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: More than half of the members of the House of Representatives have given payments or other financial benefits to their own family members in the last two years. How Wall Street firms keep an eye on their employees' use of social media. Middle-aged family men are filling up "man camps" in North Dakota where they've gone to find work.
New York: A state report says that disabled and mentally ill New Yorkers face a “needless risk of harm” because of poor regulation and oversight of their care.
Opinion: Bill Maher says people need to stop apologizing for offending others (and the offended need to get over it.)
U.S.: The mild winter/early spring is leading to an early arrival for pollen and allergies. Another high-profile defection from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure charity is re-applying pressure on CEO and founder Nancy Brinker to step down.
Tech: The resolution on the iPad is better than ever, but websites that might be viewed on it aren't keeping up in image quality.
Books: Language: The Cultural Tool is a new book from a controversial linguist who studied the unique language of Pirahã, a small tribe living in the most isolated part of the Amazon.
Arts: A profile of Todd Barry, "a well known if still underappreciated figure for years in the world of stand-up."
Sports: Like many of their recent moves, the Jets' trade for Tim Tebow is splashy, but won't turn them into a contender.
Movies: Manohla Dargis reviews The Hunger Games.
Photo Gallery of the Day: The house that inspired the hit home renovation website, Houzz.