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Monitor Articles for September 16, 2010
The moon as solar system's Rosetta stone?
Senate passes small-business jobs bill, opening tax cut battle
The new poor and the almost-poor: Will poverty rate climb more?
As California sues over Bell salaries, a boon for Jerry Brown
The Monitor's View
After 40 years, the world's women are far more educated
North Korea: McCain presses for answers on its nuclear capability
Can ignoring Hamas lead to Israeli-Palestinian peace?
New world university ranking puts Harvard back on top
World's top 10 universities, Harvard leads again
Mortgage rates: Top 5 cities to catch the wave of low rates
Could Christine O’Donnell actually win in November?
Hillary Clinton winds up Mideast trip: no deal, some hope
Tea Party Express secret weapon: Chuck Norris?
Poverty rate climbs to 14.3 percent, 15-year high
Six lessons for cheap and delicious home cooking
Reading this week's Election 2010 tea (party) leaves: more uncertainty
Election tech: Upstarts like 'tea party' have an edge
Campaigns to hurt Israeli economy really hurt Middle East peace
Kyron Horman probe reorganized by Oregon sheriff
US adds 3.8 million more to ranks of the poor as poverty rate jumps
A warm welcome
PlayStation Move: Can it satisfy the hardcore gamer?
In Howard County, Md., a tie to the Declaration of Independence
Amid mosque dispute, Muslims can look to Irish-Catholics for hope
We’re the kids in America (and we're scared of the stock market)
Israel-Palestinian talks end without settlement deal: What happens next?
German students express themselves with American hip-hop
Fuel-efficient cars offer great deals, depending on how you drive
Foreclosures: Lenders' tactics affect homeowners, home buyers
Epic Mickey: What is it, and when does it arrive?
In the tea-party-free zone: a serious debate on the budget deficit
Obama: CEOs joining to push math, science education
Haiti election commission under scrutiny for ties to President René Préval
Israeli-Palestinian peace talks under threat from Hamas. Can Syria help?
Oprah and Jonathan Franzen make peace
The hidden message of the tea party candidates
BlackBerry era coming to a close?
Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan finally announces reelection campaign – on Facebook
As Obama offers to meet Sudan leaders, culture of mistrust grips Khartoum
Foreclosures dip in Louisiana, but many in US still in trouble
OnStar says new voice commands to cut down on distractions
Roger Waters begins 'The Wall' tour in Toronto
World's Smallest Cow is a mere 33 inches tall
Newt Gingrich dissertation on Congo sheds light on his jab that Obama is 'anticolonial'
Hurricane Karl forms in the Gulf of Mexico
President Obama mistaken for LeBron James, says Leno. Nancy Pelosi as Wicked Witch?
Obama touts US exports plan again, as voters stew over slow economy
David R. Francis
Stock market trading: Computers: 1 Investors: 0
Christine O'Donnell: The GOP establishment's new BFF?
The unintended consequences of 'pragmatic' policy making
North Korea happy after China just bailed them out, say analysts
5 key players in Pakistan's tribal belt
Medal of Honor recipient Salvatore Giunta tells his story
Christine O'Donnell and tea partiers can win: Jim DeMint
Pope Benedict XVI extends hand to a wary Britain
Pakistan's ousted Pervez Musharraf announces return to politics
End tax cuts for wealthy, but put Republicans in Congress, Americans say
Gold prices reach record high on dollar, economy concerns
Top Chef winner makes his mark in tough industry
'America's Got Talent' title claimed by crooner Michael Grimm
6 best food books coming this fall
India draws up new strategy on Kashmir violence as criticism mounts
China, Japan fishing boat row reflects shift in Beijing's approach toward Tokyo
Elizabeth Warren, Wall Street critic, to head new consumer protection bureau
Taking a spiritual stand amid political turmoil
US drones are pounding Pakistan's North Waziristan. Here's why.
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