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Monitor Articles for March 16, 2011
Ashley Hebert chosen as leading lady for 'The Bachelorette'
Ohio 'jobs budget': Adding insult to injury for labor unions?
Why House Republicans are rushing to slash NPR funding
Japan nears key fix for nuclear plant, but could it come too late?
Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi matches iPad 2 on price
Netflix: The next HBO?
Californians side with Jerry Brown in epic budget battle, poll says
Defense of Marriage Act: Will it go the way of 'don't ask, don't tell'?
Has Sarah Palin peaked? Poll numbers sag, and she's taking GOP friendly fire.
Stocks plunge to 2011 lows on Japan crisis
Angry squirrel terrorizes Vermont town
Will Burkina Faso's protests catch fire like Egypt, Tunisia?
Meltdown 101: A brief glossary of nuclear terms
Japan nuclear crisis: US Navy monitoring health threat to forces
Corned beef and cabbage: Irish restaurants stock up
March Madness picks: Confessions of a 'bracketologist'
Qaddafi's forces encircle last city before rebel capital
Even Michelangelo's David is worried about his weak ankles
As world rethinks nuclear power, Russia to invest $9 billion in Belarus plant
CIA contractor Raymond Davis freed from Pakistan jail on 'blood money'
How the Japan earthquake could change Japan's worldview
NASA probe poised to be first to orbit Mercury
Meltdown 101: Why is Fukushima crisis still out of control?
Corned beef and cabbage slaw sliders: A St. Patrick's Day recipe
Open for business amid Japan earthquake: A French cheese shop stands alone
Across Europe, Japan crisis provokes nuclear rethink
China, Russia stand by nuclear power despite Europe's backtracking
The Monitor's View
Japan nuclear crisis: Why even the emperor speaks out
Food costs soaring in US after harsh winter. Will higher prices last?
St. Patrick's Day recipe: Irish Colcannon
More states correct the mistake of trying juveniles as adults
Teach for America at work in St. Louis
Smaller Walmart stores: A threat to local businesses?
Reports: Lax oversight, 'greed' preceded Japan nuclear crisis
Build a passive income stream, keep the money flowing in
Libya should be Europe's problem – not America's
Japan, Europe markets rebound Wednesday
Our real employment problem? Too many people e-mailing spreadsheets
St. Patrick's Day: 5 great books that celebrate Ireland
What the Japan crisis means for Asian manufacturing hub
Housing starts plunge to two-year low
As recall wave builds, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez first to go
Stocks slump amid global jitters. Tech falls.
In first TV address, Japan's emperor seeks to calm public
Why AT&T is hunting down broadband service hogs
Shrink the government or the deficit?
What will replace Japan's lost nuclear power? Oil.
Protecting childlike innocence
Who will buy Japan's bonds?
Can media piracy be stopped?
Who is winning Afghanistan war? US officials increasingly disagree.
After a disaster: Building a better future
Bahrain expels protesters from Pearl Roundabout
Broadband service: House says no to FCC rules
A gardening opportunity just blew in
Spike in radiation forces Japan to suspend efforts to prevent nuclear meltdown
As Japan nuclear crisis unfolds, a small town questions government reassurances
America Aflame: How the Civil War Created a Nation
Reader recommendation: Man’s Search for Meaning
Lost city of Atlantis may be found in waters off Spain