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Monitor Articles for June 3, 2011
Libya vote: How Speaker Boehner preserved GOP unity and US-NATO ties
Forget the pirates and newbie X-men: This summer is all about the small films
Indiana can't block Medicaid money for Planned Parenthood, feds say
Sarah Palin's bus-ride tale of Paul Revere – with apologies to Longfellow
As Obama hails auto bailout, rise in unemployment rate dampens message
The Paper Garden: An Artist Begins Her Life’s Work at 72
Atheist confab in Ireland comes as Europe confronts religion in public life
The Monitor's weekly news quiz for May 27-June 3, 2011
Stocks close lower for fifth straight week
Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian among those who sign the 'Hollywood Pledge'
Beginners: movie review
Submarine: movie review
Beautiful Boy: movie review
Top Picks: Randy Newman, President Nixon opera, Queen at 40, and more
Designing for dignity
Keep on hunkering down
Jack Kevorkian drove the debate on physician-assisted suicide
National Doughnut Day: A hole-y quest
Natural gas booming in Asia
Lebanese tango through political turmoil
'X-Men: First Class' is a much-needed injection of life
Yemen's Saleh injured in escalating violence as residents scurry for shelter
Carbon taxes: the levy (some) conservatives love
The Monitor's View
What's a college grad worth? Washington starts to ask.
Bleak teen jobs outlook: 25 percent unemployment and stiff competition
John Edwards indictment: a case Justice Department can't afford to bungle
Wolf wars: Can man and predator coexist in the West?
Finding a way to live with wolves
In Germany, a different kind of electronic revolution
Outsourcing isn't free trade with China. It's a free ride for China.
Jobs picture gloomy. Where are bright spots for hiring?
Why the South China Sea is turning more turbulent
Summer of '64: When six-year-olds ruled Major League Baseball
Facing down fear of E. coli
Sukanya in good company: A look at the last 5 National Spelling Bee Champions
Was the auto bailout Mitt Romney's idea?
Sarah Palin vs. mainstream media: Who's winning?
Political misquotes: The 10 most famous things never actually said
New jobs down, unemployment up: Is the economy hitting a pothole or a ditch?
In Yemen, civil war comes to Saleh's door
V.S. Naipaul feels superior to Jane Austen? Sorry, but he's just not
Could US budget cuts mean slashing aid to Africa?
NBA Finals: Dirk Nowitzki, Mavericks come from behind to even series with Heat
Hey! It's National Doughnut Day!
Erik Larson revisits the dark side: interview
Kofi Annan, George Shultz say drug war a failure
X-Men: First Class: movie review
How Kevorkian and assisted suicide fit into America's mixed moral landscape
South Sudan's army contributes to violence, confusion on the ground
Fragile stalemate emerges after fighting in Sudan's Abyei region
We're plugged in – but checked out
Spelling bee champion triumphs with 'cymotrichous'
Sony hackers: Yet another network intrusion
Why Peruvian democracy will survive Sunday's election
Unemployment rate edges up to 9.1 percent
Groupon IPO: Is it the fastest growing company ever?
Roman shipwreck: Giant fish tank in a 2,000-year-old ship?
Defiant Mladic sets stage for contentious war crimes trial
Worms from Hell: How deep do they dig?
NATO renews airstrikes after extending Libya mission by three months
Samsung Exhibit 4G, Gravity Smart break $80 price barrier