Chicago Tribune: Dunkin' Donuts is launching gluten-free options nationwide, beating rivals Starbucks and McDonald's to the punch.
CNN: A U.S. study of in utero exposure to air pollutants, the first of its kind, shows increased risk of children later developing autism.
Reuters: Fashion design duo Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana were on Wednesday handed a suspended prison sentence of one year.
NationalGeographic: An experimental cheetah-cub robot, currently covering new ground for scientists learning how to make four-legged robots move more efficiently.
AP: Starbucks will start posting calorie counts on menu boards nationwide next week.
Los Angeles Times: President Obama suggested he may not renominate Ben Bernanke for a third term as Federal Reserve Chairman.
USA Today: A new deal has DreamWorks Animation committed to creating 300 hours of new programming for first run on Netflix.
AP: Food companies are responding to increasing disdain at overly-processed looking foods by making food look more imperfect.
CBSnews: As boomers age, more families are moving in together.
BBC: Apple is the latest tech firm to publish details of data requests from the US authorities.
WIRED: After six long years, iPhone users can download Microsoft Office Mobile provided they have a Microsoft Office 365 subscription.
Reuters: Urging repeal of sweeping federal spending cuts, the International Monetary Fund projected weak economic growth in the U.S.
BBC: The newest aircraft from European planemaker Airbus has successfully completed its maiden test flight.