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Monitor Articles for June 27, 2011
Medicare: Massive fraud nets doctor 20-year sentence
Immigration law: Another state cracks down on illegal workers
Casey Anthony case: Did a psychic predict where Caylee would be found?
Rod Blagojevich found guilty on 17 counts. Is it a turning point for Illinois?
Violent video games: Do parents want help from a nanny state?
Supreme Court declines to take up Abu Ghraib detainee lawsuit
White House insists taxes must be part of the debt and deficit solution
TSA defends searches of children, elderly, amid fresh complaints
At Pentagon, is change in US Army attire a step back from a war footing?
Pinkwashing: Another gay Middle Easterner who isn't on the level?
GPS tracking device: Supreme Court to consider its use in following suspects
Asteroid 2011 MD buzzes Earth, nearer than some satellites
LulzSec says it's stopped hacking, but criminal case against it gains steam
You just dropped your phone in water. Now what?
Supreme Court: Matching funds in Arizona election law violate free speech
Star Wars Galaxies waves goodbye with an epic endgame
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What next after Supreme Court ruling on violent video games?
Missouri River soaks Nebraska nuclear plant, but it's no Fukushima
World's ugliest dog title goes to Chinese crested-Chihuahua mix
Euro debt news lifts stocks after last week's loss
Will we adapt to climate change?
David Howard dahlia: The search was worth it.
On Michele Bachmann announcement day, a tea party nod to Rick Perry
Citizen action: partnering with conventional news media
Apparent sabotage against Gaza flotilla
Egypt's budding entrepreneurs get boost from US
Bankruptcy protection sought by Dodgers: Will it affect ownership of the team?
Supreme Court strikes down ban on selling violent video games to minors
African food prices: When they rise, why, who they impact the most
Libya's Qaddafi charged with war crimes: a help or hindrance to NATO?
Is the Taliban using girls in suicide bombings?
Top 10 books of 2011, according to Amazon's editors
Echoes of the Balkans
The rising demand for overseas television: America's United Nations of cable TV
Germany says it will talk trade as well as human rights with China's Wen Jiabao
Public libraries fight to stay relevant in digital age
Intense Israeli lobbying stalls Gaza flotilla
Marion Bartoli beats Serena at Wimbledon; Venus, Wozniacki also upset Monday
Wimbledon 2011: Tennis questions, anyone?
Islamic banking stirs up controversy in religiously-divided Nigeria
Are higher education skeptics elitist?
In new sign of trust, Taiwan opens to solo travelers from China
Beyond Japan's Fukushima exclusion zone, shuttered shops speak to radiation doubts
Two key tests for Michele Bachmann and her presidential bid
Sudanese from border region skeptical of newest Abyei agreement
Obama’s Afghanistan withdrawal: another sign of America's decline?
The best movies to watch this summer with your family.
A message for Israel and Evangelicals: Genesis isn’t a policy guide
ICC issues Qaddafi warrant: Key prosecutions of world leaders
To End All Wars: A Story of Loyalty and Rebellion
Ann Patchett will open a bookstore of her own
Marisol Lizelle Salvador lost her brother, but found a life – helping kids in the Philippines
Worried about jobs, college women go 'geek'
Hugo Chavez's brother sounds ominous note about military force
Cambodia's Khmer Rouge genocide trial battles political pressures
Stock prices point up on European debt outlook
Reader recommendation: Assassin's Quest
Nigeria Islamist group Boko Haram blamed for escalating violence
Meatless Monday: Vichysquash chilled soup
NFL lockout: Beware clash of owners
Cambodia: Khmer Rouge tribunal 101
Punctuation? Make mine 'illogical'
You're never unloved
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Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of June 27, 2011