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Monitor Articles for May 19, 2011
The hunt for antimatter begins at the space station: Will dilithium be next?
FBI considers Unabomber in unsolved 1982 Tylenol-poisoning case
Was Obama's speech too tough on Israel? Republican criticism mounts.
Strauss-Kahn indicted by grand jury, is granted $1 million cash bail
Obama's Middle East speech missed 'historic opportunity,' say many Arabs
Study of US troops in wartime: Morale droops and 'acute stress' rises
Tech stocks: After LinkedIn, IPO boom likely
Obama Middle East Speech: US is with street protesters, not palace dictators
Stocks end higher as LinkedIn soars on debut
The top 10 books of all time
Leftists across Latin America gather for Sao Paulo Forum congress in Nicaragua
Who owns 'SEAL Team 6?'
Obama's speech a 'historic shift' on Israel and Palestine? No.
Can Newt Gingrich save his campaign?
LinkedIn IPO: How boring became bankable
The Monitor's View
Obama Middle East speech: That was the easy part
In Obama's Middle East Speech, a little something for everyone to hate
Is Sin City turning into the Motor City?
Obama's Middle East speech: Good but irrelevant
Conditions in Atlantic ripe for big 2011 hurricane season, US says
A philosophical approach to garden weeds
US home sales fell in April, as tight credit hindered buyers
Strauss-Kahn resignation: Who are his potential successors?
Traveling at the speed of China
Taxpayer cost per each unintended pregnancy: $9,000
Upwardly mobile in Brazil: Pedicures as a path from Rio slum to a mortgage
With Strauss-Kahn out, could a non-European snag IMF post?
It happened so fast: E-books now surpass print book sales at Amazon
Letting Mississippi run its natural course could save New Orleans from hurricanes
Barefoot Power brings solar lighting to off-the-grid areas in East Africa
Thailand's opposition 'red shirts' commemorate deadly crackdown as elections loom
Putting an end to the end of the world
Financing with a printing press: other countries are wary, why isn't the US?
What US sanctions mean for Assad and Syria's crackdown
A slap at Philip Roth – or a dig at American writers?
As l'affaire Strauss-Kahn unfolds, embarrassment and defensiveness in France
With Al Qaeda weakened, US warns about other Pakistani terror groups
China and gold bubbles close to popping? Bernstein thinks so.
What Arabs want to hear (or not hear) from Obama speech
Rhubarb maple crisp
Bin Laden audio belatedly praises Arab Spring
Controversial Three Gorges dam has problems, admits China
American Idol final three: Haley Reinhart falls for Led Zeppelin
401(k): Are you saving enough? Run the numbers.
Allstate buys Esurance, Answer Financial for $1 billion
The Reading Promise
Reader recommendation: Storms of My Grandchildren