ASSOCIATED PRESS: More than 21 million had their information compromised in the latest breach of government systems.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Microsoft's immense struggles to get into the phone hardware business will result in a 7,800 job cuts.
REGISTER-GUARD: The effort to recall Rep. Val Hoyle has been dropped.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: A Texas woman has been awarded about $230,000 after Time Warner hit her with 153 robocalls despite complaints.
OREGONLIVE.COM: The FAA grounded all of United Airlines' flights this morning after a computer glitch.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: American drivers can expect extremely low gas prices later this year.
REGISTER-GUARD: Oregon State University announced Monday it has chosen an Arizona State University official to be the dean of the business school.
CNNMoney: Burt Shavitz, co-founder and namesake of natural personal care company, has passed away at 80.
NYTimes: Voters rejected a bailout linked to austerity on Sunday.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: An inquiry by the US government is investigating whether airlines worked together to gouge customers.
BLOOMBERG: Is it time for Puma to sell? At least one analyst thinks so.
REGISTER-GUARD: Scientists from Oregon State University are studying a mass of warm water off the West Coast for potential ties to climate change.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Federal court rules Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers.