A New Zelda, Microcavities, and When Pig Wings Fly

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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.

Top Stories: Iran has released images of the damaged military base that was nearly destroyed by a mysterious blast this month. The devastating drought in Texas has revealed dozens of finds that used to be submerged under now-dried up lakes, including a car with the missing driver still inside.

Opinion: Conservatives who are torn between the two evils of Romney and Gingrich, should give Jon Hunstman another look.

Business: More and more landlords are using software to set and manage their rents.

Arts: Reviewers and fans our wowed by the "old school" update to "The Legend Of Zelda" series, "Skyward Sword."

Food: The newest culinary rebranding is "pig wings," which are actually ham shanks, or little knob of pork cut from pig legs. Also, a list of the year's best cookbooks.

Health: Advanced diagnostics means dentists are filling in more and more "microcavities" that may or may not need treatment.

Obituaries: Comedian Patrice O'Neal, 41.

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