Obama's Legacy, Tasteless Tomatoes, and 'Magic Mike'
A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.
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: Republican-led states that held off on preparing for the Affordable Care Act's deadlines now must rush or bank on repeal.
U.S.: The health care ruling leads to speculation on how Obama will be remembered in history, but also a discussion of government's reach.
World: Holocaust survivors participate in a pageant in Israel. The poor in Europe are turning to illegal organ sales for funds. Syrian rebel attacks prove that, even though the opposition to President Bashar al-Assad is still the underdog in the conflict, it's growing in strength.
Business: The effect of the Supreme Court's ruling was seen in movements of stocks yesterday.
Sports: The complicated names of tennis players from around the world challenge broadcasters and officials. The two runners who finished in a tie in the 100 meters at the Olympic trials are "like sisters."
Science: Tomatoes lose taste because of a gene mutation bred into them to make them red. Scientists discover a surprising diet in a prehuman species.
Opinion: Paul Krugman writes that "ordinary Americans" were the winners in the Supreme Court's ruling. David Brooks comments that John Roberts' decision was a moment of "Burkean minimalism and self-control."
Movies: Steven Soderbergh's male stripper movie Magic Mike is a critics' pick.