbella, Spain with daughter Sasha
Medicare fund might last 12 years longer than previously thought
Tiger Woods plays his worst round ever at Firestone
Pentagon threatens to 'compel' WikiLeaks to hand over Afghan war data
'Tis the season for vacations
The Madonnas of Echo Park
Obama's popularity may be down in US, but he's even less popular among Arabs
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