Lance Armstrong, The 'Steroid Era,' and Public Art

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Lance Armstrong, The 'Steroid Era,' and Public Art
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Lance Armstrong, The 'Steroid Era,' and Public Art

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.

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Top Stories: Lance Armstrong has stopped fighting against doping charges, but has not admitted wrong-doing. 

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World: With Bangladesh's status as "an export powerhouse" it has also seen an increase in "protests and violent clashes with the police"

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U.S.: A case of a man in Ohio who shot his wife as she was being treated in an intensive care unit  has prompted a discussion "in this town of 32,000 and the hamlets surrounding it over when life is no longer worth living and who has the right to decide." 

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New York: In Ilion, a town with strong connections to Remington, residents are worried about "a little-discussed element of the gun industry: economics." 

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Business: China is facing a mass of unsold goods, which is "is hampering China’s efforts to emerge from a sharp economic slowdown."

Technology: Facebook has mobile on the brain.   

Sports: It's becoming ever more obvious that baseball's "steroid era" is continuing.

Opinion: Paul Krugman on Paul Ryan and Atlas Shrugged. David Brooks on Ryan's "biggest mistake."

Television: Mike Hale evaluates The Newsroom at the end of its season, and speaks in its defense.

Art & Design: Ken Johnson on public art in New York. 

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