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Monitor Articles for April 27, 2011
Cyberespionage: US finds FBI agents in elite unit lack necessary skills
White iPhone 4 arrives. What took so long?
How Kate Middleton and Prince William could hurt marriage in the US
'Dixie Alley' as dangerous as the better-known Tornado Alley, say scientists
How Leon Panetta could change Washington as next Defense secretary
Three reasons why President Obama finally released his birth certificate
Ben Bernanke pulls back curtain on Federal Reserve in first-ever briefing
White iPhone 4: The antidote to Apple's privacy troubles?
If Palestinian rift is healed, does that help US aims in Middle East?
Three Cups of Tea: Educators mull halting support for Pennies for Peace
The Voice versus American Idol
Arab spring pushes Palestinian rivals Hamas and Fatah to reconcile
NBA playoffs: Grizzlies look to claw past Spurs to reach Round 2
Why many Venezuelans scoff at Chávez's minimum wage hike
Taking care of soil and weeds in Southern California gardens
As Sierra Leone celebrates its 50th birthday, a look back
Obama releases birth certificate: Will that stop birthers?
Royal wedding mystery: In TiVo era, why do Americans want to watch it live?
Tibetan exiles elect Harvard lawyer to take over Dalai Lama's political role
As Petraeus exits, US interests in Afghanistan far from secured
The Monitor's View
Bernanke press conference: a less-reserved Federal Reserve
At Supreme Court, another ruling in favor of corporations, critics say
Rio's shantytowns shrink – on Google Maps, at least
CEOs tend to have names like 'Peter,' 'Bob,' and 'Jack,' according to LinkedIn
Economic hardship drives Greeks into the ground
Obama's long-form birth certificate: proof too late?
Why Americans can't stop obsessing over the royal wedding
Did Federal Reserve just tip its hand to a third round of easing?
Bond prices edge up after Fed meeting
'Drop out of school': Does that advice work in South Africa?
NFL draft: Most have Newton going first Thursday night
Wedding bells quiet Irish antipathy toward British royals – for now
NFL Draft: 12 questions to test your expertise
SETI puts E.T. on hold
Nigeria's elections a vast improvement of 2007 sham polls
What Obama's security team shakeup could mean for Afghanistan
Are cellphone apps and Facebook the key to empowering African youth?
Birth certificate released: Did Donald Trump just school President Obama?
No.1 US priority in Middle East: regime change in Iran
Five key questions: How the London police plan to protect the royal wedding
A different kind of riches
Royal wedding mania takes hold from Mexico to Missouri
Ben Bernanke press conference: chance to repair Federal Reserve's image
China's super rich show doubt about country's economic future
Who's to blame for rising oil prices? Speculators
Kabul airport shooting raises questions about readiness, loyalty of Afghan soldiers
It's official: White iPhone 4 goes on sale Thursday
Obama birth certificate released – Donald Trump claims credit
Both Uganda's protesters and its government draw lessons from Egypt revolution
Ben Bernanke, are $5 Wheaties a fluke?
Classic cream scones
Will and Kate publishing frenzy
Can per capita income outweigh GDP?
Balkan Gypsies captivate Berlin
Top Picks: Alison Krauss's 'Paper Airplane,' 'The Dark Knight' on Facebook, and more
That Early Morning Jazz
Lost in Shangri-La: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II
It depends on what the meaning of 'here' is
Art of the deal? It's chewing the fat.
Is the corporate tax going away?
Reader recommendation: Running the Books
Why gardens have gates
The wageless recovery
The Fed speaks: Five times Federal Reserve chairmen made waves with words
Taiwan softens anti-China stance with moderate presidential candidate
A spiritual, higher view
Caramelized shrimp and pork belly
Interest rates: Will the Fed signal a boost?
Britain presses Syria's Assad on promised reforms
Amenhotep III statue unearthed in Egypt
S&P downgrades outlook on Japan's debt
Smartphones: What tracking means for you
Silvio Berlusconi agrees to bombing raids on previous colony, Libya
Bernanke center stage: one of five things to watch April 27