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.
In today's main story, the ongoing U.S. confrontation with Pakistan could have been a lot worse if the SEALs rading bin Laden's compound had had to fight their way out, which they were authorized to do. And Newt Gingrich's third wife, Callista -- who he started dating when he was married to his second wife -- appears to be taking a central role in his presidential campaign. Also, Texas finds a way to both award and penalize exonerated inmates.
World: After some bitter weeks of struggle, the Syrian government says it has gotten protests under control. And after a ship carrying 600 Libyan refugees broke apart and sank yesterday, the United Nations has asked Mediterranean ship crews to keep an eye out for unseaworthy vessels.
U.S.: A swollen Mississippi river leads the national section, but you may actually want to check broadcast news for the latest breaking on that. Better to spend your clicks on this classic Times profile of a small-town mayor dealing with the disastrous storms. Also worth a read: Texas issues awards to exonerated inmates, but sticks them with lawyers' fees.