WASHINGTON POST: Fewer people own their homes and the trend is expected to continue.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: A Republican California assemblyman was the only member of his party to vote in favor of a proposed budget because he was distracted by Facebook.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: In the face of dwindling demand, Gap has decided to close 175 stores and eliminate 250 jobs at its headquarters.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Despite its legal status, workers can be fired for using marijuana while off duty, the Colorado Supreme Court decided.
USA TODAY: Colt Defense announced Sunday it is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Whole Foods' foray into cheaper groceries will be called 365 by Whole Foods Markets.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Hackers may have accessed the personnel information of millions of former and current federal employees.
BLOOMBERG: Growth in the American economy was driven by Western states last year.
THE BEND BULLETIN: The U.S. Supreme Court's upcoming decision on the Affordable Care Act will not affect low-income Oregonians.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The Senate passed a plan to allow some people in rural communities to pump their own gas.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Residents from cities on the proposed route are wary of effect of the high-speed rail line.
USA TODAY: Millennials and Gen Xers express lack of confidence in being able to retire when the time comes.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The Oregon Senate voted to halt the Oregon Education Investment Board, an entity created by former Gov. John Kitzhaber.