From the Wires

Rolling Stone blasted for Tsarnaev cover

Reuters: Rolling Stone magazine draws criticism for putting glamorous shot of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on its cover.

J.K. Rowling revealed as crime novel author

USA Today: J.K. Rowling wrote "The Cuckoo's Calling" under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, who was purportedly an ex-military man.

Jennifer Garner is new face of Max Mara

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.

McDonalds goes to Vietnam

BBC:  The US burger giant said it would open its first outlet there next year.

New Twinkies have fewer calories

USA Today: Twinkies are back, but at a lower weight and calorie count.

How 'Glee' will continue without star

Foxnews: Cory Monteith the actor was found dead in a Vancouver hotel on Saturday.

Thousands protest Zimmerman verdict

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.

Facebook games stronger than ever

CNET: Facebook's games business is doing better than ever, despite dissolving a relationship with Zynga.

Snowden seeks asylum in Russia

USAToday: NSA leaker wants to stay temporarily in Russia until he can travel to Latin America.

Internet is destroying work The new economy is turning human labor into just another computer process -- and will keep wrecking jobs.

"Deep blue" planet is no Earth

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.

Study: men get 'wasted,' women are 'tipsy'

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.

9/11 prisoner asked to design vacuum cleaner

BBC: The alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, reportedly asked his CIA captors if he could design a vacuum cleaner.