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Monitor Articles for September 21, 2010
'Clean cookstove' program aims to improve health of world's women
Twitter hacked? Not really. Here's the scoop.
To meet UN Millennium Development Goals, fight energy poverty, report says
Why the GOP can't steer the 'tea party' bandwagon
Q&A with GOP official Haley Barbour
Blockbuster US arms sale to Saudi Arabia: Will it deter Iran?
Moses' parting of the Red Sea: Is there a physical explanation?
Kirsten Gillibrand the 'hottest' senator? What is Harry Reid thinking?
Alaska's Lisa Murkowski off to a rocky start as write-in candidate
Afghan reporter arrested for talking to the Taliban
Firsthand experience with 'healing gardens'
Will anyone in Colombia buy Ingrid Betancourt's new book?
Watch Northern Lights live from near the Arctic Circle tonight
5 key people to watch in North Korea
Medal of Honor presented to family of Pennsylvania man who served during Vietnam War
Republicans' two-point plan to create jobs: Can it work?
Tropical Storm Lisa forms as Hurricane Igor lashes eastern Canada
Outsourcing to India goes beyond tech support
Interest rates: Fed signals it will take further steps if needed
DREAM Act: Is Harry Reid angling for Hispanic votes?
Bristol Palin briefly impersonates mom on Dancing with the Stars debut (VIDEO)
Nicaragua wakes up to Daniel Ortega's new 'Sandinista Constitution'
Not in the mood for political compromise
Stuxnet malware is 'weapon' out to destroy ... Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant?
Christine O'Donnell and Sarah Palin: Top 5 comedic comparisons
UN Millennium Development Goals: Are they being reached?
Vatican bank probed by Italian police investigating money-laundering
World's oldest man celebrates 114th birthday Tuesday in Montana
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Fisherman's arrest in Asia: China and Japan must not trawl for trouble
Council of Economic Bloggers?
Alexander McQueen remembered by fashion elite
Who will decide Armenia's destiny -- patriots or tyrants?
Reggie Bush injury Monday night could keep him on sidelines for six weeks
Why Sen. Susan Collins is blocking vote on 'don't ask, don't tell'
Home construction jumps 10.5 percent in August
NBER: Recession ended last June
John McCain attacks Pentagon's 'don't ask, don't tell' study
Are Afghanistan elections hurting democracy?
Satellite phone will be sold by AT&T
Button batteries, a rising risk, force Chuck E. Cheese toy recall
Gold prices rise, but up or down, gold's always around. Unlike stocks.
Witchcraft? Rent money? Christine O'Donnell's big problem: she's behind.
Philippe Croizon, a quadriplegic amputee, swims across the English Channel
New volcano probes: Journey to the center of the Earth?
A startup indie radio station gains a toehold in an unfriendly universe
Well, now that that's over...
Christine O'Donnell and Tolkien: the strange place where politics meets literature
What's the best way to create more jobs?
Colin Powell says illegal immigrants have worked on his house and they should have a chance at citizenship
Catholic Church backs Muslim struggle to build Milan's first mosque
Warning bells of deflation
College tuition high, but cost of not going is higher
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of September 20, 2010
Gold prices steady, awaiting Federal Reserve meeting Tuesday
Donald Rumsfeld memoir, 'Known and Unknown,' will come out next January
Faking = cheating? The curious case of Derek Jeter
Race and what truly matters
Christine O'Donnell: OK to use $20,000 in campaign funds to pay her rent?
Afghanistan helicopter crash makes 2010 deadliest year in Afghanistan war
In restless Kashmir, desire for independence grows
Immigration reform heats up again as elections and trials approach
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