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Monitor Articles for August 30, 2011
iTunes Match opened to developers, but did Apple change the rules?
Did TSA airport screeners violate free speech rights of bare-chested student?
Turning Twitter complaints into stock tips
Hurricane Irene by the numbers: state by state damage reports
Hurricane Irene adds to US farm woes. Will it raise food prices?
How new redistricting maps could reshape California politics
How a Special Ops impersonator duped the FBI for a decade
What should we expect from Obama's jobs plan?
Libya rebels poised for final push on Qaddafi's hometown (video)
Stock prices edge up amid talks of economic stimulus
Why Obama administration's Fast and Furious troubles may not be over
Could hurricane Irene help the economy? Rebuilding as stimulus.
The Monitor's View
Google falters in its ad screening
Bonds: US Treasurys rise as confidence drops
Dick Cheney versus Colin Powell: Memoir feeds the feud.
Fannie Mae reports decrease in delinquent loans
Estonians commemorate independence to the tune of a 25,000-strong chorus
Consumer confidence plummets. Should you worry?
Netflix rate hikes hit this week
Labor Day weekend: aftermath of hurricane Irene may force people to change plans
Bestselling books the week of 9/1/11, according to IndieBound*
Napolitano: FEMA cash crunch shouldn't stop Irene relief efforts (VIDEO)
Violence at Malema hearing shows divide within South Africa's ANC
Zimbabwe expels Libyan ambassador after switch of allegiance to rebels
Cheney's memoir: heads really did explode
Maria Sharapova survives 1st round match as US Open tennis gets underway
Navyn Salem manufactures success by helping to feed the world's hungry
2011 US Open: It’s time for tennis ... and a test
How being honest about your debts can help you save
Nancy Grace, Chaz Bono cast in Dancing with the Stars Season 13
China's opposition: redder than the Communist Party itself
Homeland Security chief slams critics of hurricane Irene preparations (VIDEO)
New leader Noda prepares to weather Japan's media storm
Japan's latest pop stars: androids and animations
What is Eid al-Fitr?
Is $29 billion missing from Hugo Chavez's Fonden development fund?
Qaddafi's African mercenaries head home. Will they destabilize the Sahel?
Not all tax breaks are created equal
A troubling lesson from Libya: Don't give up nukes
Blackface backfires on Qantas Airways
Are pro-Chávez Venezuelans setting up a 'Plan B' in Panama?
Michael Vick comeback pays off handsomely
Interview with Jay Bahadur on "The Pirates of Somalia"
American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a Nation
Do 'green buildings' come with a higher price tag?
Reader recommendation: An American Heroine in the French Resistance
Eid ul-Fitr marks end of violent Ramadan in Syria
Chinese-style steamed fish
Survey: Muslim Americans happier with conditions in US than broader public
The UN's plan for Libya
Guatemala's murder rate down, despite talk of 'failed state'
Good Reads: Al Qaeda's No. 2, Africa hearts Qaddafi, and an American (jailed) in Pakistan
Meekness and the 'elephant walk'
Tripoli neighbors help frightened survivors after massacre
Worried about the gold market? It's a test.
A gardener shares her extensive plant knowledge
Colin Powell accuses Cheney of taking 'cheap shots'
Lockerbie bomber case may reopen with new Libyan government
Galaxy Tab 8.9: Samsung's Goldilocks tablet
iPhone N94 prototype: Is this the new 'budget' iPhone?