ABC News: McDonald's CEO Don Thompson responded to a 9-year-old girl who accused him of trying to "trick kids into eating food that isn't good for them."
Forbes: Arrested Development's comeback has elicited more angst than celebration inside the TV business.
New York Daily News: Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) is trying to introduce an amendment to the Senate farm bill removing protections granted in recent legislation to companies making generically-modified seeds, in particular Monsanto.
USA Today: Chevrolet's Spark electric vehicle will be available for lease at $199 per month.
Reuters: The company was welcomed by a government keen to bring jobs to what was then one of Europe's poorest countries.
AP: Women don't make comedian Jerry Lewis laugh.
Time: Humboldt State University professor Monica Stephens and a team of researchers combined Google Map's API with homophobic, racist and prejudiced tweets to create the "Geography of Hate" map.
Reuters: Hundreds of youths have set fire to cars and attacked police and rescue services in poor immigrant suburbs.
AP: Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes ticked up last month to the highest level in three and a half years, helped by a jump in the number of houses for sale.
Portland unemployment fell in April in step with the national average.
Salon.com: Teen activist Benjamin O’Keefe’s petition calling on Abercrombie & Fitch to stop discriminating against people above a size 10 quickly seems to have caught the attention of company CEO Mike Jeffries.
CBSnews.com: A monstrous tornado barreled through the Oklahoma City suburbs, demolishing an elementary school and reducing homes to piles of splintered wood.
The Washington Post: A Senate investigation has concluded that Apple was able to avoid paying taxes on tens of billions of offshore income with a web of entities that had no employees or offices.