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Monitor Articles for February 18, 2011
House descends into federal budget-cutting chaos, just as planned
Stephen Colbert vs. Arianna Huffington: what their spat is really about
If Obama opposes Israeli settlement activity, why did US veto UN vote?
Even the Rain: movie review
Frankie and Alice: movie review
Vidal Sassoon: The Movie: movie review
Apple says subscriptions. Feds say antitrust: report
Is the Big Dipper scooping dark matter?
Geomagnetic storm activity increasing, catastrophe looming?
UberTwitter axed. Why did Twitter target the popular app?
Wisconsin protests: why 'week of rage' matters to rest of America
Could Indonesia's democracy be Egypt's model?
Should HP bet big on cloud computing?
Q&A with OMB Director Jacob Lew
Yemen, awash in guns, wary about unrest
In Ecuador's landmark $9 billion judgment against Chevron, all sides unhappy
Bassmaster Classic 2011: Super Bowl of fishing takes to tricky Louisiana bayou
Stars hurtling through space could someday mess up our cosmic neighborhood
Mexican drug gang Zetas suspected in US special agent killing
Obama touts high tech, business investment at Intel in Oregon
Brazil's floods force urban planning rethink
Surfing in the winter
Daytona 500 starting lineup features Dale Earnhardt, Jr., 10 years after dad's death
Why Russia's Medvedev can't seem to deliver
Wisconsin anti-union bill is a shameful attack on workers’ basic rights
African leaders move to quash dissent before it can form
A Royal menu
Wonder Woman: Adrianne Palicki to star in David E. Kelley's new TV pilot
Egyptians pack Tahrir, reveling in victory – and bringing new demands
From Libya to Bahrain, Mideast autocracy under fire
How can Obama save our economy and our democracy? Humanities education
Charter schools are the Justin Bieber of education reform – a fad gone too far
Bahrain cracks down hard, breaking from Egypt's model
Hong Kong's largest housing project is getting a new face
Lighter side of the immigration debate: fact-checking gems from YouTube
The Monitor's View
Middle East could pivot on Bahrain protests
Federal budget fine print: $85 million to inspect eggs, more for OMB
Sudan's referendum is over, but the country still needs attention
Budget baloney: Social Security isn't to blame for deficit
Uganda election: Four reasons donor nations won't turn their backs on President Museveni
Jon Huntsman, US ambassador to China, has long stood by jailed Chinese-American
How much do you know about China? Take our quiz.
Liam Neeson plays an action hero in 'Unknown': movie review
NPR and PBS aren't free lunches for the poor
Feeling good about bad financial decisions
Scrap minimum wage for young people
Butternut squash and mushroom turnovers
5 books about chucking it all for country living
Madison protest: Unions are angry – but Wisconsin should go even further
Where will Obama find new tax revenues?
The weight of the world on your shoulders
Egypt revolution unfinished, Qaradawi tells Tahrir masses
Deals of the week: Pier One Imports, Pepsi Max, AT&T minutes
'Day of Rage' brings Libya protest deaths to at least 24, says human rights group
Casey Abrams sets the bar for American Idol Hollywood Week solos (video)
After Egypt revolt, Mideast regimes decide to take off the gloves
Steve Jobs joins high-tech meeting with Obama
Reader recommendation: Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand
Interview with Dave Itzkoff, author of "Cocaine's Son"
Stock rally continues, investors buy into market leaders