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: Even Republican governors critical of Obama's health care law are starting to make the necessary moves to implement it.

World:  The attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi has resulted in the evacuation of numerous CIA operatives from Libay, marking "a major setback in its intelligence-gathering efforts at a time of increasing instability in the North African nation."

Politics: Republicans would prefer if Paul Ryan didn't fade into the background as a vice presidential candidate.

New York: Andrew Cuomo's trip to the Adirondacks exemplifies how Cuomo has "adapted practices he learned from the White House, periodically dispatching top officials around the state for activities he hopes will capture the attention of the news media and call attention to his administration’s priorities."

Technology: The story of Microsoft in Quincy, Wash., shows "when these Internet factories come to town, they can feel a bit more like old-time manufacturing than modern magic."

Media & Advertising: Though the logic of the fall television season is based trends that aren't relevant anymore, the framework still exists "in large part because it still works."

Sports: With N.F.L. officials locked out "it seems inevitable that instead of the officiating improving as expected, it is merely building up to bigger blunders."

Opinion: Paul Krugman on how Romney's  optimism "should make you very pessimistic about his chances of leading an economic recovery." Bill Keller on the video that incited violence in the Middle East and Salman Rushdie.

Dance: Alastair Macaulay reviews four Balanchine ballets from the New York City Ballet, which joined the company's repertory "to heartening effect."

Television: With Homeland's success at the Emmys, the show has "ushered Showtime, the premium cable channel owned by CBS, into a new realm."