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Monitor Articles for July 20, 2011

Real estate stocks' gloom can't dim Zillow IPO
Obama open to short-term deal on debt ceiling. Here are five ideas.
News Corp. announces new code of ethics. Will it make a difference?
Alleged Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan faces March 2012 trial
Is Tim Pawlenty turning Michele Bachmann's health into political fodder?
GOP candidates debate on Twitter: What could they say in 140 characters?
Lessons from the Minnesota shutdown: Was it even necessary?
Why New York's 'Silicon Alley' may never match Silicon Valley
'Tales from a dead man': 9/11 revenge killer set to be executed
Allen West calls Democratic leader 'vile' and 'despicable.' What set him off?
Senate hearing chronicles costs of DOMA: lost dignity, financial ruin
Skydiver's iPhone 4 survives 13,500-foot fall
Heat wave: How cities are trying to help the homeless survive
From 'Ninja Wendi' to 'daft hysteria,' UK press turns a sharp pen on Murdoch and Co.
Stocks dip after biggest day in a year
West on Highway 198
Provincetown art colony: Where light, water, and art meet
Apple of whose eye?
Will NYC's bet on innovation pay off?
How Yao Ming brought China onto the court
Opinion If I could have lunch with Rupert Murdoch
Why Nigeria's tactics with the militant Boko Haram may not work
Can Europe find a safe place for nuclear waste?
Why you should care about Gregor Mendel
Rupert Murdoch: Is a pie in the face a legitimate political statement?
Births now surpass immigration as driver of Latino growth in US
Pickled radishes
Apple stock: Would Apple TV send it higher?
Why Russia finally decided that beer is alcohol
Stock market: Stocks mostly down after biggest day of the year
Is Obama winning over Americans in debt-ceiling standoff?
Chilean, Argentinean rights groups' investigations turn up unexpected results
Spotify: Good for music lovers, bad for musicians?
The Monitor's View Shake off 'donor fatigue' to end famine in Somalia
Google Books deal to be reached
Why the UN declared a famine in Somalia (VIDEO)
Apple storms ahead with new MacBook Air, record sales
Six GOP candidates to hold Twitter debate. Here's how to see it.
Pitchfork Music Festival: Fans as important as musicians
Is Afghanistan safer, or isn't it?
Can British Prime Minister Cameron shake phone-hacking scandal's taint?
Syrian refugees describe violent crackdown, sectarian clashes
Opinion Why US should not pay Warren Buffett's Social Security and Medicare
Saving seeds Part II: When and how to collect and store seeds
UN declares famine in Somalia: How to help
'Even when there was a drought, we'd blame him'
Tour de France celebrates 100 years in the Alps with highest-ever finish
Shuttle Atlantis releases tiny satellite before returning to Earth
Currant pie
Best 4 novels set in the world of fashion
Guinea's president survives rocket attack, appeals for calm
Japan's nuclear crisis: Fukushima plant stability in sight?
Pan-Mass Challenge: How cyclists raise the most money for charity
Heat wave: What's behind this summer's record heat?
China, ASEAN reach South China Sea agreement
Forgive and forget?
Wendi Deng saves Rupert Murdoch from foam pie (VIDEO)
Opinion After Borders closes: still room for both e-books and the paper kind
Despite threats, Malawi protesters rally against high prices, corruption
"The Most Beautiful Walk in the World: A Pedestrian in Paris," by John Baxter
Gold prices plummet on debt talk