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.