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: A pediatrician who treats poor families in Georgia is testing a theory that has some interested: giving students stimulants like Adderall not to cure A.D.H.D., but to make them perform better in school. As Romney rides his debate high, he intends to make moves in Ohio.
World: Idols SA, the South African version of American Idol, crowned the first black winner in its eight seasons when Khaya Mthethwa won last week, inspiring "a fit of soul-searching ensued about just how far the rainbow nation has come in burying its racial divisions."
U.S.: The Supreme Court will hear the case of Abigail Fisher, a white girl who graduated from Louisiana State University, who claims that "her race was held against her" when she was denied admission to the University of Texas at Austin.
New York: Kerry Kennedy, the ex-wife of Andrew Cuomo who was arrested in July "on a charge of driving with ability impaired by drugs," talks life as a member of her famous family and her controversies.