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Monitor Archive for September 23, 2005
Hurricanes are packing more punch
Oil industry braces for another blow
After Gaza, some other settlers ready to move
Just hop in the car? Not so fast, says one French town.
Gulf Coast residents apply lesson from first superstorm: Get out
After Katrina, a quest for better insurance
With next round ahead, Roberts vote presents dilemma for Senate Democrats
A Franco-British enmity? 'No,' say 'frogs' and 'rosbifs.'
Why we buy salad shooters and breadmakers
Reporters on the Job
In Syria, democrats chomp at bit
Morocco moves gradually to address past repression
Driving 55 m.p.h. is looking pretty good
In the 24/7 news cycle, repetition is not revelation
Judy Miller's indefinite wait
Excusify me, but is 'refugeed' a verb?
Access for the masses
Polanski brings a darker twist to 'Oliver'
For hard-core biking, try one gear, no brakes
On TV this week: 'Bob Dylan: No Direction Home'
Tubegazing: Premiering next week
Still rooting, even from afar
Plot holes the size of an Airbus
Prayers for the missing
And now, a back-seat update from our intrepid 'reporter'
A surprise wake-up call from a cat
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