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Monitor Articles for September 12, 2011
Republican debate: Perry fends off assaults from GOP rivals
iPhone 5 will look a whole lot like the iPhone 4: report
Amazon mulling e-book subscription plan: report
In search for life, more planet 'candidates' are found. Are any just right?
GOP Debate: Three keys to tonight's debate
We need an economic renaissance
Why North Carolina vote to ban gay marriage might help Obama
Rick Perry: unelectable or GOP's best shot? Why public and pundits differ.
The Monitor's View
Love in China
The fall of Greece: August 2011
Cracks emerge among Libya's rebels, from front lines to Tripoli
Russia dooms Western hopes for tough UN action against Syria
Stocks close higher after late rally
GOP debate: three things we might see at tea party event tonight
Katy Perry vs. LMFAO for the song of summer
Israel arrives at a tough diplomatic intersection
Terrorist plot? Mile-high romance? FBI cracks airline security mystery.
Monday Night Football: Patriots-Dolphins and Raiders-Broncos kick it off
After 9/11: A rabbi, pastor, and imam join hands to oppose extremism
Fall 2011 movie preview
Israel and Egypt: The view from Cairo
Amazon tablet could offer best reading experience
Harvest moon: Why does the moon look so big?
Obama sending jobs bill to Congress. How fast will lawmakers act?
Uganda releases Kenyan human rights activist
From Guantánamo to Pakistan: One man shares his story
How many governors have endorsed Rick Perry? Zero.
Drought in Texas: a parable
How well do you know Rick Perry? Take our quiz
SpongeBob study: Do fast-paced cartoons impair kids' thinking?
Muqtada al-Sadr, Iraq cleric to followers: Stop attacking US troops
Susan Rice: Palestinian statehood plans a 'mistaken calculation' (VIDEO)
How rising global food prices could affect Africa (VIDEO)
Did global warming cause hurricane Irene?
Amazon moves toward "a Netflix for books"
Busting a myth about Obama's infrastructure programs
Jackie Kennedy interviews are full of surprises
Make college accessible to the masses – and jobless
Break with tradition: Have a pink and red fall garden.
Retired military general leads in Guatemala presidential election
Stocks plunging? Don't hide. Seek.
Ned Eames uses tennis to boost inner-city reading skills and graduation rates
The reality of fall TV
Another Qaddafi son flees, this time to Niger
Has the bookshelf become a dinosaur?
Meatless Monday: Chickpea fries with Athena dipping sauce
France nuclear explosion: No radioactive release beyond site, say officials
'Pivoting' the business model: flexibility is key
The legacy of 9/11 for Latin America
Six months after Japan's tsunami, residents worry their plight is fading from view (video)
Bank of America: Fireproof it with 'asbestos deal'?
China: Ethnic minority music finds an advocate
Stock prices in Europe hit two-year low
Turkey's Erdogan heads to Egypt, unnerving an embattled Israel
Good Reads: Qaddafi loyalist town fights back, Guantánamo detainees, and Chinese villagers who don't officially exist
Prayer that prevents crime in our cities
Top Picks: Earth Liberation Front on PBS, Civil War book, Nation Beat's new album, and more
Grand Pursuit: The Story of Economic Genius
Reader recommendation: Hawthorne, A Life
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of September 12, 2011