Reuters: Perhaps the ultimate superhero buddy movie will be coming to theaters in the next few years.
New York Times: Detroit is the largest American city to file for bankruptcy, as well as the largest municipal filing in terms of debt.
CNET: The Rubbee on Kickstarter is a clever take on the concept of electric bike conversion kits.
AP: Two scientific teams have for the first time precisely recorded an extremely rare event in physics that adds certainty to how we think the universe began.
AP: Texas Gov. Rick Perry signed sweeping new abortion restrictions on Thursday that could shutter most of the clinics in Texas.
Salon.com: McDonalds got heat for telling its staff to have two jobs. But its financial planning advice is even more offensive.
USA Today: Doctors in London are testing a new knife that can detect cancer during surgery.
Wired: Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk says a "Hyperloop" network of pneumatic tubes could transport travelers between NYC and LA in 45 minutes.
CNET: The skull is a publicity stunt from Blinkbox, a streaming video company that is now showing the third season of the popular series.
Reuters: Rolling Stone magazine draws criticism for putting glamorous shot of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover.
USA Today: J.K. Rowling wrote "The Cuckoo's Calling" under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, who was purportedly an ex-military man.
Yahoo: The actress and mother-of-three has signed on to appear in the new ad campaign for Max Mara, marking the first time the iconic brand has ever used a celebrity spokesperson.
BBC: The US burger giant said it would open its first outlet there next year.