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Now that The New York Times pay wall is live, you only get 10 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: The history of the Etan Patz case that shook up a nation. Iran is trying to increase its influence in Lebanon as it appears that its Syrian allies may soon fall.

Health: A major battle is coming between health advocates and food companies over labeling of genetically modified food.

U.S.: High copper prices are spurring a revival of mining in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. 

Real Estate: Wealthy French citizens are buying up real estate in other countries to shield their money from their new Socialist president. Renting vacation homes to summer travelers has become a cutthroat business.

Opinion: Nations should increase the number of armed wildlife guards to stop illegal poaching.

New York: The investigations editor at the local newspaper in Albany says that a prostitution bust made at a spa owned by his wife was retaliation for stories written about the local police chief and his office.

Science: What is the proper role of speculation (that doesn't have data to check) in science and research? Covering roofs in green plants lowers city temperatures and helps with water runoff during rainstorms.

Sports: As another Rangers-Devils Game 6 approaches, hockey fans remember Mark Messier's now legendary victory guarantee 18 years ago. "Laamb" wresting is a big time sport in Senegal.

Movies: As usual, the most contentious films at the Cannes Film Festival are met with boos from critics. A review of Wes Anderson's latest, Moonrise Kingdom. 

Books: A selection of books for summer beach reading.

Sunday Magazine: How Wisconsin became the most divided state in America.

Technology: How to get the most resale value for your used electronic gadgets.

Photo Gallery of the Day: Images from a new Gustav Klimt exhibition at the Neue Galerie in New York City.

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