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.
At the top of the home page, the ongoing coverage of the News International phone hacking scandal zeroes in on David Cameron, who went before Parliament today to discuss his hiring of Andy Coulson, a former employee there, as communications director. Also high on the page, President Obama seizes on the bipartisan budget plan by the "Gang of Six" senators. And the food section's coverage of boutique and futuristic ice cream will cool you right off in your chair.
World: It's hardly top-level news, but the Caracas Journal entry on the city's endless lines is yet another unique look at a foreign city. Also, among the deluge of Murdoch and News International coverage, don't miss the report on Wendi Deng Murdoch's "very good left hook." And catch the report from Hama, Syria, where the absence of security forces helps citizens imagine life without a dictator.
U.S.: The lead story, on Utah's strange liquor laws, is actually quite a good read. So is the report on unregistered Pakistan lobbyists arrested in Washington, D.C., though that's available elsewhere. And there's some good reporting from Ron Nixon on anti-spending republicans who quietly funnel government money back to their districts.