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Monitor Articles for March 3, 2011
Health care: California sees 15 percent rate hike
Budget cuts: White House says it has come halfway to meet GOP
Ohio's union bill is tougher than Wisconsin's, so where is the outrage?
Charlie Sheen on Twitter: How much more damage can he do?
Johnny Depp stars in 'Rango,' as a chameleon: movie review
From Libya's Qaddafi to Sudan's Bashir: Key International Criminal Court inquiries
On Libya-Tunisia border, refugees plead for help to go home
Judge chides Obama for ignoring health-care ruling, urges fast-track appeal
WikiLeaks suspect: Where Army sees traitor, some see whistleblower
BYU basketball player suspended: sports world shocked – and impressed
New Bible to replace 'holocaust,' 'booty,' and 'cereal.' Why?
Hugo Chávez stands by his man, Muammar Qaddafi. But can he bring peace to Libya?
Nuggets from Buffett
Gas prices out of control? Seven ways lawmakers could help – or hurt.
Mistaken for mercenaries, Africans are trapped in Libya
Take the fight to Qaddafi? In eastern Libya, not yet.
Home prices falling to level of 1890s
Ivy League diplomas still worth price of admission?
iPad owners chuck original to get iPad 2
Newt Gingrich: What's he 'exploring,' anyway?
The Monitor's View
Save America's foreign policy budget
As world focuses on Libya, more than 100 killed in Sudan border town
Six things to remember about taxes and small businesses
AT&T or Verizon: Which iPad 2 data plan is best?
Moves to rein in child pornography meet resistance in Japan
Obama to Pentagon: Give me a list of options to protect Libyans
Bernanke: Don't blame Federal Reserve for record-high food prices
Gmail is down? Not anymore, Google says.
What recourse now to Westboro Baptist Church's rude protests?
Ford details fuel leak and electrical issues behind pickup, SUV recall
Uganda election was reality check for Africa, West
At the heart of the Arab revolts: a search for dignity
Who has the fastest warplane? Russia tests another supersonic T-50 fighter.
Bestselling books the week of 3/3/11, according to *IndieBound
In Ivory Coast, Gbagbo cranks propaganda machine into full gear
The new Egypt, where the PM resigns on Facebook
What will history books say about the post-bubble era?
US-Mexico ties: Tensions simmer beneath Calderón's visit to White House
Should the tax rate of fuel depend on price?
US to Nicaragua's opposition: We can dance, but you lead
Foreign aid isn't foreign. It's American.
Zombie ants: How a fungus takes control of carpenter ants
"A Dance with Dragons" will finally appear – George R.R. Martin fans rejoice!
South Korea hosts war games as debate grows over North's nuclear arsenal
Mexico's Calderón meets Obama to showcase close ties. Is it just a show?
In Yemen, a tentative road map for Saleh's departure
As Arab strongmen exit, will democracy really take root?
Interest rates: Europe could see hike in April
This time, murder of Pakistan minister spurs condemnation from Islamic clerics
Nations weigh imposing no-fly zone on Libya
Libya crisis: Intervention may be unavoidable
American Idol: Will Pia Toscano survive America's vote? Why judges say, 'yes.'
Four plants that shine in midwinter
Calling all healing heroes
VW microbus: Will VW bring back '60s icon?
Ford recalls 35,000 pickups, crossovers
Report on China's 'Jasmine Revolution'? Not if you want your visa.
Egypt PM resigns, but protesters vow to stay in Tahrir Square
Reader recommendation: The End of the Long Summer
Eastern cougar declared extinct by US government