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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: Nevada has allowed commercial trapping of crayfish, a move that will improve the water of Lake Tahoe by removing this invasive species. It's getting better ("slightly"): the economy, that is. 

World: London worries about security, traffic and terrorism in the lead-up to the Olympics. Questions of identity arise in Israel in debate over service. 

U.S.: Jill Stein is the first Green Party candidate "to have qualified for federal matching funds" and wants to be included in nationally televised debates. 

N.Y./Region: A rare white bison, a creature that is sacred to American Indians, was born in Connecticut.

Media & Advertising: Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to role as movie star.

Business: Three former managers at Wet Seal stores filed suit against the company for racial discrimination. 

Technology: The Obama administration wants to extradite a 24-year-old college student from northern England who ran a Web site that provided links to pirated movies and TV shows. 

Science: New evidence from Oregon caves shows that "at least two cultures with distinct technologies — not a single one, as had been supposed — shared the continent more than 13,000 years ago."

Sports: Joe Paterno supporters feel betrayed and saddened by the Freeh report findings. 

Music: Brazilian music style forró is gaining popularity in New York

Opinion: Paul Krugman writes that "the 'we are V.I.P.' crowd has fully captured the modern Republican Party."

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