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Monitor Articles for April 7, 2011
Japan quake reaction: one of five things to watch April 8
iPad 2 could sell at Toys 'R' Us outlets
Why Obama calls GOP plan to delay government shutdown 'a distraction'
YouTube death threat against Rep. Eric Cantor nets two-year prison term
Obama maintains trademark calm amid rising shutdown storm
Cathie Black out as N.Y.C. schools chief in Bloomberg bid to limit damage
UN chief asks Congress to protect funding. Republicans less than thrilled.
Brazil shooting said to be first school massacre in nation's history
Somali pirate gets 25-year sentence: Will it be a deterrent?
Government shutdown 101: Will I still have to file my taxes?
Not driving much? Share your car.
Portugal requests bailout. Will Europe's debt crisis stop there?
Stocks close off lows hit after earthquake
Educate or incarcerate? NAACP pushes states to shift priorities.
Dissidents: Secret factories making key parts for Iran nuclear program
Commodore 64 resurrected and rebooted
A look inside Facebook's massive data center
Atari's Greatest Hits: Is the iTunes app store playing favorites?
Venezuela's Chávez bankrolled Nicaragua with $1.6 billion since 2007
House votes to strip EPA of power to curb carbon emissions
Masters 2011: Rory McIlroy grabs first-round lead Thursday afternoon
Government shutdown 101: What does it mean for veterans?
The Monitor's View
In Libya as in Ivory Coast, will foreign forces oust a violent leader?
Yemen's neighbors step up role in pushing for Saleh's exit
What made taxes taboo?
Mexico mass graves add fuel to public's anger over drug war
Why Wall Street isn’t worried about a government shutdown
Government shutdown 101: What would a shutdown mean for you?
One millionth Prius sold in the US
Glenn Beck leaving Fox: his 10 most controversial statements (so far)
Obesity's hidden factor: high cost of healthy meals
Why France moved forcefully on Ivory Coast, Libya
Portugal bailout: Who's Europe rescuing, and by how much?
Tax advice from a computer: Do you need tax software? Five questions to ask.
Spinach and tomato tortellini soup
Japan earthquake today: Tsunami warning lifted, but Fukushima evacuated
Japan earthquake rattles world markets
Rise of smaller militant cells forces Indonesia to rethink terror strategy
Japan's fishermen struggle to stay afloat amid fish bans, radiated water releases
Masters 2011 marks 75th anniversary of golf's first major
8 best books of April 2011: Amazon editors choose
How Colombia's President Santos made peace with the judiciary
Capsized boat sharpens Europe's concern over migrant influx from Libya, Tunisia
Major magnitude 7.1 earthquake strikes off Japan coast
A "Panda Dad" takes a swipe at the "Tiger Mother"
Have women's heads been getting bigger over the last 300 years?
A government shutdown would rain on our parade
The Masters 2011: Is Tiger Woods ever going to win again?
Amid unrest, Bahrain companies fire hundreds of Shiites
Have we outsourced sexual harassment?
Interest rates pushed up in euro zone despite crisis
As Ivory Coast's Gbagbo refuses to surrender, French rescue Japan ambassador
Optimistic about corporate sustainability
Budget stalemate: Why America won't raise taxes
ECB raises interest rates, but should have let them be
American Idol contestants rock, Paul McDonald peaks
The enduring goodness of Japan
Which party loses in a shutdown?
Wood anemones are delightful shade plants for spring
The deep roots of Libya's psychology of violence
A Covert Affair: Julia Child and Paul Child in the OSS
Reader recommendation: The Virginian
Portugal bailout: one of five things to watch April 7
Antarctic meteorite reveals new mineral