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Monitor Articles for September 26, 2011
Government shutdown avoided after disaster relief vote
iPad supply orders cut by Apple: report
As an Amazon tablet looms, should Apple be worried?
'Lion King' success: Should Hollywood fall back in love with 3D?
Is OnStar turning your car against you? Senator Schumer thinks so.
How US could avoid vetoing Palestinian statehood
NYPD can shoot down an airliner? Experts troubled.
A year of Stuxnet: Why is the new cyberweapon's warning being ignored?
Government-regulated health care saves money
Dow jumps 272 points
Why Chris Christie won't run for president, despite some GOP pleas
Do you know the new fall TV season? Take our quiz.
Washington Monument isn't falling, but it's not reopening soon, either
Dead Sea Scrolls are now available for online viewing
Florida public library holds mock debate on banning books
Toughest US accusation in years angers Pakistanis
Dallas Cowboys will try to protect Tony Romo vs. Redskins Monday night
ACT scores: Can they predict your success?
How FEMA funding fight led to monster mosquito swarms in N.C.
Chef Arthur Potts Dawson: changing the world one sustainable restaurant at a time
Solyndra bankruptcy: what went wrong
Beloved Roald Dahl book "The BFG" will get the big-screen treatment
Is Amazon about to unveil its Kindle tablet?
Toyota minicar comes to Japan
Palestinian statehood: why Arabs have turned on Obama
The Monitor's View
Women's voting rights in Saudi Arabia: a blow to medieval brands of Islam
Mullen's accusations: Has US reached its limit with Pakistan?
The latest Quartet proposal to pressure Abbas? Going nowhere.
Now is the time to rebuild America's infrastructure
Senate to vote, again, on bill to fund government, disaster aid
Russia faces another six – or 12 – years of Putin at the helm
Banned Books Week 2011: Top 10 most challenged books of 2010
Ron Paul is on the 'Daily Show' tonight. Will he say something inflammatory?
Wangari Maathai: Her activism saved forests, promoted peace (video)
Groupon's revenue measure shrinks more than 50 percent
Fall foliage: Vermont hopes leaf-peepers won't shy away
Quest for perfect photo op sends Hong Kong's betrothed couples abroad
Obama's 'Buffett tax' plan hurts hardworking average families, too
Is it time to try something new in the garden?
Rural grocery stores fade, but some towns fight back
Worry climbs as puzzling bacteria leaves Florida palms withering
Epic scorching drought testing Texas' ways
19,000 candidates registered for Congo's legislative elections
Kobe Bryant being courted by Italian club Virtus Bologna
3 series I'm giving my 9-year-old after "Harry Potter"
Lady Gaga shows at Obama fundraiser
'Pan Am' has a lot to keep track of, but is fun drama
Meatless Monday: Heirloom tomato tartine
Panama bracing for ex-dictator Manuel Noriega's return
Millennial Generation challenges religion in America
Unemployed? Start a business.
US Embassy shooting in Kabul heightens concerns about Afghan security
President Obama sells jobs plan in Silicon Valley
New government caps on car prices in Venezuela spell trouble for consumers
787 Dreamliner to be delivered by Boeing after years of delays
Gold futures could fall to $1,100
Pakistan refuses to battle Haqqani network
Paul Joynson-Hicks launches groups that empower Africa's poor and disabled
Good Reads: Wangari Maathai lives on – and so will Facebook
Spreading out your grocery shopping
What It Is Like to Go to War
Raising girls today
Reader recommendation: Moon Tiger
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of September 26, 2011