AP: Teaming with other Silicon Valley leaders, Mark Zuckerberg launches organization focusing on education, immigration reform.
CBS: A pair of bipartisan senators announced an agreement on a bill to expand background checks for gun sales.
BBC: One of the world's most visited museums, the Louvre did not open on Wednesday because of a protest by staff over pickpocket.
CNN.com: The S&P 500 finally topped its 2007 trading record high, rising to 1,585.65, and gained 1%.
CBSnews.com: North Korea is urging all foreign companies and tourists in South Korea to evacuate because it says the rival Koreas are on the eve of a nuclear war.
AP: Bill Clinton is now on Twitter, albeit without a very presidential name.
Bloomberg: Job openings in the U.S. rose to the highest level in February since May 2008.
ABC News: Virgin America performed best of the 14 largest U.S. airlines, while United Airlines was worst.
CBSnews.com: On the subject of her mother's potential presidential bid, Chelsea Clinton, the former first daughter, says she just wants her mother to make the 'right choice for herself.'
CNN.com: Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, a towering figure in postwar British and world politics and the only woman to become British prime minister, has died at the age of 87.
Slash Gear: Microsoft says two years ago they had the same idea as Facebook Home, the company's new home screen app launcher.
Atlantic.com: President Obama's biggest gaffe yesterday when speaking of California Attorney General Kamala Harris involved introducing an observation from the system of beauty into a forum that was about the system of power.
Reuters: A federal judge ordered the Food and Drug Administration to make emergency contraception pills available without a prescription to all girls of reproductive age.