Reuters: Major U.S. retailers, including Gap Inc, declined to endorse an accord on Bangladesh building and fire safety backed by Europe's two biggest fashion chains.
CNN.com: Booming North American oil production is reshaping world markets and will help satisfy the growing thirst for oil in the developing world.
Queerty: Portland has become the go-to destination for same-sex couples around the world because of its gay-friendly surrogacy options.
Reuters: The first woman to co-anchor a U.S. evening news program plans to announce her retirement on "The View" on Monday.
Cbsnews.com: The United Nations says eating insects may combat global hunger and boost health worldwide by reducing malnutrition and even air pollution.
AP: The Internal Revenue Service is apologizing for inappropriately flagging conservative political groups for additional reviews during the 2012 election.
CNN.com: Author of "Tiger Babies Strike Back" argues against parents who demand perfection in school and extracurricular activities from their kids.
REUTERS: A scientific statement released by the American Heart Association links having a pet with lower rates of obesity, cholesterol and high blood pressure, and says it may help lower the risk of heart disease.
LA Times: The Tesla Model S received a 99 of 100 rating from Consumer Reports.
CBSnews.com: British physicist Stephen Hawking has dropped plans to attend a major international conference in Israel in June.
Reuters: The U.S. government charged eight individuals with stealing debit card data from two Middle Eastern banks in a scheme that prosecutors said netted $45 million in a matter of hours.
Boston Globe: Boston's Mayor said he will not allow the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev to be buried in the city.
CBSnews.com: A Southwest Airlines flight from Orlando to Providence made an unscheduled stop in South Carolina.