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Monitor Articles for August 29, 2011

Did Irene damage your home? How to file an insurance claim.
Category 5 hype: Did nonstop coverage of hurricane Irene save lives?
Correlation in stock moves: Is it really ETFs' fault?
New BART protests could test emerging policy on cell service shutdowns
US judge blocks harsh Alabama immigration law for month of further review
Irene leaves 5.5 million without power. Can power companies do better?
Stocks soar on relief over hurricane
Obama makes a good pick for economic team
Rick Perry: Smart politics for him to call Social Security a Ponzi scheme?
Burning Man: What is it, exactly?
Irene was 'act of God.' What quip says about Michele Bachmann campaign.
Greg Mortenson is back in the spotlight
Libya rebel leaders say they're in charge. Not so fast, say some in Tripoli.
Welfare to work doesn't work – without work
Why insurance might not cover billions in hurricane Irene damage
Qaddafi family members flee to Algeria. Libya's interim leaders want them back.
On remote Tibetan plateau, a health-care program that could be a model for China
Aftermath of Irene: budget-straining cleanup and lives 'turned upside down'
The Monitor's View After war in Libya, a need to assert nonviolence for Arab Spring
String of accidents could leave International Space Station without crew
Kenyans accused in 2007 post-election violence head to The Hague
John McCain promised Qaddafi US arms for Libya in 2009 meeting, leaked cable says
Death comes again to Iraq's 'Mother of all Battles' mosque
Global Viewpoint Economic future for Libya brighter than in Tunisia, Egypt
Adele wows VMA crowd with heartfelt performance of Someone Like You (Video)
Why Obama picked Alan Krueger as next top White House economist
ISS crew stranded on space station as Russia investigates rocket failure (video)
Atrocities and lack of supplies strain Tripoli (VIDEO)
Election of popular Maoist leader as PM raises hopes in Nepal
CMP: 182,000 in Maine without power
Senior Zimbabwe leader's death could spark infighting
Opinion Justice Sotomayor – not guilty of 'empathy'
Japan gets another prime minister: Can he stop the revolving door leadership? (VIDEO)
Anti-Qaddafi forces move toward 'Brother Leader's' hometown of Sirte (VIDEO)
Genius of Place
Pending home sales fall 1.3 percent
Hurricane Irene was actually bigger than hurricane Katrina
Good Reads: A roundup of Lockerbie, Boko Haram, and Monterrey
America's new superheroes: a budget committee?
Monterrey casino tragedy worsened by lax safety regulations
Typhoon Nanmadol meets a well-prepared Taiwan (VIDEO)
Improving every single day
Top 100 most wanted out-of-print books of 2011
In Tripoli, African 'mercenaries' at risk
Difference Maker Ek Sonn Chan pipes something precious into the homes of Phnom Penh: safe water
Meatless Monday: A zucchini casserole even teens will love
Vermont battles record-setting floods in the wake of Irene
Even Iran, Syria's best friend, urges Assad to ease crackdown
Cellphones: Most service survived Irene
Hurricane Irene cleanup: FEMA not a good friend, says Ron Paul
Stocks rise worldwide
Top Picks: Jeff Bridges's CD, dinosaurs on Discovery Channel, 'Everything Must Go' DVD, and more
Pruning advice for fall
Going it alone?
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of August 29, 2011