New York Times: President Obama recommitted to closing Guantánamo Bay prison after a mass hunger strike.
Reuters: Paul Allen, the lesser known co-founder of Microsoft Corp, has struggled for decades to make his mark as a business mogul beyond the software company he started with Bill Gates.
CBSnews: Those who attempt to summit the world's highest peak on Mount Everest prepare to battle nature, but, this weekend, three climbers say they faced a human foe.
SPACE.com: A spaceship designed for high-flying tourists made its first rocket-powered flight and broke the sound barrier in preparation to bring space travel into the commercial realm.
Sports Illustrated: NBA center Jason Collins is the first openly gay athlete in a major American team sport.
AP: Google is trying to upstage Siri, the sometimes droll assistant that answers questions and helps people manage their lives on Apple’s iPhone and iPad.
CBSnews.com: When the last pieces of its spire eventually rise to the roof, the 104-floor skyscraper that replaces the fallen twin towers will be just feet from becoming the highest in the Western Hemisphere.
BBC: The US Marshals Service said the 19-year-old had been moved from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center to a facility at Fort Devens, Massachusetts.
NBC.com: A bill to impose sales tax on Internet purchases took one step closer to being passed.
BBC: The 6th European Conference on Space Debris has concluded that Earth's space environment is on the verge of hazardous collisions from all the debris left over from human exploration and satellite launches.
CBSnews.com: U.S. intelligence has concluded that the Syrian government has twice used chemical weapons in its civil war.
FOX: A passenger on Southwest Airlines is suing the company after he was allegedly hassled on a flight because of his weight.
PC Mag: Apple CEO Tim Cook is auctioning off 30 minutes to an hour of his time, with the top bid currently at $180,000.