Now that The New York Times pay wall is live, you only get 20 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.

Top Stories: Trend alert: Young people in love are apparently sharing their email and social media passwords as a sign of affection and trust.  The cruise ship industry is still trying to figure out how badly the Costa Concordia accident will effect their business

Business: Tenants now have the upper hand over landlords when it comes to high-rise office spaces, where vacancies are expected to remain high throughout the year. A look at the art of the "pivot," when tech startups begin with an idea that flops and must change direction and become an entirely new buiness to survive. Billionaire Ron Perelmen has already had two nasty, high-profile divorces, but is now embroiled an even uglier split with a former business partner.

Opinion: Ross Douthat says that Newt Gingrich's rise and withering attacks actually make him Mitt Romney's best friend.  The sister of one of the writers of Homeland says her own struggle with bipolar disorder helped shape the show's main character (played by Claire Danes) who also suffers from it. Food writer Mark Bittman feels bad for Hostess's employees, but says the Twinkie deserves to die along with the company that created them.

U.S.: More and more states are pushing for online gambling laws, but may not see the tax windfalls that supporters promise.

Arts: A preview of the Sundance Film Festival looks at the role of digital technology in helping movies come to the screen faster, allowing them to comment on more current events.

Politics: Campaign donations have flowed into the four Republican state senators who provided the key votes for New York's same-sex marriage law (many from liberal supporters they've never met), though they've also become targets for conservative re-election challenges. Mitt Romney is already looking past South Carolina to secure the nomination.

Science: Some evolutionary psychologists assume that depression must have some sort of biological upside, but they've yet to find what that is.

Sunday Magazine: In case you missed it yesterday, an intriguing profile of George Lucas and his newest project, Red Tails. Also, another profile of Oscar Pistorius, the South African sprinter hoping to run in the Olympics on his artificial legs.