The Atlantic: Nearly half of American jobs today could be automated in a few decades, but which half?
BBC: Vincent Asaro has been charged with stealing $5 million from the JFK airport in 1978.
BBC: Speeds of 1.4 terabits per second were achieved during a test in London.
The Atlantic: Nearly a quarter of American adults have not read a single book in the past year.
The Atlantic: President Obama has called on colleges to increase low-income student enrollment, but for elite schools, committing to financial-aid students will lead to budget cuts and decreased revenue.
BBC: Google is testing a "smart contact lens" that will measure glucose levels in tears.
The Atlantic: Two surveys report different average sleep times for Americans and the number of U.S. insomnia diagnoses is more than five million.
BBC: President Barack Obama will order the National Security Agency to stop collecting data from Americans' phones.
BBC: The California company will refund parents whose children made in-app purchases without consent.
The Atlantic: People with low incomes are 27% more likely to be hospitalized for hypoglycemia.
BBC: The U.S. National Security Agency could have used "secret technology" to transmit data from computers not connected to the Internet.
The Atlantic: Statistics show that low-income women often face economic challenges if they choose to stay single.
Reuters: U.S. consumer spending in December rose more than expected.