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Monitor Articles for August 26, 2011
Danica Patrick officially heads to NASCAR
Inequality dragon rears its head. Again.
Decreased worker wages will hurt stock market
Rallying cry for hurricane Irene preparations: not Katrina, not again
'Bridesmaids,' 'The Help' draw women audiences – and big box-office numbers
When can you eavesdrop on police? Chicago case exposes legal gray area.
Flight cancellations could top 10,000. Here's what to do if Irene cancels yours.
Why inflation numbers aren't always comparable
How many presidents felt earthquakes in the White House?
Robo-Rover? California bill would require microchips implanted in pets.
Libyan rebels send brigade to negotiate surrender of Sirte
Power outages after hurricane Irene: Are utility crews prepared for them?
Stocks close high following Bernanke speech
Libya rebels, triumphant in Tripoli, now face a different kind of battle
Hurricane Irene winds diminish, but a sloppy Category 2 still expected
In an island nation, living in fear of the water
Which is cheaper: hot water or the microwave?
Seven Bolivian Mennonites sentenced to 25 years for rape
The Interrupters: movie review
Brighton Rock: movie review
Low rates squeeze savers. Should Fed hike them?
The Monitor's weekly news quiz for Aug. 22-26, 2011
Libya's rebels say, again, that they've cornered Qaddafi
Monterrey casino massacre shocks Mexico
Apple's new CEO: Who is Tim Cook?
Ben Bernanke optimistic that economy can avoid another recession
Hurricane Irene: big storm, but its economic punch?
Cheney's memoir: few apologies, some evasion, and critical words for Condi Rice
Why Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe won't pardon the West Memphis Three
Hurricane Irene: Are surfers crazy to love hurricanes?
GDP shows weak expansion
Nigerian Islamist militants claim UN attack
Solar firm taps social-media expert to spur a 'rooftop revolution'
George Pataki isn't 11th GOP presidential candidate, after all
The Monitor's View
A calm preparation for hurricane Irene
For tourist and grizzly bear, a team of referees
How much do you know about America's landmarks? Take the quiz.
Window for hurricane Irene preparation 'quickly closing'
Revised US growth rate: just 1 percent in second quarter
New species emerge as rebels fade from Colombia's rainforest
Hurricane prep: Are you smarter than a storm tracker? Take our quiz
Why aren't African leaders giving more for famine relief?
Vera Farmiga directs, stars in 'Higher Ground': movie review
How to read "Area 51"
Ben Bernanke announces more monetary stimulus
Six Southern cookbooks
Our Idiot Brother: movie review
In hurricane Irene bull's eye, coastal North Carolina braces
Libya's rebels struggle to control Tripoli
The perennial vacation question: Why don't we just move here?
Beijing school closures leave thousands of migrant children without classrooms
Libyan boy starts his own news agency, elbowing past foreign correspondents
The Persistence of the Color Line: Racial Politics and the Obama Presidency
Rick Perry's 'Texas miracle': a demographic quirk?
A new alien diamond planet discovered
Baseball's top numbers guy tackles true crime
Steve Jobs: One of the greatest business leaders?
Will Bernanke announce another round of quantitative easing?
Hurricane Irene carries threat of inland floods, not just coastal surge (VIDEO)
Hurricane Irene and safety in a storm
Drug tunnel found in Arizona, but it's no fancy, million-dollar underground corridor
What happens next in Libya? America's five greatest concerns.
Hurricane Irene heading for North Carolina, Washington, New York (video)
Syrians in the street laud Libyan rebels
Debit card fees: You can still avoid them. For now.
Do Republicans want to cut taxes on the rich and raise them on the rest?
Fixed-rate mortgages edge up, but still low
A watering can with added benefits
Hurricane names: Why is it named Hurricane Irene?