Fixing Penn Station, Michigan's Big Break, and Facebook's Real Estate Boom

A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.

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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: A profile of Rick Santorum's biggest donor, Foster Friess. Libya struggles to maintain peace as competing militias do battle in a country that can no longer control them.

Opinion: Haiti needs to prosecute former leader Jean-Claude ("Baby Doc") Duvalier, not rehabilitate his image.

Business: Why does anyone still care about the Dow Jones Industrial Average?

Real Estate: The Bay Area is bracing for a housing explosion when Facebook's IPO mints dozens of millionaires looking for new digs.

U.S.: Michigan has its first budget surplus in years and now must decided what to do with the surprising windfall. Home schooled students in Virginia are fighting for the right to play sports on public school teams.

Architecture: New York's Penn Station is a "calamity" that needs to be fixed by moving Madison Square Garden from its perch atop the commuter train hub.

Styles: Fashion Week once again shines a light on the welfare of models, particularly those who are younger than 16.

Health: Scientists have found hope for a way to improve memory using electrical stimulation of the brain.

Books: Janet Maslin reviews Once Upon a Secret, a tell-all by a former mistress of President Kennedy. Behind the Beautiful Forevers tells the true story of horrifying poverty in a slum of Mumbai.

Sports: The Pebble Beach celebrity Pro-Am is no joke for some of the celebrities who take their golf very seriously.

Photo Gallery of the Day: A refugee camp in Libya for those displaced by the war.

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