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 home page leads with news from Libyan rebels, who say some loyalists of Muammar Qaddafi are fleeing south into Niger, as the rest of their forces negotiate a surrender to the rebels. Also high on the page, a Tech report points out that many open, thriving businesses can't shake the "permanently closed" label on Google Places. And an unexpectedly fascinating report from the Health section looks at possible long-term complications from sperm donations.
World: Definitely catch the report from Damascus, where life seems to go on as usual, even as violent and often deadly protests rock the rest of Syria. And the Ishikawa Journal report on Fukushima's link to World War II-era nuclear projects in Japan is also worth a click.
U.S.: The lead report, on an apparent conflict of interest in Nevada Representative Shelley Berkeley's pet cause of kidney care and her husband's work as a physician, makes for a good read on how subtle these conflicts can sometimes be. Also read up on a leak case that has revealed new details on U.S. efforts to spy on Israel.