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.
A lot of "news" news on the front pages today, with stories of a refugee camp in Somalia getting bombed by aircraft, the collapse of MF Global brokerage house, the temporary end of Quantas' air strike, and the clean up from the Halloween Blizzard Fest 2011. But there's a lot more gems on the back pages, including a few leftover items from the weekend.
World: The Occupy London crowd has added an uncomfortable dimension to its protest by taking over St. Paul's Cathedral. The church has had to cancel services and is suing to get rid of the protesters, but at least two top officials have quit rather see the people forceably removed.
U.S.: Despite his strong support of the death penalty, executions and death sentences are down under Rick Perry's tenure as Texas governor, partly due to the a bill he signed that introduced life sentence without parole as a sentence option. But that still doesn't explain his aversion to clemency, even in controversial cases. What happened to Private Danny Chen, the son of Asian-American immigrants who found dead in a remote Army outpost in Afghanistan? His parents (who don't speak English) were told he was shot, but don't know (or won't say) how or by whom.