Teachers Union President, Humboldt State, and Buttermilk

Esther Zuckerman
Teachers Union President, Humboldt State, and Buttermilk

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: Good news for Germany's Angela Merkel as the country's Federal Constitutional Court gave a go-ahead on " one of the key pillars of her strategy" to handle the European debt crisis.

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World: The paper's lead report on the violence in Libya and Egypt over the video entitled "Innocence of Muslims." 

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U.S.: A look at Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis, who may be Rahm Emanuel's "match" — "She is biting, pushy, witty, unwavering. He is biting, pushy, witty, unwavering." 

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New York: State Senator Roy McDonald, a Republican who voted for gay marriage, is having trouble focusing his campaign on any other issue. 

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Business: As the Federal Reserve plans to stimulate the economy and "the imminence of the election makes it inevitable that the decisions reached by the Fed’s policy-making committee will be judged through a political lens." 

Sports: Humboldt State has "California’s only full-fledged N.C.A.A. Division II football team" and kept it  "in part, to give residents behind the Redwood Curtain something to cheer." 

Opinion:  David Brooks on Hanna Rosin and The End of Men

Art & Design: Michael Kimmelman on the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale. 

Dining: Buttermilk is having a revival.