THE KANSAS CITY STAR: The 2012 drought is taking its toll on beef prices.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Fiat Chrysler has recalled an additional 69,000 Jeeps for a faulty side air bags that inflate without a crash.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management gave approval to Shell to drill in the Arctic.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: A "smart" mirror aims to drive sales by suggesting to consumers a matching pair of pants to the shirt they're trying on.
BLOOMBERG: As a part of the company's environmental initiatives, Apple will work with the World Wildlife Fund to manage forests in China.
SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS: In hot housing markets, realtors are using FaceTime as an effective tool to show homes.
BLOOMBERG: Americans living abroad recently set the record for giving up citizenship.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Employers in America added 223,000 jobs in April.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Whole Foods plans on opening a new chain of stores geared toward younger shoppers.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Intel CEO Brian Krzanich gave a speech about the difficulties of diversifying the tech industry while unveiling new programs.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: A rig that Daimler Trucks is calling "Inspiration" the first self-driving semi-truck to hit the roads.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Comcast will hire thousands in an attempt to bolster customer service.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: U.S. airline companies are making billions from bag and reservation-change charges.