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Monitor Articles for January 28, 2011
Ozzy Osbourne teams up with Justin Bieber
Bob Seger announces tour and new album
Egyptian army storms museum to protect from looters
In Cairo, Egypt, a street-eye view on a day of 'revolution' and high hopes
Rahm Emanuel: Will big bucks decide the Chicago election?
Obama to Hosni Mubarak: Egypt protests must bring reform
Biutiful: movie review
The Housemaid: movie review
Tuition breaks for illegal immigrants? Montgomery College faces lawsuit.
Egypt unrest: How do you shut down Internet service in an entire country?
Seven bills and seven ways to reduce each one
Smartphone apps you really want ... from the IRS!?
Obama on health care law: Where he and Michele Bachmann may agree
Why Egypt protests unnerved the stock market today
Why senators are avoiding the Tea Party Caucus
Think you know Europe? Take our geography quiz.
A garden by the sea
OpenLeaks: WikiLeaks competitor opens for business
Why Palestine papers didn't spark outrage against Abbas's government
Ford Motor Company: Huge profits, but stock falls
Facing sanction, Tour de France's Contador 'no longer believes' in doping system
Protests in Egypt: Hugs and kisses
The Monitor's View
Protests in Egypt are at least a mental liberation for Arabs
Christa McAuliffe: How her legacy lives on
Medicare: Time to privatize? GOP ponders.
India makes space for art among its 1.4 billion people
LinkedIn files for IPO: What you need to know
GDP report shows economy is expanding
Can economy's 2010 growth spurt last? Five clues.
South Sudan welcomes outside help as it begins building a nation
Sundance Film Festival: Oprah, Belafonte, and some indie gems in drama and documentary
Sheriff could face recall for 'vitriol' comments after Tucson shooting
Egypt protests: US speaks again, but no one seems to be listening
What it will take to balance the budget
Goodbye Lenin? Russians consider burying former Soviet leader's corpse (finally).
For Albania's disaffected youth, political feud illustrates why they flee
Among France's Tunisians, elation and worry
Christa McAuliffe honored by NH school on Challenger anniversary
Challenger explosion: How President Reagan responded
Lord of the Rings IV? No, just a pot catapult on US-Mexico border. [video]
Drive for education reform has teachers unions on the defensive
Government should stay out of the medicine cabinet
Ronald Reagan's speech following the Challenger explosion
Will democratic movements in Tunisia and Egypt heed lessons of Iran's revolution?
Economy is changing, not recovering
After battling Australia floods, waterlogged citizens now fight insurers
Want to change our national discourse? Don't be a slave to it.
Tea Party Caucus in Senate very small, very enthusiastic
Remembering the Challenger: Five ways it changed spaceflight
Fiery homemade kimchi
Space shuttle program remembers Challenger disaster 25 years ago
Anthony Hopkins wants to play Hitchcock on screen
Foreclosures on the rise: Is your city on the Top 10 list?
Egyptians flood the streets, defying police and calling for regime change
Green energy vs. the dirty status quo
In Arizona, a bid to block citizenship for illegal immigrants' 'anchor babies'
China embraces an old Western tradition ... property taxes
Live blogging the Egyptian uprising
US military's last barrier to equality: ban on women in combat
Moscow bombing prompts scrutiny of airport security worldwide
Getting students to spit out the gum and act professional
American Idol finds Lauren Alaina in Nashville: Is she the next Idol?
From old patterns to new discoveries
Egypt shuts down Internet, rounds up opposition leaders as protests start
Corporate taxes: Cut rate? Sure. But loopholes?
Could there be a liberal resurgence in Pakistan? Lawmaker Sherry Rehman says she's working on it.
O: A Presidential Novel
Reader recommendation: The Age of Gold