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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 friendship of two 91-year-old women is "knit tight by the game of baseball," the sport wherein their long dead husbands challenged racial barriers. Romney's plan to restore $716 billion to Medicare "has some health care experts puzzled."

World: Analysts say that in Japan "consensus is growing on the need to stand up to China as power in the region appears to slip further from economically fading Japan and the United States."

U.S.: look at the American casualties of the war in Afghanistan. 

New York: The bathhouse at Jacob Riis Park in the Rockways is a "a monument to Art Deco design" and, more recently, a "symbol of something else: public frustration." 

Media & Advertising: The success of "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen "shows how much the hitmaking machine, as well as the music industry itself, has been upended by social media."

Technology: Online dating sites are now organizing offline events

Sports: Tim Tebow's newly minted status as a New Yorker elicits an exploration of the chaste lifestyle in the city.

Opinion: Jeremiah Moss on the High Line, which "has become a tourist-clogged catwalk and a catalyst for some of the most rapid gentrification in the city’s history."

Television: Even without a pilot episode NBC has ordered 22 episodes of a show starring Michael J. Fox that will incorporate his Parkinson's disease. 

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