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 big news on the home page today, obviously, is the report from Washington that President Barack Obama and leaders in Congress have worked out a deal on raising the national debt ceiling. Nearly as prominent, and definitely worth a read, is the news analysis on what the deal means to each party. But our top pick, for pure nostalgia, is the report on New York's Chelsea Hotel closing to guests on Sunday night.
World: One of the best reads here is the report from Benghazi, where fresh fighting has revealed cracks within the Libyan rebel organization. There's also an interesting report on people in Japan who have taken radiation checks into their own hands. And the report of a drug kingpin arrested in Mexico is quite interesting, if not exclusive.
U.S.: Much of the national news focuses on Washington, naturally, but the states have some interesting stories as well, including Florida, where Gov. Rick Scott and the state legislature have turned away millions of federal healthcare dollars on principle. And there's a great Out Here report from Atlanta, where Robbie Brown explores the hidden side of the city.