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Monitor Articles for March 31, 2011
Wall Street's scariest day? April 27. Why? A press briefing.
Tax deductions for abortion: GOP chips away
Congress gives first inklings of compromise in budget stalemate
Tea party faithful rally in the rain. Their message to Congress: Get tough.
Could new discovery trump Dead Sea Scrolls? Scholars intrigued but cautious.
Can the US really take a supporting role in Libya operation?
Bad times at the box office: Is it competition, the economy, or bad films?
California budget deal collapse: Did state GOP blow a huge opportunity?
Stocks end mixed. Best first quarter since 1998.
Pentagon: Libyan rebels desperately need help, but don't look to US
Radioactive milk found on West Coast, but levels are 'minuscule'
This week in Southern California gardens: Time to check sprinkler systems
Warren Buffett protegé hit by allegations of illegal stock trading
USS John C. Stennis accident injures 11
South Koreans pause protests to grieve for Japanese
In Ivory Coast, Gbagbo's forces defect en masse: reports
David Foster Wallace's "The Pale King" is released online – before it appears in bookstores
The burning secrets of Robert Bunsen's Google homepage
Arrest of Guatemala's No. 1 drug-trafficking suspect shows growing US role in region
Baseball history at your fingertips in "A Game of Inches"
10 bits of baseball history I learned from "A Game of Inches"
Oil prices: Is $106 the breaking point?
A lesson from Wisconsin, Ohio: Take off the kid gloves, Obama
The five best online April Fools' pranks
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Obama's latest vision on energy security
Insider stock trading case: Rajaratnam bragged on tape
High-level defections, UN sanctions signal possible end for Ivory Coast stalemate
How Syria and other countries use emergency rule to quash dissent
Are Russia's recent hints of reform grounded in real change?
New education push: 1 million volunteers to help struggling students
Libya vs. Bahrain: danger of the West's double standard
Robert Bunsen: The man behind today's Google Doodle
Why don't 'excellent women' write economics blogs?
Budget battle: Four points of advice from Ike
Pakistan attacks reveal widening split between religious parties and militants
MLB Opening Day: Traditional opener in Cincinnati, and Yankees' Jeter goes after record
Gold will become money again
Jobless claims down this week, again
Will Wall Street's social media analyst roll eyes or turn heads?
April Fools recipe: Mock apple pie
Tea party rally to Congress: Spending cuts aren't deep enough
Debating the merits of a press prize for Venezuela's Chávez
Arnold Schwarzenegger back in show biz with 'Governator'
Heading for a double dip
Broiled skirt steak with chimichurri sauce
Yemen's Saleh offers (again) to transfer power: March 31 Mideast update
Credit cards better than debit cards – sometimes
How to save the last tigers on Earth
Pakistani politician blames assassination attempt on CIA, Pakistan government
Youth unemployment and what we can do
What Qaddafi loses with Moussa Koussa's defection
Can Assad thread the needle in Syria?
American Idol contestants take on Elton John, with no safety net
MONITOR QUIZ: Major League Baseball's Opening Day
Reblooming lilacs: The hype and the reality
Stock market in first quarter: best this century?
The Band that Played On: The Extraordinary Story of the 8 Musicians Who Went Down with the Titanic
Reader recommendation: The Elegance of the Hedgehog
9/11 ad pulled for claiming model was at ground zero
Baltic Sea letter in a bottle finally found
Silvio Berlusconi promises evacuation of migrants from island
Beyonce drops father as business manager