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Monitor Articles for September 16, 2011
Why contract talks between UAW and Chrysler came to a halt
A UN success story: Libya's seat turned over to interim government
Cuts to Medicare? Progressives anxious ahead of Obama's deficit plan.
Boehner vs. Obama: Are US job creators really 'on strike'?
Is Obama dragging his feet on environmental issues to get reelected?
Finally, a jobs plan that will work
Five US states that use the death penalty most
At eurozone meeting, ministers find unity only in rejecting Geithner
Stock market has second-best week in a year
Can a Gap card wreck your credit rating?
How well do you know the Brooklyn book scene?
Hillary Clinton: Women the key to economic growth
Why EU peacekeepers occupied Serbia-Kosovo border posts
How do you pronounce Albert Szent-Gyorgyi?
The Monitor's weekly news quiz for Sept. 11-16, 2011
Does Wall Street matter?
Peru celebrates its cuisine
The Monitor's View
A climate gadfly’s job
Toronto International Film Festival: the buzz this year
Bobby Fischer Against the World: movie review
Happy, Happy: movie review
For job creation, is government a help or hindrance?
Palestinian leader sets his course: full UN membership. Can US avoid a veto?
Erdogan pitches Turkey's democratic model on 'Arab Spring' tour
How a Texas death penalty case got to the US Supreme Court
iPad book apps designed to thrill serious book lovers
Even amid eurozone crisis, Italians chafe at deeper cuts
What are the toughest questions tossed at reference librarians?
New ways to rank 'green' cities
The Republican weapon of mass cynicism
House battle looms over disaster relief. When did that become partisan?
Last Ford Crown Victoria manufactured: What will cops drive now?
Tacoma teachers' strike: Day 4 and back to court
Venezuela, Bolivia 'failed demonstrably' to meet anti-drug obligations, says US. But did they?
As Congo subdues some armed groups, new ones emerge
Will inflation reduce unemployment?
Wisconsin teachers retire in droves after union loss in bargaining fight
Sectarian worries as Scotland's 'Old Firm' renews its soccer rivalry
Emmy predictions: what will take Best Comedy
Rick Perry's 'Ponzi scheme' problem: new evidence it's real
How Nicaragua has been spared Central America's crime wave – so far
Saving Yiddish from Hebrew
Denmark's election blunts far right's power
Corn and cheddar frittata
Jackie Kennedy book: glimpses of White House intimacy, and happiness
UBS trader charged in $2 billion British fraud case (video)
'The Help' I knew cared more about voting rights than getting back at white ladies
Why Niger is so ambivalent about Qaddafi loyalists' arrival
Cruise ship tilting dangerously in Norway after Thursday fire
An Israel in trouble makes a peace deal more urgent
Hurricane Maria could strike Newfoundland, warning issued
Food failures: worth the financial hit?
Good Reads: Somalia's famine, India's sex selection, and Twitter wars
Forget vitamin C! Albert Szent-Gyorgyi lived with spies, lies.
Dealing with anger through prayer
Libyan rebels advance on two critical Qaddafi strongholds
Mortgage rates now lowest in 60 years
Continued unemployment claims in decline
King of the Badgers
Reader recommendation: Little Princes
Netflix stock nosedives 19 percent after company ticks off customers