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Monitor Articles for May 4, 2011

Dunkin' Donuts IPO: Doughnuts to go public
Lessons from the wreckage: How Alabama could help tornado preparedness
Monsoon in the Midwest: Records fall as Mississippi floodwaters rise
Obama visit to ground zero: Can he balance celebration with somberness?
May the fourth be with you: 5 Star Wars technologies that are becoming a reality
Los Angeles Lakers vs. Dallas Mavericks: In Big D, that's D for determination
Stocks end lower in selloff as silver, oil slide
Fukushima prepares for cold shutdown: Will it finally stabilize Unit 1?
Bin Laden and Twitter: Tracking major moments through ones and zeroes
US won't release bin Laden photo: 'We're not interested in ... trophies.'
Data theft: Top 5 most expensive data breaches
France mulls quicker Afghan withdrawal after Osama bin Laden's death
'Geronimo' and Osama bin Laden: What goes into a code name?
Ai Weiwei: Can an artist change society?
How long will Al Qaeda live beyond bin Laden? Lessons from Latin America.
Forex trading: Did US Special Forces just rescue the dollar?
Cinco de Mayo food recipe: Green chicken chilaquiles
After bin Laden: Why the US wants military access to Afghanistan beyond 2014
A third of high school seniors lack basic grasp of civics, US government
Opinion On Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda, US and Pakistan really are on the same team
Obama doubles down on refusal to release bin Laden photos
Osama bin Laden, SEAL books hurtling down the publishing pipeline
Arrests at UK's Sellafield nuclear plant raise concerns about security
Eight reasons why Obama was right not to release photos of Osama bin Laden's body
In Egypt, encryption for free speech
Obama golf shoes could have been clue to bin Laden
Opinion Why I watched Trump and the birthers instead of PBS News Hour
Where will bin Laden 'mother lode of intelligence' lead?
Tucson district in turmoil over state ban on ethnic studies
The Monitor's View The killing of Osama bin Laden: Was capture really an option?
While world focuses on Osama bin Laden's death, Afghan war heats up
In rural Cambodia, water pumps help farmers help themselves
Geronimo was a fearsome foe, but he was no Osama bin Laden
Russia praises bin Laden operation, seeks greater counterterror cooperation with US
Gas prices reach new record in six states
What I do believe about "Three Cups of Tea"
Kentucky Derby chocolate pecan pie
Any place for budget caps?
Life's better for West Africa's mothers these days, but conditions still dire: report
The trouble with 'brute force' budget processes
Opinion Democracy's demise in Latin America: Ecuador on brink of a 'perfect dictatorship'
The power of regional Fed presidents
Pakistan defends its terror record, warns US against future raids
How would you rank America's 300 cities?
Humble solutions to global issues
Radish and apple salad
iMac line refreshed by Apple
A Helluva High Note: Surviving Life, Love, and American Idol
Palestinians optimistic on Hamas-Fatah unity deal
Reader recommendation: The Waiting Years
Bin Laden mansion drew local suspicion for years
Geronimo should not be linked to Osama, say American Indians
Thunderbolt iMac arrives in Apple stores