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: Dentists are seeing an alarming rise in cavities among preschool children, in part because parents aren't taught how to care of their kids' teeth. A study claims that doctors who use digital records versus paper records order more tests, driving up the costs of care instead of reducing it. The influential Cato Institute is divided over a fight with one of its founders, Charles Koch.

Opinion: Stanley Fish says Rick Santorum's views are not crazy nor are they that far outside the boundaries of American politics. The editorial board says: "Mr. Obama is right that military action should only be the last resort, but Israel should not doubt this president’s mettle. Neither should Iran."

U.S.: North Carolina struggles to deal with a highway that connects the Outer Banks, but is constantly under threat from weather and erosion.

Business: China's economy shows signs of slowing down. Dairy farming has become a difficult and complicated industry as production and sales have become a global affair.

Sports: Georgetown's basketball team says a pre-season brawl during a game in China, helped unite them as teammates.

Food: How to decant wine.

Technology: A new iPad is coming as tablets threaten to kill the PC.

Science: Paleontologists debate the existence of the torosaurus: Is it an adult triceratops or a totally different species? Others say that fossils found with twisted necks don't mean the animal died in agony.

Books: The Age of Austerity argues that declining resources and the austerity they cause will only increase partisan fighting in politics.

Arts: A stand-up comedian explains the process of creating, crafting and perfecting a single joke.

World: Australians fight over the dingo which means "one thing to hunters or sheep ranchers and another to scientists and nature lovers."

Travel: Las Vegas' newest luxury attraction for high-rollers looking for a good time is a high-end shooting range.

New York: A primer for non-Jewish, non-New Yorkers on Shabbos elevators: Cars that are programmed to stop on every floor so that observant Jews don't have to push buttons on the Sabbath.

Obituaries: Ralph McQuarrie, the concept artist who designed many of the most memorable images from the original Star Wars movies.