The New Pope, Wrongful Conviction, and the Hottest Gallery

A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.

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Behind the New York Times pay wall, 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 election of Francis "shifted the gravity of the Roman Catholic Church from Europe to Latin America in one fell swoop, and served as an emphatic salute to the growing power of Latinos across the Americas." 

World: It's unclear whether Pope Francis, who has avoided the Curia, "will display the mettle to tackle the organizational dysfunction and corruption that plagued the eight-year papacy of Pope Benedict XVI."

U.S.: Colorado is just one state dealing with the wrongfully accused and "what it owes" to them in "a civic soul-searching that Louisiana, Texas, Illinois and other states are also confronting."

New York: Anger in a Brooklyn neighborhood over the shooting of an armed teenager, wherein the findings from the autopsy "appeared likely to heighten the tensions of a community already distrustful of the police and increasingly incensed about the shooting of the teenager."

Media & Advertising: With Time Inc. spinning off from Time Warner "several current and former Time Inc. employees spoke about the unease at the magazines."

Sports: Once Mariano Rivera retires, so will the number 42; he is the last to carry it since the number was permanently preserved for Jackie Robinson in 1997.

Opinion: Sheila Miyoshi Jager on North Korea.

Art & Design: Michael Kimmelman calls the exhibit "Henri Labrouste: Structure Brought to Light," at MoMA "gorgeous." 

Fashion & Style: The Hole is filling the role that Deitch Projects once held as "art streetwise gallery, part art-scene romper room."

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