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Monitor Articles for April 11, 2011
Big diamond: one of five things to watch April 12
Nissan Leaf stumbles out of the gate
Stock market to continue grinding higher: strategists
Pentagon: Central America 'deadliest' non-war zone in the world
Arizona may not enforce key parts of immigration law, court rules
Winklevoss twins fraud case: Is 'Social Network' saga finally over?
Mitt Romney nears presidential bid: How this time might be different
Will Fukushima crisis chill civilian nuclear energy deals?
Tax Day 2011: What's new for homeowners
Should Donald Trump and Sarah Palin run as a GOP presidential ticket?
Deficit reduction: Why it's smart for Obama to jump in late
Winklevoss twins stuck with Facebook agreement
Pia Toscano: What's next for ex American Idol contestant?
One man's crusade to stop toxic sludge dumping in Indonesia
10 best-paid American mystery writers
On the budget, House GOP's fiery freshmen reveal a pragmatic side
Iraq unveils refurbished palace where US soldiers once hung laundry
Roswell FBI memo: Baloney or hogwash?
Blast rocks Minsk subway at rush hour, 7 reported killed
Yuri Gagarin, Space Shuttle anniversaries celebrated on ISS
Japan expands Fukushima evacuation zone. Will residents ever return home?
Democracy update from Egypt
Why the African Union road map for Libya is unlikely to go anywhere
Gas prices rise, demand begins to slip
Nigeria's early election results hint at losses for ruling party
Texas wildfires: why this season is one of the worst in state history
Face veil ban: Will France take a hard line?
The Monitor's View
In budget cutting, how to make foreign aid less vulnerable
Russia, Poland pledge reconciliation at crash site memorial
The battle to become Peru's next president
New findings suggest that dinosaurs had lice
Ivory Coast's Gbagbo arrested, ending months-long standoff
A case for keeping the old, green chair
Iowa tornadoes confirmed, weather service says
How do we know Fukushima isn't a danger to US? Radnet says so.
Right-wing bullies will hold the nation hostage
Rebecca Black's 'Friday': A libertarian allegory
Abigail Falik wants students to take a year off doing good abroad
How seven “lost stories” by Dr. Seuss surfaced on eBay
Meatless Monday: Mustard greens salad, with black-eyed peas
Fukushima update: Major aftershock hits Japan; cash and safes are washing ashore
Tax filing for illegals? In Arizona, it gets dicier.
Rural America: 'If government's the problem, shoot it.'
Who benefits from tax breaks? Every last one of us.
Masters 2011: Is Tiger Woods back?
Inside the boiler room of currency trading
Kenya's journalists vie to make up for years without a free press
A chill blows through the 'Arab Spring'
Any difference between tax breaks and spending programs?
'Road map' to Libya peace comes as both sides show signs of fatigue
The Ben Franklin solution for the coming age of scarcity
Governments shouldn't borrow. Period.
Syrian Army deploys in port city after a violent weekend
Entrepreneurs, beware of 'Quixote Syndrome'
Thoughts about trees for Arbor Day and all year-round
Life and taxes
The Hunger Moon: New and Selected Poems 1980-2010
Reader recommendation: The Cairo House
Earnings season: One of five things to watch April 11
Income tax help with a twist: Move to rural Kansas. No state income tax.
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of April 11, 2011