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Monitor Archive for February 12, 2007
The Libby trial: Who said what to whom, and who remembers?
Iraq debate shifts to the House
Iran hits softer note over nukes
In a historic first, Harvard chooses woman president
Bush's farm bill outlines bold move
Russia intensifies efforts to rebuild its military machine
Palestinian deal faces global critique
Reporters on the Job
India's steel industry steps onto world stage
Iraqis on the run: what the world can do
Plug-in hybrids: the way to reduce emissions and foster energy independence
Iranian foreign policy: not so revolutionary anymore
For teen daters, a cellphone can be an abusive leash
Flying the cleanly skies?
Can Dad's pension turn into a windfall for the children?
A Week's Worth
A phony argument on income taxes
Our daughters and the culture they live in
Going for Best in Show in the Big Apple
Where water meets sand, family traditions take form
Backstory: The cook has no beef with fish
Does '24' encourage US interrogators to 'torture' detainees?
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