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.
The News International phone hacking scandal leads the home page once again, with a report on the company higher-ups and police officials who are now facing questioning by police. If you want to check out the hearings, tune into the live blog on The Lede. Aside from the ever-fascinating media scandal, Carl Huse takes a stab at explaining Mitch McConnell's "legislative magic" in terms of the debt limit. And don't miss the op-ed by the president of Nauru, a tiny Pacific island devastated by mining and facing catastrophe by rising sea levels.
World: There's a quite good feature on Islamists in exile watching the unfolding revolution in Libya from their new homes in London. Also, the New Delhi Journal entry on a prison with a vocational training program gives good insight into the Indian prison system. And while it's not a scoop, the story of a 97-year-old Hungarian man who was acquitted of a World War II massacre he had previously been convicted for twice, is pretty interesting.