WSJ: Emilio Hoffman, a 14-year-old freshman, has been identified as the victim.
Businessweek: More than 30,000 European taxi and limo drivers believe the smartphone application threatens their livelihoods.
NYT: The social network hired eBay's PayPal president, David Marcus, to lead the expansion of its messaging products.
USA Today: The American Medical Association now considers cheerleading a sport because of its rigors and risks.
PBS: More than 1.7 million Americans are waiting for their Medicaid applications to be processed, some have been stuck waiting for almost eight months.
Reuters: The drugmakers purchased Idenix Pharmaceuticals Inc. for $3.85 billion to boost its hepatitis C drugs portfolio.
CNN: Young adults, age 18 to 34, feel the American Dream is unattainable, with 63% saying it's impossible.
BBC: Almost 2,000 veterans and world leaders gathered at Sword Beach in Normandy to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in France.
WSJ: General Motors Co. dismissed 15 employees after a "troubling" report revealed why it took the auto maker 11 years to recall defective cars.
BBC: Research suggests that air pollution is linked to an increased risk of developing an irregular heartbeat and blood clots in the lung.
Businessweek: Officially named "End-to-End," the Chrome Web browser extension will encrypt one's digital message which will remain encrypted until the intended recipient decodes it.
USA Today: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that food handlers cause about 70% of norovirus outbreaks related to contaminated food.
Reuters: Automakers reported higher-than-expected new car sales in the United States in May.