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.
Top Stories: A 92-year-old World War II vet has sent more than 4,000 boxes of pirated Hollywood movies to troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. The head of Chesapeake Energy is under fire over poor company performance and a questionable compensation package.
Opinion: Charles Taylor's conviction in The Hague "didn’t even begin to address the devastating damage Mr. Taylor did to his country." A reporter tells of how Taylor's atrocities ripped apart her family.
Sports: Michael Jordan's Charlotte Bobcats are one of the worst teams in NBA history.
Politics: Ronald Reagan knew how reassure conservatives of his "culture warrior" credentials without overtly flaunting them, like Rick Santorum or Newt Gingrich did.
Science: Buffalo herds are being released back into the wild in Montana, which bothers some ranchers and farmers who say there is no place for them anymore. Scientists are trying to figure out how migrating birds navigate using the Earth's magnetic field
Real Estate: A $85 million home sale may soon lead to Los Angeles' first $100 million house purchase.
Books: Private Empire details Exxon Mobil’s "harassment" of scientists, violent foreign adventures, secrecy, "arrogant culture" and "obscene" wealth.
Theater: The Broadway musical Leap of Faith (adapted from a 20-year-old Steve Martin movie) is "this season’s black hole of musical comedy, sucking the energy out of anyone who gets near it."
Photo Gallery of the Day: An exhibition of Terracotta Warriors in Times Square, New York