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Monitor Articles for April 12, 2011
Tax Day 2011: Schedule M could be worth up to $800
Orlando can restrict feeding the homeless, rules 11th Circuit
Can Pakistan force US to back off special ops and drone attacks?
Tax Day 2011: When did America levy its first income tax? The Civil War.
From 'Glory' to 'Gone With the Wind,' fascination with Civil War endures
NASA space shuttle: Coming to a city near you?
Uncle Sam wants you ... to reach out to help America's military families
What is YOUR favorite Dr. Seuss book?
Spending deal revealed: What got cut to avoid a government shutdown?
How can Fukushima crisis be rated as severe as Chernobyl?
Free cone day: Civil War history in ice cream?
Yuri Gagarin went into space 50 years ago. When will you get your turn?
France's burqa ban: 5 ways Europe is targeting Islam
EU and France to inject $840 million to jumpstart Ivory Coast economy
Is Trump a Scrooge? A review of his charitable foundation does not impress.
Schools facing rise in homeless students
Jerry Brown's first 100 days: 'If he can't make it, where else can we turn?'
Orange Prize for fiction 2011 shortlist
The Monitor's View
A more assertive France in Africa
Why I drive an old car
Nicholas Cage's comic book is found, but the thief is still at large
In a league of their own
Fort Sumter cannons sound again: the Civil War 150 years later
Qaddafi's credibility gap
Unlike US home prices, UK prices go up. A bubble?
Royal wedding mania spreads to China
China's role in realizing 'Latin America decade'
Africa's 'Iron Lady' revitalizes Liberia
House GOP looks ready to shrink US role in Medicare. Is Obama?
OMG! OED makes headlines with new words
Where the Cows Sleep
Fukushima gets worst crisis rating. But how much radiation has been released?
Nairobi's manufacturing center showing signs of growth once again
Enjoying rose gardens Down Under
Vivian Maier: Amateur with a Sharp Eye
Applebee's to retrain workers after 'kiddie cocktail' mixup
Five new technologies that will change the world (and win at Jeopardy!)
Small is big: a cellphone chip that allows monthly battery charge
Yuri Gagarin, the first human in space, gets the Google Doodle treatment 50 years later
Five famous jailed dissidents in China: Ai Weiwei to Liu Xiaobo
What the world can do now for Ivory Coast and Ouattara
Taiwan close to passing luxury tax in response to widening wealth gap
Tax Day 2011: Checking on your refund? There's an IRS app for that.
Top Picks: 'The Best of Leon Russell,' Nintendo's 3DS game system, a new novel from Henning Mankell, and more
Mexico drug war's latest victim: the lime
The Monitor's View
King James Bible as a catalyst
A book that brought God closer
Air France A380 jumbo jet clips Delta aircraft (video)
10 most frequently challenged books of 2010
Q&A with John McCain: Libyans paid price 'in blood' waiting for no fly zone
The surprising factors behind Asia's renaissance
Alassane Ouattara begins difficult task of reuniting, rebuilding Ivory Coast
Forgotten underclass: part-time workers
Belarus seeks two in terror attack that baffles security experts
Libya turmoil highlights US military spending. Next step: cuts.
Civil War anniversary: 13 questions 150 years later
Author who dared criticize Singapore's death penalty appeals sentence
Why Fukushima isn't Chernobyl, despite rise in crisis level
Pakistan demands drawdown of US drones, CIA agents
Ivory Coast: Ending "big man" rule
A food crisis and healing answers
Bond fund (and many others) bearish on US debt
Debit-card scams: more frequent, more aggressive
Why Ivory Coast's economic comeback could be brisk
Civil War recipes: Hardtack crackers and Confederate Johnny cake
Jerusalem, Jerusalem: How the Ancient City Ignited Our Modern World
Reader recommendation: Loving Frank
Yuri Gagarin: film celebrates first human space flight [VIDEO]