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.
USA Today: Twinkies are back, but at a lower weight and calorie count.
Foxnews: Cory Monteith the actor was found dead in a Vancouver hotel on Saturday.
Reuters: Thousands of demonstrators demanding "Justice for Trayvon" marched in major cities across the United States on Sunday to protest the acquittal of George Zimmerman.
CNET: Facebook's games business is doing better than ever, despite dissolving a relationship with Zynga.
USAToday: NSA leaker wants to stay temporarily in Russia until he can travel to Latin America.
Salon.com: The new economy is turning human labor into just another computer process -- and will keep wrecking jobs.
USA Today: Astronomers analyzing data from the Hubble telescope say a blue planet in a nearby solar system shares little else with Earth besides color.
CBSnews: Intoxicated men seem more likely to be described by others in exaggerated drunk terms, while people tend to downplay how intoxicated females actually are.
BBC: The alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, reportedly asked his CIA captors if he could design a vacuum cleaner.