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: Tonight holds "enough uncertainty that it could become a telethon lasting well into morning." 

World: Vigilante groups aimed at protecting women who are frequently harassed on Egyptian streets are emerging. 

Politics: Occidental College allows students to take a "campaign semester," which gives them college credit for working on campaigns.  

New York: After Sandy the task of rebuilding boardwalk, something that "has become a sad seaside ritual" following storms.

Technology: The federal government wants to push Silicon Valley to boost children's privacy protections, but " the underlying concern, for both the industry and regulators, is not so much about online products for children themselves. It is about the data collection and data mining mechanisms that facilitate digital marketing on apps and Web sites for children — and a debate over whether these practices could put children at greater risk." 

Science: The Weather Channel's Bryan Norcross challenged the responses of the NOAA and Mayor Bloomberg during Sandy. 

Health: The heterosexual porn industry involves a rigorous STD testing regimen, which has curbed the spread of H.I.V. despite the fact that the actors do not use condoms. 

Sports: Luther Campbell, the rapper who once battled obscenity laws, now coaches high school football. 

Opinion: Kevin M. Kruse explains "while the line between fact and fiction in politics has always been fuzzy, a confluence of factors has strained our civic discourse, if it can still be called that, to the breaking point." 

Art & Design: Fake work circulating around the art world "is a persistent and growing problem without a good solution, say collectors, dealers, artist estates and law enforcement agencies."