The Atlantic: The former exchange student was convicted of the 2007 murder of her former roommate, overturning the 2011 acquittal.
Washington Post: Rep. Henry A. Waxman has decided to retire at the end of the congressional session.
Bloomberg Businessweek: An experimental therapy has helped more than 80 percent of children with peanut allergies safely consume a handful of peanuts.
TIME: Two Norwegian politicians say Edward Snowden made the world a safer place.
BBC: Scientists in Japan discovered stem cells can quickly be made by dipping blood cells in acid.
BBC: President Barack Obama will unveil an executive order to raise the minimum wage during his annual State of the Union address.
LA Times: Google plans to release Glass to the general public near the end of 2014.
USA Today: GOP Rep. Trey Radel of Florida will resign from Congress.
The Atlantic: A survey reported only 45 percent of Americans identified March 31 as purchase deadline for health insurance.
NYT: A study reports that as children age they spend more time with screens, but less time with educational activities.
CNET: The first Macintosh computer debuted on January 24, 1984.
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.