AP: Dubai police force will add a nearly $250,000 Ferrari to an existing Lamborghini as the flagship of its fleet.
CBSnews.com: As FBI investigators search for new leads as to who was behind the deadly Boston Marathon bombings, it seems al Qaeda is equally perplexed.
CBS: Police and federal agents appealed to the public for amateur video and photos that could lead to clues about the Boston Marathon bombing.
BBCnews: The epicentre of the 7.8-magnitude quake was near the south-east city of Khash, close to the Pakistani border.
CNN.com: A national poll indicates that more than eight in ten Americans support an eventual pathway to citizenship for some undocumented workers.
Wall Street Journal: Foxconn is stepping up hiring for assembly-line workers in China, a sign that Apple is preparing for the next iPhone.
Forbes: Federal aviation officials ordered Boeing to inspect more than 1000 737s.
CNN: Gold fell 9% to its lowest level in over two years.
CNN.com: The number of Americans who say things are going well in the country has reached 50% for the first time in more than six years.
Reuters: An amateur video shows a massive tornado tearing through Mississippi.
AP: Google launched a tool to help users decide what happens to their email and other accounts after they die.
New York Times: Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Mazda are recalling 3.3 million vehicles due to excessively powerful passenger-side air bags.
TheAtlantic: People's Recreation Community is a tiny bookstore in Hong Kong's Causeway Bay known for selling the widest range of banned books available in greater China.