NationalGeographic: It sounds like science fiction, but as much as 10 million tons of diamonds may be stored in Saturn and Jupiter, researchers announced this week.
The Washington Post: A chainsaw sculptor from Mount Pleasant, S.C., Chris Cox bought a used lawn mower and a leaf blower and set to work trimming lawns around Washington D.C.'s monuments starting with the Lincoln Memorial.
Reuters: An insulin pill, long desired by diabetes doctors and patients, could be available by the end of this decade.
BBC: Samsung Electronics, the world's best-selling smartphone maker, has launched a handset with a curved display screen.
The Wall Street Journal: Federal Reserve Vice Chairwoman Janet Yellen will be President Obama's nominee as the new chair of the U.S. central bank.
FOX BUSINESS: Despite expansion in industrialized countries, growth in developing nations remains sluggish so he International Monetary Fund reduced its global output forecast on Tuesday.
AP: Yahoo’s free email service is becoming a bit more like Google’s Gmail as part of its second makeover in less than a year.
BBC: Two scientists have won the Nobel prize in physics for their work on the theory of the Higgs boson.
CNN: The Federal Reserve will begin circulating a new $100 bill Tuesday, with a number of security measures.
Reuters: Three U.S.-based scientists won the Nobel medicine prize on Monday for plotting how vital materials such as hormones and brain chemicals are transported within cells.
BBC: China tells US to resolve debt crisis on behalf of global economy.
NPR: Many online journals will publish bad research for a fee, a sting by Science discovered.
Reuters: Home refueling units, which tap into a house natural gas main and compress the fuel so it can fill a vehicle tank overnight, have been available for years.