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.
Leading the home page today, cash-strapped cities are asking nonprofits to pay more for their land and services, but have stopped short of calling that taxation. Also, a follow-up on Raj Rajaranam's conviction and the network of friends on whose information he traded. And a whole lot more on those beloved military canines.
World: After tough fighting in Libya yesterday, C.J. Chivers explains the significance of the rebel victory in taking the Misrata airport. The plight of a university professor who criticized the royal family in Thailand is a reminder of the strict speech controls still in effect there. And a new analysis of documents found on a FARC leader in Columbia show the rebel group colluded with the Venezuelan government to put down resistance.
U.S.: It's prom season, and adults are now horning in on the action. Concerned parents petition Scholastic to stop running curriculum paid for by the coal industry. And Texas passes a bill that makes it illegal to lie about the size of a fish you caught.