From the Wires

NASA to grow its own food in orbit for first time

Modern Farmer: NASA will begin producing its own food in orbit for the first time ever later this year.

Ceremonies mark September 11th anniversary

Reuters: A reading of the names of the nearly 3,000 people killed when hijacked jetliners crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field marked the 12th anniversary of the September 11 attacks in 2001.

Arctic winter ice volume hits new low

BBC: During March/April - the time of year when marine floes are at their thickest - the radar spacecraft recorded just under 15,000 cu km of ice.

Big insurers abandon health exchanges

CNN: When Americans start shopping on the state-based exchanges next month, a couple of big insurers will not be present.

Top one percent to receive record share of income

AP: The pay gap between the richest 1 percent and the rest of America widened to a record last year.

Internet giants renew efforts to reveal NSA spying

Reuters: Google and other big Internet players are asking courts to allow public discussion of their mandated cooperation with the U.S. spy agencies.

Ohio governor wants adults to work for food stamps

The Columbus Dispatch: Ohio's Gov. John Kasich will limit food stamps for 130,000 adults starting Jan. 1.

What to expect from Apple event

CNET: Apple's holding a special event tomorrow. Here's what to expect.

New van Gogh painting identified

BBC: A previously unknown landscape painting by Vincent van Gogh has been identified by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

USDA lets chickens be sent to China for processing, then back to U.S.

New York Times: The Department of Agriculture approved new rules that allow slaughtered chickens processed in China to be shipped to the U.S.

BBC payoffs cause alarm for New York Times

Reuters: The BBC's former director general Mark Thompson has accused the head of its governing body of misleading Britain's parliament about huge pay-offs to senior executives.

The steakhouse as economic indicator

Fortune: What the sizzle at some legendary chophouses says about the New York economy — and maybe the nation's, too.

Australian teen leaks new iPhone photos

Reuters: An Australian teenager who has built an online following by leaking pictures of upcoming Apple Inc products has the purported fingerprint scanner of the latest iPhone.