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Monitor Articles for September 6, 2011
Same-sex marriage: Can Prop. 8 sponsor appeal ruling ban is unconstitutional?
Is unemployment an 'oversight'?
Mitt Romney jobs plan: Can it create 11 million jobs in four years?
What will Obama say about jobs? The pre-speech maneuvering begins.
Chick-fil-A free breakfast: Still time to get yours
US Postal Service seeks reprieve from Congress to avert 'default'
How Freddie Mercury met the rest of Queen
Preparing for a bad September
Stocks fall as Europe's debt worries deepen
A decade after 9/11, cyberattack is biggest worry, says Janet Napolitano
NATO drops leaflets urging Qaddafi loyalists to surrender
James Murdoch retakes center stage in phone hacking scandal
Somalia famine spreads to new region in south; warning issued on aid
Payday lenders prey on the poor, costing Americans billions. Will Washington act?
Deregulation will not create jobs
Visiting the greenest gas station in the United States
Texas wildfires collide with urban sprawl
West Africa Rising: Nigeria shifting currency reserves from dollars to Chinese yuan
Freddie Mercury: The man behind Queen
The Monitor's View
Romney's plan to tame the Chinese trade dragon
Did Qaddafi flee to Niger? Libyan convoy in Niger is reminder of Sahel's close ties.
Activists rush to defend Mexico's Twitter 'terrorists'
HP TouchPad returns with up to 200,000 new $99 tablets
Iranian government may be behind hack of Dutch security firm
Crunch time at Postal Service: Five questions about post office closings.
From Russia's rarely seen 'Yellowstone,' a plea for tourists
Looking back: The Monitor's coverage of 9/11
WTI might be misleading oil benchmark
Can 'super committee' play fair as it tries to control national debt?
Is Michele Bachmann's campaign in danger?
Afghan war: What some local officials are willing to do for peace
West Africa Rising: Ghanaian citizens develop ‘social pact’ on oil wealth ahead of elections
Are Libya's Islamists scary?
Homegrown superstars hold special appeal in Bhutan
The world's top universities in 2011
In defense of finanacial engineering
Europe's debt crisis: Five ways it's been put to good use
Burning Man photo snapped from Earth's orbit
Stock prices tumbling? Four ways to control your risk.
Serena Williams steamrolls into US Open quarterfinals
Pears in the garden and the kitchen
A heroine of Seattle's book community is gone – but her dream lives on
A grapevine grows in Brooklyn: Grape and walnut flatbread
Does no jobs mean no deficit reduction?
Amanda Knox: Italian forensic police defend work in murder appeal (video)
Young lawyer aids exile Tibetans with his language and legal skills
Haitian anger flares over alleged UN attack
Pakistan Army says it has Al Qaeda's global operations chief in custody
Battle for Afghanistan's Gambir Jungle: Soldiers' tale of an epic fight
UN chief urges stronger global action on Syria's Assad
Good Reads: Sept. 11 and Somalia famine pieces that rise above
Fall books: 20 nonfiction titles you don't want to miss
Reader recommendation: City of Tranquil Light
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