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Monitor Articles for June 2, 2011
Moving a mountain of debt
Anthony Weiner: Were his dreams of being mayor just Twittered away?
On the stand, Rod Blagojevich offers a few barbs and a lot of bluster
Gmail breach: Eight tips to protect your e-mail account
Shaquille O'Neal: basketball's larger-than-life big man calls it a career
Anthony Weiner Twitter hack? What he should have done.
Best US cities for college graduates
National Spelling Bee: Competitors ease tension with hugs and high-fives
100 tweet apology settles Malaysian defamation case
NBA Finals exam: Test your knowledge of pro basketball history
Syed Saleem Shahzad killing: Pakistan spy agency denies role
Stocks close mixed ahead of jobs report
How attack on Google's Gmail skirted US security roadblocks
Powerball numbers: Why do lottery winners keep working?
Teaching creationism: Louisiana law that skirts US ban survives challenge
Yemen 101: Who's who in the escalating conflict
Will a personal plea from Geithner sway GOP freshmen on debt ceiling?
GOP seizes on Kucinich idea as a way to condemn Obama on Libya
Facebook lawsuit: Zuckerberg says evidence is phony
Do urban farms reduce runoff and save water? Seeing Green is finding out
Adjustable rate mortgages can be dicey if money's tight
The Monitor's View
Germany's costly decision to give up nuclear power
'Nollywood' brings home-grown success to Nigeria
May I take your trash?
A morning with Oscar
Steve Jobs plans for a comeback at WWDC next week
Words with a watery background
'The Hunger Games' trilogy to be split into four movies
The 'Great Unemployment Mystery' continues
Daniel Stein, Interpreter
Reader recommendation: 'Foster' by Claire Keegan
Windows 8 will be very, very tablet-friendly
Nutritional coup: 'My Plate' replaces USDA food pyramid
Election 101: Nine facts about Mitt Romney and his White House bid
Wal-Mart coming soon to an African country near you
Bradley Cooper will star alongside Ryan Gosling in 'The Place Beyond the Pines'
How to get Washington's attention
Why Japan's Prime Minister Kan survived ouster bid
German nuclear shutdown will damage European economy
Why James Tate now gets to go to prom – but passed on the free tux
Identity theft on tax returns soars
'Glee' actors shed light on writers' methods
Massachusetts tornado: What are deadly tornadoes doing way up in New England?
Disney is already searching for 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' director
South Africa moves ahead with bill to limit freedom of information
E. coli: Europe lambasts Russia's ban on EU vegetable imports
Mexico's political parties pledge to 'guard' candidates from corruption
Trailer released for Sci-fi drama 'Another Earth'
Mitt Romney is officially in. Will he do better this time?
Power pop band, The Nines, release album 'Polarities'
East coast tornado, storms kill four in Mass., towns digging out
No time for a flesh-and-blood book club? Try the Twitter variety
Director Julie Taymor speaks at 360/365 Film Festival
'Silent raids' and E-Verify immigration enforcement are destroying US farms
Woolly mammoth may have interbred with elephants
Here comes Obamacare's Big Brother: Accountable Care Organizations
Activist offers GPS 'life preservers' for illegal migrants crossing US-Mexican border
Stock markets take a battering
Instead of a traditional wedding cake, a tier of cupcakes
Australia considers livestock ban to Indonesia due to animal cruelty
Saleh deploys US-trained counterterrorism forces as tribes escalate fight
Stock market plunges. Time to worry yet?
A constant caring power
Three ways to ensure a movie becomes a blockbuster in China