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Monitor Articles for September 8, 2011
Twitter: Active user numbers up, more ads on the horizon
Social Security: Ponzi scheme or political football?
Payroll taxes: keystone of Obama jobs plan
Massive blackout affects California, Arizona, Mexico
Credible terrorist threat possibly planned for Sept. 11
Obama jobs speech: 'Time to stop the political circus'
Packers and Saints get it rolling for the NFL. Will it be a super season?
Zagat gobbled up by Google for undisclosed sum
Reining in the deficit
Newly released audio shows the shock, confusion of September 11, 2001
Governors don't create many jobs. Can presidents?
Continued unemployment claims fall
From fear of Islam to outreach: how 9/11 prompted interfaith efforts
Felony charges reduced for mother who lied to put children in a better school
Creamless corn chowder
New Missouri 'Facebook bill': Let school districts make their own rules
The highway to jobs – via better infrastructure
The Monitor's View
GOP debates open a window on America's global role
A first look at the Obama jobs plan
In Scotland, a view of the greens gives home a hefty premium
GOP's Eric Cantor: Three ways we can work with Obama on jobs
Gumby tries to rob convenience store; wardrobe malfunctions (video)
As Katia blows by the East Coast, Nate and Maria are brewing in tropics
Obama's jobs speech: Why does he want to speak to Congress?
Fashion's Night Out hopes to give retail sales a boost
So, where will jobs come from?
What happens when Google declares a thriving company is dead?
Is Libya an 'arms bazaar' for terrorists?
Deficit 'super committee' behind closed doors: Will it be too secretive?
Taking a page from Chile, Colombian students take to the streets over education costs
Patents dispute between Google and Apple gets ugly
Top Picks: Remembering 9/11
Bicycle Coffee Co. pedals fair-trade coffee
Buttermilk panna cotta with cinnamon apples
Abuse at Vietnam's drug detention centers highlights regional problem
9/11 lessons not learned: three failed reforms
Advice from a job creator: Bring on the optimism, Obama
Mobile technology a sore spot for Microsoft and Intel
Questions persist over Guatemala election funding ahead of Sunday vote
US response to 9/11 contributed to causes of current debt crisis
North Sudan's post-independence conflict spreads to Blue Nile state
Nord Stream pipeline gives Russia edge in European gas wars
9/11 books: Which should you pick up?
Saab bankruptcy plan rejected. Now what?
Thailand's female monks (cautiously) lobby for legal recognition
Still no great 9/11 novel?
Help wanted. But only if you have a job.
GOP debate: Who said it? A quiz.
Qaddafi: I didn't and won't leave Libya
Texas wildfires leave survivors with little but gratitude to be alive
Indians rally against a boom in corruption
Here we go again
Six months after New Zealand quake, Christchurch's ability to rebuild in doubt
Republican presidential debate: Who won?
Gold repatriation: What is Chavez up to?
Ecuador reels from worst alcohol-related tragedy ever
Battle for Afghanistan's Gambir Jungle: 1st Platoon's 'last stand'
India investigates Delhi High Court blast amid public frustration over security gaps
Psalms for those in the path of Texas wildfires
Good Reads: Qaddafi's pest fixation, Libya's missing weapons, and a former hostage returns to help Somalia
For a frugal workout, skip the gym membership
Many official state flowers aren't native plants
That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back
Reader recommendation: The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating