Now that The New York Times pay wall is live, you only get 10 free clicks a month. For those worried about hitting their limit, we're taking a look through the paper each morning to find the stories that can make your clicks count.
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Top Stories: The family of Afghan president Hamid Karzai is fighting to maintain its wealth and status as he prepares to leave office in 2014. The recall election in Wisconsin could affect President Obama, who needs to win the state to win reelection.
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Business: This story about the sexual discrimination lawsuit at Silicon Valley's biggest venture capital firm has garnered unwanted attention for its questionable opening line: "Men invented the internet."
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Health: Our obsession with eating less salt may actually have done more harm than good. Do we need to rethink the idea of routine annual physicals? Groups are uniting to educate kids about domestic violence before they start dating.
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Food: Food trucks are bringing American food to Paris and winning over fans.
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Opinion: The U.S. Attorney for Manhattan warns about the growing (and unheeded) threat of cyber crime.
U.S.: Some couples live stream their weddings for guests who can't be there and for dreams of internet stardom.
Science: The science behind "gaydar."
Styles: A look at the Queen's fashion sense and identifiable style. Decoding the meanings behind your assigned place at an event with arranged seating. The obsession with vampires is really about our obsession with death.
Technology: A new social "networking" site called Pair, is meant to connect just two people who are in a relationship with each other. Old school video game fans took part in the International Classic Video Game Tournament this weekend.
Theater: Preview performances give theater companies a chance to change and shape their shows, which is particularly important to non-profit off-Broadway theaters.
Art: The Craft Emergency Relief Fund provides financial bailouts for struggling artists.
Travel: The American Queen has resumed steamboat cruises down the Mississippi.
Sports: Medical records reveal how a hockey enforcer who died of a drug overdose developed a massive addiction to prescription pain pills.
Obituaries: Legendary game show host Richard Dawson. NBA star Orlando Woolridge.
Sunday Magazine: The Innovation Issue included 32 inventions that will soon change our world.
Photo Gallery of the Day: Images from the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.